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Iguanas and other lizards.

Author: World Book, Inc.
Publisher: Chicago : World Book, Inc., ©2005.
Series: World Book's animals of the world.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Question and answer format explores the world of iguanas and other lizards, with an emphasis on iguanas.
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Genre/Form: Children's nonfiction
Literature
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: World Book, Inc.
ISBN: 0716612682 9780716612681 0716612615 9780716612612
OCLC Number: 55887565
Description: 64 pages : color illustrations, color map ; 24 cm
Contents: What is an Iguana? --
Where in the world do Iguanas and other lizards live? --
How do Iguanas get around? --
What's under all those scales? --
What's for dinner? --
Why might common Iguanas become "uncommon"? --
What type of Iguana lives in the sea? --
Can Marine Iguanas "shrink"? --
Why do Iguanas sunbathe? --
When does an Iguana get new skin? --
Why does an Iguana stick out its tongue? --
Why do some Iguanas puff up like balloons? --
Which are the smallest members of the Iiguana family? --
What's all that head-bobbing about? --
What are the dangers for lizards' eggs in a nest? --
What is the largest living lizard? --
What lizard has its own National Park? --
What color is a Chameleon? --
What Chameleon looks like a Triceratops? --
What lizard is often mistaken for a snake? --
What trick can Glass Lizards do with their tails? --
How do Geckos walk on the ceiling? --
Which species of lizards have only female offspring? --
Why are some lizards mistaken for toads? --
Are lizards poisonous? --
In what other ways do lizards defend themselves? --
What lizard looks like it's wearing a ruffled collar? --
Are lizards in danger?
Series Title: World Book's animals of the world.
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Question and answer format explores the world of iguanas and other lizards, with an emphasis on iguanas.

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