My first slide show A to Z Animals
is for antelope <ul><li>It lives in Africa and Asia, do not shed there horns and there hooves are split into two toes </li...
is for Bullfrog <ul><li>It is called the bull frog because its call sounds like a cow mooing. </li></ul><ul><li>It lives i...
is for capuchin monkey <ul><li>No one knows all the spots that they live, they weigh 3-9 pounds and they use calls to comm...
is for Desert tourtoise <ul><li>*they live in different deserts throughout the us and Mexico and can live up to 100 years ...
is for elk <ul><li>Its scientific name is  Cervus elaphus  when it’s a adult elk/bull it weighs 700 pounds </li></ul>E
is for Fainting Goats <ul><li>Got a  genetic condition called myotonia congenita that makes them faint and they are breede...
is for Groundhog <ul><li>It is also named the </li></ul><ul><li>woodchuck  </li></ul>G
is for Howler Monkey <ul><li>They can be heard from 3 miles away </li></ul>H
is for Iguana <ul><li>They are one of the largest lizards in America averaging around 6.5 feet and weigh 11 pounds </li></...
is for Jaguar <ul><li>They are the largest south Americas big cats and it got its name from the word  yaguar , which means...
is for Komodo Dragon <ul><li>They are 10 feet long and weight 300 pounds </li></ul><ul><li>Can hunt prey as big as a large...
is for lemon shark <ul><li>It is also called  Negaprion brevirostris  can be as long as 10 feet and It eats mostly fish (i...
is for Melon-Headed whale <ul><li>It is also called  Peponocephala electra   </li></ul><ul><li>The max weight is 225 kg </...
is for New Guinea Singing Dog <ul><li>found in the mountain forests of New Guinea  </li></ul><ul><li>found in the mountain...
is for Ostrich <ul><li>They get most there water from plants </li></ul><ul><li>They can sprint up to 43 miles </li></ul><u...
is for Pilot Whale <ul><li>They stay in herds, got a white belly, and are up to 23' long  </li></ul>P
is for Quoll <ul><li>There are many different kinds the one I’m looking at is the tiger quoll it is also called  Dasyurus ...
is for Roseate Spoonbill <ul><li>It gets its name for its spoon shaped bill </li></ul><ul><li>They stand 85 cm tall and ha...
is for Sea-Monkey <ul><li>They breath through their feet, eggs can live a year without water, and they are born with 1 eye...
is for Toothfish <ul><li>There are two species of Toothfish: the Antarctic Toothfish ( Dissostichus mawsoni ) and the Pata...
is for Uromastyx <ul><li>It is commonly known as the  Saharan Uromastyx ,  Saharan Spiny-tailed Lizard  or  Geyr's Dabb Li...
is for Vervet Monkey <ul><li>Its scientific name is  Chlorocebus aethiops , are classified as vermin in Africa, where they...
is for Water Dragons <ul><li>water dragons reach lengths of three feet (.9 m)  </li></ul><ul><li>Dragons use their tails f...
is for xiphactinus audax <ul><li>Xiphactinus was one of the largest bony fish of the Late Cretaceous  </li></ul><ul><li>is...
  is for Yellow-Bellied Marmot <ul><li>It is also know at the Rock Chunk and the scientific name is  Marmota flaviventris ...
  is for Zebrafish <ul><li>Its scientific name is  Danio reiro  they can lay can lay up to 200 eggs a week and are omnivor...
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  1. 1. My first slide show A to Z Animals
  2. 2. is for antelope <ul><li>It lives in Africa and Asia, do not shed there horns and there hooves are split into two toes </li></ul>A
  3. 3. is for Bullfrog <ul><li>It is called the bull frog because its call sounds like a cow mooing. </li></ul><ul><li>It lives in America, Asia, and Europe </li></ul>B
  4. 4. is for capuchin monkey <ul><li>No one knows all the spots that they live, they weigh 3-9 pounds and they use calls to communicate </li></ul>C
  5. 5. is for Desert tourtoise <ul><li>*they live in different deserts throughout the us and Mexico and can live up to 100 years </li></ul>D
  6. 6. is for elk <ul><li>Its scientific name is Cervus elaphus when it’s a adult elk/bull it weighs 700 pounds </li></ul>E
  7. 7. is for Fainting Goats <ul><li>Got a genetic condition called myotonia congenita that makes them faint and they are breeded to do this so if wolves came it would faint and the wolves would pay attention to that one when the others got away </li></ul>F
  8. 8. is for Groundhog <ul><li>It is also named the </li></ul><ul><li>woodchuck </li></ul>G
  9. 9. is for Howler Monkey <ul><li>They can be heard from 3 miles away </li></ul>H
  10. 10. is for Iguana <ul><li>They are one of the largest lizards in America averaging around 6.5 feet and weigh 11 pounds </li></ul>I
  11. 11. is for Jaguar <ul><li>They are the largest south Americas big cats and it got its name from the word yaguar , which means he who kills with one leap. </li></ul>J
  12. 12. is for Komodo Dragon <ul><li>They are 10 feet long and weight 300 pounds </li></ul><ul><li>Can hunt prey as big as a large water buffalo </li></ul><ul><li>Dragon saliva teems with over 50 strains of bacteria, and within 24 hours, the stricken creature usually dies of blood poisoning. </li></ul>blood poisoning. K
  13. 13. is for lemon shark <ul><li>It is also called Negaprion brevirostris can be as long as 10 feet and It eats mostly fish (including other sharks), but will also eats mollusks and crustaceans </li></ul>. L
  14. 14. is for Melon-Headed whale <ul><li>It is also called Peponocephala electra </li></ul><ul><li>The max weight is 225 kg </li></ul><ul><li>has twice as many teeth as the pygmy killer whale </li></ul>M
  15. 15. is for New Guinea Singing Dog <ul><li>found in the mountain forests of New Guinea </li></ul><ul><li>found in the mountain forests of New Guinea </li></ul><ul><li>They are a very rare breed of primitive domestic dog, and little research has been done </li></ul>N
  16. 16. is for Ostrich <ul><li>They get most there water from plants </li></ul><ul><li>They can sprint up to 43 miles </li></ul><ul><li>Use there wings to change directions </li></ul>O
  17. 17. is for Pilot Whale <ul><li>They stay in herds, got a white belly, and are up to 23' long </li></ul>P
  18. 18. is for Quoll <ul><li>There are many different kinds the one I’m looking at is the tiger quoll it is also called Dasyurus maculatus and get as big as Dasyurus maculatus </li></ul>Q
  19. 19. is for Roseate Spoonbill <ul><li>It gets its name for its spoon shaped bill </li></ul><ul><li>They stand 85 cm tall and have a 1.3 m wingspan </li></ul><ul><li>Its got red legs and eyes </li></ul>R
  20. 20. is for Sea-Monkey <ul><li>They breath through their feet, eggs can live a year without water, and they are born with 1 eye but develop 2 more </li></ul>S
  21. 21. is for Toothfish <ul><li>There are two species of Toothfish: the Antarctic Toothfish ( Dissostichus mawsoni ) and the Patagonian Toothfish ( Dissostichus eleginoides ) </li></ul>T
  22. 22. is for Uromastyx <ul><li>It is commonly known as the Saharan Uromastyx , Saharan Spiny-tailed Lizard or Geyr's Dabb Lizard </li></ul><ul><li>found in rock north African habitats </li></ul><ul><li>Its name derived from the ancient Greek words ourá meaning &quot;tail&quot; and mastigo meaning &quot;whip&quot; or &quot;scourge&quot; </li></ul>U
  23. 23. is for Vervet Monkey <ul><li>Its scientific name is Chlorocebus aethiops , are classified as vermin in Africa, where they occur in large numbers can be as tall as 85 cm </li></ul>V
  24. 24. is for Water Dragons <ul><li>water dragons reach lengths of three feet (.9 m) </li></ul><ul><li>Dragons use their tails for balance and forleverage when climbing and also use them to whip potential predators </li></ul><ul><li>develop larger heads, jowls, and crests on the back and the neck </li></ul>W
  25. 25. is for xiphactinus audax <ul><li>Xiphactinus was one of the largest bony fish of the Late Cretaceous </li></ul><ul><li>is considered one of the fiercest creatures in the sea </li></ul><ul><li>A powerful tail and winglike pectoral fins shot the 17-foot-long (5-meter-long) monster through the surface waters of the ocean </li></ul>X
  26. 26. is for Yellow-Bellied Marmot <ul><li>It is also know at the Rock Chunk and the scientific name is Marmota flaviventris and it also can live for 15 years </li></ul>Y
  27. 27. is for Zebrafish <ul><li>Its scientific name is Danio reiro they can lay can lay up to 200 eggs a week and are omnivorous, accepting almost any food </li></ul>And Finaly Z

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