Ok, no, sorry, it was just a crow. I was just hoping to get more traffic so maybe I could get this question answered.
I'm trying to find a book I vaguely remember. The pages are thick, maybe not board book thick, but thicker than regular books. And the are divided into 3 parts. I think it was spiral bound. Each page had a different animal, and then you could flip the different parts to create unique animals. I used it when I taught adaptations in 2nd-3rd grade. We had fun imagining what type of habitat a Ostrilephamus would live in, and what it would eat. But I can't seem to find a book like that. I've found one that was all dinosaurs, and that's interesting too, but I'd like one with modern animals.