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Destination: Australia (Destination)

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Your mission: To meet a continent full of weird and wonderful animals in their natural habitats, all in only one dayYour terrain: Field, swamp, river, coral reef, desert, scrubland, and forest

Your destination: Australia

Start in the hours before dusk and finish with the last rays of the setting sun. Meet unusual creatures you may not know, such as emus, echidnas, and a frog
Hardcover, 31 pages
Published April 1st 2000 by National Geographic Children's Books
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Jan 06, 2015 Shellys♥ Journal rated it really liked it
This is a short book about the unusual animals that are found in Australia. It is very basic. Good for small children who want to learn what the animals are in the land down under. More detail would be needed for older kids.
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