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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Jackals

Even scavengers can build a model family. Jackals mate for life, and their offspring often stick around to help raise and protect the next litter. Such unity and support is beneficial in the… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Earthworms

Tiny bristles called setae help earthworms burrow several feet into the ground. The earthworms bring nutrients and minerals to the surface, and on the way, their tunneling aerates the ground. More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Centipedes

For centipedes, leg pairs come in odd numbers. This means they’ll never hit exactly one hundred, as their name implies. Still, these elongated arthropods can pound the pavement with a… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Orangutans

Orangutans spend much of their time in quiet solitude. That is, unless they’ve just given birth. Babies spend several years with their mother, clinging to her back as she swings from branch… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Wombats

How do you measure the success of a wombat? Count how many warrens it has! This busy burrower digs several underground homes, or warrens, complete with tunnels, sleeping chambers, and… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Jaguars

Though most members of the feline family are known to be leery of water, this big cat seeks it out! Jaguars know that rivers are stocked with fish, turtles, and other tasty prey. This… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Honey Badgers

Honey badgers never learned to pick on animals their own size. They’ll confront everything from cobras to lions, and their reckless confidence is enough to spook any foe. Read this book to… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Wolverines

The wolverine has no problem taking out prey its own size. Then come winter, it sets its sights on bigger game. Wolverines have been known to attack weak caribou, but they prefer to chomp… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Peacocks

The male peacock’s brilliance lies in his train of feathers. When he finds a potential mate, he fans out his train to impress her with his bright and shiny plumage. As far as females are… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Sea Otters

At a glance, sea otters seem to have a laid-back approach to life. Look closer and you’ll find that they tackle all kinds of tasks on their backs, like nursing their young or cracking… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Mongooses

Mongooses are nothing if not tenacious. These creative hunters whack bird eggs against hard surfaces to get at the meal within. They’ll even grapple with venomous snakes, waiting patiently… More →

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Animals · Blastoff! Readers Level 1

Capybaras

With the look of a pig-size beaver, it is not readily apparent that the water-loving capybara is actually a rodent—the largest, in fact! For this hairy mammal, the water is a source of food,… More →

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