Mimicry and Relationships
Animal Attack and Defense presents the most bizarre, daring, and extraordinary animal behaviors as they attack prey and defend themselves against predators. Read about how animals use mimicry to confuse predators. See how different animals use different types of mimicry. Learn about how animals use relationships to protect themselves from predators. Special Features Amazing photos show the attack or defense feature of each animal. "Vital statistics" boxes provide key information about the animals, including where they live, what they eat, and their main predators. "Double defense" case studies focus on animals with two or more defenses against predators. Book jacket.
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