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How Do Insects Protect Themselves?

By: Megan Kopp(Author)
24 pages, colour illustrations
How Do Insects Protect Themselves?
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  • How Do Insects Protect Themselves? ISBN: 9780778719755 Paperback Apr 2015 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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From blending into their surroundings to biting and releasing stinky smells, this informative book introduces young readers to the different ways insects protect and defend themselves from predators. The interesting ways in which insects sense danger are also explored.

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By: Megan Kopp(Author)
24 pages, colour illustrations
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