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Science PResentation

life cycle of animal
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Filjoyce Laurden

on 2 October 2012

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Transcript of Science PResentation

Owl lives near farms and grassland.
At dawn and dusk, it glides low over fields
in search of mice, shrews, and voles. An owl is a bird of prey.
This means it hunts small animals for food.
It has very good eyesight and hearing.
It flies silently and pounces on animals with it's feet. It usually swallows them whole.

In the spring, males and females
roost near their nest. The males
offer the female food to make her
plump before they mate. Finding a Mate In spring, males and females roost near
their nest. The males offer the female
food to make her plump before they mate. What is an Owl? Laying eggs Hatching Chicks Owlets Time to fly Leaving home Adult owl An owl is a bird of prey. This means it hunts small animals for food. It has very good eyesight and hearing. It flies silently and pounces on animals with its feet. It usually swallows them whole. Owl lives near farms and grassland. At dawn and dusk, it glides low over fields in search of mice, shrews and voles. All owls lay white eggs, which suggests that they all evolved from a hole nesting ancestor. Elaborate markings to conceal the eggs from predators aren't needed in dark holes indeed the whiteness may make them more visible to the parents. Created by: Filjoyce Laurden Rezille Balaso The End Thank You!!! Welcome to our Prezi Presentation
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