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Grade 2 students researched different animals and reported their findings using PowerPoint

Grade 2 students researched different animals and reported their findings using PowerPoint

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  • Shark By Ross Clary
  • Table of Contents
    • Question and Answer Pages
    • Fast Facts Page
    • Reference Page
    • About Me
  • How does the shark protect itself? A shark is at the top of their food chain and has very powerful jaws with many rows of teeth to chomp every animal.
  • Where does the shark live?
    • Sharks can be found in oceans, coral lagoons, mangrove swamps, rivers and shallow seas. Some species of shark can be found in freshwater too, like the bullshark.
  • How does the shark adapt to its environment?
    • Sharks have fins and a slick body that helps them swim.
    • Sharks have a lot of sharp teeth.
  • How many species of sharks are there?
    • Currently there are approximately 400 described species of sharks, however new species are being discovered all the time.
  • How is the shark born?
    • One mother shark can give birth to up to 6 pups at a time. The babies are carried inside and are born alive just like humans. After they are born, the babies are independent feeders.
  • Interesting Fact Page
    • The Grey Reef Shark is a very interesting animal. It can live a really long time in the beautiful coral reefs. This shark is normally not a threat to humans, but it is close to being on the endangered species list because of humans.
    • Shark fishers kill Grey Reef Sharks to sell their fins for food!
  • Reference Page
    • Shark Pictures
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/91374629@N00/416248174
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/91374629@N00/443211030
    • Shark Information
  • About Me
    • I was born on June 1 st in Texas.
    • My family consists of my mom, Heather, my dad, Jamie, and my sister, Emma!
    • I love to play sports. My favorites are soccer and baseball.