24 pages : 19 cm. This book describes burrows, underground homes that help animals escape heat, cold, rain, snow, and enemies. Includes bibliographical references (page 23) and index. Accelerated Reader AR LG .
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Series: Where Animals Live. Publisher: Weekly Reader/Gareth Stevens Pub (January 1, 2008).
Where Animals Live Series. 6 primary works, 6 total works. Why Animals Live in Burrows. Our leveled-reader series describes how the types.
Our leveled-reader series describes how the types of homes that different animals build reflect adaptations to their environments. Each volume looks at each type of home as a shelter from predators and weather and a place to store food and raise young. Young readers also learn how animal homes and human home fulfill similar needs and functions.
Description Other books in this series. Animals in the Rain Forest.
Explains why burrows make a good home for some kinds of animals, and describes how meercats, badgers, and other creatures live in burrows. Other books in this series.
Weekly Reader Early Learning Library. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 1 x . 7 x . 1 Inches.
by Valerie J. Weber (Author). Series: Where Animals Live.
Seller Inventory FLT9780836888089.
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Australian animals that live in burrows include: Bilby Wombat Kakarratul - Northern marsupial mole Itjaritjari . Animals do not build "homes", but make homes out of burrows, caves, and dens.
Australian animals that live in burrows include: Bilby Wombat Kakarratul - Northern marsupial mole Itjaritjari - Southern marsupial mole Planigale Dunnart Kowari Burrowing bettong Mulgara. Do ferrets build shelters? Ferrets don't build shelters, black footed ferret live in burrows from prairie dogs. European ferrets live in burrows of other animals. Why do animals build their homes in the forest? Animals do not build "homes", but make homes out of burrows, caves, and dens. This is where they live so it natural for them to live there.