African Animals Dot-to-Dot
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., Oct 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
Connect the dots and take a walk on the wild side with these fascinating African creatures, ranging from Aardvark to Zebra--beasts both familiar and unusual. Discover a mama baboon carrying her baby on her belly and her back, swift cheetahs running 70 miles per hour, and high-flying martial eagles soaring over the savanna. Each illustration comes with information on the type of animal, its Swahili and scientific names, and lots more fun facts.
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12 inches aardvark African buffalo AFRICAN WILD DOG areas baboon bark bongo bonobo BUSH BABY Cape buffalo capensis captivity cheetah civet and mongoose Crocuta Dense forest dik-dik Dry savanna DWARF MONGOOSE eat insects eggs eland elephant shrew forest savannas forest to open genet GIRAFFE grasslands habitats HEDGEHOG hippo Hippopotamus Honey badger honeyguide hunt hyena hyrax inches 76 cm JACKAL Kifaru largest living land leopard lion live 15 live for 20 live in packs lizards Mammal MARTIAL EAGLE measures miles mountain gorilla Nile crocodile Nocturnal animals nocturnal mammal open plains pangolin plains A type plains Also called plant eater Porcupine Primate Rain forests ratel reptiles rhino rodents Savanna and woodland SCIENTIFIC NAME scream serval shoulder sitatunga species spend spring hare sq km stands 22 stands 30 inches subdesert SWAHILI NAME tail tall and weighs Thomson's gazelle TYPE OF ANIMAL type of antelope vervet monkey weighs 65 wildebeests zebra