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Have you ever thought about walking a pig? How about dressing a bunny in doll clothes? How would you like to comb and fluff the fur of a longhaired hamster? Pets can be forever friends, but they also need a lot of care. Be sure to read about your pet before you buy it.
Here is some fun information about strange and unusual pets!
Do you know:
Do Hermit Crabs Like to Live Alone?
Can A Pet Ferret Be Friends With A Dog Or Cat?
Do Cockatiels Crow Like Roosters?
Is It True That A Rat’s Teeth Grow All Its Life?
Do Mynah Birds Learn Quicker Than Parrots?

Learn the answer to these questions and many more in this fascinating 15-minute book about unusual pets. With a fun question, each page introduces a new strange pet and tells some fun information about it.

Ages 6 to 10.

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ISBN: 9781301807802
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