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© CommNet 2013 Education Phase 1 Animals
© CommNet 2013 A baby cow is called a calf. This calf has just been born and weighs about 35 kg.
© CommNet 2013 The calf drinks milk from its mother. This calf is about 2 months old.
© CommNet 2013 The calf is bigger now. This calf is about 8 months old and weighs about 300kg. It eats grass but still has some milk from its mother. This will stop soon.
© CommNet 2013 Most of the time these cows live outside and eat grass.
© CommNet 2013 In the winter, the field gets muddy and the grass does not grow so well. The farmer keeps the cows in a shed so they can be fed and cared for properly.
© CommNet 2013 Before the cows go into the shed, the farmer puts straw on the floor so they are comfortable.
© CommNet 2013 The farmer puts food and water for the cows just outside the shed. This is to help keep it clean. The cows lean through the bars to eat and drink.
© CommNet 2013 In the winter, these cows eat straw and silage. Silage is hay and grass which has been kept from the year before.
© CommNet 2013 Cows wear special earrings. The earrings have numbers on them so the farmer knows which cow is which. It’s a bit like wearing a name badge! How many earrings do the cows wear?
© CommNet 2013 Here are some baby pigs. Baby pigs are called piglets. These piglets are just a few hours old.
© CommNet 2013 The piglets drink milk from their mother. How many piglets can you see here?
© CommNet 2013 The farmer keeps the mother pig in cage for a few weeks when she has babies. Why do you think this is?
© CommNet 2013 She is in a cage so she does not accidentally lie on her piglets and squash them. She can stand up and lie down in the cage. The piglets can lean through the bars to feed.
© CommNet 2013 Fish can be found in seas, rivers and lakes. How do you think these types of water are different? Sea RiverLake
© CommNet 2013 Fish from the sea are called seafish. Shellfish are also a type of seafish. Can you name these seafish? Haddock Crab Mussels Sardine
© CommNet 2013 Fish from rivers or lakes are called freshwater fish. How are they different? Can you name these freshwater fish? Salmon Trout
© CommNet 2013 A lot of the fish we eat comes from the sea. There are lots of different types such as… ShellfishWhite fish Oily fish Haddock Mackerel Sardine Cod Crab Mussels
© CommNet 2013 Fishing boats go out to catch fish most days of the year, except when the weather is very bad. Some boats stay out at sea fishing for a week or two at a time.
© CommNet 2013 Fishing nets are used to catch the fish. The nets are dropped into the sea and pulled along by the boat. What do you think the orange floats do?
© CommNet 2013 Fish which have been caught are kept in sea water or ice to keep them fresh. What are these fish called?Haddock
© CommNet 2013 The holes in the nets are a special size so small, young fish can escape. There are rules about how many fish can be caught. Why do you think this is?
© CommNet 2013 Crabs and lobsters walk along the sea bed. Crab or lobster pots are dropped onto the sea bed to catch these types of fish.
© CommNet 2013 Did you know that some fish such as salmon, trout and mussels can be farmed? They are bred in special tanks on land, or pens in the sea.
© CommNet 2013 All the meat and fish we eat have to be farmed or caught.
© CommNet 2013 Education Phase 1 Animals
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