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Animal Architects - How Spiders and Other Silkmakers Build Their Amazing Homes

Book Description
Meet the silkmakers, some of the most remarkable, yet often overlooked, animal architects in the natural world. Find out how a trapdoor spider builds an amazing hideout, with a hidden door that springs open when pr... More
Book Information
PublisherBlackbirch Press Thomson Gale
BindingBoard book
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages64
Publication Date08/26/1999
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About W. Wright Robinson (Author) : W. Wright Robinson is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of W. Wright Robinson include Animal Architects - How Insects Build Their Amazing Homes (Animal Architects),... more
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