- Author:Meish Goldish
- Publisher:Bearport Pub Co Inc (August 1, 2008)
- Subcategory:Literature & Fiction
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Meish Goldish Spooky Wolf Spiders (No Backbone! The World of Invertebrates). ISBN 13: 9781597167062. Spooky Wolf Spiders (No Backbone! The World of Invertebrates).
Spooky Wolf Spiders book. Wolf spiders dont spin webs to catch their food. Start by marking Spooky Wolf Spiders as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Details (if other): Cancel.
Jumping spiders can leap up to 40 times the length of their bodies. If people could do that, they would be able to jump over six school buses parked end to end!
Publisher: Bearport Publishing. Jumping spiders can leap up to 40 times the length of their bodies. If people could do that, they would be able to jump over six school buses parked end to end! These are just some of the surprising facts that young readers will discover as they explore the unusual world of these hairy spiders. Large, eye-popping photographs and fascinating, grade-appropriate text will engage emergent and early readers as they learn about the natural habitat, diet, physical characteristics, and behavior of this unique invertebrate. Age Level: 5 to 10 years.
Insects, Spiders & More Kids' Books. Author: Goldish, Meish. No Backbone! the World of Invertebrates. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tricky Trapdoor Spiders. Whats so tricky about trapdoor spiders? Its the way they catch their food! The trapdoor spider waits in a hole in the ground, under a hidden door. When an insect walks by, the sneaky spider flips the door open, jumps out of its hole, and grabs its victim.
A World of Invertebrates An animal that has a skeleton with a backbone inside its body is a vertebrate (VUR‑tuh‑brit). Some invertebrates, such as insects and spiders, have hard skeletons-called exoskeletons-on the outside of their bodies. Mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians are all vertebrates. An animal that does not have a skeleton with a backbone inside its body is an invertebrate (in‑VUR‑tuh‑brit). More than 95 percent of all kinds of animals on Earth are invertebrates. Here are four worms that are related to leeches. Other invertebrates, such as worms and jellyfish, have soft, squishy bodies with no exoskeletons to protect them. 22. Glossary backbone.
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The World of Invertebrates. Library Binding: 24 pages. Publisher: Bearport Pub Co Inc (January 1, 2008). Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle.