National Geographic Readers: Alligators and Crocodiles

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Alligators and Crocodiles In this book, there are 32 pages of facts about alligators and crocodiles. There were good facts about how alligators and crocodiles are different. I learned that bumpy plates covered their bodies. I thought it was cool that some of the mother crocodilians dig holes for a nest and will carry their babies in their mouths to the water. I think the babies are sure when they hatch. I also learned that alligator teeth are hollow, and that crocodilians can ROAR like a lion! The largest crocodilian was the saltwater crocodile, which can be over 20 feet long and weigh 2200 pounds.

I like this book because I like alligators and crocodiles. It tells me lot about them. The pictures are amazing because you can really see different features of crocodilians. My favorite picture is one of a man giving meat to a crocodilian. I wouldn’t ever want to feed one, though!

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Author Laura Marsh
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher National Geographic Children’s Books
Publish Date 14-Apr-2015
ISBN 9781426319471
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Issue August 2015
Category Early Reader


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