Note: The GreatWhite Sharkslide was allwritten by what Iknow withoutsearching theinternet.
• Scientific Name:Carcharodoncarcharias• Have a sixth sense called the Ampullae of Lorenzini•Allows them to detect electri...
Scientific Name:Ursus maritimus• Lives in the Tundra of Arctic Circle• Can swim for hours•Largest terrestrial carnivore (2...
•Scientific name: Oxyuranusmicrolepidotus• Lives in the deserts of Australia• Is dark tan, dark hue to a brownishlight-gre...
Scientific name:Crocuta crocuta• They work on groups in order to catchtheir prey.• Eat anything form lion cubs to bones of...
   Scientific name:    Ramphastidae• Brightly marked and often havelarge colorful bills•Weigh up to 130g and grow to 29cm...
   "Great White Shark." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 09 Aug. 2012. Web.    10 Sept. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wi...
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  1. 1. Note: The GreatWhite Sharkslide was allwritten by what Iknow withoutsearching theinternet.
  2. 2. • Scientific Name:Carcharodoncarcharias• Have a sixth sense called the Ampullae of Lorenzini•Allows them to detect electrical fields in the water•Shark has a biting force of 18,000 newtons•Uses vertical approach style to catch seals• Vertical approach: Jump out of the water and grabtheir prey•When attacking human they use horizontal approach•Horizontal approach: Stealthily move under thehuman and bite the side of them•Marine animal, lives all over the globe• Eats seals, tuna, turtles.
  3. 3. Scientific Name:Ursus maritimus• Lives in the Tundra of Arctic Circle• Can swim for hours•Largest terrestrial carnivore (2.4-3m)• Diet consists of seals, but maturebears tend to eat blubber•Unlike other bears, they are notterritorial•Rarely live beyond 25 years•Male polar bears will eat other cubsif they come near them• Has black skin, but white fur
  4. 4. •Scientific name: Oxyuranusmicrolepidotus• Lives in the deserts of Australia• Is dark tan, dark hue to a brownishlight-green, depending on season. tailmay brown or grey, with scales thathave blackish edge• Consumes: rodents, small mammalsand birds• Venom mostly consists of neurotoxins• 1.8-2.5m long• Although this snake is the most toxicin the world there had been no fatalities.
  5. 5. Scientific name:Crocuta crocuta• They work on groups in order to catchtheir prey.• Eat anything form lion cubs to bones ofa decaying elephant.• Live in the grasslands of Africa• Largest of the 3 hyena species•Live up to 25 years•Head to body: 86-150 cm long•Tail: 25-36 cm long•Good hearing, smell and eyesight• Can run for long distance without tiring• Packs corner a herd of animals
  6. 6.  Scientific name: Ramphastidae• Brightly marked and often havelarge colorful bills•Weigh up to 130g and grow to 29cm.• Live in the rainforest of SouthAmerica•Usually eat fruits•Sometimes eat lizards or insects•Plunder nest, take eggs andnestlings•Tongue is up to 15 cm long•Make nests in tree hollows
  7. 7.  "Great White Shark." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 09 Aug. 2012. Web. 10 Sept. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_white_shark>. Polar Bears." National Geographic. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Sept. 2012. <http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/animals/creaturefeature/polar- bear/>. "Polar Bear." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 24 Aug. 2012. Web. 10 Sept. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polar_Bear>. "Inland Taipan." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 09 Aug. 2012. Web. 10 Sept. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inland_Taipan>. Fierce Snake (Inland Taipan) - Oxyuranus Microlepidotus - Australia Reptile Park." Fierce Snake (Inland Taipan) - Oxyuranus Microlepidotus - Australia Reptile Park. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Sept. 2012. <http://www.reptilepark.com.au/animalprofile.asp?id=112>. "Spotted Hyena." National Geographic. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Sept. 2012. <http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/hyena/>. Spotted Hyena." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 09 Oct. 2012. Web. 10 Sept. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spotted_hyena>.
  8. 8. I believe this is“THE END.” Is itnot?

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