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Wildlife Wonders: Why Do Plants Have Flowers?

Pat Jacobs

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Wildlife Wonders, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 9 years, Prose: non-fiction, Science & technology: general interest (Children's

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A science series exploring the wonderful diversity of the natural world.

An original new science series which explores the key characteristics that divide the main animal and plant groups, and looks at how these characteristics have evolved over time. The information is supported by examples that highlight the quirky and amazing qualities of the natural world, as well as revealing the dazzling variety within each group.

Why do Plants Have Flowers? looks at the features that make plants so unique. It describes how they have evolved over time, and looks at how flowers, seeds and pollintation developed. Behaviour, habitats and adaptation all also feature.

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