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Endangered Planet. Boston: Kingfisher, 2004. Goodman, Susan E. Saber-Toothed Cats. Minneapolis: Millbrook Press, 2006. Gunzi, Christiane. The Best Book of Endangered and Extinct Animals. Boston: Kingfisher, 2004. S. gov/endangered/kids Walker, Sally M. Rhinos. Rev. ed. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company, 2007. org index Africa, 6, 10, 16 Asia, 24 black rhinoceros, 10–11 North America, 24 Panama, 8 Panamanian golden frog, 8–9 poachers, 10 California, 15 quagga, 6–7 dodo bird, 20–23 saber-toothed cat, 12–15 endangered animals, 10, 16, 28 Europe, 24 extinct animals, 6, 8, 12, 20, 24 woolly mammoth, 24–27 World Wildlife Fund, 28 giant panda, 28–31 zoos, 6, 8 Mauritius, 20 mountain gorilla, 16–19 32 This Page Left Blank Intentionally Do you love exotic quaggas or strong black rhinos?
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Because a panda needs to eat so much bamboo, it doesn’t hibernate during the winter as other bears do. Instead, it spends winter and spring looking for more food. 1 28 Lightly draw a base circle and curved baseline. Add a base oval. Draw a round head inside the circle. Add two ears on top of the head. 2 3 Make a rough L shape around the oval. Add a short leg. Draw a small bent line from the face. Use a curving line to finish the front leg and paw. Draw a long, bent, bumpy V shape for the other front leg and paw.