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this slide show is all about African Lion and there, sybiotic relationship with Zebras. This will be all the info you need to know.

this slide show is all about African Lion and there, sybiotic relationship with Zebras. This will be all the info you need to know.

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African Lion African Lion Presentation Transcript

  • Interdepending & Adapting
    By
    Jamie Machin
    Class 6B
    October 2009
  • Introduction
    On this project I chose an African Lion and a Zebra, because they are almost extinct.
    I forgot to tell you what this project was about, it’s about SYIMBYOSES. Symbioses is a when one thing
    depends on something to live. Like… Panda and bamboo. So as we go along we will find,
    the symbiotic relationship between an African Lion and Zebra. So get ready to learn.
  • Stage 1
    African Lions
    How a Lion Depends on a Zebra
    • Medium to large Antelope and Zebra`s are some of the main food of African Lions.
    • African Lions usually hunt in the early morning, late afternoon and night.
    • When a Lion hunts it creeps up until it is about 10 meters from its prey and then attacks.
    • Lions wait in long grass for its prey.
    • African lions can sprint up to 60 km per hour!
    • Male lions weigh up to 440 pounds and female lions weigh up to 330 pounds!
    Mmmm dinner time
  • The African lion & the Zebra
    Stage 2
    Zebra : I love playing with my family and friends who wants to play.
    Lion : I want to play zebra.
    Zebra: I can`t play with you. My mum warned me that you are dangerous and always wanting to hurt us.
    Lion : But that’s not fair. My dad tells me that we have to eat to survive.
    Zebra : Well, why can’t you eat some leaves ?
    Lion : We are carnivores and so we eat meat to survive. You wouldn’t want me and my family to become extinct would you ?
    Zebra: Of course not Lion, we both have enough to worry about with those humans, but I also have to worry about you !
    Lion : OK, well happy running zebra, perhaps I’ll see you around someday……………………….
  • Stage 3
    African Lion
  • Stage 3
    Zebra
  • Stage 4
    Comparing
    They both live in dangerous & wild environments
    They both have strong
    plus hard teeth
    The coat is
    used for confusing
    the hunter
    Zebra
    Coats
    Faster
    Lion
    Mane
    Forelimbs
    Wild
    Dangerous
    Teeth
    The Mane
    is used for
    making it look
    bigger
    The Zebra
    has strong
    forelimbs
    making it faster
    If the lion didn't have
    big forelimbs it wouldn't
    be as fast as it is
  • No Lions were harmed in the making of this
    Comic Strip
  • Stage 5
    Comic
    Don`t worry I`ll save us all! Ow !!!!!
    Hear my roar its like nothing you’ve heard before. No one can capture moi.
    Then a hunter
    came
    This is Tim the
    Lion
    Food
    Where am I ?!?!
    Food now now can I get
    my claw down there
    You can hear
    how scared he is
    He was quiet
    hungry
    Suddenly
    he saw something
    Still need to find out what this place is
    Help, so cold!
    Goanna tell my children about this
    But the water
    was so cold
    We all know
    how dumb he is
    so…
    But after he
    said that. He thought
    if I have any.
    He was not used
    To all this snow and ice,
    And still a little confused…
  • Cool stuff
    Stage 6
    The stuff I didn't know about the Lion was:
    It had four forelimbs, it looked taller because of its mane.
    It could run up to 60 mph.
    Stuff I knew about the lion:
    It had pretty big teeth, it lives in the Savanna.
    Stuff I thought was just strange:
    It would eat the bones of its prey and would make sure
    that only the skull remains.
    All this happens to Zebras, Giraffes and many other
    animals. This is part of nature, all this happens over and
    over again. Like the water cycle …..it’s the circle of life.
  • A creature
    Stage 7
    And last but certainly not least we have the back… on a lion there is a back bone near the rear end. This helps it keep balance. I have chose that for my last one.
    Head of a lion… it is the most dangerous part of the lions body.
    The reason it is so dangerous is because of the teeth and the mane. I chose the teeth
    This is a woodland creature.
    some live on the savanna some live in the woods. They all have trouble blending in. So you don't see them with food a lot.
    teeth
    Mane
    And me the Eagle my wings are one of the reasons I stay alive most of the time. I have chose this.
    Fore limbs
    Body of a lion … the body of a lion has numerous part but the two main ones are. The Mane and the fore limbs. I chose both
    Back Bone
    Wings
  • So this…
    Plus this…
    Also this…
    And this…
    Is this…
  • Stage 8
    Notes on stages
    On stage one it was all about how they have a symbiosis
    On stage Two was a script for children instead of using words
    like symbiosis.
    On stage three was showing what is in there life what do they do
    In there life.
    On stage four was what the two animals had in common and
    there differences.
    On stage five it was showing what was most likely to happen in
    that sort of situation.
    On stage six at the end the message was… like in the lion king:
    It is the circle of life.
    On stage seven I automatically knew what I was going to do, but I
    had to explain.
  • Bibliography
    http://www.compfight.com/
    http://wiki.answers.com/
    http://www.wikipedia.org/
    http://www.africaguide.com/wildlife/lion.htm
    http://images.google.co.uk/images?hl=en&source=hp&q=African+lion&gbv=2&aq=f&oq=