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There are so many different animals in the world. How do scientists keep track of them all? 'Classification of Animals' explains how animals are grouped and named by looking at some of the most fascinating creatures on the planet. You will learn the seven levels of classification that show how all animals are divided into smaller groups until there is just one species left. You will also see how scientists use branching keys to help figure out what an animal might be. Sci-Hi is an engaging, comprehensive, and visually stimulating series that takes learning science core curriculum to a whole new level.
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Describing topics that are both timely and interesting to middle school students, the Sci-Hi series explores science with accessible text and engaging pictures. The authors break complex content it into short chunks that students can read and think about. --NSTA
This book explains the animal kingdoms, classifications, and evolution. It provides information about classification, the method used to group and name animals and other living things, describing Linnaeuss classification system, explaining how animals ar --Clark County School District Library Services
Clear language, embedded definitions, and interesting examples illustrate abstract concepts through both text and well-chosen photographs. The authors do not avoid difficult or controversial issues: Changing Life, for example, provides a clear and useful --School Library Journal
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Book Description Raintree, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111410933334