Animals fight for many reasons--to protect territories, offspring, and mates, and sometimes just to warn against bad behavior--and in many different ways. Giraffes, for instance, attack each other by ramming heads, while turkeys and camels wrestle with their necks, and zebras fight with kicks and bites. Monkey fights look and sound ferocious, but are usually just talk. More than two dozen animals are presented in action photos, while their fighting behaviors are explored in fun, whimsical verse.
About the Author
An avid birdwatcher and hiker, Catherine Ham enjoys writing about animals she has seen in the wild. She is the author of several best-selling knitting books, including WEEKEND CRAFTER KNITTING: 20 SIMPLE STYLISH WEARABLES FOR BEGINNERS. Catherine lives in Austin, Texas.