Fur, Feathers and Flippers How Animals Live Where They Do

Fur, Feathers and Flippers   How Animals Live Where They Do

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The forests of New England, the tundra of the Far North, the deserts of the Southwest and the seas of Antarctica are all different habitats on our planet. Living in these different habitats are lots of different kinds of animals who have adapted to living there. Could an Arctic fox live in the desert? Could a ladyslipper grow in the tundra? Explore the different habitats and the wondrous creatures who belong in them.

The forests of New England, the tundra of the Far North, the deserts of the Southwest and theseas of Antarctica are all different habitats on our planet.Living in these different habitats are lots of different kinds of animals who have adapted to living there.Could an Arctic fox live in the desert?Could a ladyslipper grow in the tundra?Explore the different habitats and the wondrous creatures who belong in them.

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