STRANGE COMPANIONS IN NATURE by Olive L. Earle
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STRANGE COMPANIONS IN NATURE

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The ant has his aphids, the rhino his tickbird, the shark his pilot fish and the outstanding author/illustrator has captured these and about forty more strange but practical alliances between large and small animals, birds and fish. As usual, the text is clear, accurate and written without condescension and her large black and white drawings, dexterously detailed, come at just the point in the text where they need to be for reader visualization. An excellent addition to Miss Earle's other early natural history books--Crickets, Camels and Llamas, Paws, Hoofs and Flippers, etc.

Pub Date: Feb. 23rd, 1966
Publisher: Morrow