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Unusual creatures : a mostly accurate account of some of the Earth's strangest animals / by Michael Hearst ; Artwork, Diagrams, and Other Visuals by Arjen Noordeman, Christie Wright, and Jelmer Noordeman.

Hearst, Michael, 1972- (author.). Noordeman, Arjen, (illustrator.).

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Location Call Number Barcode Shelving Location Holdable? Status Due Date
Homer Public Library J 590 HEA 000151261 Children's Library -- Nonfiction Place on copy / volume Checked out 09/22/2021

Record details

  • ISBN: 1452136459
  • ISBN: 9781452136455
  • Physical Description: 109 pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm
  • Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 2014.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Axolotl -- Aye-Aye -- Bar-headed goose -- Barking spider -- Bee hummingbird -- Bilby -- Blobfish -- Blue-footed booby -- Cantor's giant soft-shelled turtle -- Chinese giant salamander -- Dugong -- Echidna -- Elephant shrew -- Flying snake -- Giant anteater -- Giant gippsland earthworm -- Giraffe-necked weevil -- Glass frog -- Great hornbill -- Guineafowl pufferfish -- Hagfish -- Hammer-headed bat -- Honey badger -- Horned puffin -- Humpback anglerfish -- Jesus Christ lizard -- Komodo dragon -- Leafy sea dragon -- Long-eared jerboa -- Magnapinna squid -- Mimic octopus -- Narwhal -- Olm -- Pea frog -- Pink fairy armadillo -- Platypus -- Pygmy marmoset -- Saddleback caterpillar -- Sea pig -- Slow loris -- Solenodon -- Star-nosed mole -- Tapir -- Tardigrade -- Texas horned lizard -- Three-toed sloth -- Tiburonia granrojo -- Weddell seal -- Wombat -- Yeti crab.
Summary, etc.:
"This book introduces the reader to a wealth of extraordinary life forms. From the top of Mt. Everest to 10,000 feet under the sea, fascinating animals are everywhere. A basilisk that can run on water, an octopus that can mimic other animals, a fish that defends itself with slime and ties itself in a knot to wipe the slime away ... plus dozens more!" -- (Source of summary not specified).
Subject: Animals > Miscellanea > Juvenile literature.
Animals.
Genre: Juvenile works.
Trivia and miscellanea.