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Camille Hardee-Prezi 1

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Features of Informational Text
Interview
Features of Informational Text
Article
Two-Toed Sloth
Summary
Main Idea of paragraph 3
Two-Toed Sloth
Main Idea of paragraph 5
Two-Toed Sloth
Venn Diagram
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Two-Toed Sloth
Interview with Sloth Canopy Researcher: Bryson Voirin
Hawaii's Endangered Happy Face Spider
Describe the unique pattern found on the happy face spider's back. What makes this pattern unique? What in the text makes you think so?
Hawaii's Endangered Happy Face Spider
What do different scientists believe about the strange markings found on the happy face spider's back? Include details from the text in your answer.
Hawaii's Endangered Happy Face Spider
How does living on the undersides of leaves help the happy face spider stay out of the limelight? Use a quote from the text in your answer.
Camille
Hardee
The sloth is the world's slowest mammal. It has long prominent claws that work great in their treetop habitats.They also can hide from predators in the trees with their camouflaged fur (it is tinted green with algae). Sloths spend most of their time in the trees, even young sloths can sometimes be seen bounding to their mothers.Sloths even sometimes give birth in trees! But all this makes since. Sloths aren't exactly cut out for land life. Their weak back legs are part of the problem.They have to drag themselves across the rainforest floor with their strong arms and claws. They are however,
very
good swimmers. Their long arms are great for paddling around. Two toed sloths are bigger than their three toed cousins.they are also better in captivity.
All sloths are made for treetop life. They can grip tree branches well with their long claws. Their strong front arms are great for "hanging around" (Sloth pun)!
Sloths can't move very well on the ground. Their back legs are weak and drag when the sloth moves. The animal has no chance to defend its self from predators. All sloths are better in the trees.
A
n interview always has someone's questions and the answers of the person
being
questioned. Interviews always give you the answer about something you don't normally hear someone ask, which makes it an interview instead of a conversation.
Articles are often nonfiction, so you'll normally get true information when you read them. Articles are a great source of information; rather than giant textbooks that you can't just print and take. You should know though, articles don't always have the information you are looking for. Not many publications use articles.
There are both two and three toed sloths
Sloths are exceptionally good swimmers
Two-toed sloths are slightly bigger than their three- toed relatives
Sloths have algae in their fur
Sloths live in the treetops
Sloths are very slow
Sloths are very hard to find
Sloths are found in Panama rainforests
There might be a benefit of algae in fur
The happy face spider has a strange pattern on its back. The arachnid has a pale green body, with two black dots on its abdomen, which look like eyes. Below the dots is a n upside down semi-circle colored red, which looks a lot like a smile. No other animal has this unique pattern.
Some scientists believe that the markings were developed as a way to warn predators. "However, not all scientists agree on this
theory
." some scientists believe that this special marking was not developed for any purpose at all.
I think that the happy face spider tries to hide under the leaves to hide from predators. "It lives on the underside of leaves, deep in the rainforests. This can make it difficult for scientists to
locate
and study." If the happy face spider can hide from scientists, this little guy just might be able to hide from being someone's lunch!
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