What Happened to the Mammoths?
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What Happened to the Mammoths? by Dr Jack Myers
Book DescriptionHow do cats purr? How does a homing pigeon find its way home? Why do baby alligators need cavities? These are just a few of the questions that scientists tackle in this book of Science in Action. The twelve explorations cover some of kids' favorite animals. The creatures--some lovable, some creepy, and all amazing--are the reader's gateway into the world of real science. And the reader will discover that science is much more than a collection of facts--it offers adventures in discovery. The reader comes along as scientists learn surprising new things, and as they end up with new and fascinating questions. Many full-color illustrations help draw young scientists into this stimulating book."
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781590782804
(256mm x 176mm x 6mm)
Imprint: Boyds Mills Press
Publisher: Boyds Mills Press
Publish Date: 1-Jan-2004
Country of Publication: United States
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Author Biography - Dr Jack Myers
Dr. Jack Myers (deceased) delighted kids each month with his articles in "Highlights for Children. "He lived in Austin, Texas. John Rice is a wildlife artist and illustrator of "On the Trail of the Komodo Dragon. "He lives in New York City.
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