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  • 1. The big slide show for animals By Bledat Gjinolli
  • 2. A is for Aardvark
    • Eats ants
    • Lives in Africa
    • Can live up to 24 years
  • 3. B is for Black Rhino
    • Extremely aggressive
    • 3600 Black Rhino’s exist
    • Are smaller than White Rhino
  • 4. C is for Camel
    • They store water in there humps
    • Humans tamed Camels before 2000 B.C
    • Are used as transportation
  • 5. D is for Dwarf Mongoose
    • Is Africa's smallest carnivore
    • Is related to Mongoose
    • Lives in Africa
  • 6. E is for Eagle
    • Eat fish
    • Have large pupils
    • Nests are called eyries
  • 7. F is for Fat-tailed dunnart
    • Eats insects
    • Has a fat tail
    • Is mammal
  • 8. G is for Grizzly Bear
    • Are carnivores
    • Have attacked people before
    • Are sometimes called Brown Bears
  • 9. H is for Harbor Seal
    • Population is not in danger
    • Estimated population is 400000 to 500000
    • Like the cold weather
  • 10. I is for Indigo Bunting
    • Eats insects and spiders
    • it migrates at night
    • Can travel 2000 miles to its winter range
  • 11. J is for Jaguarondi
    • In Mexico sometimes called “Otter Cat”
    • 13 different vocalizations
    • solitary animal
  • 12. K is for Komodo Dragon
    • usually weighs 150 pounds
    • carnivorous
    • Eat humans and human corpses
  • 13. L is for Lemur
    • are primates
  • 14. M is for Muskrat
    • Its life span is 3-4 years
  • 15. N is for Northern Leopard Frog
    • Sometimes lets out a screaming call when its captured or startled
  • 16. O is for Olympic Marmot
    • Family members greet each other by touching noses
  • 17. P is for Polar Bear
    • It dives up to depths of 15 feet
  • 18. Q is for Quail
    • Member of pheasant family
  • 19. R is for Raccoon
    • It can run up to 15 miles pre hour!!!!!!!!!!
  • 20. S is for Southern Flying Squirrel
    • The southern flying Squirrel is smaller than the Northern Flying Squirrel
  • 21. T is for Turkey Vulture
    • It scavenges carcasses of dead animals and rips the flesh off and eats it
  • 22.  
  • 23. U is for Upland Sandpiper
    • Often perches on fences, posts, stumps, or telephone poles
  • 24. V is for Virginia Opossum
    • The only marsupial in North America
  • 25. W is for West Indian Manatee
    • It can get caught in fish nets and is also very silent
  • 26. X is for X-ray Fish
    • It has a transparent body
  • 27. Y is for Yellow Rumped Cacique
    • Eats Insects
  • 28. Z is for Zebra
    • They are generally social animals
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