Gorillas

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Steck-Vaughn, 1998 - History - 64 pages
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Awe-inspiring creatures of land and sea are as fascinating in fact as in folklore. These titles offer both views, combining a thorough nonfiction resource with riveting reading. Topics include life span, classification, the food chain, social organization, communication, and seasonal activities.

Habitat destruction, hunting, poaching, and fighting in Rwanda have taken a serious toll on gorilla populations. Readers can find out how to help.

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Contents

Food
35
Competition
41
Folklore
47

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About the author (1998)

Karen Dudley worked in field biology, paleo-environmental studies, and production art before turning to mystery writing. Born in France, she now lives in Winnipeg.