Georgia Coastal Plains- Slide 1 Table of Contents- Slide 2 The Wet Lands (Okefenokee)- Slide 3 Coastal Plains Region Maps- Slide 4 Cranes- Slide 5 Snakes-Slide 6 Bald Eagle- Slide 7 Alligator- Slide 8 Bobcat- Slide 9 Loblolly Pine- Slide 10 Oak Tree- Slide 11 Cypress Tree- Slide 12 Ferns- Slide 13 Where Else in the World is this Habitat Found?- Slide 14 Average Rainfall- Slide 15 Average Temperature- Slide 16 Where in Georgia is This Habitat Found- Slide 17 Test- Slide 18 References- Slide 19 Hope You Enjoyed It!- Slide 20
The Okefenokee Swamp has many different kinds of animals like, alligators, dragon flies, snakes, and mosquitoes. There are many mosquitoes in the swamp because mosquitoes have their babies in water. The animals survive in their lives by eating other animals and plants, some live in tree shelter.
Cranes can grow up to 30 to 60 inches tall. Males are usually taller than females.
There are at least 2,300 known species of snakes. Only some are not venomous. They are able to hide in grass very slowly and pop out and get ya!
Sometimes Bald Eagles live near lakes. Usually they live alone or in groups. They make there nests of leaves, sticks and grass. Bald in Bald Eagle means white.
The alligator is located in the South of Georgia. There are only 2 known species in the whole world!
The bobcat’s purr is very loud. A home name for a bobcat is a lair. Female bobcats give birth to at least 6 kittens. People are the bobcat worst enemies. The father bobcat usually brings food to the baby bobcats.
The Loblolly pine can grow up to 80 to 100 ft. tall! (24 meters to 30). It is important for paper pulp.
. Live Oak, the name commonly applied to several species of evergreen oaks native to the southern and southwestern United States. Live oaks are massive, spreading trees often grown as ornamentals or shade trees