By Rebecca Hogue Wojahn
Utilizing a game-like layout, this ebook illustrates the interplay of crops and animals within the Asian mangrove wooded area. The books numerous tale paths demonstrate the advanced and mild meals net of the mangrove woodland. attractive textual content and bright layout aid exhibit key curricular suggestions regarding meals webs and biomes.
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Another crab comes up, a female. Like all females, she has two small claws. The male crab raises his large claw at her. But before he can get her attention, another male crab pushes his way in, waving his bright orange claw at the Like fish, fiddler crabs breathe porcelain fiddler crab. through gills. So they must The orange-clawed stay wet so they can breathe. crab pounds his claw on To help keep their gills moist, the sand. Then he pushes little hairs grow at the base at the porcelain crab. The of their legs.
Without places to live, fewer monkeys are born and fewer survive. That’s why they’re endangered. And that’s why this is a dead end. Porcelain Fiddler Crab (Uca annulipes) 51 As the tide goes out, the water draws away from the beach and the burrows of porcelain fiddler crabs. A crab pokes his head out of his burrow. The first thing out are his eyes. Poised on the top of long stalks, they survey the sand. No crab-eating birds, snakes, or lizards are around. The crab creeps out of his hole in the sand.
It’s their favorite hunting grounds. 41 The archerfish uses his large eyes to watch the roots above. The school swirls around a mossy root. A tiny lizard crawls on top of it. The lizard is unaware of the danger below. The archerfish, with their narrow, dark backs, look like shadows on the water from above. The archerfish draws water into his mouth. He uses his tongue to settle the water into a special groove on the top of his mouth. Then he raises his lips to the surfaces of the water. He clenches his gills shut and—pow!
A Mangrove Forest Food Chain: A Who-Eats-What Adventure in Asia (Follow That Food Chain) by Rebecca Hogue Wojahn