Weird But True Animals

Weird But True Animals

By National Geographic Kids

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Grades 3 - 7n/an/an/an/a

The next in the best-selling Weird But True line features National Geographic Kids' two best topics--Weird But True and animals--together in an irresistable combination!

Get ready to ooh, ahh, and awww with wacky stats, tidbits, and trivia about the many ways animals can be incredibly WEIRD! Did you know that you can take a yoga class with goats? Or that there's a pig that loves to paint? Or that slugs have green blood? The wild world of animals just got a little bit weirder in this new edition, packed with 300 facts and photos to encourage curiosity and keep kids entertained, amazed, and laughing for hours!

Publisher: National Geographic Children's Books
ISBN-13: 9781426329814
ISBN-10: 1426329814
Published on 3/20/2018
Binding: Paperback
Number of pages: 208

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I got this book for a prize and I love it !💜

I got this book for a prize at summer reading 2018 and I am so glad I did. There are so many amazing facts in this book like that the smalleye pygmy shark can fit in your hand, and the slow loris produces venom on the inside of its elbows! I would recommend this book for people who like animals and weird, amazing facts.

I think it is good cause it tells us about true facts about things we might not know.And it gives us a lot of imformation about things and stuff like that.For example like a thing is about 10000 years old and it can be sold for at least 10000 dollars.

This book is amazing and I'm not just saying that because I like animals. This book gives you facts that you never would have imagined. It also expands your knowledge about the worlds wild life. I really think you should check this book out if you love animals and wild life.

I think it is good cause it tells us about true facts about things we might not know.

This book was ok I think that the second is better


Great book! It really lives by it's motto, "weird but true". And an animal version! Good book. NG never ceases to amaze me.

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