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Animal Classification Group 1
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  • 1. Animal Classification Group 1 BIRDS – Jennifer Y | FISH – Jeremy J REPTILES – Stanley L | MAMMALS – Jennifer L AMPHIBIANS – Yehonatan R Grade 2 – Mrs. Garrett’s Class SCIS Pudong Campus
  • 2. Birds By Jennifer Y
  • 3. Birds • Birds breaths with lungs. • Birds have feathers. • Birds lay eggs. • Birds are warm-blooded. • Some birds can’t fly
  • 4. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • About Me
  • 5. Description • My animal is the Bald Eagle. The Bald Eagle weighs about 7 pounds. They breath with lungs. They lay 1-3 eggs. They are covered with brown, white and black feathers.
  • 6. Habitat • The Bald Eagle lives near its nest and most are in America. They travel by flying with their wings. But not all eagles migrate.
  • 7. Food • Bald Eagles eat small animals like rabbits, fish, and sometimes worms. They are carnivores.
  • 8. Protection • Bald Eagles have a few enemies. • They are protected by law.
  • 9. Unique Characteristics • Bald Eagles lay 1-3 eggs. They are hatched from eggs. They are the national bird of the USA. Their babies are called chicks.
  • 10. Problems and Challenges • Bald Eagles are no longer endangered.
  • 11. Conclusion • I liked this animal, because it’s the bird of the USA!
  • 12. References Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm
  • 13. About Me Hi! I’m Jennifer. I’m in 2nd grade. I’m from Korea. I live in China. I picked this animal because I think it’s cute. It’s also the bird of the USA!
  • 14. Fish By Jeremy J
  • 15. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • All About Me
  • 16. Description • Lionfish has red, brown, orange, yellow, black or white and marking. • Lionfish lays millions of eggs.
  • 17. Habitat • The Lionfish lives in eastern Atlantic ocean and the Caribbean sea.
  • 18. Food • Mostly lionfish eat shrimp, worms and small fish.
  • 19. Protection • Lionfish protect them self with poisonous spines.
  • 20. Unique Characteristics • Lion fish are poisonous and have a same color as a ground.
  • 21. Problems and Challenges • Lion fish enemies are sharks and humans.
  • 22. Conclusion • I like nothing about Lion fish.
  • 23. References Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm
  • 24. All about me • I am Jeremy. • I am in second grade. • I am nine years old. • I am a boy. • My school is SCIS.
  • 25. Reptiles By Stanley L
  • 26. Reptiles • Reptiles breathe with lungs. • Their body cover with dry skin. • They are born in eggs. • They are cold blooded. • Some slither on their belly.
  • 27. Table of contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • About me
  • 28. Description • The Pig Nosed Turtle can grow to be 55 cm in length. • Their color is light gray in color. • Their body is covered by a shell made of keratin.
  • 29. Habitat • The Pig Nosed Turtle live in Papua New Guinea and Australia.
  • 30. Food • The Pig Nosed Turtle eats many kinds of insects and plants. They eat many fruits, seeds, roots, and leaves. They also eat snails, insects, and small fish.
  • 31. Protection • The Pig Nosed Turtle can hide in their shell.
  • 32. Unique Characteristics • Born in eggs. • They can breathe with lungs. • They are warm blooded.
  • 33. Problems and challenges • They are endangered because people like to eat them.
  • 34. conclusion • I chose this animal because the nose is so funny.
  • 35. References Animal Classification Webquest • http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4 .htm
  • 36. About Me • I am in grade2. • My name Stanley. • I am form U.S.A • I am year of the snake. • I am almost 8. • My school is in SCIS.
  • 37. Mammal By Jennifer L
  • 38. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • About me
  • 39. Description Cheetahs look like a big cat. They are covered with short fur.
  • 40. Habitat The cheetah’s habitat is Africa to India.
  • 41. Conclusion Cheetahs run fast. They can run 112 kilometers per hour. Baby cheetahs are cute.
  • 42. Food Cheetahs eat meat.
  • 43. Protection Cheetahs are fast. They have sharp claws, good eye sight and excellent sense of smell.
  • 44. Unique characteristics Cheetahs are born alive. Cheetahs can have 2 or 5 cubs (up to 8). The young call cub.
  • 45. Problems and Challenges Cheetahs are endangered.
  • 46. References Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm
  • 47. About Me My name is Jennifer L. I am in 2nd grade. I go to SCIS. I am from Korea. My Korean name is Yurie.
  • 48. Amphibian By YehonatanR
  • 49. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • About Me
  • 50. Description • A Blue Spotted Salamander is blue and it has black spots. It has slimy skin and is wet.
  • 51. Habitat • Some of the Blue Spotted Salamander live in welter but some don’t.
  • 52. Food • The Blue Spotted Salamander is a carnivore. A carnivore means it is a meat eater.
  • 53. Unique characteristics • They can hibernate with rocks and trees.
  • 54. Problem and Challenges The Blue Spotted Salamander are on endangered species because where they live the welter is not good.
  • 55. Conclusion • I like them because they have Bacteria.
  • 56. Amphibians • Amphibians breathe with lungs. • They have moist skin. • They are born from eggs. • They are cold blooded. • They have bacteria.
  • 57. References Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm www.askkids.com
  • 58. About Me Hi my name is YehonatanR. I live beside Sentry Park and I am 7 years old. My teacher is Mrs. Garrett.

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