All About Porcupines




          Madison
About The Author
 My name is Madison I
  like dance and
  softball.
 I decided to do the
  porcupine because
  they have...
Who I Am
 My animal is a
  porcupine I am a
  Herbiuore my
  average life spand in
  the wild is 5 to 7 years
  my size: ...
The Early Years
 Female porcupines
  have between one
  and four babies.
  Babies have soft
  quills at birth, which
  wi...
Habitat Sweet Habitat
 The porcupines are found
  in North and South
  America. They are good
  climbers and spend much
 ...
What’s on the Menu
 Porcupines eat
  natural bark and
  steams, an have been
  known to invade
  camp grounds and
  chew ...
Making tracks
 Porcupines tracks
  show four toes on the
  front foot and five ad
  the hind foot. The
  heel pads have a...
Simply Irresistable
 The porcupine is the
  prickliest of rodents,
  though it’s Latin name
  mean “quill pig”. A
  singl...
Were In The World
 Porcupine live in
  North and South
  America, Africa,
  Europe, and Asia.
 Did you know           Fun fact!
 Porcupines are rodents after capybara and
                            the
 Some porc...
Internet List
    http://www.aefraser.com/blog/october/porcupine_
       9.jpg
 http://images.google.com/images?um=1&hl=e...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

5 B Porcupine

717 views

Published on

0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
717
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
4
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
20
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

5 B Porcupine

  1. 1. All About Porcupines Madison
  2. 2. About The Author  My name is Madison I like dance and softball.  I decided to do the porcupine because they have quills and that is how they get predators away.
  3. 3. Who I Am  My animal is a porcupine I am a Herbiuore my average life spand in the wild is 5 to 7 years my size: head and body 25 to 36 in. tail 8 to 10 in. I have soft hair, but on their back, sides, and tail it is usually mixed with sharp quills.
  4. 4. The Early Years  Female porcupines have between one and four babies. Babies have soft quills at birth, which will harden within a few days, most young porcupines are ready to live an their own at about two months of age.
  5. 5. Habitat Sweet Habitat  The porcupines are found in North and South America. They are good climbers and spend much of their time in trees. Some porcupines even have prehensile (gripping) tails to aid in climbing. Other porcupines species live in Africa, Europe, and Asia. These animals usually live on the ground and can inhabit deserts, grasslands, and forests.
  6. 6. What’s on the Menu  Porcupines eat natural bark and steams, an have been known to invade camp grounds and chew on canoe paddles.
  7. 7. Making tracks  Porcupines tracks show four toes on the front foot and five ad the hind foot. The heel pads have a pebbly texture. Sometimes the porcupines tail drags and leaves a mark that is visible piles at the base of a tree were animals have been feeding.
  8. 8. Simply Irresistable  The porcupine is the prickliest of rodents, though it’s Latin name mean “quill pig”. A single porcupine may have 30,000 or more quills. North America porcupines use front teeth to satisfy a healthy appetite.
  9. 9. Were In The World  Porcupine live in North and South America, Africa, Europe, and Asia.
  10. 10.  Did you know Fun fact!  Porcupines are rodents after capybara and the  Some porcupines eat beaver porcupines are  Grass, clovers at dusk the third largest rodent. The  French word for  porcupine is “thorny pig” 
  11. 11. Internet List  http://www.aefraser.com/blog/october/porcupine_ 9.jpg http://images.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:e US:official&q=www.+baby+porcupines+.com&&sa=N&start=20&ndsp=20 http://sites.communitylink.org/vazoo/porc4.jpg http://ak.water.usgs.gov/Projects/Nawqa/basins/anc/images/r3c.images/ http://www2.dpi.qld.gov.au/images/4025.jpg http://www.made-in-china.com/image/2f0j00BMeESIAPlakwM/Mouta http://www.silvertip.net/images/canoe33small.jpg http://chat.carleton.ca/~hcampbe3/porcupine.jpg http://www.world66.com/community/mymaps/worldmap?visited=CAUS

×