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  • Our World, Our Animals Click on the animal names to see more Polor Bears Bangal Tiger Pandas Leatherback Turtle Starting Facts
  • Think about this!
    • Can you imagine a world without
    Gorillas Tigers or Polar Bears Think about this!
  • Interesting Facts…
    • A world like this is much closer than you think
    • Extinction (Ex-ting-tion) is a natural process that has been happening for centuries
    • The problem now is, that it is happening to fast and to more animals every day
    Interesting Facts…
  • People
    • People are the main problem
    People? Pollution Clearning their homes & food
  • Act Now Please – you can help us! Act Now – you can help us! Clean the planet Help to keep us smiling
  • Our World, Our Animals Click on the animal names to see more Polor Bears Bangal Tiger Pandas Leatherback Turtle Starting Facts
  • Polar Bears The polars bear's habitat is under threat because climate change is making the Arctic ice sheets melt Polar Bears
  • Polar Bears Polar Bears Male polar bears may grow 10 feet(3.04m) tall and weigh over 635 Kilograms.  Females reach seven feet (2.13m)and weigh 295 Kilograms.  In the wild polar bears live up to age 25.
  • Clear Polar Bears? Clear Polar Bears? Polar bear fur is transparent, it has no colour. Polar bears look white because of the way their fur reflects visible light. Of course, looking white helps a polar bear blend right into the ice and snow.      A polar bear’s fur also keeps it warm. The hairs trap heat, sending it to the skin (which is black). Just how good is a polar bear’s coat at trapping heat? In the past, scientists tried to keep an eye on polar bears using infrared cameras (cameras that photograph “heat”). But polar bears lose so little heat, the infrared cameras could not detect them. Now those are truly solar polar bears!
  • Where do we live? Where do we live? They live across the ice from Russia to Alaska, from Canada to Greenland and onto Norway's Svalbard archipelago .
  • Look at me move
    • Polar Bear Cartoon Cub in Captivity
    Look at me
  • Look at me move Look at me move
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  • Our World, Our Animals Click on the animal names to see more Polor Bears Bangal Tiger Pandas Leatherback Turtle Starting Facts
  • Bengal Tiger Bengal Tiger
  • A Little Something Prowling silently through the jungle in search of prey, the mighty Bengal tiger is one of the most ferocious hunters. As the tiger creeps up on prey. Its stripy orange and black fur blends in against the sun-bleached grasslands, muddy swamps and the dappled shade of leafy jungles.
  • How many left? How many left? Scientists estimate there are about 3000 to 5000 tigers left in the wild I don’t think so either No way, but they are my family No that’s not fair!!!
  • Baby Bengal Tigers Baby Bengal Tigers Bengal Tigers cubs practise important survival skills by play fighting tigether
  • . How Big? Adult Male Tiger Length: 2.7 – 3.1m Weight: 180-270Kg 2 Month Old Tiger cub Length: 1m Weight: 7Kg Domestic Cat Length: 70cm Weight: 3.5Kg
  • Where can we find them? Bengal tigers live in India and are sometimes called Indian tigers. They are the most common tiger and number about half of all wild tigers. Over many centuries they have become an important part of Indian tradition and lore.
  • Look at me. Bengal Tiger Facts In Captivity Click on title to see clip
  • Our World, Our Animals Click on the animal names to see more Polor Bears Bangal Tiger Pandas Leatherback Turtle Starting Facts
  • Pandas Pandas
  • Some Facts
    • Pandas are good at climbing trees
    • They like to snuggle up in the hollow of trees and sleep
    • In the wild pandas live by themselves but in captivity they like to play with other pandas
    • They need to eat for 14 hours a day
  • Vegetarians Vegetarians Pandas are vegetarians with a special diet. They eat leaves, stems and shoots of about 30 types of bamboo. Bamboo only contains a small amount of goodness, so they have to eat an awful lot to stay healthy. They munch their way through half their own body weight of bamboo every day.
  • How BIG? Adult Male Length: 1.5m Weight: 80Kg 6 Month Old Length: 1.5m Weight: 80Kg 4 year olf boy Length: 1m Weight: 17Kg
  • Where do we live? Giant pandas live in a few mountain ranges in central China’s Sichuan, Shaanxi, and Gansu provinces. They once lived in lowland areas, but farming, forest clearing, and other development now restrict giant pandas to the mountains.
  • Latest Figures Latest Figures Scientists estimate that there are about 1600 Giant Pandas left in the forest of South-western China
  • Look At Me! A baby panda Pandas in the Wild
  • Our World, Our Animals Click on the animal names to see more Polor Bears Bangal Tiger Pandas Leatherback Turtle Starting Facts
  • Turtles
  • What about us Sea turtles have lived on Earth for millions of years, since the days their reptile relatives, the dinosaurs. Leatherback turtles are different from other sea turtles because they have soft, leathery shell instead of a hard, bony one. Leatherback Turtle Sea Turtle
  • Turtles in Danger
    • Turtles get tangles up in fishing gear and litter drifting in the ocean. Eventually they drown.
    • Pollution damages turtle feeding areas, such as coral reefs. It also poisons the turtle
    • Boats and jet skis crash into swimming turtles
    • Hotel complexes destroy turtle beaches, and careless tourists disturb the females as they try to lay eggs
    • Local people catch turtles and collect their eggs ands sell them for food