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Milwaukee county zoo science field trip

What I Already Know About My Animal

What I Hope to Learn About My Animal

Milwaukee County Zoo Science Field Trip

http://www.lightaudit.com/clients.html

By: Katie Malczewski

10/5/2010

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  • How long they live

  • How much they weigh

  • What they do all day

  • What else they eat

  • If they are endangered

  • If they play with each other

  • If they live anywhere else

  • Lives in rainforest

  • Ape family

  • Orange hair

  • Males have funny cheeks

  • Opposable thumbs

  • Eats fruit


Milwaukee county zoo science field trip

Important Information

Purpose

AnimalstoObserve

The purpose of this field trip is to better understand animal behavior, habitat, diet, status, and physical characteristics. We will split up into groups of five and spend our time at the zoo observing a specific animal. I will take notes of what the animals are doing, what they are eating, what they look like, and any other information I find out about them.

I will use the information I find to help me write a research report about my animal.

  • Date:

  • 10/17/2010

  • Time:

  • Bus departure - 7:30 a.m.

  • Arrival at zoo – 9:30 a.m.

  • Lunch – 12:00 – 12:30 p.m.

  • Bus departure – 3:30 p.m.

  • Arrival at school – 5:30 p.m.

  • Bring:

  • Notebook

  • Pencil/pen

  • Cold lunch

  • Stop watch

  • Warm clothes

  • Camera

  • Lunch:

  • We will be meeting at the

  • front entrance for lunch.

  • King Penguin

  • Ring-tailed Lemur

  • Western Lowland gorilla

  • North American River Otter

  • African Elephant

  • African Lion

  • Orangutan

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