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  1. A • Ant • Insect • Evolved from wasp-like animals • Evolved 110 – 130 million years ago • 12.500 species are classified • Live in colonies http://morguefile.com/archive/display/140259

  2. B • Bear • Mammal • caniforms or carnivore • life in North and South America, Europe and Asia

  3. C • Cat • Domestic or house cat • Cats life with humans for 9.500 years • Carnivorous http://morguefile.com/archive/display/688854

  4. D • Dog • Came from the grey wolf • Carnivorous • Domesticated 15.000 years ago

  5. E • Eagle • Bird • Symbol of a couple nations like U.S. and Germany http://morguefile.com/archive/display/85312

  6. F • Frog • Amphibians • Powerful lags for long jumps • Lay eggs in water

  7. G • Giraffe • Mammal with the longest neck • It is between 14 and 17ft high • The largest recorded one was 20ft http://morguefile.com/archive/display/708875

  8. H • Horse • Domesticated around 4000 BC • Hooved mammal • Evolved over 45-55 million years

  9. I • Iguana • Lizard • Lives in tropical areas like South/Central America http://morguefile.com/archive/display/210323

  10. J • Jaguar • “big cat” • Only Panthera species found in the Americas • Near threatened • Has a common ancestor with lions and tigers

  11. K • Koala • Native in Australia • But not found in Tasmania or West Australia • Koalas are not very threatened http://morguefile.com/archive/display/610115

  12. Lion • One of the four “big cats” • Threatened • 10.000 years ago it was the widespread living mammal after humans L http://www.lions.org/lion-the-animal-more.html

  13. Mouse • Mammal • Most commonly is the house mouse • Popular pet • Eaten by large birds such as eagles and hawks M http://morguefile.com/archive/display/194381

  14. Nautilus • Survived relatively unchanged for millions of years • “Living fossils” • Has usually more than one tentacle N

  15. O • Owl • Considered as a bird • Hunts small mammals, insects and other birds • Almost found everywhere on the earth http://morguefile.com/archive/display/742919

  16. Penguin • Non-flyable bird • Lives mostly in the Antarctica • Eat little sea animals • Lives around half of their live on land and in the ocean • Some species live in hot areas P

  17. Q • Quail • It is a mid-sized bird • Eat usually seeds and insects • They nest on the ground http://morguefile.com/archive/display/22921

  18. Rabbit • Also called bunnies • Small mammals • Males are called buck • Females are called doe • Lives mostly in grassland • Live in groups R

  19. s • Snake • Legless • Carnivorous reptiles • Can just see moving things • Some species have toxin, others don’t http://morguefile.com/archive/display/622881

  20. Turtle • Reptile • Has a shell which acts as a shield • Earliest found turtles are from 215 million years ago • Some species are highly endangered • Usually cold-blooded T More information: http://happyturtle.ms11.net/

  21. U • Uakari • “New World Monkey” • Have long hair all over their body except their head • Found around the Amazonas http://morguefile.com/archive/display/934981

  22. Viperfish • Deep-water fish • 12 to 24 inches long • Long, needle-like teeth • Green, silver or black • Live up to 30 or 40 years • Has a light-producing organ V

  23. W • Whale • Largest animal known to have ever existed • Blue whale is 115 ft. long • Whales used to been hunted a whole lot http://morguefile.com/archive/display/77807

  24. XiphiasGladius • Real name is “Swordfish” • Popular sportfish • They loose all their teeth by aldulthood • Can swim close to the shore • The heaviest one recorded was 1,182 lb X

  25. Y • Yak • It is vulnerable • Found Himalayan, the Tibetan Plateau and in Mongolia and Russia • Large domestic population, small wild population http://morguefile.com/archive/display/130486

  26. Zebra • Is related to horses • Characteristic with black and white stripes • Live in herds • Never got really domesticated • Lives in in Africa • Evolved within the last 4 million years Z