Animal Migrations: Flying, Walking, Swimming

Diane Jackson Hill

A reindeer treks a continent under unimaginable weather extremes. One tiny bird flies non-stop for nine days, while another flies from the North to South Pole (and back!) every year. A whale swims through the oceans of a hemisphere.

Animal Migrations: Flying, Walking, Swimming offers a fascinating insight into the what, where, why and how of these incredible journeys of survival. It explores the migrations of mammals, birds, insects, fish, reptiles, amphibians, crustaceans and aquatic microorganisms. Discover exceptional and unusual journeys, their effect on our world, and how we can help these migrating animals.

The remarkable adventures covered in Animal Migrations show strength, determination, inbuilt knowledge and the importance of community across global connections.

Reading level varies from child to child, but we recommend this book for ages 8 to 12.

Explores fascinating animal migrations across the globe.

- Key feature

Release
Aug-2020
ISBN
9781486315413
RRP (AUD)
$29.99
Pages
80
Format
Hardback
Category
Animal Behaviour

Diane Jackson Hill

Diane Jackson Hill is a retired primary school teacher who is passionate about connecting children to the beauty of our incredible world.

CSIRO Publishing

CSIRO Publishing has an internationally recognised, editorially independent program publishing science titles for academic, professional and trade audiences. We are owned by Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.

Animal Migrations: Flying, Walking, Swimming
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