Table of Contents Ostrich Walrus Prairie Dogs Black Widow Spider Adelie Penguin Polar Bear Porcupines Sun Bear Peacocks Steller Sea Lion
Ostrich World’s largest bird. They can’t fly, ostriches are fleet, strong runners. They can sprint up to 43 miles. Table of Contents
Walrus- Extremely sociable, prone to loudly bellowing and snorting at one another, but are aggressive during mating season. Walruses use their iconic long tusks for a variety of reasons Table of Contents
Prairie Dogs Prairie dogs are rabbit- size rodents, live on North America's prairies. Prairie dogs live in underground burrows Prairie dogs spend a lot of time rebuilding and building there dwellings. Table of Contents
Black Widow Spider- Black widows are notorious spiders identified by there color. This spider's bite is much feared because its venom is reported to be 15 times stronger than a rattlesnake's. Table of Contents
Adelie Penguin Adélie penguins live on the Antarctic continent and on many small, surrounding coastal islands. Adélies feed on tiny aquatic creatures, such as shrimp-like krill, but also eat fish and squid. Table of Contents
Polar Bear Polar bear’s are mammals. Polar bears roam the Arctic ice sheets and swim in that region's coastal waters. Polar Bears are very strong Table of Contents
Porcupines The porcupine is the prickliest of rodents, though its Latin name means "quill pig." Porcupines have soft hair, but on their back, sides, and tail it is usually mixed with sharp quills. Table of Contents
Sun Bear They have a stocky, muscular build, small ears, and a short muzzle. Sun bears grow to only about half the size of an American black bear. Table of Contents
Peacocks The tail feathers, spread out in a distinctive train that is more than 60 percent of the bird’s total body length. The bird’s feathers are usually blue or green. Table of Contents
Steller Sea Lion Steller Sea Lions, are the largest of all sea lions and they have an appetite to match. Seller Sea Lions hunt fish, squid, octopus and rarely smaller seals.
THE END!! CREDITS: Pictures from google Slide show made by DEVON LOWNEY Animals from a website Teacher MISS KAY THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!!! :D
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