Animals and Me

Animals and Me

Book - 2010
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Compares the functions of various parts of the human body with those of familiar animals, from the size of the human brain and the strength of human eyesight to our ability to communicate.
Publisher: New York : DK Pub., c2010
ISBN: 9780756668860
Branch Call Number: Ju 612 GRE


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StratfordLibrary May 02, 2012

People are different from animals in some ways … and in other ways, we are like animals. For example, we have teeth, and so do dolphins, elephants and many other animals. People can learn to swim, and many other creatures can also swirm, such as fish, seahorses, turtles, ducks, dolphins and dogs. Animals need sleep, too – just we do. Discover many more amazing similarities - and differences - in this neat book!


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StratfordLibrary thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 6 and 11


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