6K Animal Adaptations • 3 minimum or 4 maximum slides on the adaptations of your chosen animal. • Make the presentation as eye catching as possible and focus on a few adaptations. • Use Photos of diagrams to help illustrate the points you are making! • Please e-mail your completed prep ( just the 3 or 4 slides!) to email@example.com
Thebaboon is one of the fiercest animals in the world Baboon By Jack Hutchins 6k
The baboon is a: Mammal The baboons diet is a: Omnivore in the wild it can live for : 30 years Its Size: Head and body, 20 to 34 in (60 to 86 cm); Tail, 16 to 23 in (41 to 58 cm) Weight: 33 to 82 lbs (22 to 37 kg) Group name: Troop Did you know? Baboons use at least ten different and unique vocalizations to communicate with other members of the troop. Size relative to a 6-ft (2-m) man
The baboon is a very fast anima its feet can grip onto trees The baboon is a: Mammal The baboons diet is a: Omnivore in the wild it can live for : 30 years Its Size: Head and body, 20 to 34 in (60 to 86 cm); Tail, 16 to 23 in (41 to 58 cm) Weight: 33 to 82 lbs (22 to 37 kg) Group name: Troop Did you know? Baboons use at least ten different and unique vocalizations to communicate with other members of the troop. Size relative to a 6-ft (2-m) man This is were it lives it in savannah and it is adapted to savannah
The description of the baboon Description: The baboon, although a large monkey, is quite slender. Its coarse coat is dark olive-green, with the underside slightly paler and often bare. The calluses at the base of the tail are small and gray. The face has an elongated muzzle with a very marked angle where the nose meets the forehead. The length of the head and body can reach up to 40 inches plus another 27 inches for its tail. It can weigh up to 100 lbs, with females somewhat smaller.
The Grizzly Bear By Christopher Daniell
The Beaver George Hetherington
The Beavers Giant Teeth • The Beaver has giant teeth so that it can cut down trees to use in its damn. The Beaver has many other features too. • The Beaver also has an extra eye-lid so that it can see under water.
The Beavers Lungs • The Beaver has large lungs so that it can stay under water for a moderately long time a whole 45 minuets longer than humans.
Elephants By Matthew Dallow
Elephants Big ears for regulating body heat • Long trunk to wash itself Big feet for crushing down food
Polar bear By Daniel Grimster
Grizzly Bear Miles Bridgman
How big is a bear • A fully grown bear can grow up to 8 ft and they are extremely dangerous
I • It has heat exchange in
A 2/3 full brain for the sense of smell to make up for lack of vision. Mirror in its eye to help it hunt in clear sea or murky water.
The Badger By Dylan Moss
Badger The Badgers fur Makes him warm and camouflages him
About a Badger • : Adults are usually between 70 and 100 cm (2 - 3 1/2 ft) long. • Weight: Weight varies according to season, with adults usually between 6 and 7 kg (13 - 15 lbs) in summer and 12 to 14 kg (26 - 31 lbs) in winter. The average adult weight in the autumn is about 12 kg, while that for spring is circa 9 kg (20 lbs). • Badger Colours: Typically, mature badgers have a silvery-grey to black body and tail, with a paler stomach (the white abdominal fur being very thin) and dark paws.
THE ELEPHANT Callum Scott
How does it eat The elephant uses its long trunk to reach tall branches and it uses it for drinking. The amount of muscle in its trunk is mind boggling.
How big is it The smaller line is the human the bigger is the elephant. Two elephants
The Tiger By Joseph Addison 6K
TIGERS • The Tiger animal is a very fast runner so Zebras and any other animal can’t run as fast so they will be hunted.