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Animals found in the jungle

Animals Found in The Jungle

By: Katherine Shrack

Next


Animals found in the jungle

Let’s begin by learning about Animals in the Jungle. I am going to be your guide on our quest. My name is Jim. Please join me as we learn more together to prepare you for classroom presentations.

Let’s Learn


Guide

Guide

BACKHOMENEXT

QUIZ

Let’s Learn

REVIEW

WORD


Animals in jungle video

Animals In Jungle Video


First animal

First Animal:

Now let’s look at our first animal,

The Macaw.


First animal1

First Animal:

Now let’s watch a short video about Macaws!


Now that we have an introduction to macaws lets learn more information about them

Now that we have an introduction to Macaws, lets learn more information about them:

Type: Bird

Diet: Omnivore

Average lifespan: up to 60 years

Size: 11.8 to 39.5 inches

Weight: 4.5 oz to 3.75lbs


Second animal

Second Animal:

Let’s take a look at our second animal

The Poison Dart Frog


Second animal1

Second Animal:

Let’s take a look at Poison Dart Frogs in their everyday environment.


Now that were familiar with this animal let s learn more on poison dart frogs

Now that were familiar with this animal let’s learn more on Poison Dart Frogs!

Type: Amphibian

Diet: Carnivore

Average lifespan: 3 to 15 years

Size: one inch


Now it is time for a short review of our first two animals

Now it is time for a short review of our first two animals:

  • What animal has a lifespan of 3 to 15 years ?

    -Poison Dart Frog

    2. What animal is an omnivore?

    -Macaw


And now back to our animals

And now back to our Animals :

Let’s take a look at our next animal,

The Leopard.


Third animal

Third Animal:

Before we jump into the boring information, here are a few fun facts about leopards!

1. Leopards hunt about 90 different species of animals. 

2. It is estimated that there are as many as 50,000 leopards worldwide.

3. Although most leopards will tend to avoid humans, people are occasionally targeted as prey.


Now that we are familiar with this animal let s learn more information on leopards

Now that we are familiar with this animal, let’s learn more information on Leopards:

Type: Mammal

Diet: Carnivore

Size: 4.25 to 6.25(head and body)

Weight: 66 to 176lbs


Next animal

Next Animal:

African Elephant.


Fourth animal

Fourth Animal:

Before we jump into the boring information, here are a few fun facts about African Elephants!

1. An elephant’s trunk has about 150,000 muscles and no bones: these features make the trunk very flexible.

2. Elephants eat about 16 hours a day.

3. Elephants have great sense of smell and of hearing


More on african elephants

More on African Elephants:

Type: Mammal

Diet: Herbivore

Average lifespan: up to 70 years

Size: 8.2 to 13 ft (height at shoulders)

Weight:5000 to 14000 lbs


Now it is time for a short review of our previous two animals

Now it is time for a short review of our previous two animals:

  • How much do Leopards weigh?

    -66 to 176 pounds

    2. What is the average lifespan of the African Elephant?

    -up to 70 years


Next animal1

Next Animal:

Time to learn our last two animals!

Sun Bear


Animals found in the jungle

Let’s watch a short video of Sun Bear’s in Action!


More on african sun bears

More on African Sun Bears:

Type: Mammal

Diet: Omnivore

Average lifespan: up to 25 years

Size: 4 to 5 ft

Weight: 60 to 150 lbs


Last animal

Last Animal:

Time to learn our last animal!

Saltwater

Crocodile


Last animal1

Last Animal:

Time for some Saltwater Crocodile Fun Facts!

1. A transparent third eyelid allows Saltwater Crocodiles to see as well underwater as humans can on land.

2. Saltwater Crocodiles can swim long distances, and have been found out in open seas and oceans.

3. A Tiger is the only known animal to have successfully attacked and killed a Saltwater Crocodile.


More on saltwater crocodiles

More on Saltwater Crocodiles:

Type: Reptile

Diet: Carnivore

Average lifespan: 70 years

Size: 17 ft

Weight: 1,000 lbs


Now it is time for a short review of our last two animals

Now it is time for a short review of our last two animals:

  • Are Sun Bears classified as mammals?

    -yes!

    2. How big do Saltwater Crocodiles get?

    -17 feet


Animals found in the jungle

Our journey has come to an end and we are now ready for a quiz on the Animals of the Jungle!

QUIZ


Let s begin

Let’s Begin:

Which animal lives in the Jungle?

A) All animals

B) Macaw

C) Leopards

D) African Elephants


Your correct

Your Correct!

Congratulations! All the animals that we study in this PowerPoint live in the Jungle together!


Try again

Try Again

Do just Macaws live in the Jungle?

Remember, they aren’t the only ones living alone in the Jungle..

Try Again


Try again1

Try Again

Do just Leopards live in the Jungle?

Leopards have company living with them in the Jungle..

Try Again


Try again2

Try Again

Do just African Elephants live in the Jungle?

African Elephants are not alone in the Jungle living…

Try Again


Animals found in the jungle

2. Which animal is a bird?

A) Sun Bear

B) Leopard

C) Macaw

D) Poison Dart Frog


Your correct1

Your Correct!

Macaw’s are birds as you can see in the picture below!


Try again3

Try Again

Are Sun Bear’s Birds?

Try Again


Try again4

Try Again

Are Leopards birds?

Try Again


Try again5

Try Again

Are Poison Dart Frogs Birds?

Try Again


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3. What animal weighs between 66 to 176lbs?

A) Macaw

B) Leopard

D) Poison Dart Frog

C) Sun Bear


Your correct2

Your Correct!

Leopards weigh between 66 to 176 lbs!


Try again6

Try Again

Think about it..

How much do Macaws weigh?

Try Again


Try again7

Try Again

How much do Sun Bears weigh?

Try Again


Try again8

Try Again

Take a second,

How much do Poison Dart Frogs weigh?

Try Again


Animals found in the jungle

4.What animal is sized from 4 to 5ft?

A) Sun Bear

B) Macaw

C) Poison Dart Frog

D) Leopard


Your correct3

Your Correct!

Congratulations!

Sun Bears are between 4 and 5 feet!


Try again9

Try Again

Think about it..

How long are Macaws?

Try Again


Try again10

Try Again

Think about it..

How long do Poison Dart Frogs get?

Try Again


Try again11

Try Again

Leopard get longer, don’t they?

Try Again


Animals found in the jungle

5. What animal is 1000lbs that we reviewed?

A) Macaw

B) Leopards

C) Poison Dart Frogs

D) Saltwater Crocodiles


Your correct4

Your Correct!

Congratulations!

Saltwater Crocodiles weigh 1000 pounds!


Try again12

Try Again

How much do Macaws weigh?

Try Again


Try again13

Try Again

Think about it..

How much do Leopards weigh?

Try Again


Try again14

Try Again

Think about it..

How long do Poison Dart Frogs weigh?

Try Again


Animals found in the jungle

6. What animal is both a bird and an omnivore?

A) Sun Bear

B) Poison Dart Frog

C) Macaw

D) Leopards


Your correct5

Your Correct!

Congratulations! Great Job!

Macaw’s are birds and omnivores!


Try again15

Try Again

Think about it..

Are Sun Bears birds?

Try Again


Try again16

Try Again

Think about it..

Are Poison Dart Frogs omnivores?

Try Again


Try again17

Try Again

Think about it..

Are Leopards birds or omnivores?

Try Again


Animals found in the jungle

7. What animal is both a mammal and lives up to 25 years?

A) Macaw

B) Sun Bear

C) Leopard

D) Saltwater Crocodile


Your correct6

Your Correct!

Congratulations! Great Job!

Sun Bears are both mammals and live up to 25 years!


Try again18

Try Again

Think about it..

Can Macaws live up to 25 years?

Try Again


Try again19

Try Again

Think about it..

Can Leopards live up to 25 years?

Try Again


Try again20

Try Again

Think about it..

Are Saltwater Crocodiles mammals?

Try Again


Animals found in the jungle

Last Question

8. What animal has the interesting fact below?

A transparent third eyelid allows which animal to see as well underwater as humans can on land.

A) African Elephant

B) Leopard

C) Saltwater Crocodile

D) Macaw


Your correct7

Your Correct!

Congratulations! Great Job!

Saltwater Crocodiles have a third eyelid that helps their sight!


Try again21

Try Again

Think about it..

Do African Elephants have an extra eyelid?

Try Again


Try again22

Try Again

Think about it..

Do Leopards have eyesight from an extra eyelid?

Try Again


Try again23

Try Again

Think about it..

Did we study interesting facts about Macaws?

Try Again


Congratulations

Congratulations!

You completed the journey. You are now an expert and will be able to tell everyone in your class about these animals.


Wrap up of animals

Wrap Up of Animals

END

Quiz Again


Animals found in the jungle

References

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/macaw/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ljm1ZmdySo

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/amphibians/poison-frog/?source=A-to-Z

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqBc80FiJB4

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/african-elephant/?source=A-to-Z

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4f102762CI

http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/reptiles/saltwater-crocodile/?source=A-to-Z


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