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Animal Research - Chamberland

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2nd Grade Student Animal Reports

2nd Grade Student Animal Reports

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  • 1. Animal Research Mrs. Chamberland’s Class
  • 2. African Rock Python Tyler and Campbell
  • 3. Facts
    • It eats meat.
    • It grow up to 28 feet.
    • Female pythons lay up to 75 eggs.
  • 4. Flying squirrel Starr and Delaney
  • 5.
    • The flying squirrel does not truly fly.
    • It glides through the air up to 80 yards or more from the top of one tree down to the trunk of another.
    • It lives in the pine forests .
    Facts
  • 6. Flying Squirrel Alex and Caleb
  • 7. Facts
    • It has dark eyes.
    • It glides up to 80 yards.
    • Claws on feet.
  • 8. Flying Squirrel Haley and Emileigh
  • 9. Facts
    • Hind legs it can glide up to 150 feet 46m,
    • Steering with its tail
    • Northern Flying Squirrels are about 8inches long.
    • Flying Squirrels are hunted by weasels,
    • Foxes, hawks, and coyotes.
  • 10. Facts
    • The Flying Squirrel does not truly fly.
    • A small nocturnal squirrel with soft velvety brown fur and big black eyes.
    • Flying Squirrels live in the Deciduous forest.
    • The Flying Squirrel is an endangered
    • species.
  • 11. Flying Squirrel Rhiannon and Meghan
  • 12.
    • Baby flying squirrels are born in nests.
    • Southern flying squirrels are smaller and more aggressive than Northern flying squirrels.
  • 13. Facts
    • It can glide up to 150 feet .
    • It lands on a tree trunk gripping it with all four feet.
    • It has a life span of about 5 years in the wild and about 13 years in captivity.
  • 14. Frilled Lizard Bradey and Nathan
  • 15. Facts
    • The frilled lizard has a thin ,brown-orange to black frill.
    • Very very large mouth.
    • The frill is 9.5-14 inches.
  • 16. Awesome Lizards
    • The Rainbow Lizard
    • The Green Basilisk Lizard
    • The Blue-tongued Skink Lizard
    • The Gila Monster Lizard
    • The Gecko Lizard
    • The Green Iguana Lizard
  • 17. Pictures of Lizards
    • a
  • 18. Grizzly bear Luca and Cameron
  • 19. Grizzly bear
    • A grizzly bear eats a lot of food to store for the winter .
    • Bears are awesome.
  • 20. Grizzly bears
    • Grizzly bear live in Asia.
    • A deep sleep the bears heart rate drops from about 40 beats a minute to as low as 8 beats a minute.
  • 21. Facts
    • Brown bears are often called Grizzly bears.
    • The baby bear about the size of a chipmunk.
    • Nearly half of all brown bear cubs born are to die before they’re a year old.
  • 22.  
  • 23. Lion Kaysie and Carsen and Maddi
  • 24. Facts
    • 5-8 feet long
    • Accurate Hunters
    • Jump High
  • 25. Sloth Rachel and Alyssa
  • 26. Facts
    • Sloth live in the tropical forests of Central and South America.
    • Sloth eat mainly leaves and fruit and get most of the water they need from plants.
    • They can be 2 to 2.5 feet (0.6 to 0.8 meters) long and depending on species weigh from 8 to 17 pounds
    • (3.6 to7.7kilograms).
  • 27. Facts
    • Three-toed sloths have facial coloring that makes them look like they’re always smilling.
  • 28. Tree Frog Loren and Madison
  • 29. Facts
    • The tree frogs are nocturnal.
    • The bright colors scare away predators.
    • The red eyed tree frog’s inner thighs are blue.
    • Another name for the tree frog is leaf frog.
    • The red eyed tree frog are carnivores.

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