Army ants move along the jungle floor with millions of their friends, eating everything in sight. Pacific golden plovers fly nonstop for five days across the ocean. Whether to relocate, find food or raise their young, animals migrate in many surprising ways. In this book in the Animal Behavior series, discover how, when, where, and why animals migrate.
Kaner's book equips elementary-age students with a basic knowledge of migration, along with enough specific detail to enable them to accurately imagine life as an animal on the go.
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