Presentation on theme: "THE AMAZING CANADA GOOSE By: Sara Wunsch. What does my animal look like? Their feathers are gray, white, black, and tan They have a small tail 22-48."— Presentation transcript:
What does my animal look like? Their feathers are gray, white, black, and tan They have a small tail 22-48 inches wingspan
Where does my animal live? The Canada Goose lives in, North America, British Isles, and Scandinavia. You will find them in bodies of water.
What does my animal eat? The Canada Goose is an omnivore that eats: insects such as larvae, worms, small mollusks, shell fish, grass, grains, berries and other plants.
What adaptations does it have to help it survive? AdaptationHow It helps the Animal Survive oilKeep from drying and breaking migrationTo keep warm webbed feetswimming
Here are some amazing facts: The mother and father goose lose their feathers on their tail and wings after their babies hatch. Geese have two different feathers, the outer feathers and down feathers. A chick has a egg tooth that helps them poke there way out of the egg. They have very good hearing. A Canada Goose has two predator the fox and hawk.
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