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Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
Animal Classification Group 2
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  • 1. Animal Classification Group 2 MAMMALS – Liv S | BIRDS – Vincent L FISH – Jin J | REPTILES – Noah S AMPHIBIANS – Hilda K Grade 2 – Mrs. Garrett’s Class SCIS Pudong Campus
  • 2. Mammals By LivS
  • 3. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristic • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • About me
  • 4. Description I am studying on killer whale. • A killer whale weight about 66 pounds.
  • 5. Habitat • My animal lives in the sea. An killer whale hibernates. They travel by team work.An killer whale hibernaits
  • 6. food Killer whales eat seals,fish and dolphins. herbihavior.
  • 7. Protection • They protect them selvs by team work
  • 8. Unique Characteristics • Born alive. One baby at a time. A killer whale baby is called a cow. • . It kills people.
  • 9. Problems and Challenges • Killer whales are not indangerd.
  • 10. Conclusion • I did not like that killer whales kill things.
  • 11. References Animal Classification Webquest • http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4 .htm
  • 12. All about me • Hi my name is Liv. I go to SCIS.I like Shanghai a little. l like Norway better than any other country in the world. • I have one big brother. I like him a lot. He is nice to me. He helps me with home work
  • 13. Birds By Vincent L
  • 14. Table of contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusoin • References • About Me
  • 15. Description • My animal’s name is Rifleman. • They weigh 6-7 g. and their length is 8 cm. • The Rifleman’s color is yellow, white, and black. The Rifleman’s body covering is feathers.
  • 16. Habitat Rifleman’s habitat is New Zealand. They travel with their wings. They don’t migrate or hibernate.
  • 17. Food Rifleman are insectivorous. Rifleman eat insects.
  • 18. protection • They always fly
  • 19. Unique Characterist • Rifleman is born in eggs. They can lays 4 or 5 eggs. Their young called Dod.
  • 20. Problems and challenges • No, because most people like birds.
  • 21. conclusion Rifleman is cute so I choose him.
  • 22. References Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm
  • 23. About me Hello my name is Vincent L. I am in 2nd grade in Mrs. Garret’s class. I am 8 years old. I was born in U.S.A.
  • 24. Fish By Jin J
  • 25. Fish • Fish breath with gills. • Fish are covered with scales. • Some fish are born alive and some come from eggs. • Fish are cold-blooded.
  • 26. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • All about me
  • 27. Description Siamese fighting fish are many different colors. They have scaly skin.
  • 28. Habitat Siamese fighting fish habitat is in southeast Asia.
  • 29. Food Siamese fighting fish eat meat.
  • 30. Protection Siamese fighting fish protect themselves by fighting until predator is dead.
  • 31. Unique characteristics Nothing.
  • 32. Problems and Challenges Siamese fighting fish are not endangered.
  • 33. Conclusion • I like that the Siamese fighting fish is many colors.
  • 34. References Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm
  • 35. About Me I am Jin. I am in 2nd grade. I use to live in America. I was born in Korea.
  • 36. Reptiles By Noah S
  • 37. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and challenges • Conclusion • References • About Me
  • 38. Description An American crocodile is brown. The length is 6m (19,8 ft ) It ways 400-500 kg. The body covering is a lizard like body. They are cold blooded and it MIGRATES.
  • 39. Habitat They live in salt water.
  • 40. Food It is a CARNIVOR with means it eats meat.
  • 41. Protection They have hard skin and sharp teeth.
  • 42. Unique Characteristics They are born in eggs. They can have 20 up to 60 eggs. They go from Hatchlings to juveniles to adults.
  • 43. Problems and Challenges It is endangered because people are using there skin for cloths.
  • 44. Conclusion I like them because they have sharp teeth to protect them selves.
  • 45. Reptiles • Reptiles breath with lungs. • They have dry, scaly, skin. • Some reptiles are born live and some are born in eggs. • They are cold blooded. • Some slither some walk.
  • 46. References Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm http://www.askkids.com/
  • 47. About Me Hi I am Noah I am in grade two in Mrs.Garrett’s class. I am seven years old. I live in Shanghai.I was born in Boston. I chose reptiles because I like them. I hope you liked my Powerpoint.
  • 48. Amphibian By Hilda K
  • 49. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • About Me
  • 50. DESCRIPTION My animal is the red eyed tree frog. They can be about 2 inches long. The babies are brown and the adults are green. It has moist skin.
  • 51. habitat • They travel by jumping. • They leave belly and foot prints by juming.
  • 52. food • The red eyed tree frog is a carnivore. It eats insects.
  • 53. Protection • They protect themselves with their eyes.
  • 54. Unique Characteristics • Frogs can lay as many as 4,000 eggs. • Their babies are called tadpoles. • They are born in water and live on land.
  • 55. Conclusion • I like this animal because I like amphibians.
  • 56. References Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm
  • 57. About Me • Hi, my name is Hilda. I am 8 and a half years old.

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