Tundra Food Chains
Ages 5 to 9 years. The tundra is one of the most extreme habitats on Earth, and yet hundreds of species of plants and animals thrive there. In this book, fascinating photographs and clear text teach children about: how plants and animals' bodies have adapted to survive; the many ways animals find food in this bare habitat; why some tundra animals migrate.
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