What does a horse have in common with a rhinoceros? Why are tapirs in the same animal group as zebras? Readers will learn the answers to these and other fascinating questions in this book describing the "odd-toed" group of animals known to scientists as perissodactyls. Series Information: Children of all ages love animal studies, and "Animals in Order" fits right into the curriculum with easy-to-understand text and breathtaking wildlife photos that introduce a world of spectacular creatures. What does a bobcat have in common with a badger? Are all insects bugs? "Animals in Order" helps middle graders make sense of the animal kingdom by focusing on specific animal "orders" and the traits and behaviors that make them unique.