Slap, Squeak, & Scatter

Slap, Squeak, & Scatter

How Animals Communicate

Book - 2001
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A beaver slaps its tail on the water to warn other beavers of approaching danger. A mother bat returning to the cave can locate her baby among two or three million other bats by using a special cry. And the male hippopotamus marks his territory by spinning his tail and scattering his dung.
These are just a few of the unusual ways animals communicate with one another. This beautifully illustrated work by noted author and illustrator Steve Jenkins describes many more fascinating and curious ways of animal communication.


Baker & Taylor
Describes the many ways that animals communicate.

Baker
& Taylor

A beautifully illustrated work by a noted author and illustrator describes the many fascinating and curious ways that animals communicate. By the author of What Do You Do When Something Wants to Eat You?

Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2001
ISBN: 9780618033768
0618033769
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 25 x 26 cm
Alternative Title: Slap, squeak, and scatter

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