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My Animal: Moose by: a grade two student . Moose belong in the. Mammals Group. Appearance. Moose are large animals. They are brown. Their bodies are covered with fur . Their long, slender legs are very strong. They have long thick necks. . Food and Eating.

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appearance
Appearance

Moose are large animals.

They are brown.

Their bodies are covered with fur .

Their long, slender legs are very strong.

They have long thick necks.

food and eating
Food and Eating

Moose eat plants.

The food they like to eat best is tree bark.

They have noses that help them find their food.

habitat
Habitat

Moose live in the forest.

The reason they live there is because they need lots of room to run from danger.

babies young
Babies/Young

Moose have live babies.

The baby grows inside the mother for 7 to 8 months.

The adults take care of the young until they are 1.5 to 2 years old.

Baby moose look like small deer.

other information
Other Information
  • Moose are animals that chew and swallow their food more than once. After a little while the food comes back to the mouth from the stomach. Then they chew and swallow again.
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Bibliography - Where I found the information for my research project.
  • Book: Moose by Joann Early Macken
  • Website: http//web.ebscohost.com
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