This book of fascinating facts describes animal behavior. There are more than one million different species of animals on earth. Each species has its own size, color, and shape. And each is different from the rest in what it does and how it responds to its surroundings. Did you know that: — a chimpanzee shows fear or excitement bypulling back its lips and showing its gums and teeth. — three species of cobras spit poison at an attacker's eyes, and — to show it wants to play, a dog lowers the front part of its body while keeping the back part up in the air? In Dogs Being Newspapers But Cats Bring Mice and Other Facsinating Facts About Animal Behavior, you will learn how animals' behavior helps them —and sometimes helps us — to survive. Series Information Amazing facts, indeed, about all kinds of natural phenomena, are offered by the favorite science authors for kids. This exciting series includes a key to abbreviations, safety tips, descriptive and complete definitions, statistics, "speedy" facts, and a great variety of full-color photographs, sure to capture young readers' interest.