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By Bobbie Kalman

Younger readers can be extremely joyful to profit all approximately temperate combined forests, that are packed with a large choice of attention-grabbing crops and animals. A woodland Habitat explains, in easy-to-understand language, how the habitat alterations because the seasons switch. Full-color photographs and illustrations additionally aid train kids about:

discovering foodstuff in forests

woodland homes

Hibernation and migration

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Plants use the sun’s energy to make food. Animals get energy by eating. A woodrat is a herbivore. It gets energy by eating leaves. woodrat Energy for carnivores A carnivore gets energy by eating other animals. A spotted owl is a carnivore. It gets energy by eating a woodrat. 29 Warm in winter In autumn, many forest animals grow thicker fur. The thick fur keeps the animals warm in cold, winter weather. This wolf has thick winter fur. 30 Moving on Winter weather is too cold for some animals. These animals leave their forest habitats in autumn.

It gets energy by eating leaves. woodrat Energy for carnivores A carnivore gets energy by eating other animals. A spotted owl is a carnivore. It gets energy by eating a woodrat. 29 Warm in winter In autumn, many forest animals grow thicker fur. The thick fur keeps the animals warm in cold, winter weather. This wolf has thick winter fur. 30 Moving on Winter weather is too cold for some animals. These animals leave their forest habitats in autumn. They travel to warmer habitats for the winter. In spring, they return to their habitats.

Plants use the sun’s energy to make food. Animals get energy by eating. A woodrat is a herbivore. It gets energy by eating leaves. woodrat Energy for carnivores A carnivore gets energy by eating other animals. A spotted owl is a carnivore. It gets energy by eating a woodrat. 29 Warm in winter In autumn, many forest animals grow thicker fur. The thick fur keeps the animals warm in cold, winter weather. This wolf has thick winter fur. 30 Moving on Winter weather is too cold for some animals. These animals leave their forest habitats in autumn.

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