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Author Owens, Henry.
Title How to track a hyena / Henry Owens.
Pub Info New York : Windmill Books, an imprint of Rosen Publishing, 2014.
Rating
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS 
 Orleans-Children's Room  J 599 SCAT     AVAILABLE
Edition First edition.
Descript 24 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
Series Scatalog : a kid's field guide to animal poop
Scatalog--a kid's field guide to animal poop.
Note Accelerated Reader LG 4.7 0.5 0.5 164376
Includes index.
Contents What's so funny? -- Where to find hyenas -- Recognizing hyenas -- Listen to the clan -- Territorial markings -- Hyena cubs -- Tracking smart hunters -- All about poop -- Hyena tracking tips -- Hyenas and humans.
Summary Scat is where it?s at, at least when it comes to tracking some of the earth?s wildest animals. Animal dung serves many purposes, from marking territories to identifying others, and as these titles in the Scatalog: A Kid?s Field Guide to Animal Poop series relate, it also allows scientists to safely study potentially dangerous animals. In addition to describing how poop and pee reveal an animal?s diet, mating patterns, territories, and so on, the engaging text covers each animal?s habitat, range, physical characteristics, and care for its young. How to Track a Hyena discusses the scavenger nature of this social animal and how eating skin, teeth, and bones affects its scat. These books are not for the squeamish as the color photos of animals in action depict a plethora of poop up close. Additional graphics also show each animal?s digestive system. For budding scientists and adventurists alike. Grades 2-4.
Subject Hyenas -- Juvenile literature.
Animal droppings -- Juvenile literature.
ISBN 9781615338894 (library)
1615338896 (library)
9781615338955 (pbk.)
1615338950 (pbk.)
9781615339013 (6-pack)
1615339019 (6-pack)
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