The Animal Mating Game by Ann Downer
The Wacky, Weird World of Sex in the Animal Kingdom

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A unique and well-organized survey of reproductive behaviors that belongs in every middle and upper school library but will probably not last long on the shelf.
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Birds do it, bees do it, penguins do it, and orangutans do it. By having sex and giving birth to offspring, animals ensure that their species will survive into the next generation. And in this quest for survival, animals go to great lengths.

Some animal mating techniques may strike you as strange or gross, but to the animals themselves, these practices are essential. Animals with the best strategies for choosing mates and making babies ensure that their species live on. Without animal sex, there would be no animal life.
 

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Published October 1, 2016 by Twenty-First Century Books. 104 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math.
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on Jul 20 2016

A unique and well-organized survey of reproductive behaviors that belongs in every middle and upper school library but will probably not last long on the shelf.

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