Explore the remarkable world of nature's most lethal predators
This book gives an amazing insight into the survival of the fittest and the strongest in the wild. Take a journey into some of the wildest places on Earth, from the swamps of Australia to the seas of the South Pacific. Close-up photographs zoom in on the features that give nature's hunters their ability to survive, hunt and kill, from the eyes and deadly talons of eagles, to the alligator's awesome jaws, and from the terrifyingly sharp teeth of the polar bear to the powerful muscles of a cheetah. Hunters of the Wild presents natural history in an exciting, accessible and authoritative way, making it an ideal reference book for home or school.
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Biblio NotesExplore the remarkable world of nature's most lethal predators and discover extraordinary facts about fierce and successful hunters. Inside-view artworks show how the bodies of these animals are built to kill. Over 1500 stunning wildlife photographs give an insight into behaviour, family life and habitats.
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