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National Geographic Little KidsNational Geographic Little Kids

National Geographic Little Kids November - December 2018

National Geographic Little Kids magazine - perfect for children ages 3 to 6. Irresistible photos and simple text to enhance early reading experiences, along with games, puzzles, and activities, that turn playtime into learning time.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
National Geographic Society
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sneaky lynx

Lynx are wild cats that live in woods and forests. They have to be sneaky to find food. These cats are not as fast as the deer and other animals they hunt. To catch them, a lynx hides and then surprises its prey. Some lynx have spots. Some lynx have stripes. Some have both. A lynx blends in with the winter snow or the dark woods. When a deer comes close, the lynx pounces on the surprised animal. A lynx hunts animals bigger than it is. Except for mothers with cubs, lynx live and hunt alone. The tufts on a lynx’s ears help it hear. Now it is dinnertime for the lynx and her cub. ARTERRA / UIG VIA GETTY IMAGES (SUMMER COAT); KJEKOL /ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES (IN SNOW); ONDREJ PROSICKY / SHUTTERSTOCK(ON LOG); © KLAUS ECHLE /…

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walruses!

A baby walrus starts to grow tusks when it is about four months old. A walrus has whiskers and tusks on its head. It uses both things to survive. A walrus has 400 to 700 whiskers on its face. Whiskers help a walrus feel things, like you use your fingertips. It wiggles its whiskers through the sand to search for food. Walruses use their tusks to climb out of the water. They hook their tusks onto the ice and pull their bodies up. Walruses live where it is so cold that ice covers the ocean. Tusks can be as long as a three-year-old child. Tusks also protect walruses from hungry polar bears. NOW SHOWING! WALRUS VIDEO natgeolittlekids.com/november PAUL NICKLEN / NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE (MOM ANDBABY); © TEERAPARP MAYTHAVEE / DREAMSTIME (WHISKERS)…

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wild cards

common hamster FUN FACTS Hamsters live in the wild in Europe and Asia. The common hamster is one of several kinds of hamsters. It is often kept as a pet. alpine ibex FUN FACTS Ibex live high in the mountains. A baby ibex can follow its mother and climb on rocky cliffs when it is only one day old. lion FUN FACTS The hair around a male lion’s face and neck is called a mane. It begins to grow when he is about three and a half years old. Kenyan rock agama lizard FUN FACTS This lizard waits patiently for its food. It hides in the shade. When an insect passes by, the lizard uses its sticky tongue to catch it. masked trogon FUN FACTS The male masked trogon is more colorful than the female. These birds catch insects as they fly. Trogons also…

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