Southwater, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
Compare the survival strategies of insects, reptiles, birds, mammals and sharks, and contrast animals types that lay thousands of eggs with species that deliver and rear only one or two young at a time.
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How Life Continues
The Birth of a Butterfly
Nesting Birds of Prey
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