The Minnesota Zoo is home to more than 4,100
animals!
Brown bears are sometimes called grizzlies.
They eatPlants
Fish
Insects
Small animals
Amur leopards are deadly hunters of deep forests.

They eat Small deer
Playful sea otters live in the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean.

They eat sea urchins
fish
clams
snails
worms
sea stars
c...
They Eat fruit
plants
small animals
insects
farm crops
They eat grasses and other plants
seeds
insects
Penguins swim through the water at up to 15 miles per hour— faster
than many fish can swim!

They eat sardines and other
f...
They live Most of Minnesota’s
amphibians and turtles live in
or near water.
Zoo BABIES…..Ohhhhh…

Bactrian camel calf,
born on March 12.

Amur tiger cubs.
Snow monkey born April 27.
New lynx kitten.
A Farm…. at the Zoo
Pigs are easily potty trained.

Goats live on everywhere
in the world.

One pound of sheep’s wool can
make 10 miles of yar...
More things
you might see
at the MN Zoo…
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Minnesota Zoo - An Introduction for K-1

  1. 1. The Minnesota Zoo is home to more than 4,100 animals!
  2. 2. Brown bears are sometimes called grizzlies. They eatPlants Fish Insects Small animals
  3. 3. Amur leopards are deadly hunters of deep forests. They eat Small deer
  4. 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. 5. They Eat fruit plants small animals insects farm crops
  6. 6. They eat grasses and other plants seeds insects
  7. 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. 8. They live Most of Minnesota’s amphibians and turtles live in or near water.
  9. 9. Zoo BABIES…..Ohhhhh… Bactrian camel calf, born on March 12. Amur tiger cubs.
  10. 10. Snow monkey born April 27. New lynx kitten.
  11. 11. A Farm…. at the Zoo
  12. 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. 13. More things you might see at the MN Zoo…

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