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The GIANT Book on Polar Animals For Kids

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The GIANT Book on Polar Animals For Kids

Lunghezza: 169 pagine1 ora


Table of Contents

About Penguins
Penguins’ Feathers
How Penguins Hunt For Food
Why Preening is Important
Caring For Their Young
Penguin Groups
Emperor Penguins – Aptenodytes Group
King Penguin – Aptenodytes Group
Gentoo Penguins – Pygoscelis Group
Adelie Penguin – Pygoscelis Group
Chinstrap Penguins – Pygoscelis Group
Rockhopper – Eudyptes Group
Erect Crested Penguins – Eudyptes Group
Fiordland Penguins – Eudyptes Group
Macaroni Penguins – Eudyptes Group
Royal Penguin – Eudyptes Group
Snares – Eudyptes Group
Humboldt Penguins – Spheniscus Group
African Penguins – Spheniscus Group
Magellanic Penguins – Spheniscus Group
Galápagos Penguins – Spheniscus Group
Yellow-eyed Penguin – Megadyptes Group
Penguin – Eudyptula Group
Fun Facts about Penguins
Polar Bears
About Polar Bears
Polar Bears
What Polar Bears Do
How Polar Bears Communicate
Baby Polar Bears
Polar Bear Facts
Where to Polar Bears Live
Arctic Polar Bears
Why are the Polar Bears Endangered
What Polar Bears Eat
Habitat of Polar Bears
Other Names for Polar Bears
What is a puffin?
What kinds of puffins are there?
The history of puffins and humans
Atlantic puffin
Tufted puffin
Horned puffin
Rhinoceros auklet
A little more about puffins
What is a seal?
What kinds of seals are there?
Where did seals come from?
The history of seals and humans
Elephant Seals
Sea lions
Fur Seals
A little more on seals
Information on Walruses
Information on Walruses
Facts about Walruses
Pacific Walruses
Pacific Walruses
Arctic Walruses
Baby Walruses
How Walruses Communicate
Walruses’ Habitat
Walruses’ Diet
Where Do Walruses Come From?
Seals and Walruses
Life in the Herd
Walrus Features
Walruses and Humans
Living in Cold Water
Walruses Are Endangered


The poles can be found on the very top of the Earth and on the very bottom.

The coldest temperatures on Earth are recorded here, the coldest ever being -129.3°F (-89.6°C)!

Over 70% of all the fresh water on Earth is frozen in Antarctic.

Since these places are so cold and harsh the animals that live there have had to make some adaptations in order to survive. Let's read about some of these amazing animals.

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