Sunday, 11 May 2014

Giveaway #388 : Win 3 x Deadly Factbook : Bizarre Beasts - closing date 25/5ed - winners Tammy Tudor, Maya Russell & Andrea Jayne


I've just shared our review of Deadly Factbook : Bizarre Beasts, the fifth in the collection that ties in with the CBBC Deadly series.

The official blurb says :

"Did you know that there is such a thing as a bone-eating snot-flower worm? Or that the secretary bird kills its prey by stamping on it!

Discover the world's most extraordinary creatures in the fifth factbook from BAFTA AWARD-winning, TV Deadly presenter Steve Backshall.

Illustrated throughout with full colour photographs and art."

Orion have kindly offered three copies of Deadly Factbook : Bizarre Beasts to send to lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers. Fill in your entries using the Rafflecopter widget below.



UK only. Closing date : 25/5/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !


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98 comments:

  1. I find centipedes and worms bizarre - do they count?

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  2. ambulatory/walking fish!

    Ashleigh

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  3. at the sealife centre i saw a fish that looked like a frof now that was bizarre

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  4. I find the hammer head shark bizzare! It just looks strange!

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  6. I find the Praying Mantis really weird, the way it rocks backwards and forwards. Why does it do that?

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  8. The blowfish - soooooo ugly!!!!
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  9. the Aye-Aye with its crazy long middle finger - creepy!

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  11. The Bone Eating Snot Flower Worm!

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  12. I find the naked mole rat bizarre but also pretty cute :)

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  13. it would have to be blowfish it is just so strange

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  14. Seahorses - the way the male carries the babies!

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  16. Koala bear as they're stoned out of their mind most of the time through continuously eating eucalyptus leaves

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  17. i find dung beetles bizarre .my son would love this book

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  18. Humming birds with those tiny wings and long tongues. .great giveaway x

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  19. Duck billed platypus. A mammal that lays eggs!!!

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  20. Duck billed platypus are very strange

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  21. walking fish? weird

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  22. Naked mole rat they look so weird and my kids are fascinated with them!

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  23. I find giraffes weird - but in a good way I could look at them all day with their long legs and neck!

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  24. the snake that move sideways sidewinder i think the r called they r weird

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  25. Duck billed platypus,they look strange.

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  26. Cukoos are bizare - they so mean!

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  27. Ferrets, we love then but they do some odd things!

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  28. Worms are bizarre and a little bit scary

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  29. Giraffes - how weird are they?

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  30. I found an insect in my house the other day, it was very strange it had a really long stinger. Googled it and it turns out it was some kind of wasp

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  31. The Blowfish - a bit ugly ! x

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  32. I find meerkats quite weird, they look so nosey

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  33. Rebecca Gransden22 May 2014 at 11:42

    The Axolotl is interesting.

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  34. Zebras are quite weird - the stripes are just strange

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  35. Worms, I even had to google it when my son asked me what they ate lol

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  36. The Elf cat, it gives me the creeps

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  37. The shark, really bizzare!

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  38. The Vampire Deer - it's quite cute until you see those bizarre Vampire teeth!

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  39. Star nosed moles are really odd

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  40. A tapir (Eva Churchill)

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  41. The platypus, does it even know what it is?

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  42. bone-eating snot-flower worm - I mean after all this time persuading the kids that snot is yukk!

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  43. Fennec foxes are really odd

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  44. The Snow Tiger is the most bizarre, yet most beautiful. Must have gotten lost whilst hungry.

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  45. bone-eating snot-flower worm sounds rather bizzare - interesting though :D

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  46. Basking Sharks with their huge mouths open look so scary but are gentle giants eating plankton.We get them a lot around Cornwall

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  47. Chameleons are bizarre how they change colour!

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  48. i find penguins very interesting

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  49. slugs... what are there purpose, why are the so ugly and how the hell do they get in your house?!?

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  50. Find lobsters really bizarre apparently they don't age!!!

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  51. Pam Francis Gregory25 May 2014 at 08:32

    All fish!

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  52. Pam Francis Gregory25 May 2014 at 08:41

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  53. Meercats. I must be one of the only people who does not see them as cute or know of their purpose! They're just weird.

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  54. Duck billed platypus - crazy animal

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  55. Samantha J Freeman25 May 2014 at 10:45

    armadillo

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  56. http://www.tamstreasuresonline.co.uk/big-face-welsh-springer-spaniel-t-shirt-17052-p.asp as i love my springers!

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  57. I think hedgehogs. We're used to seeing them but imagine if people or other animals walked around with big spikes sticking out.

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  58. Champaklal Lad25 May 2014 at 17:55

    Malaysian exploding ants.

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  59. The sphinx cat

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  60. I find Blob fish to be completely bizarre!!

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