Inside the Whale and Other Animals
Doubleday Book for Young Readers, 1992 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 47 pages
A voyage of discovery through the living, breathing innards of a whole ark full of creatures. See what a camel really keeps in its hump, what a mosquito does with its meal of stolen blood, and what happens to a rat after a rattlesnake has swallowed it whole. From a scorpion's stomach to a kangaroo's kidneys and the esophagus of an octopus, artist Ted Dewan gets under the skin to reveal nature's innermost workings.
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