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  • 1. Animal Classification Group 3 BIRDS – Benjamin W | REPTILES – Jaden D FISH – Emily S | MAMMALS – Abby W AMPHIBIANS – Milena T Grade 2 – Mrs. Garrett’s Class SCIS Pudong Campus
  • 2. Bird By Benjamin W
  • 3. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • About Me
  • 4. Description The Woodpeckers can grow to be 1.5 ounces and 16-20 inches.
  • 5. Habitat Wood Peckers live in the rain forest. They fly to travel.
  • 6. Food They are omnivore. They eat insects, fruit, seeds, and lizards.
  • 7. Protection • They call for self announcement and alarm.
  • 8. Unique Characteristics • Woodpeckers have feathers. • They hatch from eggs. • Their young are called chicks. • They breathe with lungs.
  • 9. Problems and Challenges Their enemies are people because we are killing those trees.
  • 10. Conclusion I like woodpecker because they are amazing and they are funny.
  • 11. References 1. http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass 4.htm 2. http://www.google.com/ 3. http://www.askkids.com/
  • 12. About Me I am 9 years old. I was born in Taiwan. I’m in second grade.
  • 13. Reptiles By JadenD
  • 14. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristic • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • About Me
  • 15. Description • Green Sea Turtles are 78 to 112 cm in length. • The body covering is dry scaly skin. • Their color is olive brown to black. • Come up to breath every few seconds
  • 16. Habitat • Green Sea Turtles Migrate. • They travel by swimming. • They live in warm tropical oceans.
  • 17. Food • Green Sea Turtles are omnivores.
  • 18. Protection • Green Sea Turtles protect them self with there shells.
  • 19. Unique Characteristics • They're born from eggs. • They only lay 2-3 eggs a year. • Young are called hatchlings.
  • 20. Problems and Challenges • They are endangered because… • Humans hunting • Pollution • Habitat loss
  • 21. Conclusion • I like Green Sea Turtles because when they hatched there're so cute.
  • 22. References Animal Classification Webquest. • http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4 .htm
  • 23. All About Me My name is Jaden I go to SCIS. I like the color blue and red. I’m from Canada. I have one little brother his name is Dylan. He is 5 and I am 8. We have 4 people in are family. We have a dog. Mexican food is my favorite kind of food. I’m born in Taiwan.
  • 24. Fish By Emily S
  • 25. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • About me
  • 26. Description • I am studying about balloon fish. • The balloon fish length is 30 cm. • The balloon fish body covering is scales and long spines all over its body. • The color of a balloon fish body is grayish, whitish and sometimes brown.
  • 27. Habitat • Balloon Fish live in grassy flats, coral reefs and mangrove areas.
  • 28. Food • Balloon fish eat squid sea weed and many other things.
  • 29. Protection • To protect itself it puffs up and spines stick up.
  • 30. Unique Characteristics • Balloon fish can be very cool. • There color is grayish whitish and sometimes brown.
  • 31. Problems and challenges • The balloon fish are close to being in danger of extinct because there are more and more of there enemies are coming alive .
  • 32. Conclusion • I like that they are cute and they can do cool things in the water and also can jump out of the water and go back in to the water again.
  • 33. Reference Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm
  • 34. All About Me • Hello my name is Emily. • My school is SCIS. • I am 7 in a half. • My teacher is Mrs. Garrett.
  • 35. Mammals By Abby W
  • 36. Mammals • Mammals breathe with lungs. • They have fur or hair. • They born alive. • All is animal warm-blooded . • Mammals drink there moms milk.
  • 37. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and challenges • Conclusion • References • About me
  • 38. Description • The Red Giant Squirrel can grow to 10 to 12 inches long. • They can weigh between 2.5 and 4.5 ounces. • They have light brown fur. • They have skin that connects their wrist to their back legs which helps them to glide from tree to tree.
  • 39. Habitat • The Red Giant Flying Squirrel lives in nests in cavities of trees.
  • 40. Food • The Red Giant Flying Squirrel is a herbivore. • They eat nuts, seeds, grain, and fruit.
  • 41. Protection • The Red Giant Flying Squirrel protects itself by gliding from tree to tree.
  • 42. Unique Characteristics • The Red Giant Flying Squirrel is nocturnal. That mean they are awake at night.
  • 43. Problems and Challenges • The Red Giant Flying Squirrel is endangered. They only mate once a year and there is a loss of their habitat.
  • 44. Conclusion I think the Red Giant Flying Squirrel is cute. I think they are a good at flying.
  • 45. References Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm
  • 46. About Me • My name is Abby W. • I am year of the snake. • I am from Hong Kong.
  • 47. Amphibians by MilenaT
  • 48. Amphibians • Amphibians breathe with lungs. • All amphibians have wet moist skin. • Amphibians are born in eggs. • All amphibians are cold blooded. • Amphibians are born and live on land and water.
  • 49. Table of Contents • Description • Habitat • Food • Protection • Unique Characteristics • Problems and Challenges • Conclusion • References • All about me
  • 50. Description • Red eyed tree frog can grow to be 2-3 inches long. • Red eyed tree frogs have bold red eyes and vibrant green bodies, with yellow and blue stripes and orange/red toes. • Red eyed tree frogs’ body covering is wet moist skin.
  • 51. Habitat • Red eyed tree frogs live in tropical rain forests in Central America and South America.
  • 52. Food • The Red Eye Tree Frog is a carnivore. It eats flies, crickets, moths, grasshoppers, and small frogs.
  • 53. Protection • The Red Eye Tree Frog has bright colors to make them appear poisonous.
  • 54. Unique Characteristics • Red Eyed Tree Frogs have red eyes. • They are a bright green color. • They have blue and yellow stripped sides, and orange toes.
  • 55. Problems and Challenges • Red Eyed Tree Frogs are nocturnal. That means that Red Eye Tree Frogs sleep in the day and are awake at night. If they are awake during the day their enemies can see and eat them.
  • 56. Conclusion • I like this animal because its red eyes look funny. • I think red eyed tree frogs are cool!
  • 57. Reference Animal Classification Webquest http://jabernethy.com/portfolio/AnimalClass4.htm
  • 58. All About Me My name is Milena. I'm 7 and a half. I'm from U.S.A. My school is SCIS.