Search Results for living-underground

A Song About Where Animals Live Tom David Barna. Didyouknowthatmanyanimalsliveunderground? They dig tunnels through dirt and rock to make their homes. These animals live in homes called dens, nests, burrows, and warrens.

Author: Tom David Barna

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781632906045

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

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Presents illustrations about different creatures that live underground.
2016-08 By Tom David Barna

Why Mole Lives Underground is from the Cherokee tribe. The Cherokees originally lived in the Southeast. However, most were forced to move to Oklahoma in the 1800s. Storytelling has always been important to the Cherokee culture.

Author: Antonio Blane

Publisher: Benchmark Education Company

ISBN: 9781936258093



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Why does a mole with magical powers end up living underground? How were two orphan children responsible for getting lightning and thunder into the sky? What happened to brave opposum that turned his tail gray? Read this book to find out.
2010-01-01 By Antonio Blane

Why Mole Lives Underground A Folktale from Peru Why Mole Lives Underground A Folktale from Peru SETTING CHARACTERS. by Amanda Jenkins • illustrated by Emma Crawford Mole thinks it will be easy to climb to the. Front Cover.

Author: Amanda Jenkins

Publisher: Benchmark Education Company

ISBN: 9781410871602



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Perform this folktale from Peru about how hard work makes dreams come true.
2006-01-01 By Amanda Jenkins



ISBN: OCLC:721130859



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and written evidence, causes, ramifications, conditions and limitations of living underground. When the people finally started coming to the surface, the world had been thrust into what we now call the Stone Age.

Author: Steve Preston

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781312218550

Category: History


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On top of the world 6 thousand years ago a war was devastating the land. Underneath man lived on away from the most horrible war ever witnessed since the worldwide flood. Radioactive skeletons were found on the city causeways and lumps of glass were all that remained on pots. Beneath the ground life went on. In Central America entire cities were strewn like paper. In south America massive walls could not keep out the destruction. Around the world we are starting to find what saved humanity. Entire populations went underground and mankind erupted these cities to find life almost gone.
2014-05-24 By Steve Preston

Underground. libraries, lectures and religious services and even published their own newsletters, ... dwellers were reluctant to return home even when they could, especially because living underground was cheap and relatively cheerful.

Author: Oliver Green

Publisher: White Lion Publishing

ISBN: 9780711240131

Category: Transportation

Page: 272

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It is impossible to imagine London without the Tube: the beating heart of the city, the Underground shuttles over a billion passengers each year below its busy streets and across its leafy suburbs. The distinctive roundel, colour-coded maps and Johnston typeface have become design classics, recognised and imitated worldwide. Opening in 1863, the first sections were operated by steam engines, yet throughout its long history the Tube has been at the forefront of contemporary design, pioneering building techniques, electrical trains and escalators, and business planning. Architects such as Leslie W. Green and Charles Holden developed a distinctively English version of Modernism, and the latest stations for the Jubilee line extension, Overground and Elizabeth line carry this aesthetic forward into the twenty-first century. In this major work published in association with Transport for London, Tube expert Oliver Green traces the history of the Underground, following its troubles and triumphs, its wartime and peacetime work, and the essential part it has played in shaping London’s economy, geography, tourism and identity. Specially commissioned photography by Benjamin Graham (UK Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017) brings the story to life in vivid portraits of London Underground’s stations, tunnels and trains.
2019-09-24 By Oliver Green

“Are you going to be fine?” “I don't know,” he answered honestly. “I guess I'll get used to this life—eventually.” Sebastian snorted. “You've been living this life for years. You've been living Underground.” “Since I learned the secret.

Author: Lisa Childs

Publisher: Silhouette

ISBN: 1426850255

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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The exceptional skill to heal supernatural beings is Doctor Benjamin Davison's gift—and his curse. His profession demands secrecy. A secrecy that once cost him his marriage because his wife, Paige, refused to accept his covert life. But even she can't deny the potent passion that continues to draw them together…. The last thing Paige Culver wants in her life is a fresh web of lies. But that's what she finds herself trapped in once she agrees to run the popular nightclub Club Underground. Her quest for the truth reveals that no one in her life is who they seem—not her customers, her ex-husband…not even herself. But when an evil is unleashed, Paige gets more answers than she bargained for. Now she and Benjamin must reunite to save themselves and their hopes for the future….
2010-03-01 By Lisa Childs

People living underground find living aboveground painful due to noise pollution. ○ Individual variation. Most studies of people in windowless underground environments indicate a range of responses. It may be noted that there is no ...

Author: R. K. Goel

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: 9780123971685

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 335

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Offers exposition of the classification of underground space, important considerations such as geological and engineering and underground planning. This title includes chapters concerning applications for underground water storage, underground car parks, underground metros and road tunnels and underground storage of crude oil, lpg and natural gas.
2012 By R. K. Goel

Indeed, subterranean living may have been a default way of life for mammals before the extinction of the dinosaurs. ... of when the first bird evolved the means to live in burrows, mammals had already been underground long before then.

Author: Anthony J. Martin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781681773759

Category: Science

Page: 400

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What is the best way to survive when the going gets tough? Hiding underground. From penguins to dinosaurs, trilobites, and humans, Anthony Martin reveals the subterranean secret of survival. Humans have “gone underground” for survival for thousands of years, from underground cities in Turkey to Cold War–era bunkers. But our burrowing roots go back to the very beginnings of animal life on earth. Without burrowing, the planet would be very different today. Many animal lineages alive now—including our own—only survived a cataclysmic meteorite strike 65 million years ago because they went underground. On a grander scale, the chemistry of the planet itself had already been transformed many millions of years earlier by the first animal burrows, which altered whole ecosystems. Every day we walk on an earth filled with an under-ground wilderness teeming with life. Most of this life stays hidden, yet these animals and their subterranean homes are ubiquitous, ranging from the deep sea to mountains, from the equator to the poles. Burrows are a refuge from predators, a safe home for raising young, or a tool to ambush prey. Burrows also protect animals against all types of natural disasters: fires, droughts, storms, meteorites, global warmings—and coolings. In a book filled with spectacularly diverse fauna, acclaimed paleontologist and ichnologist Anthony Martin reveals this fascinating, hidden world that will continue to influence and transform life on this planet.
2017-02-07 By Anthony J. Martin

Author: Sol Sundblad


ISBN: 1320072054



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2014-07-19 By Sol Sundblad