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clara smithAnimals of The RainForest

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Transcript of clara smithAnimals of The RainForest

Animals of The Rainforest
Goliath Bird-Eating Tarantula
by Clara Smith
Ms.Lisa's Class
3rd grade
2014
1 Creature's Name and
Description
Goliath Bird-Eating Tarantula

The Goliath Bird-eating Tarantula
can be many different colors but
mostly brown or black. It is covered
in hair , and has eight legs and eyes
like normal spiders. Goliath
Bird-Eating Tarantulas actually like
to keep themselves clean! They
put spit on there feet and rub it
on them. (So there kind of walking
on there tongues.) the Goliath
Bird-Eating Tarantula can grow
as big as a dinner plate or bigger
than a base ball glove!
2 Interesting facts

The Goliath Bird-Eating Tarantula
scratches its hair off of its back
with one of its back legs to defend
its self. Its hairs can coas bad
itching and is bader than the fangs!

3 Adaptations

The Goliath Bird-Eating tarantula
has many adaptations. Two of them
are biting people and scratching of
hair to it's enemies. it's fangs are hallow
to inject poison. The Goliath Bird-Eating
tarantula is usually brown or black. A tipe
of tarantula that lives in India lives in trees
and has a beautiful pattern of
bark brown on it's body to camouflage with
the bark of the tree.
5 Interdependence with Limited
Resources
The rainforest is an interdependent
ecosystem with limited resources.My
rainforest creature , the Goliath Bird-
Eating tarantula, depends on rodents
for homes and humming birds for food.
Some snakes, spider wasps, and other
tarantulas eat me.
light brown and
6 How My Animal is in Danger

The Goliath Bird-Eating tarantula
is in danger because people are
killing me put me in display cases
at gift stores.
My predetors
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