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LONDON, NEW YORK, MUNICH, MELBOURNE, AND DELHI Written by Anna Harrison Designed by Rachael Foster, Amy McSimpson U.S. Editor John Searcy Produced by Katherine Thornton First American Edition, 2006 06 07 08 09 10 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Published in the United States by DK Publishing, Inc. 375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014 Copyright © 2006 Dorling Kindersley Limited All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the copyright owner.
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A world of animals The world is full of many different kinds of animals. These giraffes live on the hot, grassy plains of Africa.
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Elephants Stomp! Stomp! Elephants are the largest and heaviest animals that live on land. Elephant babies are called calves and they stay with their mommies for 10 years. I spy...
Jungle animals There are many animals in the jungle. These orangutans like to eat fruit and leaves.
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Chimpanzee Some chimpanzees live in the jungle high up in trees. They use their long arms and strong legs to swing from tree to tree. Their hands and feet grip the branches. I spy...
Tiger Tigers are the largest cats in the world. They have strong teeth and sharp claws. Their stripes make them hard to see among the trees and grass where they live. I spy...
Hiss...ROAR...squawk! Animals make noises for lots of different reasons. Sometimes they just want you to know they are around!
What sounds do these animals make?
m e o w! l! how
ROAR! chirp-chir p
WOO F! h z
z zzz b uz
ss sss iss
Sea animals The sea is home to many creatures who can swim. These whales have huge flippers for swimming long distances.
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Coral reef Coral reefs are made by tiny animals called corals. Lots of colorful fish live in the warm waters around the reef.
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Polar bear Polar bears are very big animals! They live in icy places near the sea. They have thick fur to keep them warm and large paws that help them grip the ice. I spy...
Birds Birds are the only animals that have feathers. Most birds use their feathers to fly and to keep warm.
Penguins Penguins are birds but they can’t fly! Most penguins live in very cold places where they stay close together to keep warm. Baby penguins are called chicks. I spy...
Forest animals Trees provide food and homes for many different animals. Let's see if we can name all the animals in this picture.
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There are more insects in the world than any other animal. Most insects are very small. They fly, jump, crawl, or swim to move around.
Farm homes On a farm, you’ll find ducks swimming in ponds, sheep and cows eating grass, pigs living in pens, and chickens pecking in the yard. chicken coop
Which of these animals lives by a pond?
Which of these animals lives in a stable?
Which of these animals lives in a pigpen?
Pet homes Pets are animals that we keep at home. They are fun to play with, but they need to be taken care of. Which pet is your favorite? hutch
Each pet has its own type of home.
Can you match each pet to its home?
Animal fun Look back through the book and see if you can find the animals that match the black shapes on the opposite page.
Try to match the tiger and kangaroo pictures first!