Extreme Habitats: Mountain Survival
Enter an exciting world of extremes. The Extreme Habitats series focuses on four of Earth's most challenging environments. Readers can explore some of the most fascinating habitats on the planet. Did you know that some mountains explode? Some mountains are formed by volcanoes that can erupt at any time. How would you stay alive on the highest mountains? Mountain Survival explains how to stay out of trouble in this extreme habitat.
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Extreme Habitats: Mountain Survival: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition
Limited preview - 2008
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