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Transcript of Animals
By: Luke, Emilee, Emma, Bridger,josh and kale
.Arctic fox .lemming
.Arctic hare .polar bear
.Arctic wolf .sea otter
.Moose .snowshoe hare
.Dall sheep .wolverine
There are lots of different animals in Africa like HIPPOS my favorite and lions, tigers, Giraffes and LOTS MORE!
jungle animals A-w
There are lots of animals that can live in and breath in water, animals like dolphins, whales, and many many more!
Amazon Sting Ray
Blue and Yellow Macaw
Thanks For Watching
Fun Facts about African Animals
Great Horned Owl
Horned Palm Viper
Leaf Cutter Ant
Poison Arrow Frog
Red-Eyed Tree Frog
and many many more
pictures of some jungle animals
1)Giraffe Have Blue Tongues
2)Ostriches Can Sprint over 40 miles an Hour
3)Hyenas are More Closely Related to Cats than Dogs
4)Lions Sleep for 20 Hours a Day
5)An Elephant Calf Often Sucks Its Trunk for Comfort
6)Crocodiles Have Been Around for Over 200 Million Years
Pictures of African Animals
fun facts about the jungle and rainforest
Jungles are often found surrounding rainforests.
Over half of the world's species live in a jungle environment.
.Arctic Suka .Snow owl
.Arctic Tern .Snow goose
.Ptarmigan lagopus muta
Endangered African Animals
The amazon jungle
.Arctic Wooly bear moth
.Beluga whale .Hooded seal
.Greenland shark .Ribbon seal
.Narwhal .Ringed seal
.Orca .Spotted seal
.Bearded seal .Walrus
African wild ass
Black- footed cat
Pictures of arctic animals
The Amazon Jungle, also known as the Amazon rainforest, or Amazonia, includes most of the South American Amazon basin. The total area of this basin is 7 million square kilometers, and 5.5 million square kilometers of it is comprised of the jungle. The Amazon Jungle is the largest jungle in the world and covers an area that is equal to almost half of the total area of the jungles of the world. The Amazon Jungle falls within the territories of nine countries. Most of the jungle, that is about 60 percent, is in Brazil. Peru contains 13 percent of the jungle while Columbia contain contains 10 percent of it. Traces of the Amazon Jungle are also found in other countries including: Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana.
Jungles and rainforests are similar, but while rainforests have thick canopies of tall trees that block out light, jungles allow more light in, making it easier for plants to grow.
The Congo Jungle
The Congo Jungle, also known as the Congolian, is the second largest jungle in the world. It is spread over the basin of the Congo River and its branches in Central Africa. It includes the territories of Cameroon, Gabon, Central Republic of Congo, and the southwestern portion of the Central African Republic. On account of its unique biodiversity, five national parks of the Congo Jungle are listed as UN World Heritage sites. It is considered an important biodiversity hotspot, and the animals found here include: lions, forest elephants, white rhino, giraffe, hippopotami, gorillas, Chimpanzees, Bonbos, Civet, White Rhino, and Congo Peacock. The animal population of the Congo Jungle comprises more than 10,000 plant species, 1,000 birds, 200 amphibians, and more than 300 reptiles.
A jungle is a densely overgrown area while a rain forest is a densely overgrown area with overhead canopies formed by tall trees that prevent light from entering. A rain forest is a type of jungle.
what is the difference between a jungle and a rainforest
About 80% of the food we eat originally came from rainforests like
coffee chocolate, rice, tomatoes, potatoes, bananas, black pepper
pineapples and corn. And we basically we live off coffee
Thats reason enough to save the rainforest.
↓Amur Leopard Critically Endangered
Black Rhino Critically Endangered
African Elephant Vulnerable
Elephant already endangered
Hawksbill Turtle Critically Endangered
Leatherback Turtle Critically Endangered
Vaquita Critically Endangered
Yangtze Finless Porpoise Critically Endangered
Blue Whale Endangered
Bluefin Tuna Endangered
Fin Whale Endangered
Ganges River Dolphin Endangered
Green Turtle Endangered
Hector's Dolphin Endangered
Humphead Wrasse Endangered
Vulnerable means susceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm.
a critically Endangered species is one which has been categorized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.
endangered and critically endangered animals
Yangtze Finless Porpoise
by Luke Sistek
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