Key to Earthworms of the UK and Ireland

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Affective Network – Provide adjustable levels of challenge: (e.g. range of materials at different reading levels). There are approximately 20,000 species of butterflies in the world. Colder, wetter winters could be lethal to these creatures and hotter, drier summers could shift suitable habitats north. We just don't know exactly how they do it. Part of the wolverines ferocious way is its tenacity and persistence. Butterflies bask with their wings spread out in order to soak up the sun's heat.

Pages: 48

Publisher: Field Studies Council (September 13, 2012)

ISBN: 1908819022

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