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Stephen Savage



Stephen Savage is a biologist and natural history lecturer. He is also an assosiation member of the Institute of Biologists and an adviser for the British Marine Life Study Society.
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Mammals

Stephen Savage
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Stephen Savage

Classification: Focus on: Mammals shows children how to identify and group mammals according to their characteristics. It answers questions such as what is a mammal? Where do mammals live? What do mammals eat? And how do mammals keep cool? Along with many others.The book looks at mammals from monkeys and bears to elephants and meerkats and their young, as well as some more unusual mammals such as mole rats and duck-billed platypuses. It also offers advice on keeping mammals as pets. The book also contains a useful scale to demonstrate the size of many amphibians in comparison to a human hand or an adult male, along with a topic web, a glossary and some suggestions for extension activities.Other titles in the series include Classification: Focus on: Amphibians, Classification: Focus on: Birds, Classification: Focus on: Insects, Classification: Focus on: Reptiles and Classification: Focus on: Fish.

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Reptiles

Stephen Savage
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Stephen Savage
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Fish

Stephen Savage
Authors:
Stephen Savage

Classification: Focus on: Fish shows children how to identify and group fish according to their characteristics. It answers questions such as what is a fish? Where do fish live? What do fish eat? And how do fish move about? Along with many others.The book looks at fish from sharks and piranhas to pufferfish and catfish and their young, as well as some more unusual amphibians such as lampreys and cleaner wrasses. It also offers advice on keeping fish as pets. The book also contains a useful scale to demonstrate the size of many fish in comparison to a human hand or an adult man, along with a topic web, a glossary and some suggestions for extension activities.Other titles in the series include Classification: Focus on: Birds, Classification: Focus on: Insects, Classification: Focus on: Reptiles and Classification: Focus on: Mammals.

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Insects

Stephen Savage
Authors:
Stephen Savage
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Birds

Stephen Savage
Authors:
Stephen Savage

Classification: Focus on: Birds shows children how to identify and group birds according to their characteristics. It answers questions such as what is a bird? Where do birds live? What do birds eat? And how do birds get around? Along with many others.The book looks at birds from owls and penguins to eagles and hawks and their young, as well as some more unusual birds such as pelicans and secretary birds. It also offers advice on keeping birds as pets. The book also contains a useful scale to demonstrate the size of many amphibians in comparison to an adult man, along with a topic web, a glossary and some suggestions for extension activities.Other titles in the series include Classification: Focus on: Amphibians, Classification: Focus on: Insects, Classification: Focus on: Reptiles, Classification: Focus on: Mammals and Classification: Focus on: Fish.

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Amphibians

Stephen Savage
Authors:
Stephen Savage

Classification: Focus on: Amphibians shows children how to identify and group amphibians according to their characteristics. It answers questions such as what is an amphibian? Where do amphibians live? What do amphibians eat? And how do amphibians keep cool? Along with many others.The book looks at amphibians from frogs and toads to newts and salamanders and their young, as well as some more unusual amphibians such as caecilians and axolotls. It also offers advice on keeping amphibians as pets. The book also contains a useful scale to demonstrate the size of many amphibians in comparison to a human hand, along with a topic web, a glossary and some suggestions for extension activities.Other titles in the series include Classification: Focus on: Birds, Classification: Focus on: Insects, Classification: Focus on: Reptiles, Classification: Focus on: Mammals and Classification: Focus on: Fish.

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Duck

Stephen Savage
Authors:
Stephen Savage
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Mouse

Stephen Savage
Authors:
Stephen Savage

Do you know what a mouse eats? Could you identify its footprint? Do you know what its nest looks like? Follow the mouse's life cycle, from the first few hours of a new-born pup to finding a mate. Look inside to discover the exciting world of the mouse, from behind the walls of inner-city homes to remote rural hedgerows - explore some of the different habitats that are the mouse's home. Find out about the threats facing mice today and why they can become pests.

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Bat

Stephen Savage
Authors:
Stephen Savage

Discover the exciting world of the bat, from inner-city homes to remote woodlands - explore some of the different habitats that are the bat's home. Find out how bats catch their prey in the dark, what happens to them in winter, and how you can look for signs of a bat in your neighbourhood.Includes an animal map, locator map, life cycle summary and 'unusual fact' boxes.

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Snake

Stephen Savage
Authors:
Stephen Savage

Discover the exciting world of the grass snake, from a garden compost heap to a remote heathland - explore some of the different habitats that are the snake's home.Could you tell the difference between a grass snake and an adder? Do you know where grass snakes live? Have you ever seen one catching its prey?Follow the snake's life cycle, from the hatching of a snakelet to finding a mate. And find out about the threats facing snakes today and why some people are afraid of them.Includes an animal map, locator map, life cycle summary and 'unusual fact' boxes.

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Owl

Stephen Savage
Authors:
Stephen Savage