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Earth Watch: Feeding the World

AuthorSally Morgan

NarratorRobin Houston

Duration42m

CategoriesChildren and Young Adult Non-Fiction and Educational Titles, Geography

Key StageKS3

PublisherInhouse

VersionUnabridged

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Ever wondered where our food comes from? This title in the Earthwatch series looks at farming, genetic engineering, livestock, fishing and how the global population affects the food supply.

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