Written by natural history experts and endorsed by the Worldwide Fund for Nature the "Natural World" series explores the lives of some of the world's wild animals, including tigers, elephants, sharks, polar bears and the giant panda, through their life cycles, natural habitats, food chains and the threats they face daily. The photographs and text aim to highlight the drama of living in the wild.
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Follow a giant panda cub from its first steps on its journey through life in the mountains of China, how it learns where to find the best food to leaving home to find its own territory. The book also examines the threats facing giant pandas and what can be done to protect these creatures.Review:
This stunning series explores the lives of some of the world's wild animals through their life cycles, natural habitats, food chains and the threats faced daily. ( Parents News, Jan 01)
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