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DONE BY GOPIKA ANAND
6-B
There are different types of habitats:
Dessert
Ocean
Forest
Fresh Water
Polar Regions
Desert is defined as a region that receives very little
rainfall.
There are various types of deserts all round the
world, ...
Here are some pictures of desert animals:
DESERT TORTOISE
CAMEL
DESERT LIZARD DESERT SNAKE
This global, interconnected body of salt water, called the
Ocean, is divided by the continents into the following five
bod...
Here are some pictures of marine or ocean animals:
SHRIMP
FISHES
DOLPHINS
A forest is an area with a high density of trees.
There are many definitions of a forest, based
on the various criteria. U...
LION
GIRAFFE
Fresh water is naturally occurring water on the
Earth's surface in bogs, ponds, lakes, rivers
and streams, and underground...
DUCK FISH
FROG(Amphibian)
Earth’s polar regions are the areas of the globe
surrounding the poles also known as frigid zones. The
North Pole and Sout...
POLAR BEAR WALRUS
There are 3 types of animals:
Herbivores
Carnivores
Omnivores
Herbivore means animal eater. Herbivores or herbivorous
animals are animals that eat plants .
Herbivores (such as deer) ha...
RABBIT DEER DONKEY
Carnivores mean meat eater. Carnivore or carnivorous
animals are those that eat other animals. Animals that eat
other anim...
LION TIGER
CHEETAH
Omnivore means all eater. Omnivore or omnivorous animals are
those that eat both plants and animals as primary food source...
MONKEY BEAR FROG
EMU CROW
Camouflage is a kind of coloring, body shape, and/or behavior
animals use to protect themselves. Camouflage helps animals ...
ARTIC HARE
CHAMELEON
Bird migration is the regular seasonal journey undertaken by
many species of birds. Bird movements include those made in
r...
DONE BY GOPIKA ANAND
6-B
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  1. 1. DONE BY GOPIKA ANAND 6-B
  2. 2. There are different types of habitats: Dessert Ocean Forest Fresh Water Polar Regions
  3. 3. Desert is defined as a region that receives very little rainfall. There are various types of deserts all round the world, from the harsh elements of the Sahara desert in Africa to the 4 deserts of the Southwestern United States. The animals that live in the desert usually have special adaptations that allow them to survive the extreme temperatures and conditions that are present in a desert.
  4. 4. Here are some pictures of desert animals: DESERT TORTOISE CAMEL DESERT LIZARD DESERT SNAKE
  5. 5. This global, interconnected body of salt water, called the Ocean, is divided by the continents into the following five bodies, from the largest to the smallest: the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Southern Ocean, and the Arctic Ocean. The world's oceans cover two thirds of Earth's surface. The oceans of Earth are unique in our Solar System. The salinity (salt content) of ocean water varies. Tsunamis are caused by an underwater earthquake, a volcanic eruption, an sub-marine rockslide, or more rarely, by an asteroid or meteoroid crashing into in the water from space. Most tsunamis are caused by underwater earthquakes, but not all underwater earthquakes cause tsunami.
  6. 6. Here are some pictures of marine or ocean animals: SHRIMP FISHES DOLPHINS
  7. 7. A forest is an area with a high density of trees. There are many definitions of a forest, based on the various criteria. Up to ninety percent of the land in southern Ontario was once covered by forest; eighty percent of this is gone because of land clearing for agriculture and human habitation. Forests are home to lots of wildlife, as well as plants that people use for food and medicine. Trees produce large amounts of oxygen that we all need to breathe.
  8. 8. LION GIRAFFE
  9. 9. Fresh water is naturally occurring water on the Earth's surface in bogs, ponds, lakes, rivers and streams, and underground as groundwater . Many can use salty water but many organisms including the great majority of higher plants and most mammals must have access to freshwater to live. Freshwater creates a environment for aquatic organisms. Freshwater are a type of wetland that is teeming with both animal and plant life.
  10. 10. DUCK FISH FROG(Amphibian)
  11. 11. Earth’s polar regions are the areas of the globe surrounding the poles also known as frigid zones. The North Pole and South Pole being the centers, these regions are dominated by the polar ice caps , resting on the Arctic Ocean . Polar region receive less intensive solar radiation because the sun's energy arrives at an oblique angle, spreading over a larger area, and also travels a longer distance through the Earth's atmosphere in which it may be absorbed, scattered or reflected, which is the same thing that causes winters to be colder than the rest of the year in temperate areas.
  12. 12. POLAR BEAR WALRUS
  13. 13. There are 3 types of animals: Herbivores Carnivores Omnivores
  14. 14. Herbivore means animal eater. Herbivores or herbivorous animals are animals that eat plants . Herbivores (such as deer) have teeth that are adapted to grind vegetable tissue. Many animals that eat fruit and leaves sometimes eat other parts of plants, for example roots and seeds. Usually, such animals cannot chew or digest meat. But some herbivorous animals will eat eggs and occasionally other animal protein. Some herbivores can be classified as "frugivores ", because they eat mainly fruit; or "browsers", which eat mostly leaves. Animals that eat mostly grass are "grazing" animals.
  15. 15. RABBIT DEER DONKEY
  16. 16. Carnivores mean meat eater. Carnivore or carnivorous animals are those that eat other animals. Animals that eat other animals, like carnivores and omnivores are important to any ecosystem, because they keep other species from getting overpopulated. Since carnivores have to hunt down and kill other animals they require a large amount of calories. This means that they have to eat many other animals over the course of the year. The bigger the carnivore, the more it has to eat.
  17. 17. LION TIGER CHEETAH
  18. 18. Omnivore means all eater. Omnivore or omnivorous animals are those that eat both plants and animals as primary food source. Unlike herbivores, omnivores can't digest some of the substances in grains or other plants that do not produce fruit. Some of the insect omnivores in this simulation are pollinators, which are very important to the life cycle of some kinds of plants. They are general feeders not specifically adapted to eat and digest either meat or plant material. Pigs, Crow are example of an omnivore that many people see every day. Humans are regarded as omnivores. Although the term omnivore means eater of all. Omnivores other than humans cannot really eat “all" that other animals eat.
  19. 19. MONKEY BEAR FROG EMU CROW
  20. 20. Camouflage is a kind of coloring, body shape, and/or behavior animals use to protect themselves. Camouflage helps animals hide by blending in with their environment. Camouflage may also help animals avoid danger by fooling other animals into leaving them alone. Camouflage works for both sides in the battle for survival. Prey animals use it to avoid being found and eaten. Predators use it to keep from being seen by prey until it's too late. The color of an animal's scales, fur or feathers comes from pigments in the animal's skin cells. Groups of pigments make different colors or patterns. When a skin cell's pigments change, the color of the animal's outer covering changes.
  21. 21. ARTIC HARE CHAMELEON
  22. 22. Bird migration is the regular seasonal journey undertaken by many species of birds. Bird movements include those made in response to changes in food availability, habitat or weather. Migration is marked by its annual seasonality. Many bird populations migrate long distances along a flyway. The most common pattern involves flying north in the spring to breed in the temperate or Arctic summer and returning in the fall to wintering grounds in warmer regions to the south. The primary advantage of migration is conservation of energy. The longer days of the northern summer provide greater opportunities for breeding birds to feed their young.
  23. 23. DONE BY GOPIKA ANAND 6-B
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