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Funny and imaginative way to present how the food chain works in nature – starting from plants, to predators, and the animals feeding on dead org… Read More
Funny and imaginative way to present how the food chain works in nature – starting from plants, to predators, and the animals feeding on dead organisms. Read Less
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Who eats whom
Very funny and imaginative way to present how the food chain works in nature – starting from plants, to predators, and the animals feeding on dead organisms.
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Published in Poland by Wydawnictwo Znak.
Published in France by: Rue du Monde
Published in Spain by: Zorro Rojo
Published in Korea by: Borim Press
pages: 60
 Flower has grown.
The flower has been eaten by aphids.
Ladybird has eaten aphids.
Motacilla has eaten ladybird.
Fox has eaten motacilla.
Korean edition.