Over 45 accurate and attractive depictions of the honeybee, black carpenter ant, eastern box turtle, corn snake, luna moth, red fox, cedar waxwing, raccoon, star-nosed mole, and other creatures commonly found in the forests of the eastern U.S. and Canada — all shown in their natural habitats. F... read more
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Over 45 accurate and attractive depictions of the honeybee, black carpenter ant, eastern box turtle, corn snake, luna moth, red fox, cedar waxwing, raccoon, star-nosed mole, and other creatures commonly found in the forests of the eastern U.S. and Canada — all shown in their natural habitats. Fact-filled captions.
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