What on Earth is a Chuckwalla
Each volume fully explores the lifestyles and habitats of animals that few people even know exist. Simple, concise text covers the animal's classification, its unique characteristics, its methods of survival, what the animal eats and who eats it, reproduction and care of the young, conservation issues, and the relationship of the animal to humans. Each book's large size and stunning, full-color photographs bring these remarkable subjects to life. A glossary, further reading list, map, and index make "What on Earth?" books as educational as they are fun!
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ADULT animals Arizona attract females BALANCE OF NATURE bellies bite bluff bob its head body boulders BRIGHTER burrow centimeters chamber chuckwalla country chuckwalla is Sauromalus CHUCKWALLA IS WEDGED cold color crawl creatures cross bands DELICATE BALANCE desert digging DINOSAUR DOTS SPRINKLED Earth EASILY DISTURBED eats ENEMIES especially extinct family of lizards feed female is ready fertilization fierce fill flattened flowers folds of skin food plants FRUITS giant chuckwallas gray ground grow Gulf of California habitat HATCH hawks heat Heavy folds HUMANS MUST TAKE Iguanids that live islands keep lay her eggs look loose lungs MALE CHUCKWALLAS mate mouth Native neck North America ONCE A CHUCKWALLA organism Predators rats reptiles roadrunners rock crevice rough Sauromalus obesus SCALY scientific name scientists sex cell shoulders skin droop slowly snakes sperm STAKE surroundings survive tail teeth temperature territory thick throat underground western yellow YOUNG CHUCKWALLAS