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Exploring Nature: Big Cats Examine the Fearsome Feline World of Lions, Tigers, Cheetahs and Leopards, in More Than 190 Pictures

By: Rhonda Klevansky(Author)
64 pages, 190+ colour & b/w photos, colour illustrations and colour distribution maps
Publisher: Armadillo Books
Exploring Nature: Big Cats
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Exploring Nature: Big Cats examines the fearsome feline world of lions, tigers, cheetahs and leopards, in more than 190 pictures. It is an exciting, authoritative insight into every aspect of lion, leopard, tiger, puma, jaguar and cheetah life. The power and majesty of big cats is captured in more than 190 stunning wildlife photographs and illustrations. Detailed cross-sections and diagrams reveal the complex inner workings of a cat's body. Focus features zoom in on specific aspects of these magnificent mammals – from cheetahs on the run, to the interaction of a pride of lions with its cubs. Teeth and claws, hunting and feeding, birth and life cycles, habitats and conservation, legends and myths and much, much more – Exploring Nature: Big Cats has everything that an 8- to 12-year-old will want to know.

Few creatures are held in such awe as the big cats. They are admired for their strength, grace and agility. They are feared as predators, with razor-sharp teeth and claws. This fascinating and comprehensive guide offers a detailed view of the life and survival of the big cats. You can find out about their super senses, how they stalk and kill their prey, and what a twitching tail or a mighty roar really mean. With its spectacular wildlife photographs and insights into how big cats behave, Exploring Nature: Big Cats is like going on a global safari with an expert naturalist.



Age Level: Junior scientist

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By: Rhonda Klevansky(Author)
64 pages, 190+ colour & b/w photos, colour illustrations and colour distribution maps
Publisher: Armadillo Books
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