By Beth Bence Reinke
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Were you aware that polar bears have black dermis beneath their white fur or giraffe's legs are taller than the common grownup human? From the top mountains to the inner most oceans, the cold Arctic to the recent grasslands, younger readers will move wild as they observe the superb creatures that roam the Earth.
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Animals Up and Down (Animal Antonyms) by Beth Bence Reinke