At the Poles
* lavish illustrations show each animal, its tracks, home, and environment
* simple text includes interesting facts about how each animal lives
* gives children all the clues they need to track their favorite animals in North America and around the world.
* Polar Bear
* Arctic Wolf
* Elephant Seal
* Leopard Seal
* Snowy Owl
* Right Whale
* Musk Oxand more
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adult alpha male amounts of oxygen animals Antarctic Antarctica Arctic Circle back limbs Barnacles bear's birds body breed callosities catch chicks claws cold Arctic COMMON SEAL crabeater seals cubs DIET dive DIVER dorsal fin eat plants emperor penguins fat keeps feathers feet female fish flippers food is scarce FOOD SMELLS footpads gives birth hatch hollow laver lay her eggs leopard seal lift their head live in groups male elephant seal male ruff mating ritual MEAL means they eat means they hunt meat meters migrate Moulting musk ox Musk oxen live nest North Pole nose pack pads paws plankton plumage polar bears polar regions pounds 360 kilograms prey red-throated loon Right whales ringed seal rocky seal's shellfish skin snarl snow Snowy owls South Pole southern seas spring squid strong swim tail teeth Thick fur trumpet tundra warm weigh over 800 wings winter Wolverines wolves Yellow-eyed penguins