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All About Canadian Animals . By Mitchell James Donaldson. Grizzly bear. Grizzly bears are dark and black. The Grizzly bear is the second biggest land mammal in North America. They can live for 15 to 20 years. Males can weigh up to 250-350 kg, but females weigh 125-175.

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all about canadian animals

All About Canadian Animals

By Mitchell James Donaldson

grizzly bear
Grizzly bear
  • Grizzly bears are dark and black.
  • The Grizzly bear is the second biggest land mammal in North America.
  • They can live for 15 to 20 years.
  • Males can weigh up to 250-350 kg, but females weigh 125-175.
moose
Moose
  • Moose eat grass.
  • The males weigh 400 kg.
  • The female weigh 350 kg.
  • They live up to 8 to 12

years.

  • This is how big they are 2.4 to 3.2m
  • Moose can tackle other animals with their antlers.
killer whale
killer whale
  • They eat seals.
  • Males weigh 9,000 to 10,000 kg.
  • The female weighs

7,000 to 8,000 kg.

  • As you can see the eyes are hard to see.
beaver
Beaver
  • They are cute.
  • They eat wood.
  • They are the biggest rodent in North America.
  • They can weigh up to 32 kilograms.
arctic fox
Arctic fox
  • They way 2.5 to 9 kg.
  • They are white .
  • They have little paws as a baby.
  • The Arctic fox has the warmest pelt of any animal found in the Arctic.
  • It can endure temperatures as low as -50 °C.
common garter snake
Common garter snake
  • It weighs up to 150 g.
  • And the Average length is 46 to 137 cm .
  • They can live up to 2 years in the wild and 6 to 10 years in captivity (live indoors).
  • The female common garter snakes can have as many as 70 to 80 babies at a time.
the greeland shark much bigerg
The greeland shark . much bigerg
  • The Average weight: 900 kg.
  • The Average length: 6.5 metres.
  • The Greenland shark is one of the largest sharks in the world and is the largest arctic fish.
the wolf
the wolf
  • The most derris dog.
  • It ways up to 20 to 75 kg.
  • Average height is 60 to 90 cm.
  • They can be vicious.
raccoon
Raccoon
  • They are cute, but they can be bad.
  • They hibernate.
  • They weigh up to 5 - 12 kg, max. 22 - 26 kg.
  • They can be scared and attack.
  • Their life-span is average 5 years.
the sea lion
the sea lion
  • They weigh up to 566 kg males well that is males.
  • The females weigh up to 263 kg.
  • Michell fact: it is cute I think
harp seal ahhhhhhhhhhh
Harp seal. AHHHHHHHHHHH.
  • The Average weight: 130 kg for males, females slightly smaller.
  • The Average length: 1.5 to 2 meters.
  • The name “harp seal” comes from the large harp-shaped ring on the seal's back.
kermode bear
KERMODE BEAR

The Average lifespan IS Up to 25 years.

The Average weight: 70 kg (females) 135 kg (males) but can reach 290 kg.

mitchell the almighty
Mitchell the almighty.

I was the almighty leader of the Mitchell gang me and my friends no won deer to annoy us .

I love Lego star wars.

I have a dog [he eats my underwear].

And soon as I return to see my friends I shall be checking if it has a new name. Mark my words.

bibliography
Bibliography

http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/kids/animal-facts/animals.asp