Tales From The Brink: Complete Edition – Out Now In Paperback and Kindle Versions

Tales From The Brink Book Endangered Animal Stories

Tales From The Brink: Complete Edition is a collection of exciting short stories about endangered animals.

The complete version features every story from Tales From The Brink and More Tales From The Brink.

  • Venture into the swaying green rainforest canopy with orangutans.
  • Prowl through dense jungle in a night-time hunt alongside two fearsome Bengal tigers
  • Explore a remote African forest with mountain gorillas.
  • Swim in the cool, dark waters of the Florida coast with leatherback sea turtles.
  • Venture into a frozen wilderness with a ghost-like snow leopard
  • Swim thousands of miles to the Arctic with a blue whale
  • Venture deep into a bamboo forest with giant pandas
  • Explore a distant Indian valley with a herd of Indian elephants
Tales From The Brink Endangered Species Stories Book
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Written for animal lovers young and old, Tales From The Brink: Complete weaves information about the lives of the animals and the threats that they face into exciting, memorable storylines.

Learn more about the animals as you share their adventures.

Get your copy today: click on the links below to see the book at your country’s Amazon store. (Available in paperback and Kindle versions.)

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Ammonite Animal Facts: Discover An Amazing Prehistoric Ocean Animal

Ammonite Animal Facts

Ammonite facts, pictures and information.

Ammonites are prehistoric marine mollusks with distinctive curled shells. Once abundant in Earth’s oceans, ammonites – along with the dinosaurs and many other species – became extinct during the Cretaceous-Paleogene Extinction Event that occurred around 66 million years ago.

Ammonites were cephalopods, and are related to living cephalopods such as octopuses and nautiluses.

Read on to find out more about these once-abundant prehistoric animals…

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Online Zoo: Discover The Animal Kingdom In A Virtual Zoo For Kids And Adults

Online Zoo - Virtual Zoo for kids and adults

Welcome to the Active Wild Online Zoo, a virtual zoo for kids (& adults). Discover amazing animals from all over the world… without leaving your home!

  • View incredible animal pictures;
  • Discover amazing animals from all over the world;
  • Talk about each species with other animal fans in the comments section on every page;
  • Share the incredible species you’ve discovered with your friends on social media – there are share buttons on every page!
  • New animals added regularly – be sure to visit often to see the new arrivals!

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Dog Facts For Kids (And Adults). Facts, Pictures & Information About Domestic Dogs

Dog Facts For Kids

For many people, a dog is part of the family – a companion and protector, always ready to play a game, or to keep its owners safe at night.

Dogs play an important role in the lives of many humans, not only as pets, but also as working dogs, helping to solve crimes, acting as our eyes if we can’t see, or rounding up sheep on a farm.

Dogs are known as “man’s best friend” and there’s a good reason for this; dogs improve our lives in many different ways!

On this page we’ll discover some amazing facts about dogs for kids (and adults!)

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Elk Facts, Pictures & Information: Discover One Of North America’s Iconic Species!

Elk Facts

The elk is the second-largest species of deer in the world (only the moose is larger). It is found in forest, shrubland and grassland habitats in North America and eastern Asia. Bull elk are characterized by their impressive, branched antlers and loud “bugling” cries, which can be heard during the fall mating season.

Elk are thought to have evolved about 20 million years ago in the steppe regions of Beringia, a mass of land that once stretched between Siberia in northeastern Asia and Alaska in northwestern North America.

Today, the total elk population numbers around two million individuals, and is thought to be increasing. The species’ conservation rating is “Least Concern”.

Read on for more elk facts…

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Rainforest Animals List With Pictures, Facts & Links To Further Information, Plus FREE Printable Question Sheets

Rainforest Animals List

Rainforest Animals

Rainforest animals include mammals such as sloths, tapirs, jaguars, tigers, howler monkeys, spider monkeys and orangutans; reptiles such as caimans and the green anaconda; amphibians such as poison dart frogs and the red-eyed tree frog; and birds such as toucans, macaws and the harpy eagle.

Rainforest Animals
Rainforest animals – scroll down to see the entire list!

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Are Whales Mammals? And If So, Why? Amazing Whale Facts

Are whales mammals

Are Whales Mammals?

Yes, whales are mammals whose bodies have evolved for an aquatic existence. Despite having flippers and a tail rather than arms and legs, whales possess all of the characteristics of mammals, and are related to land mammals such as hippos.

In order to prove this, we need to take a deeper dive into what makes a mammal a mammal, and how the land-living ancestors of whales eventually evolved into fully-aquatic animals…

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Raccoon Facts, Pictures & Information: Discover An Adaptable, Nocturnal North American Mammal

Raccoon Facts

The raccoon is a mid-sized mammal that is widespread throughout much of North America. It is a member of the carnivoran family Procyonidae, which also includes animals such as coatis and ringtails. The raccoon originally lived in forests, but this adaptable animal is today found in a wide variety of additional habitats, including urban environments.

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