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bite Some sharks can …. hard enough to cut through a thick piece of steel. swim bite fly flap
stick A crocodile cannot …….its tongue out!. swim stick swallow
survive A tarantula can…….. for more than two years without food fly survive swim run
change Chameleons can...…. … …. their colours bring change go see
sleep An albatross can …………. while flying speak sleep dance play
fly Hummingbirds can …….. backwards. skate fly turn swim
walk A crab can……sideways see walk find fly
A frog can ………. 20 times their ownbody lenght walk fly run leap leap
hear Dogs can ………………..sounds that you can’t smell hear see follow
live A camel can …..for several days without food and water travel live run go
lay A hen can…. about 300 eggs each year. leave lay give eat
see Goldfish can ….. infrared and ultraviolet light. smell see taste hear
swing Monkeys can ……….from branch to branch play swing catch go
scored Penguins cant ……..but they are birds jump fly walk run
sleep Gorillas can…. upto fourteen hours, a day. speak sleep rest sit Sleeping beauties!
produce An electric eel can……a shock of up to 650 volts threw produce threw
taste Butterflies can …….with the receptors on their feet flap taste eat fly
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