101 Facts about Iguanas

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Gareth Stevens Pub., 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Kids love pets, but how can they learn which one to choose and how to care for it properly? The books in the 101 Facts about Pets series provide basic information about the animals, but also present intriguing facts about their history, sensory development, temperaments, and care. What age should your pet be when you buy it? What should you feed it? How do you keep it looking nice and feeling healthy? Delightful photos complement short, informative text blocks. Readers will enjoy this fast-paced, bulleted style of learning about breeds, baby animals, training, equipment, and care.

Mom might not be wild about having an iguana in the house, but kids like these exotic lizards. Learn where the word "iguana" came from, how many eggs are in a clutch, and how iguanas break their tails to escape predators. Raise a healthier pet by learning about cages, sunlamps, how to choose a healthy baby iguana, and more.

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