(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.