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The wild wildlife . By. Aubree Merlo, Jenna Lambes , Jordee Harper, and Victoria M cclelland. African Serval . There habits are Quite specific Well watered Reed beds Long-grass environments Not in rainforests African males are somewhat bigger or larger then the females .

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The wild wildlife

The wild wildlife

By. Aubree Merlo, Jenna Lambes, Jordee Harper, and Victoria Mcclelland


African serval

African Serval

There habits are Quite specific

Well watered

Reed beds

Long-grass environments

Not in rainforests

African males are somewhat bigger or larger then the females

Jordee Harper


Three banded armadillo
Three-banded Armadillo

  • The southern three banded armadillo is remarkable for one of the few armadillo species capable of rolling into a ball.

  • The armadillo- plating that covers the body and is divided into two domed shells, with three armored bands in between, joined by flexible bands of skin.

  • Other distinctive features of the southern three banded armadillo are the second, third and fourth toes of the honed feet.

  • Jenna Lambes


    Two toed sloth
    Two-Toed Sloth

    • They have grooved hair that allows algae to grow their ,giving there a green tint that provides cacology in the forest.

    • Its diet is leaves ,twigs and fruits.

    • Sloths are in the same odder as –armadillos and anteaters. Lack canines and incisor teeth

    Aubree Merlo


    Tamandua nothern vested

    Tamanduanothern vested

    Tamandua use there tails as there third foot

    Tamandua fight enemies on its tail

    Tamandua uses there claws to open the nests of insects

    Tori mcclelland