ANIMAL ENCYCLOPEDIA: Jungle Animals Edition
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This is the animal encyclopedia that you would love your child to have. It provides a list of jungle animals, complete with their pictures and short descriptions. Think of this book as a child-friendly and safer way for a child to interact with the wild animals of the jungle. So go ahead and grab a copy of this book today!

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Date de parution 20 décembre 2015
Nombre de lectures 0
EAN13 9781682809273
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 10 Mo

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ANIMAL ENCYCLOPEDIA: Jungle Animals Edition




Speedy Publishing LLC
40 E. Main St. #1156
Newark, DE 19711
www.speedypublishing.com
Copyright 2015
All Rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or used in any way or form or by any means whether electronic or mechanical, this means that you cannot record or photocopy any material ideas or tips that are provided in this book



A jungle is land covered with dense vegetation dominated by trees.



The word jungle originates from the Sanskrit word jangala, meaning uncultivated land.



Jungles are mostly in warm places that have lots of rain, all the better for those plants to grow.




TIGER




Tigers are the largest wild cats in the world. Its most recognisable feature is a pattern of dark vertical stripes on reddish- orange fur with a lighter underside.






Tigers are good swimmers and can swim up to 6 kilometres. Every tiger in the world is unique - no two tigers have the same pattern of stripes.




Jaguars are the biggest cats in the Americas. Their jaws are stronger than any other species of cat. They live in the wild for 11-15 years.




Jaguar






Jaguars love to swim in lakes and rivers. Jaguars will dip their tails into the water to lure fish, much like a fishing line.




Tapir




Tapirs are related to horses and rhinos. Tapirs weigh between 500 and 700 pounds. They can live 30 years or more.






Tapirs can spend few minutes under the water. They use their snout as a snorkel.




Capybara




The capybara is the largest of all living rodents. Capybaras are physically well-adapted to a semi-aquatic lifestyle.




Capybaras are able to sleep underwater. They keep just their noses above water so they can breathe.

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