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Ferocious Fangs 12 of Nature"s Most Amazing Animals (It"s Nature) by Sally Fleming

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Published by Northword Press .
Written in English


  • Juvenile literature,
  • Fangs,
  • Animals - Zoos,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s 9-12 - Nature / Guide Books,
  • Children: Grades 3-4,
  • Teeth,
  • Animals - General,
  • Animals

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Edition Notes

ContributionsKay Underwood (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8612277M
ISBN 101559715871
ISBN 109781559715874

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“White Fang knew the law well: to oppress the weak and obey the strong.” ― Jack London, White Fang. tags: law-of-the-jungle. “This expression of abandon and surrender, of absolute trust, he reserved for the master alone.” ― Jack London, White Fang. “His conclusion was that things were not always what they appeared to be. The cub's Author: Jack London. Get this from a library! Ferocious fangs: 12 of nature's most amazing animals. [Sally Fleming; Kay Underwood] -- Looks at twelve of nature's deadly tooth masters, with up-close photos, fun illustrations, range maps, and fantastic facts. Appearances [] Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation []. The ferocious fangs are exclusive to monsters in their debut appearance, with every slime buddy save for Goowain being able to ooze them. They can be purchased in Greedmore Valley or stolen from a Drastic drackal at a base rate of 1 ⁄ in Gallows provide +73 attack and +25 style when equipped. Fear of Fangs. THE MYTH of the ferocious gorilla is a relatively new "discovered" until , when two American missionaires, Thomas Staughton Savage and .

20 of the best book quotes from White Fang #1 “They were his environment, these men, and they were moulding the clay of him into a more ferocious thing than had been intended by Nature. Nevertheless, Nature had given him plasticity. Where many another animal would have died or had its spirit broken, he adjusted himself and lived, and at. White-Fang even bristled up to him and walked stiff-legged, but Lip-lip ignored the challenge. He was no fool himself, and whatever vengeance he desired to wreak, he could wait until he caught White Fang alone. Later on that day, Kiche and White Fang strayed into the edge of the woods next to the camp. Fang book. Read 2, reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Being a kid with wings -- constantly on the run -- has never been easy, and /5. Ferocious Ferocious is a new zombie like story with forest animals attacking people. I really enjoyed it! Good story told well. I loved the banter between the uncle & niece. The narrator is very good! I really enjoyed his voice. He did a great job bringing these characters to life. I received this for free for an honest review.

White Fang hates Beauty, for he is a merciless and violent master. He repeatedly tries to return to Gray Beaver, but the Indian, who is very honorable, always returns White Fang to his new owner. In spite of his weaknesses, Gray Beaver, for the most part, is a faithful master to White Fang. Read Chapter 11 of White Fang by Jack London. The text begins: CHAPTER III - THE OUTCASTLip-lip continued so to darken his days that White Fang became wickeder and more ferocious than it was his natural right to be. Savageness was a part of his make-up, but the savageness thus developed exceeded his make-up. He acquired a reputation for wickedness . There at the fort, White Fang becomes famous for his ferocious ability to kill other dogs, and he is sought after by a vicious, ugly man named, ironically, Beauty Smith, who, by using trickery and alcohol, is able to trick Gray Beaver into selling White Fang to him. A small, watermelon-shaped dog with two sharp fangs and prick ears barks like a ferocious wolf. But, judging by the amused expressions on the shelter workers’ faces, she’s not that scary.