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Monkeys by aliza kate

Monkey babies are very, very good at using their hands. Squirrel
monkeys often ride on their mothers back. Chimpanzees live in Africa.
They are very very smart. Gorillas are the largest kind of ape. Baboons
live in big groups called troops. Gorillas are called apes. Monkeys do
squeak allot! Monkeys have big smiles! Monkeys are very funny! Monkeys
swing on a rope. Monkey’s feet look like hands. Some monkeys eat fruit.
Monkeys are very clumsy! Some baby monkeys have pink skin on their
chest. Gorillas are very, very strong! All monkeys have fingernails just
like us! Monkeys drink their mother’s milk. As monkeys grow older
monkeys eat many foods such as nuts, seeds, lemons and salad. They
are very, very big! Did you know that monkeys could live in the zoo?
Some live in Africa to, like chimpanzees. But they can sometimes be
mean. Some can get out of control and hurt you. But you could have
them as a pet. but you could love on them.

My Sources:
Baby Animals: Monkeys Alice Twine

www. zooborns.com
Pandas By Annie

Pandas need bamboo to stay healthy. They also need fresh blue water.
They like to climb trees. They also like red apples. Giant panda bears
live in China. How do they smell danger? The fur keeps them warm.
Baby giant pandas stay safe in places where mother pandas live with
their cubs. Baby cubs drink milk from it mother. China is north. When
a cub is about one year old it can eat bamboo. A mother panda can’t
walk when it has a baby. I wish you could play with them.

My Sources:
Giant Pandas By Michelle Levine

www.zooborns.com
Kangaroos By Betty

Do you want to learn about kangaroos? Kangaroos hop very fast,


sometimes it looks like flying. There are 2 kinds of kangaroos, red
ones and gray ones. Sometimes kangaroos’ fights look like boxing. Red
Kangaroos are the biggest ones of all! Kangaroos live in groups called,
mobs. Baby joeys stay in their mothers pouch until they’re 2 months
old. Kangaroos live in Australia or Tasmania .Two of kangaroos
predators are tigers and lions. Baby joeys drink their mother’s milk.
It seems like they live in Africa. Kangaroos live in the grasslands.
Sometimes kangaroos hop along the edge of the ocean. I like kangaroos
because they are cute.

My Sources:
Kangaroos, by Kathleen Pohl

www.Zooborns.com
Crocodiles By Cannon

Crocodiles do not have many enemies. Their skin is like armor.


They live in warm wet places. They are a bolt 14 feet. Their mother
bares them in the dirt or sand. Win the babe’s are ready to hatch
they call to her to here. Crocodiles like to lie in the water. A mother
crocodile lay her eggs on land she buries the eggs under leafs or in
sand.

My Sources:
Crocodiles, Kathleen Pohl

www.zooborns.com
Dolphins By Caroline

Dolphins are fun to watch at a sea park. The kind most people see is a
bottlenose dolphin. Dolphins live in oceans all over the world. Dolphins
move their flippers and flukes to swim fast. Dolphins get together to
be safe. A dolphin cannot stay under water so they have to come up
for air. Dolphins love fish. They get them into a group and then they
eat them. Aunts help out a lot. They help mothers keep their calves
safe. Dolphins love to leap and splash in the air.

My Sources:
Dolphins, by Kathleen Pohl

www.zooborns.com
Elephants By Colledge
Colledge

Elephants live in Africa. Mud works as sun sunscreen A elephants


Trunk is more than nose. Elephants can weigh up to 7 tones. Elephants
yours their trunk like a hand. Baby elephants stay near their mom.
Baby elephants learn how to spray with their trunks. Elephants roll in
mud. Elephants eat all day. They eat leaves and grass. Roam mines
to wander. A calf is a young elephant. A trunk is an elephants an
nose. Elephants live in the savanna. Elephants play and give hugs with
their trunks. Elephants grow two jumbo teeth called tusk. Elephants
trunks grab branches. A tusk is a big pointed tooth. Mothers’ teach
calves to use their trunks. Did you learn a lot about elephants?

My Sources:
Elephants, Sydnie Meltzer Kleinhenz

www.zooborns.com
Arctic Foxes By Connor

Arctic foxes live in the tundra. The tundra is in the arctic. Arctic
foxes hunt alone. Arctic foxes eat dead animal. Arctic foxes dig dens
to keep safe. Arctic foxes have long bushy tails. Arctic foxes dens
have been used for 300 years! Arctic foxes dig dens keep warm and to
keep safe. Arctic foxes live in family groups. Arctic foxes hunt dead
animals.

My Sources:

Arctic Foxes by Emily Rose

www.zooborns.com
Sea Turtles By Fagan

Sea turtles back flippers help them steer. The leatherback turtle eats soft
jelly fish. The loggerhead turtle eats crabs and lobsters. Turtles don’t have
to lift their whole head out of the water to breathe. A baby turtle looks
just like an adult sea turtle. A shell protects most of the body. Sea turtles
swim hundreds of miles to the beach where they were born. The sea turtle
pulls herself out of the water. Scales cover the shell most sea turtles.
After a few weeks baby turtles hatch or break out of the eggs. Then the
baby sea turtles head for the ocean. They must move fast! Birds and crabs
may try to eat them once the mother sea turtle lays her eggs she goes away.
The female sea turtle lays her eggs in a hole. The she covers them with
sand. She is hiding them from predators that want to eat eggs. She then
crawls to a dry patch of sand using her flippers. She digs a hole. Different
kinds of sea turtles eat different kinds of food. Baby turtles dig their way
out of the sand. Nostrils or holes for breathing are at the top of the turtles
head. The female sea turtle lays her eggs in a hole.

My Sources:

Animals that Live in the Ocean Sea Turtles By Valerie J. Weber

www.zooborns.com
Bunnys / Rabbits By Kate

Four hundred years ago rabbits were kept for only food. Rabbits and
hares are mammals. Rabbits can live with guinea pigs. Bunnies are born
without fur. Bunnies eat leaves. Bunnies drink their mom’s milk. Bunnies
are very busy. Bunnies have big feet. Bunnies have very long ears.
Rabbit’s nests are made from fur and grass. Rabbits are very fluffy
and cute I love Bunnies and rabbits a lot. Baby rabbits are called
kittens. Rabbits live with other rabbits in a grope. My favorite fact
was about the guinea pigs.

My Sources:
My first big book of questions in answers: Baby Animals, Lora Kalkman

Watch Animals Grow: Bunnies, Colleen Sexton

www.zooborns.com
Sea Turtles by Lelia

Sea turtles eat jellyfish, shellfish and sea grasses. Sea turtles get
eaten by crabs. They have flippers to help them swim. Sea turtles
have a hard shell to keep them safe. They are great swimmers. Sea
turtles live under water. After they lay their eggs they go back into
the ocean. There are ways you can help Sea turtles. Do you know how
to help Sea turtles? You can learn about them. They lay their eggs in
the sand. Sea turtles are much bigger then pond turtles. Sea turtles
are reptiles. I love Sea turtles!

My Sources:
Let’s Read About Animals: Sea Turtles, By Kathleen Pohl

www.zooborns.com
Ducks and Ducklings by
Mary Mac

Some ducklings like the Pekin duckling live on a farm. But Mallards live all
over the world. A duckling’s feathers are softer and fuzzier then an adult
duck’s feathers. Did you know that webbed feet help ducklings swim???
This mother is with her juveniles. Baby ducks are ducklings. Baby ducks,
called duckling can swim on the first day they hatch. Ducklings stay close
to their mother. Ducklings have fuzzy feathers called down. Down can be
yellow or brown. Ducklings have two small wings. They are not big enough
to let a duckling fly. All ducklings have flat bills. This helps a duckling to
scoop up food. Ducklings find their own food. They eat seeds, insects,
and small fish. Ducklings stay near the water as the ducklings grow.
Ducklings grow fast. They paddle their webbed feet. They are so cute. I
love them. They are colorful. Let’s all help animals in water, land,
oceans, ponds, and lakes survive.

My Sources:
Watch Animals Grow: ducklings, By Colleen Sexton

Baby Animals: Ducks, By Alice Twine

www.zooborns.com
Giraffes By Mary Linder

Giraffes live on the African grass lands. Giraffes stay cool under big
trees. Did you know that? Giraffes eat out of the tallest trees. A
giraffes spots are as big as fingerprints. Giraffes use their long legs
and feet to outrun lions and danger. They keep one eye open to look for
danger to keep their baby giraffes safe. Giraffes run on the grasses of
the savanna. No two giraffes have the same pattern of dots. Well the
giraffes have to go now and spin their time in African. Goodbye
giraffes!

My Sources:
Giraffes, by Catherine Ipcizade

www.zooborns.com
Cheetahs by Matthew

Cheetahs are a part of the cat family. Cheetahs are the fastest
creature on earth. Cheetahs have a black coat. Cheetahs have a
small head. Cheetahs have thin bots. Cheetahs eat meat. Cheetahs
have sharp claws. Cheetahs eat gazelle, rabbit, and deer. Cheetahs
are not dangerous to people. I like Cheetahs. Do you?

My Sources:
Cheetahs, Barbara Keevil Parker

www.zooborns.com
Walruses By Michael

Walruses and seals are cousins. They live in the arctic. Do they swim?
Yes. They have blubber. How do walruses keep warm? Their blubber
keeps them warm. They have tusk. Walruses use their tusk in many
ways. They also help them defend against predators. Some Walruses
tusks are 3 feet long. Baby walruses are called calves. Calves ride on
their mothers back. What do they eat? Walruses eat small animals.
What scares them? Sharks scare walruses. Walruses are 12, feet
long. Some weigh 3,000 pounds. Walruses are the best animals.

My Sources:
Animals That Live in the Ocean: Walruses , Valerie J. Weber

Awesome Walruses, Eric Charlesworth

www.zooborns .com
Seals by Nicholas

Seals make a sound like this; arh arh. They can get out of water and
jump out of water and do tricks. Some of them are gray. Seals live in
the Arctic and the Antarctic. They are friendly. Seals have whiskers.
They are marine mammals. Seals live in seas and oceans. They can
breathe through holes in the ice. Seals come to land to give birth and
lay in the sun so they get real warm. They eat fish squid and krill!
Seals have blubber and fur to keep them warm.

My Sources:

Seals by Emily Rose Townsend

www.zooborns.com
Dolphins by Riley

Do you know about dolphins? They live in the water. Like a fish a
dolphin lives in the water. They are kind. Like other mammals dolphin
birth to live young. It swims like a fish but it not a fish. A dolphin is a
mammal. It needs to breathe air just as people do. Dolphins spin their
tails. They race through the sea. They also flip in circle. Sharks often
hunt for dolphin. Dolphins often live in groups. Dolphins dig for small
fish that hide under sand. Dolphins like to play. A baby dolphin is
called a calf. I hope you learned about dolphins.

My Sources:
Animals That Live in the Ocean: Dolphins, Valerie J. Weber

www.zooborns.com
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Cheetahs by warner

Cheetahs are awesome animals. Cheetahs are members of the cat


family. The fastest animal on Earth is the cheetah. Cheetahs can run
as fast as 70 miles per hour. Cheetahs are covered with black spots.
Cheetahs have a black stripe on each side of their nose. Cheetahs
have small heads and thin bodies. Most cheetahs live on the savannahs
of Africa. Many cheetahs live alone. Others live in small family groups.
Cheetah cubs are born with gray fur on their backs. They get spots
when they are a few months old. Young cheetahs live with their
mothers until they are between one and two. Cheetahs are cool
animals.

My Sources:
Safari Animals: Cheetahs, Amelie von Zumbusch
www.zooborns.com
Coyote by Will Langley

Coyotes live in U. S. A. Coyotes are very dangerous. Coyotes eat other


animals. Coyotes can smell Food from faraway places. Coyotes have 6
to 8 coats of fur. They are nocturnal they hunt Food. And they live
in groups. They are big is a German shepherd Coyotes have bushy
tails. They can howl growl and bark. Coyotes have lots of fur to.
They are mammals. They are dogs. I like coyotes because they are
predators.

My Sources:
Coyotes, Patricia Whitehouse

www.zooborns.com

, Patricia Whitehouse. Animals that live on Land.