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Africa's Most Amazing Plants

Scott, Michael (Book - 2008 )
Africa's Most Amazing Plants


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Baker & Taylor
Presents information about ten North American plants, including the baobab, the parasol lily, and the giant lobelia, discussing their physical characteristics, unique features, lifespan, and habitat.

Capstone Pr Inc
"Why is the baobab tree called the “bottle tree”? How do castor beans spread their seeds? Why do stone cacti look like stones? Africa features dry deserts, wet rainforests, tall mountains, and great stretches of grassland. Find out how Africa's most incredible plants make their home here."

Authors: Scott, Michael
Statement of Responsibility: Michael Scott and Angela Royston
Title: Africa's most amazing plants
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. :, Raintree,, c2008
Characteristics: 32 p. :,col. ill. ;,27 cm.
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