Meet the Invertebrates: Anemones, Octopuses, Spiders, Ants, and Others

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Meet the Invertebrates: Anemones, Octopuses, Spiders, Ants, and Others

Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN-13: 9781311443557
Number of pages: 165

Meet the Invertebrates reveals these apparently alien creatures to be fascinating animals dealing with the basic problems of living as all animals must do. It explains how they work physiologically and describes their appearance, behavior, and perception of the world. It progresses from a sponge, as simple as an animal can be, to the highly developed octopus and ant.

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