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(This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Desert Animals: A Kids' Learn to Read Animal Picture Book with Large and Beautiful Photos Did You Know? -The black-tailed jackrabbit can run up to 40 mph to escape predators! -The turkey vulture poops on its legs to keep cool! -The camel does NOT store water the way as many people believe! -Big bunnies are NOT bunnies but…! (This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Desert Animals: A Kids' Learn to Read Animal Picture Book with Large and Beautiful Photos Did You Know? -The black-tailed jackrabbit can run up to 40 mph to escape predators! -The turkey vulture poops on its legs to keep cool! -The camel does NOT store water the way as many people believe! -Big bunnies are NOT bunnies but…! -A half of the turtles in the world are NOT turtles but…! -The thorny devil confuses predators with its second head! -The southern grasshopper mouse howls at the moon! -The fairy shrimp eats upside down! -The black-hair scorpion catches mice, snakes, and birds! -The tiny desert mouse jerboa jumps 7 feet high and 10 feet long! -The pupfish lives in water 3 times saltier than the sea water! -The desert bighorn sheep changes its body temperature along with the environment! -The honeypot ant keeps honey in its body for later use by other ants! -The sidewinder rattlesnake moves the sideway! -The Namib Desert beetle uses its back to catch water! -The great roadrunner runs faster than other birds flying! -The water-holding frog keeps water in its body and grows into a big balloon! -And a LOT, LOT MORE! Look Inside the Book Now to See All the Unbelievable Facts Now! Here's what you will see in the book: ================================================= #33. Tarantula The tarantula is the 2nd largest (the giant huntsman spider is the #1) and the heaviest spider in the world – up to 10 inches with its leg span, or as large as a dinner plate. It lives in the desert as well as other environments, such as mountains and rainforests. The tarantula lives in burrows and captures animals on the ground – bugs, mice, frogs, and birds. It throws its needle-like, barbed hairs at attackers, which can kill small mice. ... #31. Pronghorn The pronghorn looks like an antelope but is a unique kind of animal. It’s the only animal with forked horns in the world. It can see nearly 360 degrees – meaning to see things all around without turning the head. It can run up to 60 mph, as cars on the highway. ... #24. Fennec fox The fennec fox lives in the desert and loves the hot weather. If the temperature is below 68F (your room temperature with air conditioning), it will shiver. It has extremely large ears to help remove the body heat and catch the moves of little animals. It hunts at night for bugs, mice, and birds. It eats plants, too. It gives off a musky odor from its tail tip when scared. ... #10. Namib Desert Beetle The Namib Desert beetle lives in one of the driest deserts, on the coast of Africa, up to 80 miles inland and 1,000 feet high. Fortunately, fogs bring moisture to the desert every night. The Namib Desert beetle aims its back at the fog. The little bumps on its back capture the water droplets. The hard shell with little channels brings the water into its mouth. ... ================================================= This book uses large, real-life photos instead of the regular hand-drawings to attract your kids attention right away. More importantly, it presents the shocking information on how animals survive in the extremely hot and dry deserts, such as keeping water in their own blades, eating their own poop to get more nutrition, or living in water 3 time more saltier than the s


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(This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Desert Animals: A Kids' Learn to Read Animal Picture Book with Large and Beautiful Photos Did You Know? -The black-tailed jackrabbit can run up to 40 mph to escape predators! -The turkey vulture poops on its legs to keep cool! -The camel does NOT store water the way as many people believe! -Big bunnies are NOT bunnies but…! (This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Desert Animals: A Kids' Learn to Read Animal Picture Book with Large and Beautiful Photos Did You Know? -The black-tailed jackrabbit can run up to 40 mph to escape predators! -The turkey vulture poops on its legs to keep cool! -The camel does NOT store water the way as many people believe! -Big bunnies are NOT bunnies but…! -A half of the turtles in the world are NOT turtles but…! -The thorny devil confuses predators with its second head! -The southern grasshopper mouse howls at the moon! -The fairy shrimp eats upside down! -The black-hair scorpion catches mice, snakes, and birds! -The tiny desert mouse jerboa jumps 7 feet high and 10 feet long! -The pupfish lives in water 3 times saltier than the sea water! -The desert bighorn sheep changes its body temperature along with the environment! -The honeypot ant keeps honey in its body for later use by other ants! -The sidewinder rattlesnake moves the sideway! -The Namib Desert beetle uses its back to catch water! -The great roadrunner runs faster than other birds flying! -The water-holding frog keeps water in its body and grows into a big balloon! -And a LOT, LOT MORE! Look Inside the Book Now to See All the Unbelievable Facts Now! Here's what you will see in the book: ================================================= #33. Tarantula The tarantula is the 2nd largest (the giant huntsman spider is the #1) and the heaviest spider in the world – up to 10 inches with its leg span, or as large as a dinner plate. It lives in the desert as well as other environments, such as mountains and rainforests. The tarantula lives in burrows and captures animals on the ground – bugs, mice, frogs, and birds. It throws its needle-like, barbed hairs at attackers, which can kill small mice. ... #31. Pronghorn The pronghorn looks like an antelope but is a unique kind of animal. It’s the only animal with forked horns in the world. It can see nearly 360 degrees – meaning to see things all around without turning the head. It can run up to 60 mph, as cars on the highway. ... #24. Fennec fox The fennec fox lives in the desert and loves the hot weather. If the temperature is below 68F (your room temperature with air conditioning), it will shiver. It has extremely large ears to help remove the body heat and catch the moves of little animals. It hunts at night for bugs, mice, and birds. It eats plants, too. It gives off a musky odor from its tail tip when scared. ... #10. Namib Desert Beetle The Namib Desert beetle lives in one of the driest deserts, on the coast of Africa, up to 80 miles inland and 1,000 feet high. Fortunately, fogs bring moisture to the desert every night. The Namib Desert beetle aims its back at the fog. The little bumps on its back capture the water droplets. The hard shell with little channels brings the water into its mouth. ... ================================================= This book uses large, real-life photos instead of the regular hand-drawings to attract your kids attention right away. More importantly, it presents the shocking information on how animals survive in the extremely hot and dry deserts, such as keeping water in their own blades, eating their own poop to get more nutrition, or living in water 3 time more saltier than the s

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