Moose by yurtgc548

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									                        Moose
                          by Blaine

• They have dark brown
  skin on there belly and
  light brown skin on there
  back.
• Moose weigh up to 1200
  lbs.
• They are 5 to 7 feet long.
• They live tell 15 to 25
  years old.
• They have the longest
  antlers in the deer family.
                     Gray Wolf
                         by Taylor
• Baby wolves can not see
  when they are just born.
• Wolves always howl at
  night when the moon’s
  full.
• The gray wolves live in
  rainforest, tundra ,desert,
  plain and some
  mountains.
• The gray wolf is 20to 32
  inches at shoulder to toe.
• The gray wolves eat deer,
  caribou, moose.
                 Cheetah
                   by Teddy

• They can run up to
  900 feet.
• It can run 75 miles
  per hour.
• Poachers kill them
  illegally.
• They don't often
  attack humans.
• People used to keep
  them as pets.
               American Buffalo
                         by Nick
• There are 20 million to 30
  million American Buffalo
  alive.
• The American Buffalo is
  the heaviest land animal
  in North America.
• A male American Buffalo
  is bigger than a female.
• The fastest a American
  Buffalo can run is 30
  mph.
• American Buffalo live in
  herds of 30 to 50
  Buffalos.
                  Giant Panda
                       by Rachel
• If a mother panda has
  two babies at a time one
  will die because the
  mother panda can only
  take care of one baby.
• America has had two
  pandas before in a zoo.
• Pandas in zoos can live
  up to be 35 years old.
• Pandas have big teeth
  and powerful jaws.
• A panda eats a lot of
  bamboo every day.
                   Kangaroo
                     by Reagan

• The small one is the
  female.
• They are herbivores.
• They are red and
  gray.
• They live in dry lands.
• They are 5 and 6 feet
  tall
                       Gorilla
                        by Anna

• Females breed when
  they are 10 years old.
• Male mountain gorillas
  are 6ft. tall.
• Mountain gorillas live up
  to 35 years old.
• Male gorillas weigh up to
  600 lbs.
• When a gorilla drinks it
  soaks the back of his
  hand and sucks the water
  from the fur.
                   Orangutan
                      by Brianna

• They are endangered
  animals.
• They live on Pacific
  Islands between Borneo
  and Sumatra.
• They chew leaves and
  eat some insects.
• They have reddish hair
  and a stubby thumb.
• They are 4 ½ feet long.
                        Giraffe
                        by Megan
• A mother giraffe after
  gives birth while standing
  so that the newborn falls
  6ft.
• Healthy giraffe live about
  25 years .
• Giraffes making allow
  them to hide among tree.
• They live where there are
  tree and forests.
• They can also live in a
  zoo people watch them in
  the zoo.
                     Koalas
                     by Kayleigh

• Koalas stay out of
  their mothers pouch
  for a little bit.
• They weigh 30
  pounds.
• They are mammals.
• They live in Australia.
• Koalas have thick
  gray or brow fur.
                            Owl
                         by Rebecca

• The great horned owl is
  the only owl that will eat a
  skunk .
• The largest owl in the
  world .
• The smallest owl is the elf
  owl .
• Owls eyes cannot move .
• Owls can turn their head
  all the way around .
                  Grizzly Bear
                       by Keaton

• The largest bear recorded
  weighed 1,500 pounds.
• A male bear will eat its
  young.
• There are 25,000 bears in
  Canada
• There was thousands of
  bears in Canada now
  there is not one.
• Bears have very long
  claws.
                       Penguin
                          by Abby

• Penguins live in one
  place for their whole life.
• Emperor penguins are
  the largest penguin of all.
• They live up to 15 to 20
  years in the wild.
• Penguins can’t actually
  fly.
• Penguins are found on
  every continent.
                        Beaver
                       by Isaac
• A beaver can hold its
  breath for fifteen minutes.
• The beaver uses its flat
  tail to swim better.
• Beavers lives in North
  America, Europe, and
  Asia.
• Its enemies are animals
  and people.
• The beaver can live for
  nineteen years.
                     Sea Turtle
                        by Corinna

• Sea Turtles can be 2 to 5
  feet long.
• Sea Turtles go south
  when it’s cold like birds.
• They eat plankton,
  seaweed, coral, crabs,
  lobster, and shellfish.
• They can weigh 100 to
  1001 pounds.
• Sea Turtles eat jelly fish,
  chiefly animals, and small
  fish.
                       Walrus
                        by Bradyn
• They live in the cold
  artic.
• They weigh up to
  3000 ponds.
• They have long tusk
  for weapons.
• They have bristles to
  help them find food . It
  sucks the flesh out of
  the sell.
                       Jaguar
                       by Kimberly

• They have verry short
  neck and legs.
• There eyes are located
  on the side of there head.
• When they have black fur
  you can’t see the black
  spots.
• Jaguars hang out on
  trees.
• Jaguars can roar but they
  hardly ever do.
                      Chimp
                       by Grant

• Some African people use
  chimps bones for
  medicine.
• Chimps are found in 21
  African countries.
• There are 100,000 to
  200,000 chimps in the
  wild.
• Some chimps kill and eat
  baboons.
• They mostly eat in the
  morning.
                     Polar Bear
                         by Celeste

•    There are only 21,500-
    25-000 polar bear left.
•   Their enemies are hunter.
•   Some polar bears weigh
    up to 1,000 lbs.
•   In the United States laws
    to protect polar bear.
•   Their cubs weigh only 1
    ½ lbs.

								
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