Animals and Their Young

Animals and Their Young

How Animals Produce and Care for Their Babies

Book - 2003
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Grand Central Pub
A polar bear mother gives birth while hibernating, then goes back to sleep for another two months. A male seahorse carries a female's eggs in a pouch until they are ready to hatch. Whether by giving birth, protecting their young or teaching them survival skills, animals produce and care for their babies in some extraordinary ways. Containing lots of interesting facts, activities and easy-to-do experiments, this title in the Animal Behavior series takes a resourceful approach to exploring animal life.

Univ of Toronto Pr
In this book in the Animal Behavior series, discover how animals produce and care for their babies.

Baker & Taylor
Pictures and text depict the life cycles of various animals, and include the experiences of the young, parental behavior, and family life.

& Taylor

Examines how different animals in the wild go about nurturing and protecting their young through their unique survival and breeding capabilities, such as the polar bear in hibernation and the male seahorse who carries the femaleÆs eggs in a pouch until they are ready to hatch. Simultaneous.

Publisher: Toronto : Kids Can Press, c2003
ISBN: 9781553370628
Characteristics: 40 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Stephens, Pat


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