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Animal Legs

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Animal Legs
by Mary Holland (Author / Photographer)

Booktalk: Can you smell with your feet? Do you dig your claws into a river’s muddy bank to climb up and bask in the sun? Animals legs are different from humans in so many ways! Find out why strong talons suit a raptor, or webbing is perfect for water dwellers as author Mary Holland continues her photographic Animal Anatomy and Adaptations series by exploring the ways insects, amphibians, reptiles and mammals make their way in the world.

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Caterpillars may look like they have lots of legs, but only the first three pairs are true legs. The others are called prolegs.

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Author: Anastasia Suen

From her studio in Northern California, developmental editor Anastasia Suen reads, writes, and edits books for creators of all ages.

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