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  • 1. The ducks live in ponds, usually ingroups. They are small animals. Theyhave got a peak, feathers and paws.They eat seeds, grain and insects.They like swimming in the ponds.They are omnivores. They can fly. By: José Manuel Alcalde Llergo
  • 2. The flamingo is an oviparous andomnivore animal. He lives in the lakes ofEurope, Asia, Africa and South America.They live in groups. They live between 45and 55 years. Their height is between 0.80and 1.50 metres. They weigh between 2.5and 3 kilos. They eat seaweed andmollusk. They are short and thin. Theyhave got a small head and a long andbend beak. Their colour is between pinkor red. They have got long paws. Whenborn their feathers´ colour is white butwhen they grow their colour is pink or red.By Javier Herrero Porras.
  • 3. The lynx comes from Iberia. It usually livesabout nine years. Lynxes have got a shorttail, strong legs, long and triangular ears,big hands and spotted skin. The femalelynx weighs between 9 and 10 kilos andthe male lynx weighs between 12 and 13kilos. They hunt rabbits, mice, ducks,partridges... but lynxes usually eat rabbits.Lynx is a mammal and carnivorous feline.They are animals with great hearing andthey dont live in groups. Also they are indanger of extinction.By Irene Salamanca Díaz
  • 4. They live in Australia, Tasmania and NewGuinea. They are shy but dangerous. Theyare very tall and strong, the biggest ones canmeasure three metros high with the tail.Also they have got big back legs and smallfront legs. They run very fast and they have athin head with big ears. The female kangaroo has a bag where shetakes her little babies. They eat plants andthey live in groups too.They sleep during the day and they look forfood during the night . By Irene Salamanca Díaz
  • 5. The African elephant is the largest landanimal in the world. We can identifyelephants by their huge ears shaped theAfrican continent. Their trunks are veryuseful, and used to smell, breathe, drink,take things (food) and to make sounds.Only the trunk, has about 100,000different muscles. Both males and femaleshave tusks that they use to dig and searchfor food or water. Males also use them tofight each other.The Asian elephant is slightly smaller than the African. Itdistinguished by its small, rounded ears. For everythingelse is equal to the African elephant, except that these areeasier to tame. By Juan José García
  • 6. They live in the mountains of China.Usually they eat bamboo, although they are carnivoresbecause they eat insects.The Panda Bear weighs about 70 and 125 kilos.They spend most of their time sleeping.They sleep on branches.The Panda Bear are reproduced in spring.This is the national animal of China.There are only 1788 Panda Bear in the world. There are 1600 wild Panda Bears and188 live in zoos By Helena García Herruzo
  • 7. The orca is a mammal. It’s carnivore.The orca male weighs 5.5 tons, and the orcafemale weighs about 4.4 tons.Males measure 9 meters and females 7.7.They live in all oceans of the planet. They preferthe cool or lukewarm water.There are more than 50,000 orcasThe females live about 80-90 years and males live 50-60. They are very social animals.They live in groups.They eat 160 kg a day. They eat fish and marine mammals. Theirfavorites are: seals, all sorts of fish: sharks, mantas, stripes, salmon and herringThis is one of most intelligent animals in the world.People called them "killer" although there have been very few cases of attacks onhumans.All these animals are in danger of extinction. By Helena García Herruzo
  • 8. The kiwi animal isn’t eatable,but the kiwi fruit, of course iseatable. It is a very small animal,like a hen. Its peak is very longand thick. Its feathers are long and thicktoo, like the hair. It doesn’t fly because its wingsare very small and weak. It is originary from NewZealand.By Guillermo Olmo Caballero
  • 9. The marine leopard is a marine mammal. A marineleopard puppy measures 1.5metres and weighs35kg, and an adult measures 3.6mand weighs about 600kg. They are very good hunters because they have gotmany long and sharp teeth. They eat about 20kg of penguins every day thanks totheir sense of smell and sight, which have highlydeveloped By Guillermo Olmo Caballero
  • 10. The cheetah comes fromSavannah(Africa). It weighs up to 40 - 65kilos.The cheetah eats gazelles. Its has gotbrown spots, small eyes, long tailand long legs to run very fast. Itsyellow. They rarely live in group. Theyare good hunters and have got very goodeyesight. They are mammals andcarnivores. The cheetah sometimes livesin zoos. The cheetah usually livesabout 16 years old. By María Isabel Moreno Valero
  • 11. The giraffe comes from Savannah(Africa). Itweighs up to 790 - 1300 kilos.The giraffe eats leaves and plants. Its has gotlong neck, long legs, long tongue, long tailand brown spots. Its yellow. The giraffes runfast. They usually live in group. They arevery tall. They are mammals and herbivores.The giraffe sometimes lives in zoos. The giraffes usuallylive about 25 years old andmeasure 4 or 5 meters. By María Isabel Moreno Valero