M Marrs Where Do They Live

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M Marrs Where Do They Live

  1. 1. Animals and their habitats
  2. 2. Figure out which habitat the Look at the Identify the three animal picture animal belongs habitats below to, before time and name runs out! Miranda Marrs 2
  3. 3. Lion Miranda Marrs 3
  4. 4. Lion Africa   Typically inhabit savanna and grassland  Semi-arid climate  Tall grasses, shrubs, and scattered trees Survival  Females do the most hunting   Live in prides, usually 15 animals Miranda Marrs Source: National Geographic Kids – Lions 4 Tropical and subtropical grasslands
  5. 5. Spider Monkey Miranda Marrs 5
  6. 6. Spider Monkey Tropical Rain Forests   Amazon rain forest  Lush vegetation Survival  Diet of fruits, leaves, bird eggs, spiders   Social animal  Average lifespan of 22 years Miranda Marrs 6 Source: National Geographic – Spider
  7. 7. Emperor Penguin Miranda Marrs 7
  8. 8. Emperor Penguin Antarctica   Located at the South Pole  98% covered by ice  Driest and coldest continent on earth Survival  Only Antarctic animal that braves the  winter  Diet of mostly fish  Excellent swimmers, flightless bird Miranda Marrs 8 Source: National Geographic Kids – Emperor
  9. 9. Ostrich Miranda Marrs 9
  10. 10. Ostrich Africa   Savannah and desert lands  Water is scarce Survival  Flightless bird, fast runner   Diet of plants, roots, insects and sometimes lizards  Largest of all eggs Miranda Marrs Source: National Geographic – Ostrich profile 10 Wikipedia - Ostrich
  11. 11. Polar Bear Miranda Marrs 11
  12. 12. Polar Bear Arctic Ocean and ice sheets   Frequent areas where ice meets water  Gather in places where seals are plentiful Survival  Diet of mostly seals   Very strong swimmers  Have no natural enemies Miranda Marrs 12 Source: National Geographic – Polar Bears
  13. 13. American Alligator Miranda Marrs 13
  14. 14. American Alligator Southeastern United States   Ponds, marshes, wetlands, rivers, lakes, and swamps Survival  Diet of fish, turtles, snakes, and small  mammals  Once endangered  Great swimmers Miranda Marrs 14 Source: National Geographic Kids – American Alligator
  15. 15. Mountain Goat Miranda Marrs 15
  16. 16. Mountain Goat North America   Rocky Mountains and Cascade Mountain Range  Very high altitudes of approx. 13,000 ft. Survival  Diet of grasses, shrubs, moss, and twigs   Not an actual goat  Amazing climbers, very nimble Miranda Marrs 16 Source: National Geographic – Mountain Goat
  17. 17. Start the slideshow O over! Visit R National Geographic Kids online! Miranda Marrs 17

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