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Steve Backshall's Deadly series: Deadly Factbook: Jaws and Claws: Book 6

Steve Backshall

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Steve Backshall's Deadly, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 9 years, Prose: non-fiction, Animal stories (Children's / Teenage), Wildlife (Children's / Teenage)

Learn all about the jaws and claws of the world's most extraordinary creatures in the sixth factbook from BAFTA AWARD-winning, TV Deadly presenter Steve Backshall, packed with fascinating facts.

Did you know that the teeth of a hippopotamus can measure as much as 40 or 50 centimetres? Or that a vampire bat will sometimes regurgitate blood to another member of its colony?

Learn all about the jaws and claws of the world's most extraordinary creatures in the sixth factbook from BAFTA AWARD-winning, TV Deadly presenter Steve Backshall.

Illustrated throughout with full colour photographs and art.

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Praise for Steve Backshall's Deadly series: Deadly Factbook: Jaws and Claws: Book 6

  • Move over Bear Grylls - here comes Steve Backshall - GUARDIAN

  • If there's one man who knows his stuff about wild and deadly animals then it's Steve Backshall - FUNKIDS

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Steve Backshall

Born in 1973, Steve Backshall was brought up on a farm. He studied English at University before taking a second degree in Biology. He is the presenter of the top-rated CBBC natural history programme, DEADLY 60. After writing for ROUGH GUIDES and filming documentaries for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC he became a key member of the expedition team for the hit series, LOST LAND OF THE JAGUAR, LOST LAND OF THE VOLCANO and LOST LAND OF THE TIGER. Steve has also written several books for children.

Steve's website is http://www.stevebackshall.com/, and you can follow him on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/stevebackshallofficial and Twitter @SteveJBackshall

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