South American tapirs

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After carrying her calf for 13 months, a mother South American tapir gives birth to her young on land. So begins the life of a baby South American tapir. In this coming-of-age introduction to these mammals, readers will learn that when born, baby South American tapirs resemble watermelons because of their shape and coloring. Children will also discover that the babies stay close to their mothers for more than a year before they are ready to head out on their own as adults. The colorful interior spreads and gorgeous photos of South American tapir babies are sure to delight emergent readers.
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Level 3.3, 0.5 Points
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Grouping Titlesouth american tapirs
Grouping Authorlynette rachel
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Last Grouping Update2019-11-08 15:42:52PM
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ils:.b41772854BookBooksEnglishBearport Publishing, [2013]24 pages : color illustrations ; 19 cm.
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subject_facetAnimals -- South America -- Juvenile literature
Juvenile works
Literature
South America
Tapirs
Tapirs -- Juvenile literature
Tapirs -- South America -- Juvenile literature
title_displaySouth American tapirs
title_fullSouth American tapirs / by Rachel Lynette ; consultant, Dr. Mark C. Andersen, professor, Department of Fish Wildlife and Conservation Ecology, New Mexico State University
title_shortSouth American tapirs
topic_facetAnimals
Tapirs