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Northcott/Corbis LEARN MORE! READ THESE ARTICLES… BIRDS • LIZARDS • PIGS 60 © 2008 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. T GH SE A © Michael & Patricia Fogden/Corbis side from worms, almost every animal you see on land has legs. But snakes are different. They don’t have legs, or arms either. Most snakes move around by pushing against the ground, scraping it with their tough scales. Snakes look slippery and slimy, but they’re not. Their skin actually feels like cool soft leather. As a snake gets bigger, its skin gets tighter and tighter until the snake wiggles right out of it, wearing a new skin.

Page 56 LEARN MORE look under birds; insects; mammals; reptiles burros (mammals): look under donkeys antennae, also called antennas ants page 35 butterflies and moths (insects) page 39 Did you know? page 37 anthills ants page 35 cats (mammals) page 7 ants (insects) page 35 Did you know? page 20 bulls (mammals) cattle page 8 cattle (mammals) page 8 LEARN MORE look under bison; pigs; sheep aphids (insects) ants page 35 chameleons (reptiles) lizards page 52 army ants (insects) Did you know? page 34 chewing the cud cattle page 9 baboons (mammals) monkeys page 55, photograph page 55 chihuahuas (mammals) dogs page 11 bald eagles (birds) eagles page 22, photograph page 23 claws cats page 7 barn owls (birds) owls photograph page 26 cockatoos (birds): look under parrots and cockatoos bearded pigs (mammals) pigs page 16 cockroaches (insects) page 41 bee bread bees page 37 cows (mammals) cattle page 8, photograph page 8 insects page 33, illustration page 33 drones (insects) bees page 37 eagles (birds) page 22 endangered animals: look under wisents European bison (mammals): look under wisents eyes horses page 14 owls page 27 farm animals: look under cattle; pigs; sheep feathers birds page 21 five-lined skinks (reptiles) lizards photograph page 53 frogs (amphibians) Did you know?

Grasshoppers (insects) page 45 insects page 33 hares (mammals): look under rabbits and hares Holsteins (mammals) cattle page 8, photograph page 9 honey bees page 37 honeycombs bees photograph page 36 hooves (animal feet) horses page 14 63 horseback riding horses photograph page 15 horses (mammals) page 14 house cats (mammals): look under cats howler monkeys (mammals) monkeys page 55 Indians (Native Americans): look under American Indians insecticide mosquitoes page 47 insects (animals) page 33 LEARN MORE look under ants; bees; butterflies and moths; cockroaches; crickets; grasshoppers; mosquitoes Irish wolfhounds (mammals) dogs page 11 jackals (mammals) Did you know?

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