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micaela Animals of the Rainforest

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Animals of the Rainforest
KINKAJOU
BY:MICAELA
CREATURES NAME AND DISCRIPTION
THIS FURRY MAMAL CAN GROW TO 43-56 cm AND ITS TAIL CAN GROW TO 41-56 cm. A KINKAJOU IS NOCTURNAL SO IT HAS EYES ALMOST AS BIG AS A HUMANS. IT WEIGHS UP TO 3-5 POUNDS ALTHOUGH IT IS VERY LONG.ITS LARGE CLAWS ARE GOOD FOR GRIPPING ON FRUIT THEY ARE GOING TO EAT.
INTERESTING FACTS
A KINKAJOU IS A OMNIVORE SO IT EATS PLANTS AND OTHER ANIMALS. IT EATS HONEY, BIRDS, INSECTS, AND SMALL MAMALS. A KINKAJOU DOES NOT USE CAMO FLOUGE OR MIMICRY. A KINKAJOU ADAPTS TO RUNNING AWAY FROM A PREDATOR BY RUNNING FAST TURNING THEIR FEET BACKWARDS. THE KINKAJOU HAVE VERY LONG TOUNG, LONGER THAN A HUMANS BEACUASE THEY SUCK UP NECTAR, AND HONEY. THE KINKAJOU ALSO USES ITS TOUNGS TO EAT THERE FOOD. KINKAJOUS USE SPEACIAL SMELLS TO COMUNICATE. THEY EATHER COME FROM THE CORNER OF THEIR MOUTHS, AND ITS THROAT AND BELLY.
ADAPTATIONS
A EARLY BORN KINKAJOU CAN ALREADY
SWING AND HANG FROM ITS TAIL. IF THE KINKAJOU FINDS CONTACT WITH A PREDATOR IT RUNS MEANWHILE TURNING ITS FEET BACKWARDS TO MAKE IT GO FAST.
A
KINKAJOU WEIGHS
3-5 POUNDS.
A KINKAJOUS TAIL IS ABOUT 43-51 cm LONG.
A KINKAJOU IS ABOUT 43-52 cm.
INTERDEPENDENCE ON LIMITED RESOURCES


I DEPEND ON BIRDS FOR FOOD. I DEPEND ON FRUIT FOR FOOD. I DEPEND ON TREES FOR A HOME. FRUIT DEPENDS ON ME TO SPREAD SEEDS, AND SO DOES THE MARGAY, TAYRA, JAGUARONDI,OCELOT, AND JAGUARS. THESE ANIMALS DEPEND ON ME FOR A TASTY MEAL.
PHISICAL DESCRIPTION
HOW MY ANIMAL IS IN DANGER


THE KINKAJOU IS IN DANGER BECUASE THE PEOPLE CUT DOWN THE TREES AND THEY STAY HOMELESS AND THEN A PREDATOR COMES BY, PEOPLE KEEP THEM AS PETS.
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