What Senses Do Animals Have? (Big Science Ideas Series)


What Senses Do Animals Have? (Big Science Ideas Series)

Students learn about worker bees that have more than 5,000 lenses in each eye and dragonflies have more than 30,000 and about chameleon eyes that can move in opposite directions at the same time. This fascinating book will thrill children with facts, such as how crickets hear with their legs, how bats and dolphins use echolocation, how elephants hear low-frequency sounds, and how sharks use their lateral line for sensing movement in water. Other topics include animals that can sense ultraviolet and infrared light, temperature changes, and smells, and those that are able to detect magnetic fields. This book, illustrated with magnificent photographs, offers engaging reading for students in grades 2 to 3.


ISBN 9780778733058

Author: Bobbie Kalman

Big Science Ideas Series Mix and Match: Receive 10% off when ordering 10 or more of any items in this series. Upon checkout, discounts for all items are added together and collectively subtracted from the total.

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