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Weird but true! 2020: Wild & Wacky Facts & Photos!

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This bulging compendium is loaded with jaw-dropping, eye-popping, brain-bending facts and bright, bold photography!
It pairs the planet's weirdest facts with the coolest and strangest true stories. From amazing asteroids, killer plants, peculiar puffins and wonderful wombats, to the world's tiniest buildings, lost cities and strangest sporting heroes.
With engaging infographics and lots of fascinating fact files, this National Geographic fact book for kids explores animals, geography, biology, human achievement, and more. Whether it's bizarre beaches, cool cable cars, floating buildings, or brilliant bugs, this all-new 2020 annual is sure to entertain!

Weird but true! 2020: Wild & Wacky Facts & Photos! Reviews | Toppsta

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