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Mitchell, Susan K.
Berkeley Heights, NJ : Enslow, 2009
IL 5-8, RL 6.4
ISBN 0766032949
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When you see a large lion, you can quickly figure out how it defends itself.  Those fangs and claws are a sure bet to do some damage.  But what about butterflies and frogs and other small animals?  How do they defend themselves against larger animals?  Well, anyone who has ever been near a skunk knows that they can spray a horrible chemical that is a sure way to make preditors run away.  Many animals have chemical defenses that can keep them safe from larger animals.  What's the worst smell you have ever come in contact with?
SUBJECTS:     Animal defenses.

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