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5kl Skunk

  1. 1. Skunks,Skunks,Skunks and more Skunks By:Selena
  2. 2. About The Author Hi my name is Selena  and the reason why I wrote this book about skunks cause they are interesting and powerful. My favorite hobby is basketball. and I like to play with my dog.
  3. 3. Who Am I Skunks weigh 7oz to  14ozthat means 1pound. They live in the U.S.Also there are variety of skunks there are spotted and swirled patterns. They are also powerful because of their stink
  4. 4. The Early Years The babies live with  it’s mother at least 3years and it starts to have their spray when they become adults.they are born like humans.
  5. 5. Habitat Sweet Habitat The place where a  skunk would live is the forest or the woods the live in the bushes to protect themselves and the babies
  6. 6. What’s On The Menu Skunks are omnivores  that means they eat berries,ants,grasses and other types of plants and bugs.
  7. 7. Making Tracks the skunks have two small feet and you can also find them in the wild (woods,forests).
  8. 8. Simply Irresistible Spotted skunks are endangered. Did you know that striped skunks do a hand stand before they do their stink.
  9. 9. Where In The World Skunks are found in  the U.S and I mean any where in the U.S I mean some people have them as pets. anyways skunks live in the wild (like woods or forests) and more
  10. 10. Did You Know 1. spotted skunks do  handstands before they do their stink. 2.the spotted skunks  are endangered. 3.skunks are usually  medium size. 4.skunks are also  known as the strongest animal.
  11. 11. Resource List http://www.humboldt.edu/~wfw2/skunkpictures.hfml picture slide 1  http://www.justskunks.com/site/532249/page/392157 picture slide 2  http://www.puppypoopy.com/animal/skunk1.html picture slide 3  http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/skunk.htm picture slide 4 

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