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Transcript of Bunnies
As you can see, our presentation is on bunnies. As you go through our presentation with us, you will learn new things about bunnies. For example: appearance, habitat, adaptation, habits, life cycle and some fun facts. Let's get started.
Bunnies are usually fluffy and cute! That means that they are filled with furs. Their main fur colours are brown, white, and black. Bunnies usually have pink nose and ears. They have really long ears to sense danger. When you look at a bunny, you will notice that it is small/tiny.
These are some pictures of the bunnies' appearance.
Bunnies live in meadows, woods, forests, grasslands, and wetlands. They usually live in groups. They also live in underground burrow, or rabbit holes. A group of burrows are called warren.
Some of the bunnies’ adaptations are having long ears and big feet. Their long ears are for hearing in far distance for predators and signals. Bunnies’ long feet are for running fast and jumping far. These long feet can help them escape from the predator easily. When they get into a new environment, they would first find out where edible plants are and where to dig themselves a home.
Mother bunnies are called doe. The doe usually pull out their furs before their babies are ready to be born. They do that to make a fur bed. They take at least 10 minutes to deliver all their babies. If 3 or more babies are born, their temperature will be balances and they will survive over the winter. If only 1 or 2 babies are born, they might not be able to survive over the winter. When baby bunnies are born, their eyes are closed and nearly hairless. The doe won’t feed its baby in 2 days after they were born. The baby bunnies won’t open their eyes until the 10th or 11th day. Fortunately, bunnies grow up like a human afterwards. Most importantly, if bunnies are nurtured properly, they may be able to live until 10 years. Otherwise, they can die in a younger age.
Bunnies are lovable, little animals.
They love eating carrots more than any other vegetable.
They also eat other vegetables, like clovers and grass, other than carrots.
Bunnies freeze when they hear their predators.
They run in zigzags to confuse their predators.
Bunnies’ Life Cycle
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