The Bird Eater

Author: Ania Ahlborn
Publisher: 47North
ISBN: 9781477817605
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Twenty years ago, the mysterious death of his aunt left Aaron Holbrook orphaned and alone.

Children As Citizens

Author: Pauline Harris
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134685181
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(Eddie, age 4) Enjoying nature Be it in the gardens of families, friends and
relations, or at local parks and beaches, or further afield, a love of nature figured
prominently among these Limestone Town children's thematic interests. For
example: The flowers are important because we've got flowers growing on our
road and in our yard and driveway. (Graham, age 4) I like butterflies and wrens. I
see them every day and every night. I have a bird eater for them. We put bird-
seed on it and we ...

Summer And Bird

Author: Katherine Catmull
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101591595
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The torch would sputter and return her to darkness soon, when the bird died. But
for now, her second heart, her birdheart, beat on. She learned two things. First,
the queen's quarters were far above, and the only way to get there was to fly. And
—able now to understand the bird chatter and calls around her—she also
learned that she had been observed after all. Another young sparrow had seen
her in the corner, swallowing his brother alive. He had raised the alarm: Birdeater
! Birdeater ...

Know It All Grades 9 12 Reading

Author: Princeton Review
Publisher: The Princeton Review
ISBN: 0375763740
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Luckily, it is easy to stay way from the aggressive bird-eating spider. Unlike most
spiders, the bird-eating spider makes noise when feels threatened. Rubbing
together stiff bristles on its legs, the bird-eating spider can create a loud hissing
sound. The spider's hiss can be heard up to fifteen feet away. Goliath Bird Eater
Goliath Bird Eater is the largest spider on earth. Goliath Bird Eaters eat insects
and small snakes. When provoked, the Goliath Bird Eater will bite with their one-
inch long ...

The Tarantula Keeper S Guide

Author: Stanley A. Schultz
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
ISBN: 9780764138850
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... Blondina Mygale Leblond Theraphosa Blondi Theraphosa Blondii Theraphosa
leblondi Theraphosa blondi Historically, there has been much confusion over the
correct scientific name for this tarantula, with many people using Theraphosa
leblondi. In an e-mail posting, Dr. Norman Platnick (American Museum of Natural
History, New York) confirms that Theraphosa blondi is correct. Common names
Brazilian goliath tarantula Birdeater tarantula Goliath birdeater tarantula (ARA/
CNC) ...

Brain Eaters

Author: Alicia Z. Klepeis
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1515724794
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The South American Goliath birdeater is the world's largest spider . The Goliath
birdeater measures 1 foot (0.3 meter) across. It can weigh more than 6 ounces (
170 grams). That's about the size of a newborn puppy! But despite its name, this
terrifying tarantula doesn't often eat birds. Instead it eats nearly anything it finds
on the ground. Usually it's earthworms. Sometimes it's the brains of a rodent or
frog. The birdeater lies in wait in its home on the forest floor. A mouse scurries by.

Animal Records

Author: Mark Carwardine
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402756238
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The heaviest spiders are female bird- eating spiders (family Theraphosidae). A
female scarlet bird-eater (Lasiodora klugii) was quoted as one-time record holder
, although females of the goliath bird-eating spider (Theraphosa blondi) are
usually thought of as the heaviest. There is a record of a captive T blondi that
weighed in at 155g(572oz). Goliath bird-eating spider The heaviest spider is the
female goliath bird eating spider from South America. Despite the name, it does
not normally ...

Ways Of Nature

Author: John Burroughs
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1434497933
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Mr. Wallace thinks that the bird-eater mimics the insect-eater, so as to deceive the
birds, which are not afraid of the latter. But if the two hawks look alike, would not
the birds come to regard them both as bird-eaters, since one of them does eat
birds? Would they not at once identify the harmless one with their real enemy and
thus fear them both alike ? If the latter were newcomers and vastly in the minority,
then the ruse might work for a while. But if there were ten harmless hawks around