By Barbara Taylor
This name within the "Eyewitness publications" sequence covers the Arctic and Antarctic. It explains how vegetation, animals and folks continue to exist within the chilly, what they locate to devour, and the way they stay. observe easy methods to construct an igloo, how husky canines pull a sled, and persist with within the footsteps of the heroic explorers.
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Arctic and Antarctic (DK Eyewitness Guides) by Barbara Taylor