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Monkeys of Central and South America by
Call Number: J Easy 599.8 MAR
Publication Date: 2000
Describes the physical characteristics, habitats, life cycles, and behavior of New World monkeys, which live in South and Central America.
South American Animals by
Call Number: J591.98 ARN
Publication Date: 1999
Discusses the variety of animals found in the rainforests, mountains, grasslands, and coastal regions of South America, including the birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
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Map of Central and South America
Call Number: J597.96 GIL
Publication Date: 2012
Giant snakes --Up close! --Catching food --Growing up --Staying safe.
Summary: "Simple text and photographs present anacondas, how they look, where they live, and what they do"-Provided by publisher.
Peanut-Head Bugs by
Call Number: J EASY 595.752 HIP
Publication Date: 2003
A bug with many names -- Throat-beaked bugs -- Plantsuckers and prey -- What's in that head? -- Lizard or lunch? -- Surprise! -- Young bugs -- Growing up -- Mating and laying eggs -- Peanut-head myths.
Introduces the insects of the Fulgoridae family, which live on the sap of Central and South American simaruba trees and are sometimes called peanut-head bugs
Big Cats by
Call Number: J599.75 WAL
Publication Date: 2002
A simple presentation of the physical characteristics, habitat, and life cycle of such big cats as the leopard, tiger, and puma.