Migration : incredible animal journeys
"Every year, millions of animals of all shapes and sizes make epic journeys across our planet. Animals migrate because their environment changes. They travel to find food or give birth safely, often enduring harsh weather and dodging hungry predators. Emperor penguins trudge through snow, ice, and bitter temperatures to reach their breeding grounds. Great white sharks swim more than 6,000 miles in search of prey. African elephants trek through barren desert on their yearly hunt for water. Each species has its own story to tell."--
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|Location||Call Number /
|Ontario Public Library||J591.56 UNW (Text)
|Palmyra Community Library||J 591.568 UNW (Text)