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|Title||Adorable Circle of Life : Cutesy Creatures Doing What They Do Best||
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|Author||ISBN||9781510715752||Add to shopping cart|
|Publisher||Skyhorse Publishing||Group||Lifestyle||View shopping cart|
|Binding||Hardback||Category||Humour||Terms and conditions|
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|Synopsis||Savage. Menacing. Ruthless.
Predators get a pretty bad rap. Sure, they prey on helpless animals that never stand a chance, but behind those jagged teeth, powerful jaws, and razor-sharp claws, every predator has a softer side. Maybe even an adorable one.
Everyone has compassion for the cute bunny or lamb. But what about their predators who are working hard for their meal? Capturing their prey is a life-or-death game. Just think about the last time you had to hunt for food while hungry. You can understand, right?
Including famous quotes from history that give context to these disturbingly cute illustrations, Alex Solis shares his sense of humor while giving readers a way to enjoy the darkest parts of life with a smile.
Its time to give these predators a break because, in the end, both predators and their prey play a role. I mean, its not their fault they were made this way! Theyre just living off of instincts, doing what comes naturally to them. So rather than turning away from nature, lets celebrate all the animals who complete The Adorable Circle of Life.
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