A Photographic History of English Football by Tim. Hill

By Tim. Hill

История Английского футбола описана с использованием более four hundred фотографий. В книге приведены все основные факты, цифры и статистика.

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STEP 4 FINISHED! 55 TARANTULA STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 56 Tarantulas are large, hairy spiders that some people keep as pets. Tarantulas catch their prey by chasing it instead of using a web. They hunt insects, small toads and mice. These spiders can be 5 centimetres long with a leg span of almost 13 centimetres. Their bite can be painful to humans, but it ’s not dangerous. STEP 4 FINISHED! 57 VAMPIRE BAT STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 58 Vampire bats got their gory name because they feed on blood – typically the blood of farm and forest animals.

Like sticks, they don’t move much. Stick insects sit still, nibbling on leaves and hiding from predators. They even have a way to camouf lage their offspring – the eggs of some species look like seeds. STEP 4 FINISHED! 61 WOLVERINE STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 62 Wolverines are short, stout members of the weasel family that look like small bears with tails. For their small size, they are strong, fierce hunters. They attack rodents, sheep, deer and even reindeer in their northern and tundra habitats. If desperate for food, a wolverine may dig into the burrows of hibernating animals and eat them.

It journeys up to 2,900 kilometres for its winter migration to California or Mexico. Monarchs lay their eggs during the return trip in spring. Adults live only three to four weeks, so their offspring must continue the trip for them. STEP 4 FINISHED! 45 PEACOCK STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 46 Peacocks, also called peafowl, are beautiful blue-green birds with a large spray of feathers on their tails. But only the males have these feathers, which they fan out and display to females. The females, called peahens, are less colourful.

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