6 edition of Rabbits & Hares found in the catalog.
Rabbits & Hares
by Whittet Books, Limited
Written in English
British Natural History
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
I first heard of rabbit rabbit in a book as a child. It was a book called Trixie Belden and The Mystery of the Emeralds. In the book, Trixie had to say it on the last night of the month before going to sleep and again in the morning. My Grandmother always said Hares Hares Rabbits Rabbits on the 1st of everymonth and they had to be the first. Pp B/w illustrations by Guy Troughton, brief bibliography. Slightly used but good, solidly intact second-hand paperback. As usual with these Whittet monographs, this is a first-class introduction to the ecology and biology of rabbits and hares, written by an expert .
Nov 1, - Explore notwen's board "Rabbits & Hares" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Bunny art, Rabbit art and Hare pins. And then there’s rabbits and hares. I looked into these critters while researching the triskelion and — yes! — fell down a rabbit-hole. Three-legged cousin to the swastika, the triskelion is a wheel built of three spiraling tendrils, three human legs bent at the knee, or three leaping hares.
With informative photographs and an accessible format, Rabbits: The Animal Answer Guide is the one resource you will need to learn about rabbits' anatomy and physiology, evolutionary history, ecology, behavior, and their relationships with humans. Lumpkin and Seidensticker also talk about conservation, because while rabbits may breed like, well. Rabbit producers, feed manufacturers, animal nutritionists, and others interested in rabbit production will find this book to be the new authority. Comprehensive and up-to-date, the book evaluates new information on such topics as protein digestion and requirements, nutrition/disease interrelationships, feeding behavior, and nutrional factors.
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An excellent educational book about rabbits. My 1st grader used it for a class report and really liked the book. It is serious and doesn't try to truss up the content with silly jokes or cartoons, but it is still clear and engaging to young audiences/5(10).
Introducing Rabbits, Bunnies and Hares. The perfect book for kids and bunny lovers. Get ready to sketch, search and solve, because this book is virtually brimming with 5/5(3). Amazing facts, photos and video links to one of the world's most adorable pets.
Rabbit books for kids - a fun and fascinating way for young readers to discover more about rabbits and hares. IP Factly's Facts series has been designed to encourage and bolster independent reading/5.
Rabbits & Hares book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Anne McBride here provides the lifestyle and biology of rabbits and hares.4/5(3). 52 rows Ruby's little brother, who usually says one word or sentence in each book and seems to.
This counting book features rabbits involved in different Native American traditions. Brown Rabbit’s Shapes by Alan Baker Brown Rabbit receives a package and discovers many different shapes on it and in it.
Welcome to the World of Rabbits and Hares by Diane Swanson This book contains a lot of facts and information about rabbits and hares. The definitive guide to all lagomorphs—pikas, rabbits, and hares. Numbering 92 species worldwide, members of the order Lagomorpha are familiar to people throughout the world, and yet their remarkable diversity and ecological importance are often underappreciated.
Another one to seek out is The Hare Book, edited by Jane Russ for The Hare Preservation Trust (UK), which is a delightful and informative compilation of stories and facts about hares accompanied by photographs and art -- including contributions from Jackie Morris, Virginia Lee, and Hannah Willow.
(I particularly recommend Jackie's story in the. This Action Plan provides an overview of the state of knowledge about all species of lagomorphs, provides a contemporary framework about their importance to humans and the world's ecosystems, reviews their status on a worldwide scale, and makes recommendations for conservation action to prevent the extinction of any lagomorph species and to allow their populations to recover to safe and.
This book for the young reader tells them about the different kind of rabbits and hares in the world, where they live, what they like, what they eat, how they reproduce and defend themselves against The book is one of the "Nature Study" series.
Rabbits and hares are both good and bad in Trickster tales found all the way from Asia and Africa to North America. In the Panchatantra tales of India, for example, Hare is a wily Trickster whose cleverness and cunning is pitted against Elephant and Lion, while in Tibetan folktales, quick-thinking Hare outwits the ruses of predatory Tiger.
Watership Down is a survival and adventure novel by English author Richard Adams, published by Rex Collings Ltd of London in Set in southern England, around Hampshire, the story features a small group of gh they live in their natural wild environment, with burrows, they are anthropomorphised, possessing their own culture, language, proverbs, poetry, and : Richard Adams.
Rabbits are mammals of the order are about fifty different species of rabbits and order Lagomorpha is made of rabbits, pikas and hares. Rabbits can be found in many parts of the live in families and eat vegetables and the wild, rabbits live in burrows, that they dig themselves.A group of rabbits living together in a burrow is called a : Mammalia.
Get this from a library. Rabbits and hares. [Diane Swanson] -- Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, and habitat of rabbits and hares, some of which can run at speeds of forty-five miles per hour or more.
The world of rabbits and hares is a world of. There are more than types of rabbits and hares, both domestic and wild, from snowshoe hares to Flemish giants.
Despite their extraordinary ability to reproduce, many wild rabbits are in danger. Rabbits and hares are plant-eating mammals with big ears and large front teeth. Hares are generally larger with longer ears and larger feet and can run faster than rabbits.
Their eyes are located on the sides of their head. This gives them an all-around view, which is useful for spotting predators easily. Rabbits and hares are mammals with long ears.
There are about 28 species, or types, of rabbit and about 30 species of hare. They all belong to the same animal family, called Leporidae. Because rabbits and hares look similar, people sometimes confuse them. For. About this book. Numbering 92 species worldwide, the order Lagomorpha is a focal point of conservation efforts.
Aimed at naturalists, professional biologists, and students, Lagomorphs: Pikas, Rabbits, and Hares of the World will also serve as a valuable reference for those conducting biodiversity surveys and conservation throughout the world. The first cases of rabbit virus have been confirmed in hares in the UK, highlighting a major new threat to the UK’s rapidly dwindling brown hare population.
Two cases of the deadly rabbit. Did you know that there are more than 90 species of rabbits, hares, and pikas, rabbits' little-known cousins. And that new species are still being found.
Or that baby rabbits nurse from their mothers only once a day. How about that some people brew medicinal tea from rabbit pellets. Wildlife conservationists Susan Lumpkin and John Seidensticker have all the answers—from the mundane to.
The 'three hares' motif is an ancient mystery for our times. A warning against sin? Or a way to advertise good fortune?
A fascinating book ranges from Devon to China in. Rabbits were often featured in medieval art and are symbolic of innocence and purity. Likewise, rabbits and hares featured strongly as religious symbols. One of the primary sources in which to search for the symbolic meanings of creatures, both real and imaginary, is a .Rabbits and Hares.
Author:McBride, Anne. Book Binding:Hardback. All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated cardboard. World of Books USA was founded in Book Condition:VERYGOOD.