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Welcome to the secret world of skeletons! From the largest elephant to the smallest mouse, each animal is different, and that goes for their bones, too!




Meet a whole host of amazing skeletons and learn about what makes each one unique, from how to tell a gorilla from a human to how to recognize a turtle just from its skull.
Lift the flaps to discover each skeleton's animal owner, and find out amazing anatomy facts along the way!

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About Cap Henri

Henri Cap has a doctorate in Ethology, the study of animal behaviour, and is the resident zoologist at the museum of natural history in Toulouse. He has authored several scientific texts, and teaches animal biology and the evolution of animal behaviour.

Raphael Martin is an author and editor living in Toulouse, where he writes for children and adults alike...

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