Mini Monsters: Nature's Tiniest and Most Terrifying Creatures

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Mini Monsters: Nature's Tiniest and Most Terrifying Creatures

Mini Monsters Nature s Tiniest and Most Terrifying Creatures Features mini monsters Each creature is illustrated with beautifully detailed full color artwork Divided into eight sections covering lizards snakes amphibians spider sea creatures crustace

  • Title: Mini Monsters: Nature's Tiniest and Most Terrifying Creatures
  • Author: Paula Hammond
  • ISBN: 9780785820475
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Features 300 mini monsters Each creature is illustrated with beautifully detailed, full color artwork Divided into eight sections, covering lizards, snakes, amphibians, spider, sea creatures, crustaceans and mollusks, bugs and beetles, and other insects Each entry includes a table of key information such as scientific name, features, habitats, distribution, diet, and brFeatures 300 mini monsters Each creature is illustrated with beautifully detailed, full color artwork Divided into eight sections, covering lizards, snakes, amphibians, spider, sea creatures, crustaceans and mollusks, bugs and beetles, and other insects Each entry includes a table of key information such as scientific name, features, habitats, distribution, diet, and breeding.

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      Published :2019-01-22T20:34:20+00:00

    One thought on “Mini Monsters: Nature's Tiniest and Most Terrifying Creatures

    1. Avery Miller on said:

      This was a super interesting book. It is not a book that I would usually read, but it was still very enjoyable. It had a lot of insight on different scary animals, as well as a description on each of the animals. I really was interested in one "monster" in particular- the coelacanth. It really peaked my interest and now I am doing some research on it.

    2. Les Gehman on said:

      Not enough real information here. It just didn't grab my interest at all.

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