Jen, Haleigh, Amelia Albatross

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  • Jen, Haleigh, Amelia Albatross

    1. 1. FLIGHT OF THE ALBATROSS By Jen, Jessie and Amelia.
    2. 2. Contents. Greetings. Predators. The solution to predator problems. Sorting hunger pains. Da egg. Photo page. The ending. The final ending.
    3. 3. Greetings. Albatross greet each other by grunting, touching bills and flapping their wings. This is Albatross language for: How are you dear? Had a nice trip?
    4. 4. Predators Some of the main predators are wild cats, ferrets, stoats and blowflies. Once the chick is born, it is vulnerable to Predators. If the chick sticks out any part of its body out of the nest a predator will take its chance to eat it.
    5. 5. The solution to predator problems. • Put bottles containing rotten meat 3 meters from the birds to attract the flies away. • On the nests, place cotton balls soaked in peppermint essence- the smell repels the flies. • Blowflies kill more albatross chicks than stoats, ferrets and cats put together, and they haven’t had a death from cats and ferrets in years.
    6. 6. Sorting huger pains A mother Albatross will go and find food. But instead of just eating the food it will save some in a little pouch for the baby.
    7. 7. Da Egg The Mother Albatross will lay an egg once every two years. Seventy-nine days later, a white fluffy chick hatches.
    8. 8. PHOTO PAGE
    9. 9. The ending See if you can figure out who’s who. Hi
    10. 10. THE FINAL ENDING BYE!!!

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