Flies are fast! They can hover, walk upside down, and escape predators with their lightning-quick reflexes. But rainbow trout, slender lorises, and assassin bugs can catch them. Chimney swifts can, too. How do such diverse creatures manage to capture the same prey? And how do different animals snare fish, hatch eggs, dig holes, and solve other problems?

32 pages

Houghton Mifflin                          2008

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