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Books with title Sea Anemones

  • Sea Anemones

    Meryl Magby

    Paperback (PowerKids Press, Aug. 15, 2012)
    Sea anemones are as pretty as the flowers after which they are named. Readers discover spectacular photos of a range of sea anemone species, including magnificent anemones, northern red anemones, and brooding anemones. Easy-to-follow text offers many fun facts, both in the main body of the text and in a special two-page fact spread. These fun, scientific facts include how anemones eat only the soft parts of their prey and spit out the shells and bones. Another fact budding ichthyologists and curious minds will discover is that a sea anemones stinging tentacles not only keep it safe but also protect other animals, such as clown fish, that hide among them.
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  • Sea Anemones

    Jody S. Rake

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Readers will learn just how amazing sea anemones can be. The many species of this ocean invertebrate may not look like other undersea animals, but they have some amazing adaptations and behaviors that help them survive. Without faces, limbs, bones, blood, or a brain, sea anemones have incredible ways eating, moving, reproducing, and defending themselves.
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  • Sea Anemones

    Meryl Magby

    Library Binding (Powerkids Pr, Aug. 10, 2012)
    Sea anemones are as pretty as the flowers after which they are named. Readers discover spectacular photos of a range of sea anemone species, including magnificent anemones, northern red anemones, and brooding anemones. Easy-to-follow text offers many fun facts, both in the main body of the text and in a special two-page fact spread. These fun, scientific facts include how anemones eat only the soft parts of their prey and spit out the shells and bones. Another fact budding ichthyologists and curious minds will discover is that a sea anemone’s stinging tentacles not only keep it safe but also protect other animals, such as clown fish, that hide among them.
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  • Sea Anemones

    Mari C Schuh

    Library Binding (Blastoff Reader, Jan. 1, 2017)
    "Simple text and full-color photography introduce beginning readers to sea anemones. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade"--
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  • Sea Anemones

    Martha E. H. Rustad

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Sept. 1, 2007)
    Sea anemones have poisonous tentacles that they use to sting some kinds of fish. Explore what sea anemones are, where they live, and how they protect clown fish!
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  • Sea Anemone

    Dominique A. Didier

    language (Cherry Lake Publishing, Dec. 1, 2014)
    The ocean is home to a variety of fascinating animals. Strange Sea Creatures: Sea Anemone dives in and gives readers a chance to explore this interesting creature that can look more like a flower than an animal. This captivating book provides fascinating facts about these under water animals, including their many tentacled crown, habitats, food sources, life cycles, and more. Strange Sea Creatures: Sea Anemone provides an interactive approach to teaching life science. The book introduces basic concepts and ideas while also providing activities and exercises that engage students in processes and skills that are essential to scientific learning and discovery.
  • Sea Anemones

    Lola M. Schaefer

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Sept. 1, 1998)
    Text and photographs introduce the physical characteristics and behavior of sea anemones.
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  • Sea Anemones

    Walter Laplante

    Paperback (Gareth Stevens Pub, Aug. 1, 2015)
    Even the most inactive animals can be dangerous! The deadly stinging tentacles of the sea anemone are useful and multifunctional. Theyre used to kill and capture food, keep predators away, and protect territory. Readers dive deep into the world of these fascinating invertebrates, learning many facts, including details about their body structure and their symbiotic relationship with clown fish. Brightly colored photographs showcase the beauty of the sea anemone and its marine environment. Fact boxes add even more information to main content that supports the science curriculum.
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  • Sea Anemones

    Jody S. Rake

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2016)
    Readers will learn just how amazing sea anemones can be. The many species of this ocean invertebrate may not look like other undersea animals, but they have some amazing adaptations and behaviors that help them survive. Without faces, limbs, bones, blood, or a brain, sea anemones have incredible ways eating, moving, reproducing, and defending themselves.
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  • Sea Anemones

    Kris Hirschmann

    Hardcover (KidHaven, June 10, 2005)
    There are about 900 types of sea anemones in the world. This book highlights some of these species and examines general sea anemone locations, anatomy, reproduction, food gathering techniques, and defenses. The sea anemone's commensal relationships with clownfish and other creatures are also discussed.
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  • Sea Anemones

    Jody Sullivan

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Sept. 1, 2005)
    Text and photographs present sea anemones, where they live, how they look, and what they do.
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  • Sea Anemones

    Walter Laplante

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Pub, Aug. 1, 2015)
    Introduces sea anemones, discussing their physical characteristics, how they protect themselves, what they eat, and how long they live.
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