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by Andrew Solway

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  • ISBN 1403482314
  • ISBN13 978-1403482310
  • Language English
  • Author Andrew Solway
  • Publisher Heinemann (September 22, 2006)
  • Pages 48
  • Formats txt lit doc lrf
  • Category Teenagers
  • Subcategory Education and Reference
  • Size ePub 1570 kb
  • Size Fb2 1841 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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Snakes are among the most ferocious predators in the world, but how have they, and other reptiles, adapted to become so successful? The series explores how some of our favorite animals are uniquely adapted to their environment.

Snakes and Other Reptiles book. The 'Adapted for Success' series looks at how some of our favourite animals are uniquely adapted to their environment.

Snakes and Other Reptiles book. Each book explores the ways in which different species have adapted to their surroundings, and covers habitat, defences, camouflage, and the way animals find food.

Playing on the marshes of the Solway Firth one day, young Alan Edmunds could have little idea of the significance of the plane crash he was about to. .Snakes and Other Reptiles (Adapted for Success).

Playing on the marshes of the Solway Firth one day, young Alan Edmunds could have little idea of the significance of the plane crash he was about to witness, from the wreckage of which he pulled an American Air Force pilot. Focusing on successive generations of one family, Brian Robson's Snakes, Some Ladders charts the progress of Alan, his son David, and finally his grandson Ralph, from post-war austerity to present-day prosperity.

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Each book looks at the various ways in which different species have adapted to their surroundings and covers habitat. Andrew Solway is a Heinemann-Raintree author. Age Range: 11 - 14 years. Grade Level: 5 - 6. Series: Adapted for Success. Publisher: Heinemann-Raintree (January 15, 2007).

ISBN 10: 0431906637, ISBN 13: 9780431906638. Bibliographic Details. Published by Raintree, 2006. Condition: Good Hardcover. From Books Express (Portsmouth, NH, . Publication Date: 2006.

ISBN13: 9781403482310. Release Date: September 2006.

The reptiles owe their success mainly to their special eggs (pp. 67), which, unlike those . chameleon,for example, is adapted for life in trees and bushes

The reptiles owe their success mainly to their special eggs (pp. 67), which, unlike those of amphibians, usually have shells, and do not need to be ANCIENT GIANTS The enormous vertebrae of an extinct laid in water. Lizards and snakes, therefore, are more closely related to each other than to any other group, but surprisingly, crocodiles are more closely related to birds than to other reptiles. chameleon,for example, is adapted for life in trees and bushes. The body is broad, providing greater stability when the animals weight is centered over a narrow twig or branch (pp. 2829). The fingers and toes are designed for grasping.

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The specially adapted tongue is extremely tough to cope with tree thorns that are part of the giraffe’s diet.

This remarkably long tongue can be twice the chameleon’s own body length and extends out faster than the human eye can follow, hitting prey in about 30 thousandths of a second. C. Instead of using their tongues to munch on prey, snakes use them to sniff prey out. Smell is a snake’s means of tracking its victims: its forked tongue is used to collect airborne particles that are then passed onto special organs in the mouth for analysis. It all sounds very scientific. The specially adapted tongue is extremely tough to cope with tree thorns that are part of the giraffe’s diet.