Alligators: Beneath the Blackwater

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NorthWord Press, 1996 - Nature - 127 pages
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NorthWord's Wildlife Series are animal specific, natural history books that are informative and entertaining.

Each book:

-- Contains engaging texts by leading wildlife authors and experts.

-- Includes life cycle and natural history information, as well as observations and stories from field research.

-- Showcases animals in their habitats with stunning color photography.

Alligators takes children up close to these modern-day dinosaurs and provides a comprehensive look at every aspect of the American alligator's life, history and habitat.

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Sleeper's career as a science writer has spanned more than twenty years, during which she has traveled the world to study rain forest prinates, explore wildlife preserves, and learn first hand about conservation issues.

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