Rats, Bats, and Xenarthrans

Rats, Bats, and Xenarthrans

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"While we may often find them nestled in the corners of our attics or traversing our yards, rodents and bats are more frequently found in nature and originate in a large variety of shapes and sizes. Together they make up over half of the planet's mammal species. While there are only 29 species of xenarthrans-an ancient line of mammals comprised of sloths, anteaters, and armadillos-they are significant players in various ecosystems, as well. This colorful volume considers the features, behaviors, and major species of these three intriguing categories of mammals."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Chicago, IL USA: Britannica Educational Publishing, 2010
Edition: 1st
ISBN: 9781615304097
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1 online resource (256 pages)

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