Who has large horns, and who has huge wings? Who is the same size as a quarter? Who is the largest fish in the sea? Take a measure of the many different animal sizes.
Who walks to the mountains? Who runs across the plains? Move along with migrating animals to find out where they end up when the seasons change.
Who burrows in the mud, and who hangs from a ceiling? Who snoozes in hollow trees, and who sleeps in dark caves? Curl up and find out where different animals hibernate.
You know the song “Clementine.” Sing along with new words that explain the six main categories into which all animals can be grouped.
Who builds lodges? Who creates amazing towers? Who digs burrows? You’re invited to visit the different homes that animals build.
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