From hermit crabs that make a home out of anything they can find to tiny termites that build tall towers, animals of all kinds are architects! In this engaging nonfiction reader, elementary children will learn about these amazing animal architects and the things they build for habitation and camouflage through vivid images, stimulating facts, informational text, a helpful glossary, and a reference list of useful websites.
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__ The Colosseum animals build homes architect Arctic tundra areas Baby gorillas beaver packs mud beavers build beehive bees birds blends build their homes builders built burrows camouﬂage chambered nautilus create earthworms Eiffel Tower ﬁelds ﬁlled ﬁnd a nest ﬁrst ﬁsh ﬂow ﬂowers ﬂuid funnel weavers gorillas build Groundhogs hermit crabs hives honey Humans build inside Inuit Kalahari desert kind of silk Korowai live underground lodge Marine Census Molehill Moles mounds nautilus's nests in trees ocean octopus orb weavers Papua pipeﬁsh plants pollen Prairie dogs predators prey is caught pulling queen scientists seahorses sheet weavers shell for protection shell is dark shell offers shelter skyscrapers sleep snail shell special chambers species spider silk spin different kinds spin webs spinnerets Sticklebacks store food tall termites build nests thread Timothy tree house tunnels twigs Walking stick bugs Wall of China weavers spin Willis Tower yeti crab