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A pond in SPRING Animals start their life cycle. Plants begin to grow. Its the time for new life.
Plants and animals continue growing A pond in SUMMER The pond is very busy.
A pond in AUTUMN The weather is cold and it rains. Some animals prepare to hibernate. Fallen leaves from the trees everywhere.
A pond in WINTER Life in the pond is very quiet. Many animals save their energy for the warmer weather. Trees have no leaves.
Life cycle of a frog
We are mates and we are mating to create tadpoles.
Im growing inside my egg. In 10 days, Ill be almost ready to hatch out. tadpole
Once I am out of my egg, I swim up to the surface of the pond where theres a lot of food. tadpole swimming
When Im six weeks, my back legs start to grow. back legs
My front legs grow. Now Im a froglet! front legs
My tail gets shorter and when I am 13 weeks, my tail is almost gone. tail
After three months I breathe through my lungs. Im ready to live on land. Im a frog! and the cycle starts again
Croak, croak. See you next spring!!
Name: Source of food: Ways of moving: Food: Dragonfly In water It flies It feeds on small insects
Name: Source of food: Ways of moving: Food: Pond skater On the water It runs on the water and it walks on land. It feeds on insects.
Name: Source of food: Ways of moving: Food: Pond snail At the pond margin It crawls and slithers It eats algae (water plants)
Name: Source of food: Ways of moving: Food: Frog In water and on land It swims and leaps. It eats insects and worms by shooting out its tongue.
Name: Source of food: Ways of moving: Food: Flat worm At the bottom It glides over the surface It eats insects
Name: Source of food: Ways of moving: Food: Mallard duck On water It dabbles It eats plants and small animals and insects.
Name: Life zone: Ways of moving: Food: Duck At the bottom It dives It eats plants and small animals and insects.
Name: Life zone: Ways of moving: Food: Fish In the water It swims Plants and insects
Name: Life zone: Ways of moving: Food: Water spider It eats larvae and small insects On water It crawls
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