The leopard and the mouse book
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It's not so much snatching victory from the jaws of defeat as dinner from the jaws of danger. But even the imposing presence of an adult leopard at feeding time is not enough to get between plucky young Rattus Norvegicus better known as the brown rat and a free meal. This extraordinary series of images were captured by photography student Casey Gutteridge, as he trained his camera on the leopard for a course project. Excuse me? A perturbed Sheena the leopard looks on as a cheeky mouse nibbles her food at the Santago Rare Leopard Project in Hertfordshire
This beautifully illustrated children's book addresses the issue in a beautifully written story about a leopard and a mouse. I purchased this book for my.
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KART is committed to promoting and implementing children's literacy programs and services To be honest, I didn't write The Leopard and the Mouse with the desire to become a rich and famous author although that would be nice! I wrote this beautifully illustrated book because all stories carry with them the power to affect lives. In a way the book wrote itself. It came from my beliefs that kindness, sharing and helping others, feels good. I admit that when the photos of the real-life leopard and mouse encounter arrived in my email, I was entranced. Here was a gentle giant and a tiny, fearless creature!
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Snow leopards dare to live where icy gales would freeze a human's blood in minutes. Their bodies are adapted to survive and thrive in an icy wilderness of breathtaking beauty and great danger. Until recently, no one had photographed a snow leopard in the wild. The first ever close-up pictures taken by humans were made by program Planet Earth , although very few people have had the privilege of seeing a snow leopard in its native habitat, much less taking its picture. The snow leopards seem to like it that way -- they avoid humans with amazing skill. Their fur contains swirls of gray and black, much like the colors of the rocky outcrops where they live. This coloration provides such good camouflage that a snow leopard can seem to disappear just by staying still.