What on Earth is a Chuckwalla

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Blackbirch Press, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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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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About the author (1994)

Ewdard R. Ricciuti graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a bachelor's degree in communication arts and went on for his master's degree at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He was appointed a Sloan-Rockefeller Advanced Science Writing Fellow at Columbia. Ricciuti is also a former U.S. Marine reservist. His writing has included various topics related to his many interests. A few examples: The Natural History of North America, Rocks and Minerals, The Yakama, How to Box, The War in Yugoslavia, The Snake Almanac, Amphibians, Killer Animals, Killers of the Seas, and Science 101: Forensics.

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