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Other than the size of their ears (African elephants have much larger ears), how else do African and Asian elephants differ? Well, both male and female African elephants, rather than just some male Asian elephants, have long tusks. And African elephants also have two, rather than one, finger-like digits in their trunks to help grip. African elephants have more wrinkly skin, and their heads are more rounded, whereas Asian elephants have twin-domed heads. Elephants is an outstanding collection of photographs and captions showing these majestic animals in their natural habitat. You’ll discover how, yes, African and Asian elephants differ, but also about the different species or subspecies in each continent.
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Do they really have nine lives? Are felines blessed with supernatural powers that transcend the abilities of mere ‘ordinary’ animals? Living Proof is a collection of true – although sometimes seemingly ‘impawsible’ – stories from around the world, in which the heroes and heroines appear to prove these theories without a shadow of doubt! Certain to make you both laugh and cry, this delightful book is a celebration of our favourite pet and its amazing ability to survive against all the odds.