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Animal report alarid valdez 2

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  • 1. Black Rhinos Leslie Alarid Valdez
  • 2. Table of Contents
  • 3. Habitat o Eastern Africa Southern o Nabila Zimbabwe o Kuala o Sudan o Savannas of Africa o Southern Asia o Hot places o Small trees o Hot, leaves, green
  • 4. Food and Water o Herbivores o Leaves, branches, twigs o Have very large stomach and can eat up to12 hours a day o Like to be near water to drink o Eat evening and morning o Eat any thing to stay alive
  • 5. Family Structure
  • 6. Daily Behaviors o Hyenas o Sleep 15 hours o Charge in groups o Sleep during the middle of the day o Snarl and shriek to scare enemies o Can get angry and charge o Fight with other males for territories o Lions predators o Eats in morning and evening o Keep themselves protected from humans o Female take care of the young males defend the territories o It is a human den
  • 7. Interesting Facts o Black rhinos o Babies are called calf o Aggressive o Lives by themselves o Can get hurt from each others’ horn o Birds eat off rhinos to take out bugs o Horns made of hair and finger nails o Rhinos endangered o Take horns think it has magical powers o 1 baby every 3 years o Have 2 horns o Horns can grow back of they don’t cut it all o Takes 12 months to grow back
  • 8. Bibliography o The Student Discovery in Cyclopedia Wildlife and Plants . Chicago: 2005

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