ForestlandsBook - 2005
Forests provide food and shelter for the creatures that live among trees. Some inhabit the treetops, some live halfway to the top, some occupy areas in or near the ground. Flying, crawling, jumping, digging creatures live together. They treat their stronger neighbors with caution. They act with aggression towards invaders of their particular territories. They prey on each other in the balance of nature, called a food chain, that is part of any wildlife habitat.
Publisher: Detroit : Blackbirch Press : Thomson/Gale, 2005.
Characteristics: 48 pages :,color illustrations ;,20 x 24 cm.
Alternative Title: Forest lands