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Ecosystem science

Ecosystem science

Akashni Atwal

on 7 May 2013

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Foundation Fun Facts About my animal Food web Cheetah In Africa there are many Kinds of birds, mammals and reptiles. Some mammals in Africa are cheetah's, African buffalo, African elephant, hippopotamus, Giraffes, African Lion, African Leopard, Rhinoceros, Warthog, Wildebeest, Zebra and etc. Some examples of birds are Hilderbrand Starling, Superb Starling, Kingfisher, Grey Headed Kingfisher, Lilac Brested Roller, Yellow Billed Hornbill, Flamingoes, Saddlebilled Stork, Jackass Penguin, Ostrich, Starling, Crey Crowned Crane,Kori Bustard, Grey Heron, Crowned Plover, Cape Starling, Grouse, Vulture and many more. Another type of animal is a reptile are African Spurred Tortoise, African helmeted turtle, Pancake tortoise,Pelusios, Acanthodactylus erythrurus, Aspidelaps, Chamaeleo johnstoni, Common Egg-eater, Uroplatus lineatus, Varanus albigularis, Nile Crocodile, Dwarf Crocodile, Slender-snouted Crocodile and etc. These are some of the species that live in Africa Cheetah's Run up to 70 mph in just 3 second during a chase
Cheetah's feet don't touch the ground most of the time when running
Cheetah's are the only cats with black tear marks on their faces
Scientists think the black tear mark is for sun protection
A cheetah can grow up to3.7-4.4 feet (112-135cm) in Africa If I can go anywhere in the world it would be Africa. I would go to Africa because it is very dry there and I wonder how all the animals at Africa can live when there is a limited of water or not allot of food. My Place Species in Africa The specie I am interested and why There were many species living in Africa it was hard to choose but I deiced a animal that is in my ecosystem that I have chosen. This animal is coloured like a bumble bee which is a cheetah. The reason I have chosen the cheetah because they sound interesting. Also cheetah's are the smallest cat in the big cat family. Cheetah's are also the fastest cat in big cat family. These facts about the cheetah wants me to do this animal because it sounds really interesting. Height Appearance How it find's it's food & water? Cheetah's have a great sense of smell which makes it easy to hunt their prey but they prefer to hunt with vision. They hunt Gazelles, impalas, small antelope, hare, jackals, young ostrich, ground-dwelling birds, zebras and etc The cheetah's coat colour is yellow golden/tanned also on it's cheeks, forehead, crown, neck, and limbs there are black spots and there belly colour is pure white. On the cheetah's tail there is six dark rings at the end of it's tail. on the corner of it's eye it has black tear-shaped and there is a mane-like black stripe going down the length of their back. Food Water Cheetah's need their prey's blood to drink every four days. Since they have limited water they usually drink there prey's blood to keep them hydrated. The cheetah's don't need water if they are drinking their prey's blood every four days. Habitat Credits Google.com:
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Does_a_cheetah_live_in_a_cave Google.com images:
http://schools.peelschools.org/communications/Lists/AboutUsImage/Sir%20John%20A%20exterior2.jpg Cheetah's live in South of Africa (Sahara)cheetah's prefer their land to be surrounded with bushes, medium-length grass, trees and small hills. They live in small caves or they also prefer dens. Back to we were 250 Centre St N, Brampton, ON L6V 2R4 Cheetah By: Akashni Atwal 7A
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