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Come join are journey . by Emma ,Malerie , Bailee . African serval . African Serval scientific name is L eptailrus serval . They eat small fowl and other creatures that can be the size of an antelope . The African Serval is a wild cat that lives in Africa. Two-toed sloth .

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come join are journey

Come join are journey

by Emma ,Malerie , Bailee

african serval
African serval
  • African Serval scientific name is Leptailrus serval.
  • They eat small fowl and other creatures that can be the size of an antelope
  • The African Serval is a wild cat that lives in Africa.
two toed sloth
Two-toed sloth
  • The two-toed sloth’s diet is leaves , twigs , and fruits

The two-toed sloth’s are 21 to 29 inches long and weighs about 9 to 17 pounds

  • The two-toed sloth lives in central America and northern south America including Peru and brazil
tamandua northern vested anteater
Tamandua northern vested anteater
  • Northern tamanduas are found in south America .
  • Its tongue is 40cm long and they are covered with hair
  • They tend to avoid ants with spiky bodies or strong defense mechanisms