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African Elephant: American Museum of Natural History Book & Diorama
Ellen Weiss (au). Did you know that the African elephant swims underwater, using its trunk like a snorkel? Mines salt with its tusks? Eats 300 pounds of food a day? With fascinating facts, full-color photos, & more, this lively little book celebrates the African elephant. Readers also learn about the lion, zebra, gazelle, hyena, life at the water hole, & other mysteries of the savanna. The set, in a clear plastic box, also includes a model of an African elephant mother & baby capturing the magical realism of the American Museum of Natural History’s famous dioramas. The elephant figures were were created by the Museum’s own sculptor, Pamela Popeson, custom-made to scale, meticulously hand-painted, & built for active play.
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