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"Kids can browse the stunning gallery of animals, search for animals by name, or filter their favorites by category. Each animal gets its own profile page, featuring multimedia and quick facts about the animal’s habitat, size, diet, lifespan, and conservation status along with fun facts, such as a honey bee’s ‘waggle dance’, the length of time a cockroach can live without its head, and what makes a flamingo chick’s gray feathers turn pink." Quote taken directly from World Book's World of Animals site. But act fast, the app is only available for FREE in the Apple iTunes Store June 16-July 10!



Cindy Solomon said…
Thanks so much for sharing. I am always looking for new apps for the kids on my iPad.

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