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National Geographic Kids 125 True Stories of Amazing Animals: Inspiring Tales of Animal Friendship & Four-Legged Heroes, Plus Crazy Animal Antics by National Geographic KidsMeet a kayaking sea otter, a penguin that became a knight, a bear that stole a familys car, a pet cat that called 911 to save its owner, and many more amazing animals. This page-turner offers 100 heartwarming and hilarious anecdotes, illustrated with full color photos of these intriguing animals. Stories include unlikely animal friends, animal heroes, amazing animal tricks, surprising animal hybrids, wacky truth-is-stranger-than-fiction stories of animal antics, and more. Plus, loads of animals facts, lists, and information boxes add even more fun on every page.
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It includes all living beings with huge genetically and environmental differences; therefore when you compare several types of corn, for example, you observe biodiversity, and when you visit the North American forests or the Brazilian jungles, you are able to appreciate the differences between each of these biomes and the biodiversity they contain. Scientists estimate that there are between 3 and 30 million of species, but it is possible that this number could reach up to million. At least, there are approximately 2 million species of animals and nearly 8. With these figures, you can imagine the vast amount of living things that are known and those that we do not even realize that exist yet. The importance of biodiversity for us it is based on the fact that it provides the foundation of an ecological balance that supports life.
Amazing Facts About Animals: Introduction
From cuddly and cute to absolutely terrifying, the animals of Australia are certainly fascinating and unique! Below is a list of native Australian animals and some introduced species with a few facts thrown in so you can impress people. There are 20 species of bandicoot. There were 2 species of bilby. The lesser bilby is sadly extinct but the greater bilby can still be found in Australia, although it is endangered.