Unlikely Friendships in Nature
Size 215 x 280 mm | 36 pages | hardbinding
French for Europe, Simplified Chinese, Ukrainian, English for Australia and New Zealand, English for UK and USA and Canada, Polish, Vietnamese, Korean for Korea, German, Slovene, Estonian, Russian, Complex Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Serbian
Under water, on land and below the ground you’ll find pairs of animals and plants that help each other.
An antelope and a baboon. An ill-matched pair, wouldn’t you say? Well, you’re in for a surprise: these two go really well together. Each looks out for the other as they protect themselves from their enemies. And these aren’t the only two sharp-witted animals to have realized that it’s good to have a partner. A zebra has a great understanding with a little bird, a clownfish lives happily in a sea anemone, and a shark is surrounded by a large entourage of cleaner fish. Plants, too, can help other. Come with us on a journey through the natural world and discover that friendship can be found practically anywhere!