Belly Button Book! by Sandra Boynton


By Sandra Boynton

Featuring a beachful of bare-bellied hippos—including one tiny child who can basically say “Bee Bo”—the Belly Button ebook is a unusual addition to the phenomenally winning Boynton on Board sequence. each web page captivates with Sandra Boynton’s inimitable illustrations and pleased rhyming text:

Soon after darkish, upon the seashore, we sing a hippo music, and if you’re feeling within the temper, we are hoping you’ll sing alongside: “Belly stomach Button, you’re oh so advantageous. Ooo, stomach Button, I’m so satisfied you’re mine.”

glossy and durable, and that includes a very good (navel-shaped, evidently) die-cut conceal, the Belly Button booklet offers enduring, giggly, read-aloud fun.

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Influence of heavy rains could be important and dramatic especially in tropic mesic areas with several months of heavy rains. However, this situation has not been studied so far. 30 H. Burda et al. Concentration of respiratory gases may be influenced also by activity and metabolic rate of burrow inhabitants. Oxygen concentration is expected to be lower whereas carbon dioxide concentration should be higher in close vicinity of animals (mainly their noses) especially if they are digging or transporting soil with their heads (as in the case of Spalax).

From the quantitative point of view, however, the thermoregulatory system below TNZ is unable to compensate the heat loss and operates as in a poikilothermic animal. Woodley and Buffenstein (2002) found that prolonged cold exposure did not elicit any increase in NST capacity. The authors conclude that naked mole-rats respond to that condition by increasing basal levels of heat production but do not show improved NST capacity. The inability to augment their brown adipose tissue thermogenic capacity in response to cold may reflect their evolutionary history in a thermally stable environment.

Physiol Zool 52:122–136 Wilson KJ, Kilgore DL Jr (1978) The effect of location and design on the diffusion of respiratory gases in mammal burrows. J Theor Biol 71:73–101 Zelová J, Šumbera R, Sedláˇcek F, Burda H (in press) The energetics in the solitary subterranean rodent, the silvery mole-rat, Heliophobius argenteocinereus, and the allometry of RMR in African mole-rats (Bathyergidae). Comp Biochem Physiol Zeng J, Wang Z, Shi Z (1984) Metabolic characteristics and some physiological parameters of mole rat (Myospalax baileyi) in alpine area.

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