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The Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in the world. 1 / 10
It’s very warm and very damp. It provides perfect conditions for life. 2 / 10
For example, there are about 800,000 types of insects in the jungle. Do you see the moth on the bark? It has a wingspan of 12”. 3 / 10
Claire, a scientist from the Museum of Natural History, has gone to the Amazon rainforest to study animal life in the area. 4 / 10
She has sent photos of the animals she has studied so far. She wants you to sort them into classes. 5 / 10
All birds have feathers. They also have wings and beaks. 6 / 10
All reptiles have dry, scaly skin. 7 / 10
Many amphibians have smooth, slippery skin. 8 / 10
Most mammals have fur or hair. 9 / 10
Let’s make a picture graph to show the different types of animals that Claire has observed. 10 / 10 Animals Claire Observed in the Amazon
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