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¿Qué son los peces? (What Are Fish?)

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Written in spanish, many animals live in water, but only some can be defined as fish. Twenty-eight thousand species of fish exist, each with different characteristics. Readers from grades one through four will learn that fish have a distinct impact on their ecosystem and will see how fish survive when well-adapted to an uncompromised environment. Beautiful photographs demonstrate the great diversity of fish and accompany intellectually stimulating explanations of their varying roles and traits. From page to page, what a fish is unfolds in vocabulary call-outs, insightful questions, and relatable compare-and-contrast examples.

Series: Conozcamos las especies marinas (Let's Find Out! Marine Life)

Interest Level: Grades 1-4

Guided Reading Level: O

ISBN: 9781508104933 (E-book)

Copyright: ©2017

Pages: 32

 


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