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Meerkats (African Animals) ebook

by Jody S. Rake

by Jody Sullivan Rake. Discusses meerkats, including their African habitat, the food they eat, and their behavior.

by Jody Sullivan Rake. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9781429648837. Release Date: February 2010.

ISBN 10: 142964883X ISBN 13: 9781429648837.

Shipping & Handling by region. 1. Library Book: Meerkats (African Animals). National Geographic Learning. ISBN 10: 142964883X ISBN 13: 9781429648837.

African Animals has 18 entries in the series. African Animals (Series). Colleen Buckman Narrator Jody Sullivan Rake Author (2008). Grace Hansen Author (2018). Jody S. Rake Author (2010). Lisa Jackson Author (2019).

List of African Animals: Introduction One of the best-known species of mongoose is the meerkat, which lives i. .

List of African Animals: Introduction. Africa is the world’s second largest continent (Asia is the largest). With habitats ranging from tropical rainforest to desert, Africa is home to many of the world’s best-known animals. The African animals included in the list below represent just a fraction of the continent’s amazing biodiversity. We’ll be adding new species to this page regularly, so be sure to come back soon! You can download a FREE African animals worksheet for this page here: Free Printable Worksheets. One of the best-known species of mongoose is the meerkat, which lives in desert and other dry habitats in Africa. Mongooses are diurnal (active during the day).

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Meerkat Classification and EvolutionThe Meerkat (also known as the Suricate) is a small species of foraging mammal that is found inhabiting the harsh conditions of the open and arid, semi-desert plains in southern Africa. Meerkats can live for up to 10 years in the wild but have been known to live for longer in captivity. Meerkat Diet and Prey.

MeerKAT, originally the Karoo Array Telescope, is a radio telescope consisting of 64 antennas in the Northern Cape of South Africa. In 2003, South Africa submitted an expression of interest to host the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Radio Telescope in Africa, and the locally designed and built MeerKAT was incorporated into the first phase of the SKA. MeerKAT is a precursor for the SKA-mid array. It is located on the SKA site in the Karoo, and is a pathfinder for SKA-mid technologies and science

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Discusses meerkats, including their African habitat, the food they eat, and their behavior.
Meerkats are the type of animal that almost looks as if they are smiling at you. They are an African animal who lives on both the grassy savannas or the dry plains in the southern part of the continent. This animal will "play in the sun" and "rest in the shade." They almost look comical when they stand up straight to take a look around them to make sure no predators are lurking in the area. They stay together in "mobs" or groups to make sure they are safe. In this book you will learn about how they dig burrows, dig for food, what they eat, how they get water in such an arid habitat, why they have a babysitter and how they warn the mob of impending danger.

This is a popular book among the young, but confident reader, but can be read to the younger child. The text is in larger, easier to read print and the photographs are very appealing, especially the one with six standing meercats peering at the reader from the pages. This book is obviously geared toward a fun, successful reading experience. In the back of the book is a glossary, an index and additional recommended book and internet resources. This is a Fact Hound book that will "fetch the best sites" for the appropriate age group. This book has 125 words, is grade level one and is an early-intervention level sixteen.
Meerkats are loveable and clever. And so much more. Read all about them in this introductory non fiction picture book written by Jody Sullivan Rake. Published by Capstone Press.
Meerkats (African Animals) ebook
Jody S. Rake
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