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Bloody horned lizards 2 editions

Cover of: Bloody horned lizards by Lori Haskins
About the Book

Horned lizards have a really gross way of staying safe from predators. They squirt a stream of blood from their eyes to scare their enemies away! This is just one of the fascinating facts kids will discover as they explore the world of these blood-squirting creatures. Large, eye-popping photos and clear, grade-appropriate text engage emergent readers as they learn all about the unique and gross ways horned lizards protect themselves. A section in the back of the book profiles another animal that protects itself in a similar way, to help reinforce the concept of defense mechanisms.

Classifications

Library of Congress QL666.L267 H37 2009
Dewey 597.95/4

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2 editions First published in 2008

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Cover of: Bloody Horned Lizards
2008, Bearport Publishing Company, Inc.
Bloody Horned Lizards
Electronic resource in English
Cover of: Bloody horned lizards
2009, Bearport Pub
Bloody horned lizards
in English

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