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Welcome to the zoo a powerpoint presentation

Welcome to the Zoo

Presented by Desirae Loftin


Welcome to the zoo a powerpoint presentation

Zebra

  • The Zebra is a wild horse.

  • Their ears, eyes, and sense of smell are very good.

  • They are fast runners.

  • They have black and white stripes all over their body.

www.hyahya.org/.../pictures/ wallpaper1024/zebra.jpg

www.gbslinens.com/swatches/ prints/large_zebra.jpg


Welcome to the zoo a powerpoint presentation

Giraffe

  • The Giraffe is the tallest living animal.

  • They have brownish spots all over their body.

  • They are very gentle.

  • Baby giraffes are born with horns.

home.vicnet.net.au/~neils/ africa/giraffe.htm

www.stevenshobbyfarm.com/ cart/animal/giraffe.jpg


Welcome to the zoo a powerpoint presentation

Elephant

  • The elephant is the largest living mammal.

  • Their skin is very thick and usually gray.

  • Adult elephants spend 18-20 hours eating each day.

  • They have a large truck that they use to grasp objects.

exn.ca/Stories/2000/ 06/20/53.asp

www.bythom.com/safari.htm


Welcome to the zoo a powerpoint presentation

Lion

  • Lions are social animals that live in groups called prides.

  • They have excellent eyesight and see well in the dark.

  • Male lions have long hair around their face which are called manes.

  • They have a loud roar.

http://www.houstonzoo.org/mammals/catset.htm

geowww.geo.tcu.edu/student/argenbright/ RubyArizona.html


Welcome to the zoo a powerpoint presentation

Flamingo

  • Flamingos have pinkish red feathers.

  • Their bill and legs are also pink.

  • They live in shallow water.

  • They are a type of bird.

www.studentadvtrav.com/ Mayan/day_4.html

www.outerside.com/prints/ brd_flamingo_fresco.html


Welcome to the zoo a powerpoint presentation

Koala

  • Koalas look very similar to a teddy bear.

  • They have grayish-brown fur with a white belly.

  • They carry their babies in a pouch on their tummy.

  • They spend 19-20 hours sleeping and 5 hours eating each day.

www.houstonzoo.org

www.califrio.cl/materials.htm


Welcome to the zoo a powerpoint presentation

Baboon

  • Baboons are the largest of all monkeys.

  • The males have bright colored skin, while the females have black and gray skin.

  • They walk on their fingers and toes.

  • They can live up to 46 years.

http://www.houstonzoo.org/mammals/primset.htm

www.lbah.com/ Wildlife_Program.html


Welcome to the zoo a powerpoint presentation

References

  • www.hyahya.org/.../pictures/ wallpaper1024/zebra.jpg

  • www.gbslinens.com/swatches/ prints/large_zebra.jpg

  • home.vicnet.net.au/~neils/ africa/giraffe.htm

  • www.stevenshobbyfarm.com/ cart/animal/giraffe.jpg

  • exn.ca/Stories/2000/ 06/20/53.asp

  • www.bythom.com/safari.htm

  • http://www.houstonzoo.org/mammals/catset.htm

  • www.geo.tcu.edu/student/argenbright/ RubyArizona.html

  • www.studentadvtrav.com/ Mayan/day_4.html

  • www.outerside.com/prints/ brd_flamingo_fresco.html

  • www.houstonzoo.org

  • www.califrio.cl/materials.htm

  • www.lbah.com/ Wildlife_Program.html

  • http://www.houstonzoo.org/mammals/primset.htm


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