3 edition of In search of the pangolin found in the catalog.
In search of the pangolin
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Satyajit Das and Jade Novakovic.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
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With its giant digging claws, the pangolin is nature's backhoe. And a long, sticky tongue — capable of slurping up thousands of ants or termites .The text in this set is designed for higher first graders through third graders. Two levels of the text are included.
This unit includes: pangolins text in two levels, both are included in color and black & white - short-answer comprehension questions - compare and contrast pangolins with ot.A pangolin's main predators are wild cats, hyenas and humans.
A mother pangolin's gestation period is between and days. Young pangolin are born with scales, and they harden by the second day the pangopup is out of the womb.
When walking on a level surface the pangolin is Class: Mammalia.