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How do some young animals know what to do and how to do it? Does someone teach a caterpillar what to eat? Who gives a baby shark swimming lessons? Sometimes young animals learn things from their parents, but other times… they just know! Explore animal instincts through engaging text and fanciful illustrations.
Isn't it amazing how some critters and creatures do things by instinct? For instance, a horn shark knows to stay in the shallow end until it can swim. It wasn't taught that behavior; Rather, it already instinctively knows. They Just Know: Animal Instincts tells of some animal and insect behavior that is done based on instinct. The illustrations are done in an adorable tongue in cheek fashion.
The "For Creative Minds" section in the back of the book has a couple of lessons on Instinct versus Learned Behaviors. It also has a matching exercise for children to match up young animals with their parents. Also included is a study on metamorphosis.
They Just Know: Animal Instincts is a Fall 2015 book release by Arbordale Publishing.
One person will win a book copy of They Just Know: Animal Instincts.
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