101 Facts about Snakes
Which predator can smell its prey from twenty miles away? What separates the lion from all the other cats? How does an eagle soar without flapping its wings? 101 Facts About Predators answers all these questions and more about slinking, swimming, swooping, and pouncing predators. Best of all, these books are packed with amazing photos of wild creatures that must kill to survive. Find out how snakes twist, glide, slither, or wriggle through their habitats. In 101 Facts About Snakes, you'll also learn how snakes can swallow large animals.
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