Not all baby animals are teeny little bundles. Readers will learn about some big, but no less adorable, baby elephants. Vivid photographs paired with lively, easy-to-understand text will teach young readers about the lives of elephant calves. They will learn about elephants' unusually long gestation period, the awkward stage of learning to use their trunk and four large legs, and on through to becoming one of the herd, or departing to live alone in the case of young bulls.
This is one of over 20 books in the Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers Series. http: //AmazingAnimalBooks.com The series is known as one of the most beautiful on the kindle.
Author: Kim Chase
Elephants For Kids - Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers Bestselling author John Davidson presents "Elephants For Kids - Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers." Beautiful Pictures and easy reading format will help children fall in love with Elephants. This is one of over 20 books in the Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers Series. http: //AmazingAnimalBooks.com The series is known as one of the most beautiful on the kindle. The pictures look great even in black and white and are excellent on the full color kindle. Lots of facts and photos will help your children learn about this wonderful animal. Children are given a well-rounded understanding of this beautiful animal: its anatomy, feeding habits and behavior. *** You and your kids will love learning about Elephants*** Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1 About Elephants Chapter 2 The Evolution of Elephants Chapter 3 Elephant Features Chapter 4 Where Elephants Live Chapter 5 How Elephants Eat Chapter 6 How Elephants Communicate Chapter 7 Life In The Herd Chapter 8 African Elephants Chapter 9 Asian Elephants Chapter 10 Fun Elephant Facts Chapter 11 Elephant Pictures Introduction The world of elephants is a fascinating place! There is so much we can learn about them, and yet there are still mysteries about them waiting to be revealed. There may be stories you have heard about elephants. Now the question is, "Are those stores fact or fiction? Are they true or false?" One bit of information you may have heard is that elephants have a good memory. That is very true! It is so true, that it is believed that elephants have a better memory than humans do. Elephants can remember other elephants that they may not have seen in years. They can also remember being treated unkindly by someone even though many years may have passed. Another story that is often thought about with elephants is, "Are they afraid of mice?" You might have heard that elephants fear mice because they can run up the elephant's trunk. But the answer here is that this story is not true, and there is no proof of any kind to support this. It may not surprise you know that the elephants of today are related to the Ice Age Mammoth. At one time there were over 350 different species of elephants, yet today we have only two species left! Can you name the two species? What you may be surprised to learn is that elephants were not always the large creatures you see today. In fact, in prehistoric times, the elephant was as small as the size of a cow or pig. Would it surprise you to learn that the elephants of today are related to the sea cow known as the Manatee? Did you know that when the elephants flap their ears they do it for a reason? Or do you know what jobs the elephants use their tusks for? An elephant's tusk can be smaller on one side than the other. Do you know the reason why? Did you know that a female elephant will spend her whole life in one herd, while the male elephant usually live their lives alone sometime after the age of 14? As you can see, there are many interesting things that can be learned about this tremendous sized animal with the ivory tusks.
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Author: Jan Latta
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Ella the elephant describes her habitat and family and discusses how a young elephant grows up, how elephants live, and why they are endangered.
First in the Professor Paws series books for kids. Ages 2-9 and up. Children's Book: Professor Paws Teaches Animals l Fun Rhyming Picture Book l Cool Facts l (ages 3-5) (ages 4-8) (ages 6-9) l Book Series for Kids l Look & Learn
Professor Paws Series: Book 1 Over 60 awesome pictures of Professor Paws' favorite animals, giving you cool facts & his humorous little dog insights. "Come join in the adventure And follow me As I teach you about animals In a fun rhyming read. "I have many pictures Of my interesting friends. You will enjoy this ride Until the very end!" Professor Paws teaches you Animals in a Fun Read Picture Book: Bears, Dolphins, Tigers, Parrots, Rams, Giraffes, Tropical Fish, Alligators, Pelicans, Seals, Sea Turtles, Dogs, Elephants, Horses, Gorillas, and even Rhinoceroses! Cool Facts and beautiful pictures for Kids of all ages Boys and Girls will enjoy not only looking at the colored animal photos but Beginner Readers and Early Readers can practice their reading skills with this poetry style book. Boys and Girls will enjoy not only looking at the colored animal photos but Beginner Readers and Early Readers can practice their reading skills with this poetry style book. Humor, Poetry, Animal Pictures, Learning, Basic Concepts, Fun and Fascinating Facts for extraordinary animals all together in one book from Fletch Friday Dog a.k.a. Professor Paws! As an avid fan of the Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham, Professor Paws salutes Dr. Seuss and his rhyming poetic wording style added with his own flair and personality of course. And since they don't allow dogs to be school teachers or librarians he decided instead to teach children his favorite subjects and topics by writing picture books. He has a wide array of animals for you! Mammals from all over the world, birds of all kind, fish and dolphins and other who love the ocean ans sea. Enjoy while learning and reading. First in the Professor Paws series books for kids. Ages 2-9 and up. Children's Book: Professor Paws Teaches Animals l Fun Rhyming Picture Book l Cool Facts l (ages 3-5) (ages 4-8) (ages 6-9) l Book Series for Kids l Look & Learn
Filled with full color illustrations, interesting facts and easy to understand text. Perfect for readers - from ages 6 to 100. Learn what makes Elephants such extra-ordinary animals.
Author: Tj Rob
Extra-Ordinary Elephants - Cool and Interesting Facts Did you know that Elephants hear with their feet or that they weigh as much as 20 Lions? Uncover cool and interesting facts about the world of these giant creatures. Find out where they live, how much they can eat and so much more about Elephants in the wild. Filled with full color illustrations, interesting facts and easy to understand text. Perfect for readers young and old - from ages 6 to 100. Learn what makes Elephants such extra-ordinary animals. TJ Rob - www.TJRob.com For a FREE eBook - Visit www.TJRob.com Book Contents: What are the different types of Elephant? Where do Elephants live in the wild today? How long do Elephants live? How do wild Elephants live together? Elephants are very social animals Do Elephants have feelings? What about Elephant babies? What do Elephants eat? What do Elephants use their trunks for? Do Elephants have a good sense of smell? How well do Elephants sleep? What about tusks? Are Elephants scared of mice? Thick wrinkly skin How fast can Elephants move? Big soft feet Big ears Do Elephants love water? How do Elephants communicate with each other? Are Elephants smart? Don't miss these other exciting books by TJ Rob
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Author: Joanna Ponto
Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Ten fun, creative projects provide students with a hands-on way to learn about animals. Accompanied by colorful images and patterns that are easy to reproduce using a copier or printer, accessible step-by-step directions instruct students how to make such unique crafts as a flying bird ornament, a giraffe statue out of aluminum foil, and a butterfly hand fan using inexpensive materials found at home or in the classroom. A Learn More section with current books and websites encourage further exploration into the animal kingdom.
Author: Lesego Senyana StonePublish On: 2022-03-24
In Owen- Smith, N., The management of large mammals in African conservation areas. Pretoria: Haum, 173–186. Dalton, J. (2019). Global wildlife regulator to consider relaxing ivory trade bans, prompting fears of huge rise in elephant ...
Author: Lesego Senyana Stone
Category: Business & Economics
This volume discusses the complex relationship between Protected Areas and tourism and their impact on community livelihoods in a range of countries in Southern Africa. Protected areas and tourism have an enduring and symbiotic relationship. While protected areas offer a desirable setting for tourism products, tourism provides revenue that can contribute to conservation efforts. This can bring benefits to local communities, but it can also have a negative impact, with the establishment of protected areas leading to the eviction of local communities from their original places of residence, while also preventing them from accessing the natural resources they once enjoyed. Taking a multi-disciplinary approach, this book addresses the opportunities and challenges faced by communities and other stakeholders as they endeavour to achieve their conservation goals and work towards improving community livelihoods. Case studies from Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe address key issues such as human–wildlife conflicts, ecotourism, wildlife-based tourism, landscape governance, wildlife crop-raiding and trophy hunting, including the high-profile case of Cecil the lion. Chapters highlight both the achievements and positive outcomes of protected areas, but also the challenges faced and their impact on how protected areas are viewed and also conservation priorities more generally. The volume gives these issues affecting protected areas, local communities, managers and international conservation efforts centre stage in order inform policy and improve practice going forward. This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of conservation, natural resource management, tourism, sustainable development and African studies, as well as professionals and policymakers involved in conservation policy.
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