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Super-Incredible Animals

02Dec 16
Strongest Pinch? It’s the coconut crab!

Strongest Pinch? It’s the coconut crab!

The coconut crab is the world largest land-dwelling crustacean. It can grow to be 18 inches (46 cm) in length and weigh as much as 9 pounds (4.1 kg). But the crabs' most amazing characteristic is the impressive strength of their claws, which have been known to lift up to 60 pounds (27 kg). Japanese researchers recently collected…

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12Sep 16

Greenland shark is the world’s oldest vertebrate

Greenland sharks are large, slow-moving animals that swim in the north Atlantic Ocean. They are also some of the longest-living animals on Earth. A team of scientists recently used radiocarbon…

04Aug 16

How do hummingbirds steer?

Hummingbirds move at incredible speeds. One type can travel up to 60 miles per hour (97 kmh). How do hummingbirds navigate their surroundings when they are moving so fast? A new…

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Super-Incredible Animals presents 12 amazing animals in special categories. Learn about 12 of the fastest, strongest, smartest, most poisonous, best camouflaged, most gigantic, and most dangerous animals, plus 12 incredible dinosaurs. Each book features information about 12 animals’ life cycles, habitats, and traits. Full-color spreads are packed with fun facts and exciting information you need to know about these incredible animals.

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