by Anita Louise McCormick
Around the world, there are creatures that avoid being eaten because of their ability to mimic. If an insect, snake, or other creature looks like an animal that is poisonous or tastes bad, the predators will most likely leave it alone. Filled with informative “fun fact” boxes, full-color photographs, and intriguing sidebars, this book will help readers discover the many ways that wild animals use mimicry to stay alive. Students will also learn about predators that use mimicry to disguise themselves when they are hunting for food.
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