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By Alexandra Wright

ISBN-10: 0881064890

ISBN-13: 9780881064896

ISBN-10: 159019568X

ISBN-13: 9781590195680

****MARION--PLEASE DELETE COPY****The Galapagos tortoise can reside to be 2 hundred years outdated if not anything harms it, but it really is an endangered species. This publication introduces little ones to the interesting lives and demanding situations of endangered species from the original standpoint of an 11-year-old writer. 30 reasonable colour illustrations improve the attractive textual content.

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We still have time to save these endangered animals. Grizzly Bear Ursus horribilis Mountain Lion Felis concolor Bald Eagle Haliaeetus leucocephalus Manatee Trichechus manatus Mountain Lion Felis concolor Whooping Crane We can save them because, like the whooping Grus americana crane, they are beautiful. We can save them because, like the grizzly bear, there are an important part of our heritage. We can save them for the most important reason of all — they are all part of the amazing Galapagos Tortoise balance of nature that makes life so wonderful.

If Blue Whale Balaenoptera musculus we all care, we can make our world a place where people and animals can live together in harmony.

Some crocodiles are endangered because they are killed for their valuable skins and because they are dangerous neighbors. A crocodile lying in the sun to get warm can surprise you. Watch out! If disturbed, it can run as fast as a race horse for a short distance. Blue Whale Balaenoptera musculus Grizzly Bear Ursus horribilis Will we miss them? Whooping Crane Grus americana Bald Eagle Haliaeetus leucocephalus Yes, we probably will. Each animal is part of a pattern that is woven into everyone’s life.

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