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Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? Questions and Answers About Animals

Series: Science FAQs
By: Thomas Canavan(Author)
Why Do Zebras Have Stripes?
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Do animals have belly-buttons? Can birds sleep in mid-air? Which animal has the longest teeth? Find out the answers to these questions and lots of other incredible facts about animals. Bitesize chunks of information mean this book is full of stuff you've never even thought of on everything that is unique or impressive about the world we live in.

Science FAQs is a series of 6 books that answer questions on everything from black holes plant-eating insects in a fun and engaging way.

Contents

- Going for the record
- What you see is what you get
- All at sea?
- Come to your senses
- Jurrasic park life
- Creepy crawlies
- Yackety-yak
- Baby beasties
- What's for dinner?
- Up and away
- Fact or fiction?
- Just like us?
- It's round-up time

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Series: Science FAQs
By: Thomas Canavan(Author)
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