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Sarah Richards 3B-Prezi 1

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Angela Altazan

on 21 February 2014

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Features of Informational Text
Features of Informational Text
Two-Toed Sloth
Main Idea of paragraph 3
Two-Toed Sloth
Main Idea of paragraph 5
Two-Toed Sloth
Venn Diagram
Two-Toed Sloth
Interview with Sloth Canopy Researcher: Byrson 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.
Sarah Richard
It has a picture and a caption.
It can also be a video.
In an interview there is a person who asks the other person or group being interviewed a question.That person is called an interviewer.
An article has any questions and answers.
An article is never videoed.
An article is only about one topic.
Sloths are mammals that have a greenish tint but are identified in many different ways.They hang from branches and sleep in trees for a long time.Sloths can swim very well.It is easy for predators to find sloths,such as big cats.A cool fact is that two-toed sloths are different from three-toed sloths.
Sloths are made to live in the treetops. They sleep in trees a lot,sometimes 15 to 20 hours every day.Even when they're awake they often are motionless and two-toed sloths are normally silent.Sloths eat leaves ,shoots,and fruit at night.
Sloths claws are a hindrance and have weak hind legs that provide no power.They dig into the earth with their front claws and use their legs to pull themselves along.Sloths have no chance to evade predators.When that happens they have to try to defend themselves.
Sloths are very slow.
They also have algae.
Sloths live in the treetops.
He uses radio-collars to track sloth movements.
Sloths are slow, but did you know that they move about as fast as you can walk fast.
Trees in the tropics are some of the biggest in the world.
Sloths give birth while
hanging in trees.
They also have weak hind
legs that provide no power.
Sloths are surprisingly good
swimmers but they can be clu-
msy on land.
The unique pattern on the happy face spider's back is basically a happy face.It has two circles that look like eyes and a curved shape that is similar to a smile.What makes the pattern so unique is the happy face that is on it's pale back. "The happy face spider's name comes from the unique pattern found on it's pale-colored back.The marks resemble two circles that look like eyes.There is a curved shape below,similar to a smile.'
Scientists believe that the spider developed these strange markings as a way to warn predators.'Some scientists think the spider may have developed these strange markings as a way to warn predators,such as birds.However , not all scientists agree on this theory.Some believe the features may do nothing to help the spider avoid its enemies."
The happy face spider stays out of the limelight cause it 'can make it difficult for scientists to locate and study.'
Two-toed sloths are larger than three-toed sloths.
They are also mammals.
Algae inside the hairs of sloths is something that normally does not occur in any other mammals.
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