Wildlife and Plants., Volume 16
Marshall Cavendish, 2007 - Animals - 59 pages
The articles in each of the 20 volumes of this encyclopedia are arranged in alphabetical order. Each page has a colored band at the top to show which type of article it is. The articles may be about a mammal; a bird; a reptile or amphibian; a fish; an invertebrate; a plant; another type of organism, such as a bacterium, protist, or fungus; or a biome or habitat.
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