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Frozen Animals. By Year 1. Contents Page. Arctic Fox 3 Arctic Hare 4 Penguins 5 Seals 6 Polar Bears 7 Snow Leopard 8. Arctic Fox. Name They are incredibly hardy animals because they survive in seriously low temperatures. Description

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Frozen animals

Frozen Animals

By Year 1


Contents page

Contents Page

  • Arctic Fox3

  • Arctic Hare4

  • Penguins5

  • Seals6

  • Polar Bears7

  • Snow Leopard8


Arctic fox

Arctic Fox

  • Name

  • They are incredibly hardy animals because they

  • survive in seriously low temperatures.

  • Description

  • The Arctic fox is small and has white fur on the

  • bottom of there feet.

  • Habitat

  • The Arctic fox lives in the Arctic.

  • Important facts

  • The Arctic fox eat small mammals, birds, insects, eggs and berries.

  • Did you know?

  • Arctic foxes have thick fur on their paws which allows them to walk on snow and ice.

Arctic are hunted by Polar Bears.

By Lillie Roberts, Amy Sennitt, Tom Rusling and Liam Stubbins


Arctic hare

Arctic Hare

  • Name

  • The Arctic Hare is a wild animal, a strong runner and a clever survivor.

  • Description

  • It has thick white fur. It has shorter ears than a rabbit but are taller.

  • Habitat

  • They live in the Arctic Circle mainly in Greenland and the North Pole.

  • Important Facts

  • They eat shoots, buds and juicy berries.

  • Did you know?

  • Arctic Hares are fast and can bound at speeds of up to 40 miles an hour.

Arctic Hares are fast.

By Beth Patton, Millie White, Ridley Taylor and Harry Walker


Penguins

Penguins

Some penguins have yellow feathers

  • Name

  • Penguins are flightless birds.

  • Description

  • They have black and white feathers they also have shiny waterproof feathers.

  • Habitat

  • They live in the Antarctica.

  • Important facts

  • They eat krill, fish and squid. Also they drink salt water or fresh water.

  • Did you know?

  • They sleep at any time of the day.

By Bethany Fawkes, Natasha Clayton, Chloe Demsey, Isaac O'Niel and Layton Frear


Seals

Seals

  • Name

  • Seals have long bodies and also have webbed feet.

  • Description

  • They have long bodies and they are sometimes brown, grey or white. They have whiskers and they can swim very fast.

  • Habitat

  • They live in the Arctic and the Antarctica where it is very cold.

  • Important Facts

  • They eats fish and shellfish.

This is a Whitecoat seal

By Mason McDaid, Siah Saeed, Alexander Heathcote and Hayden Airey


Polar bears

Polar Bears

  • Name

  • Polar Bears are magnificent, huge animals.

  • Description

  • Polar Bear have white fur and black noses and black paws and they are huge.

  • Habitat

  • They live in the Arctic area where they can hunt.

  • Important facts

  • Polar bears are meat eaters so they eat seals, arctic foxes, fish, sea birds and reindeers.

  • Did you know?

  • Polar bears sleep underwater.

Their fur is very thick to

keep them warm.

By George Favill, Jake Fisher, Jordan McKay and Alysha Mumby


Snow leopard

Snow Leopard

  • Name

  • Snow leopards are a large cats with big whiskers.

  • Description

  • They have grey fur with big black spots and a white under belly.

  • Habitat

  • They live in the snowy mountains of Central Asia.

  • Important Facts

  • They eat rodents, monkeys and birds.

  • Did you know

  • They are known for their beautiful fur.

Snow Leopards are fast.

By Nicholas Fuller, Evie Ahston, Caitlin Blyth, Hayden Keast, Rio Adams and Jaden Miall


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