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Animals and their prey

Author: Tracey West; British Broadcasting Corporation.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Get up close with some of the earth's wildest and most deadly predators. Planet Earth takes you to never-before-seen places to glimpse some of the world's most dangerous -- and unusual -- creatures. Get ready for a wild ride with Planet Earth"--Back cover.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tracey West; British Broadcasting Corporation.
ISBN: 9780545080804 0545080800
OCLC Number: 192081895
Notes: "BBC"--Page 4 of cover.
Description: 47 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Kill or be killed --
Where on earth? --
Puma --
Grizzly bear --
Ethiopian wolf --
Snow leopard --
Goliath bird-eating Tarantula --
Jaguar --
Harpy eagle --
Army ants --
Shortfin Mako shark --
Box jellyfish --
Deep-sea anglerfish --
Sperm whale --
Wolverine --
Siberian tiger --
Amur leopard --
Mexican free-tailed bat --
Texas blind cave salamander --
Green tree frog --
Cave glowworms --
Polar bear --
Killer whale --
Leopard seal --
Arctic fox --
Great horned owl --
Peringuey's sidewinding adder --
Fennec fox --
California sea lion --
Red lionfish --
Sea Krait --
Blue shark --
Lion --
Spotted hyena --
Tibetan fox --
Arctic wolf --
Nile crocodile --
Red-bellied piranha --
Japanese giant salamander --
Green Anaconda.
Other Titles: Planet earth
Planet Earth (Television program : 2006)
Responsibility: by Tracey West.

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Based on the Discovery Channel series "Planet Earth," this title brings readers up close and personal with some of the deadliest and most dangerous predators on the planet. full color.  Read more...

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