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An educational book for children - giving interesting facts on African animals.

Some of the content in the book includes:

The Big 5
Hippopotamus
Crocodiles
The many types of antelope
Monkeys, Apes And Baboons

Published: Brianag Boyd on
ISBN: 9781476223322
List price: $2.99
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