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How Do Animals Hunt and Feed?


Readers will learn all about how different animal groups forage for food, creating various food chains that allow diverse creatures to thrive. From very good eyesight or hearing to sharp claws and steel-trap jaws, carnivores are made to hunt. Herbivores, meanwhile, have special teeth and even extra stomachs to help them feed on plant life. Each animal is built in a way that best helps it find and eat the food it needs to live.

Series:  Let's Find Out! Animals Series

Interest Level: Grades 1-4

Guided Reading Level: I

Lexile Level: 750

ISBN: 9781680480191 (E-book)

Copyright: ©2016

Pages: 32

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