Habitats: Where Wildlife Lives (Science Starters) ebook
by Jim Pipe
Habitats: Where Wildlife Lives. Designed by a team of literacy specialists, Science Starters introduces young readers to key science vocabulary and concepts.
Habitats: Where Wildlife Lives.
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A former teacher, Jim Pipe is the author of many books for children. Jim specializes in Early Years readers and has also written books on science, natural history, geography, history and myths and legends. Jim lives and works in Dublin.
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Simply Charlotte Mason’s recommended living science books have been carefully chosen to be great living books that have good science content, minimal evolution, and minimal environmentalism. Please note that books were chosen for their content, not for their availability. Some books are out of print and may be hard to find.
Wildlife management can include game keeping, wildlife conservation and pest control. Wildlife management draws on disciplines such as mathematics, chemistry, biology, ecology, climatology and geography to gain the best results.
Tell us if something is incorrect. Could there be life in the arid desert land? Apparently there are plenty! This educational book will show you around the desert. We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. You will also get to meet some of the magnificent animals that survive there. The use of pictures make this book extra attractive for young learners
Categories: Zoology & Animal Sciences. By (author) Jim Pipe.
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Wildlife - Science topic. A natural history of the first four billion years of life on Earth. Explore the latest questions and answers in Wildlife, and find Wildlife experts. It is a fine book - so well written - and has as generous a section on Paleozoic (so, including Silurian) wildlife as any I have come across. Nutrients in the marsh support an abundance of plant and animal life, including serving as the breeding ground for economically important fishes we eat.
Science (Life Science; Science in Personal and Social Perspectives). A habitat is the place where an animal or plant lives that includes essential things for its survival-food, water, shelter, and space. Social Studies (Global Connections). Students learn that the mountain gorilla is one of thousands of endangered or threatened species worldwide. Habitat loss is the main reason a species can become endangered or threatened. Other causes include the over-killing and over-collection of animals and plants for food or trade, the introduction of nonnative plants and animals to environments, pollution, and disease.