Animal Disguises

Animal Disguises

Book - 2004
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Explains how animals use camouflage to help them hunt for food or hide from predators.

McMillan Palgrave

Animal Disguises is about the secret world of animal camouflage. Learn how some animals use disguises to catch their prey while others use camouflage to avoid being eaten. Read about dangerous predators, such as the Bengal tiger, that use camouflage to creep up on their unsuspecting supper. Discover the great lengths to which some prey animals will go to avoid being attacked, even changing their true shape, color, or nature in order to protect themselves. Look at the American fainting goat, which feigns death, or the harmless milk snake, which looks like the poisonous coral snake.

Publisher: Boston : Kingfisher, c2004
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780753457726
Branch Call Number: J 591.47 WEB
591.47 WEB
Characteristics: 47 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm


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