The Butterflies of West Virginia and Their Caterpillars

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The female hunts and kills prey, feeds the group and takes care of the young. According to this theory, long, long ago, two very different animals, one destined to be wormy, the other destined to take wing, accidently mated, and somehow their genes learned to live side-by-side in their descendants. Native American rituals and practices are rooted in connection with all aspects of life and the Great Spirit (God). Today's small animal pets include more than 40 breeds of rabbit, 13 breeds of guinea pig, five species of hamster, plus ferrets, chinchillas, gerbils, hedgehogs, mice, rats and sugar gliders.

Pages: 388

Publisher: Univ of Pittsburgh Pr (Txt) (October 1997)

ISBN: 0822939738

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