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How and Why do Animals Communicate?

By: Bobbie Kalman(Author)
24 pages, colour photos
How and Why do Animals Communicate?
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  • How and Why do Animals Communicate? ISBN: 9780778714705 Paperback Jun 2015 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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This entertaining book shows how animals communicate to share information, attract mates, or scare away enemies. They sing, growl, howl, spray smelly scents, and make their body parts bigger. Students will have fun learning about these communication skills and be asked to compare their communication methods with those of animals.

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By: Bobbie Kalman(Author)
24 pages, colour photos
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