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Diane Publishing Books
Yoshiko Kato (au); Kunihiko Hisa (il); Dianne Ooka (tr)
Just as animals have different kinds of faces, they also have different kinds of feet. Animals use their feet for many different functions -- walking, running, climbing trees, gathering food, digging holes, & even for protecting themselves. An animal’s feet are perfectly suited to its lifestyle & environment. Depending on the species, animals have differing numbers of toes. Usually, like apes, they have five digits. But horses, for example, have only one. The number of “toes” an animal has is closely related to where he lives & how he survives. Its feet are marvelously adapted to its surroundings. This wonderful book will let you examine animals by looking at their feet. Translated from the Japanese edition. Full-color illustrations.
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