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Animal Records: The Biggest, Fastest, Weirdest, Tiniest, Slowest, and Deadliest Creatures on the Planet

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Lively and information-packed, this book is bursting with mind-blowing animal records.
The fastest, the biggest, the most poisonous-it's all here for kids to discover. It's a visual feast of colourful photographs surrounded by swirling, expanding, and climbing bits of information in a high-energy design - as dynamic as the animal world it celebrates.

Animal Records: The Biggest, Fastest, Weirdest, Tiniest, Slowest, and Deadliest Creatures on the Planet Reviews | Toppsta

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