Arctic & Antarctic

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Knopf, 1995 - Animal behavior - 63 pages
Enter the faraway world of the Earth's frozen poles and learn about amazing
human and animal life that thrives at subzero temperatures--from a
4,000-year-old Eskimo tribe to king penguins, who dive deep into frigid seas
filled with icebergs the size of Massachusetts.

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This book is an encyclopedia style book about the Arctic and Antarctic. This would make an good resource for a student first research type project. This company has more than fifty other books in ... Read full review

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This book gives people information about life in the Arctic and the Antarctic. It fills you in on things from the animals in the water of the Arctic to animals that roam around freely. The book even ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
13
Section 3
33
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Barbara Taylor is Reader in History at the University of East London, UK, and author of "Eve and the New Jerusalem" (1983) and "Mary Wollstonecraft and the Feminist Imagination" (2003). She was Director of the 'Feminism and Enlightenment' research project (1998-2001). Sarah Knott is Assistant Professor in History at Indiana University, USA, and at work on a history of sensibility in revolutionary America. She was research fellow on the 'Feminism and Enlightenment' project.

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