Presentation on theme: "By Dorin Flocos. Baby Harp Seal Baby harp seals, like this one on the ice in Newfoundland, Canada, turn from snow white to silvery gray as they get older."— Presentation transcript:
Baby Harp Seal Baby harp seals, like this one on the ice in Newfoundland, Canada, turn from snow white to silvery gray as they get older.
Snow Monkey A snow monkey, or Japanese macaque, plays with a snowball on Honshu island in Japan. Snow monkeys live farther north than any other monkey. Their long coats keep them warm.
Polar Bear Cub Mother polar bears almost always give birth to twins, like these two cubs in Arctic Canada. The cubs will stay with their mom for almost three years before they go off on their own.
Canada Lynx Kitten A Canada lynx kitten rests in a clearing in Montana. Lynxes are short- tailed cats related to bobcats. They have extra-wide feet that keep them from slipping when walking on ice and snow.
Lion Cub A lion cub rests on a fallen tree in Botswana in southern Africa. Lions are the only cats that live together in groups, called prides. Other wild cats, such as tigers, live alone.