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Minnesota Zoo - An Introduction for K-1

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  • 1. The Minnesota Zoo is home to more than 4,100 animals!
  • 2. Brown bears are sometimes called grizzlies. They eatPlants Fish Insects Small animals
  • 3. Amur leopards are deadly hunters of deep forests. They eat Small deer
  • 4. Playful sea otters live in the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean. They eat sea urchins fish clams snails worms sea stars crabs squid octopus
  • 5. They Eat fruit plants small animals insects farm crops
  • 6. They eat grasses and other plants seeds insects
  • 7. Penguins swim through the water at up to 15 miles per hour— faster than many fish can swim! They eat sardines and other fish
  • 8. They live Most of Minnesota’s amphibians and turtles live in or near water.
  • 9. Zoo BABIES…..Ohhhhh… Bactrian camel calf, born on March 12. Amur tiger cubs.
  • 10. Snow monkey born April 27. New lynx kitten.
  • 11. A Farm…. at the Zoo
  • 12. Pigs are easily potty trained. Goats live on everywhere in the world. One pound of sheep’s wool can make 10 miles of yarn! Rabbits eat only plants.
  • 13. More things you might see at the MN Zoo…

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