2 edition of How animals protect themselves. found in the catalog.
How animals protect themselves.
Leo Franklin Hadsall
by California state printing office, G. F. Moore, state printer in [Sacramento
Written in English
|Statement||[By] Leo F. Hadsall, associate professor of biology, Fresno state college, Fresno, California. Published by California state Department of education, Sacramento.|
|Series||[California. Committee on science guide for elementary schools] Science guide for elementary schools., vol. IV, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||Q181 .C316 vol. IV, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| 33 p.|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||38028543|
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Book Information. Title: Animal Defenses: How Animals Protect Themselves. Author: Kaner, Etta. Isbn: Describes how animals use a variety of different techniques as a means of protection, including using camouflage coloring, hiding in burrows or the sand, using protective shells, spines, or bones, and living in groups.
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The animal kingdom is full of creatures which possess impressive weapons, used to hunt their seemingly helpless victims. However, there are certain animals out there that are more than capable of looking after themselves. Here are Frontier Gap's top five animals with the most efficient, surprising and downright disgusting self-defense techniques!Author: Frontier Gap.
How Animals Protect Themselves (Rigby Leveled Library, Level Q #62) View larger image. By: Pamela Rushby. This is a NIMAC book NIMAC (National Instructional Materials Accessibility Center) books are available only to students with an IEP (individual education plan.) If you put this book on a group reading list, students without IEPs will not be.
Introduces a variety of protection devices used by different animals. From hiding to fighting, protection mechanisms are explored. Last month, I wrote an article on how animals keep themselves clean.
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Plants can’t run away from danger like most animals can, so they have developed their own weapons and armor in order to protect themselves. A plant’s main predators are the animals that feed on them.
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How Do Horses Protect Themselves? A horse primarily escapes danger by fleeing. However, when cornered, the animal can lash out physically, relying on bucking, biting, kicking, rearing and striking to drive predators away.
A horse generally prefers to be kept somewhere open where it can run away if necessary.