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ANIMALS BY: CHRISTIAN With a little help from Mom WEDDEL SEALS Weddel Seals have 34 different calls. They can be heard for more than 15 miles underwater . BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN Bottlenose Dolphins live in groups called pods. Both young and old dolphins play together. BALD EAGLE

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ANIMALS

BY: CHRISTIAN

With a little help from Mom

weddel seals
WEDDEL SEALS
  • Weddel Seals have 34 different calls.
  • They can be heard for more than 15 miles underwater.
bottlenose dolphin
BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN
  • Bottlenose Dolphins live in groups called pods.
  • Both young and old dolphins play together.
bald eagle
BALD EAGLE
  • The Bald Eagle is our National symbol.
  • Bald Eagles are not really bald. They have white feathers on their head, neck and tail.
  • The Bald Eagle may use the same nest year after year. One nest was found that was 34 years old and weighed over 2 tons.
penguins
PENGUINS
  • Emperor Penguins can dive to depths of 1,500 feet.
  • Differences in their calls help to tell the difference between males and females.
colobus monkey
COLOBUS MONKEY
  • The roaring of the Black and White Colobus Monkey is the most haunting sound of the forest..
mountain gorilla
Mountain Gorilla
  • Gorilla’s live together as families.
  • Playing with newborns and young Gorillas.
  • Looking for tender bamboo shoots to eat.
  • And fighting for their lives.
zebra
Zebra
  • The barking of Zebra’s can be heard across Africa.
  • They talk to keep in contact with each other.
orangutan
Orangutan
  • Orangutan means man of the forest.
  • Their long calls echo back and forth over long distances.
gray wolf
GRAY WOLF
  • Gray Wolves live in packs of 2 to 12 animals.

Wolves talk to each other by howling.

black panther
Black Panther
  • There is no one species called Black Panther. They are either a Leopard or Panther.
  • The Black Panther is most commonly found in southeast Asia.
african lion
African Lion
  • An adult Lions roar can be heard up to 5 miles way.
  • Lions are inactive up to 21 hours a day.
  • They hunt in the coolest hours of early morning.
bengal tiger
BENGAL TIGER
  • The Tigers stripes help them hide in the shadows of tall grasses.
  • A Tiger can eat as much as 88 pounds of meat in one feeding.
hippopotamus
HIPPOPOTAMUS
  • Hippos spend most of their day in water or mud.
  • Hippos have lips about 2 feet wide.
  • Baby Hippos are born underwater.
leopards
LEOPARDS
  • The leopards remarkable strength and agility allow it to climb trees.
  • In the trees they find a place to rest, a vantage point for hunting, and a place to hide their food.
  • Baby leopards are born blind.
elephants
Elephants
  • The Elephant is the largest living land animal on earth.
  • They use their trunks to smell, eat, drink and move things.
lemur
LEMUR
  • The Lemur live in the forest in Madagascar.
  • They eat mainly fruit, but also leaves, flowers and even dirt.
north american black bear
North American Black Bear
  • Bears are excellent climbers, good runners and powerful swimmers.
  • Bears eat both meat and and plants.
  • Bears eat insects, fruit, vegetables, honey and some meat.
chimpanzee
chimpanzee
  • Chimps are one of the few animals that make and use tools.
  • They often feed by poking a stick in the ground and eating the insects off the stick.
dromedary camel
Dromedary Camel
  • The Dromedary Camel can drink 30 gallons of water in just 10 minutes.
  • Camels store fat in their hump - not water.
  • Baby camels are born without a hump - they do not get a hump until they eat solid food.