Popular Mammals found in
Yellowstone National Park
   By: Emily Cespedes
 Hoofed   Mammals
 Bears

 Dog   Family

 Conclusion

 Bibliography       Go To Last
                     Page
GRIZZLY BEAR                BLACK BEAR

   Grizzly bear is largest      Black bears can be seen
    bear in Yellowstone ...
   In Yellowstone,
    Wolves can be seen
    running together in
    the distance
   Wolves eat animals
    ranging fro...
Hoofed       Bison-largest animals in
              Yellowstone
Mammals      Moose-largest member of
              deer ...
   Bison are surprisingly
Hoofed Mammals:         fast, especially when
Interesting Facts       protecting their young or...
   What is the largest          Answer: Bison
    animal in Yellowstone?
   How much can an elk’s        Answer: 30 lb...
Bears:           Mother bears are extremely
Interesting       protective of their young, so
Facts             beware!
   ...
   Which is the largest         Answer: Grizzly bear
    bear in Yellowstone?
   Are Black bears only         Answer: ...
Dog Family:      Wolves were re-introduced
Interesting       into Yellowstone in 1995
Facts
                 Wolves hunt...
   When were wolves re-         Answer: In 1995
    introduced into
    Yellowstone?
   A coyote looks like          A...
   This project was extremely fun for me. I had
    quite a few “a-ha” moments. During my
    research I learned a few fa...
   www.nps.gov/yell/index.htm
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  1. 1. Popular Mammals found in Yellowstone National Park By: Emily Cespedes
  2. 2.  Hoofed Mammals  Bears  Dog Family  Conclusion  Bibliography Go To Last Page
  3. 3. GRIZZLY BEAR BLACK BEAR  Grizzly bear is largest  Black bears can be seen bear in Yellowstone in Yellowstone along  Can weigh up to 800 lbs edges of trees  Color varies black to  Weight- males:210-315 blonde, sometimes with lbs and females:135-160 white-tipped fur giving lbs grizzled, silver-tipped  Color varies from black look to brown, cinnamon or blonde
  4. 4.  In Yellowstone, Wolves can be seen running together in the distance  Wolves eat animals ranging from mice to moose  A Coyote looks like a dog, with long and pointed ears and nose  Foxes are smaller than both wolves and coyotes
  5. 5. Hoofed  Bison-largest animals in Yellowstone Mammals  Moose-largest member of deer family  Elk-2nd largest member of deer family  Pronghorn-fastest runners in Yellowstone  Mule deer-have big ears like mules  Bighorn sheep-named for large, curved horns that males or “rams” have
  6. 6.  Bison are surprisingly Hoofed Mammals: fast, especially when Interesting Facts protecting their young or when approached too closely by people…so keep your distance!  Elk-have antlers that can have 6-8 points on each side and weigh more than 30 lbs!  Moose-have a “bell” which is skin/hair that dangles from throat!  Pronghorn-Can run up to 70 mph for 3-4 mins!
  7. 7.  What is the largest  Answer: Bison animal in Yellowstone?  How much can an elk’s  Answer: 30 lbs antlers weigh?  What is the skin/hair  Answer: The “bell” dangling from the moose’s throat called?  How fast can  Answer: Up to 70 mph Pronghorn run?  Mule deer have big ears  Answer: A mule like what other animal?
  8. 8. Bears:  Mother bears are extremely Interesting protective of their young, so Facts beware!  People should wear a bell or sing while walking/hiking throughout Yellowstone, so that bears will not be startled  Life expectancy for both Grizzly and Black bears is 15- 20 yrs (in the wild)
  9. 9.  Which is the largest  Answer: Grizzly bear bear in Yellowstone?  Are Black bears only  Answer: No, they can black? be black, brown,  True or False: Mother cinnamon, or blonde bears are protective of  Answer: True their young  What is the life  Answer: 15-20 yrs expectancy of Grizzly and Black bears (in the wild)?
  10. 10. Dog Family:  Wolves were re-introduced Interesting into Yellowstone in 1995 Facts  Wolves hunt in packs  Coyotes in Yellowstone are among the largest coyotes in the US
  11. 11.  When were wolves re-  Answer: In 1995 introduced into Yellowstone?  A coyote looks like  Answer: A dog what animal, only with long and pointed ears and nose?  True or False: A fox is  Answer: True smaller than a wolf and coyote
  12. 12.  This project was extremely fun for me. I had quite a few “a-ha” moments. During my research I learned a few facts about animals in Yellowstone. I was a little nervous beginning this project, but I was able to figure out how to create a non-linear Power Point. I learned how to insert links and I learned how to add Clip Art, for the very first time! Power Point is a fun way of teaching something,  and I am sure I will use it in my  classroom when I begin teaching.
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