Presentation on theme: "Our Animal Exhibit By Mrs. Frys Class. Arctic Fox by Kate This is an Arctic Fox. It is 18 to 27 inches long. It has thick, white fur and it turns brown."— Presentation transcript:
Arctic Fox by Kate This is an Arctic Fox. It is 18 to 27 inches long. It has thick, white fur and it turns brown in the summer. It eats fish, birds, small animals and polar bear leftovers. It lives in the North Pole where it is cold and snowy. It builds a den in the snow.
Blue Jay by Alexa This is a blue jay. It is one foot long. It has a crest on its head and a long tail. It is blue and white. It is a songbird. It eats nuts, seeds, bugs and eggs from other birds. It lives in woodlands.
Cardinals by Makayla This is a cardinal. It can be 8 to 9 inches tall. It has a crest on its head. The female is gray and brown and the male is red. It lives in nests in shrubs and trees. It eats seeds, fruit, buds, and insects.
Great White Sharks by Matthew This is a great white shark. It can be 20 feet long. It has a gray back and a white underside. It lives in the ocean in cool water. It eats seals, sea lions and dolphins.
Hammerhead Sharks by Grace This is a hammerhead shark. It can be 4 feet to 15 feet long. It has eyes on the sides of the head. It is an ocean fish. It has a hammer-shaped head. It lives in the oceanalone or in groups called schools. It eats stingrays, squid and other sharks.
Hamsters by Eliza This is a hamster. It is small. It has strong teeth, big pouches and a soft furry body. It lives in a cage with a cover, tunnels, chew toys and an exercise wheel. It eats fruit, vegetables, grains, and seeds.
Hawk by Evan This is a hawk. It can be 1 to 3 pounds. It has wide wings that are brown, black, blue or gray and it has speckled feathers. It eats mice, insects, snakes, rabbits, crows, frogs and songbirds. It lives everywhere except in icy areas.
Palomino Horses by Sarah C. This is a Palomino Horse. It can be 14 to 17 hands tall. It has white or silver marks on its face and legs, a white or silver mane and tail, and a gold coat. To take care of them you need to brush their coats, give them food and water, and exercise them.
Peacocks by Lexie This is a peacock. It weighs 13 pounds. It has eye-like spots on its feathers ends and long trains of feathers. It eats seeds, berries, grasses, snails, worms, insects, and small snakes. It lives in rainforests and roosts in trees at night.
Pet Rabbit by Skyemarie This is a pet rabbit. It has long ears, a tiny tail, a wiggly nose, and a soft body. It lives in a large cage with wooden toys, a food dish, a water bottle, and a place to sleep. It drinks fresh water and eats raw vegetables, timothy hay, pellets, and fruit.
Rattlesnakes by Dean This is a rattlesnake. It can be 2 to 8 feet long. It has rattles on its tail. It is poisonous. It lives in hot, dry deserts in North America and South America. It eats rats, lizards, birds, and other small animals.
Tarantulas by Nick This is a tarantula. It can have a leg span of 4 inches. It has 8 legs and a large, hairy body. It can be different colors. It lives in rain forests and deserts in underground burrows and trees. It eats grasshoppers, beetles and bugs.
Thoroughbred Horses by Marissa This is a Thoroughbred Horse. It can be 16 hands tall or weigh 1,000 pounds. It has long legs and strong hindquarters. It is brown or bay. People train them to race and jump. To take care of them, you need to give them food and water and exercise.
Tiger Sharks by Nathan This is a tiger shark. It is 14 feet long. It has stripes. It is a fish. Its stripes fade as it grows. It eats sea snakes, seals, squid, sea turtles, sharks and garbage. It lives in the ocean.
References Animals. PebbleGo. Retrieved from www.pebblego.com.
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