National Geographic Reader: Deadliest Animals

Discover twelve deadly creatures you’d hope never to meet face-to-face from the safe distance of this thrillingly photographed book. Why is the Sydney funnel web spider so dangerous? How many humans can the venom of a golf-ball-sized octopus kill? Find out in this mind-boggling book from National Geographic! Filled with some of the most interesting animals you’ve probably never heard of, and exploding with the stunning high-quality photos you’ve come to expect from National Geographic, this addictive book is guaranteed to get you walking on the wild side.

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