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Elephant. Sohail K. Mrs. Sweet Walk 2001. Creature Depiction.
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Elephant Sohail K. Mrs. Sweet March 2001

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Animal Description An elephant is an extensive dim warm blooded animal. Elephants weigh around 16,000 pounds and stand thirteen feet tall. They have dark skin which is wrinkled and thick. Female elephants lead the group and help secure the infants. Elephants have numerous fascinating elements including their eyes, trunk, tusks and immense floppy ears.

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Protection The elephants size assists it with securing itself. The elephants foes are individuals in light of the fact that they shoot them and lions and tigers eat the infant elephants. The elephant will kick a predator it is draws close to it and it doesn\'t feel safe They move their legs to kick a creature or human. People slaughter the elephant yet a few individuals likewise ensure the creature.

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Diet Elephants eat grass, leaves, branches and tree roots . Elephants are herbivores. Their stomachs make boisterous thundering commotions when they eat. They lift up their trunks to get the leaves of off the branches. They touch, now and again voyaging many miles a day.

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Habitat Elephants are the biggest creatures ashore and live in Asia and Africa. African elephants live in lush ranges south of the Sahara desert. Asian elephants live in India, Sri Lanka and South China. They adore water and clean up consistently. They live close water in extremely hot nations so they can stay cool and they can drink enough. The elephants environment needs to have a considerable measure of area so they can stroll around in extensive gatherings.

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Babies Elephants bolster and bathe and secure their children. The mother brings forth a child like clockwork and it just has each one in turn. Calves keep nursing for no less than two years. The moms encourage their infants by giving them milk. Nursing means they give milk. At the point when an infant elephant is conceived, it invests the vast majority of its energy underneath its mom. The whole crowd deals with every one of the infants.

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Indian Python Mac V. Mrs. Sweet March 2001

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Animal Description The Indian Python is a snake. The Indian Python is basically chestnut and yellow. It grows up to 20 feet [6 m]. When it sees a little creature, it wraps around it and presses it until it chokes. The Indian Python has a free jaw so it can be extended far separated to swallow it’s prey.

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Habitat The Indian Python lives close water in light of the fact that it’s prey lives there. The Indian Python lives in Eastern Asia, India, East Indies, Africa, Australia and Lower China. The Indian Python lives close water or where it is wet .It generally enjoys lakes. This is a decent place for the Indian python to live in light of the fact that it can get nourishment there.

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Diet The Indian Python can swallow substantial creatures . This reptile eats vertebrates like birds,frogs and different reptiles. It is a flesh eater. It pushes through the woods searching for nourishment while holding up by a waterhole.This effective snake eats at whatever time yet for the most part eats amid the day. The Indian Python has heat sensors along the upper lip as its sharp noticing assists it with discovering prey. Its approximately pivoted jaw can be extended far separated.

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Protection The Indian Python ascensions to ensure itself.The Indian Python’s just foes are humans.The Indian Python has a prehensile tail that helps it climb.It rubs it’s tail against the tree then it pulls up to make tracks in an opposite direction from predators.The Indian Python is not secured by law.

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Babies Mothers look after their babies.they lay 60 eggs at once in the summer.The mother secures the eggs for around 2 –3 months by snaking around her eggs.The mother just abandons her eggs to drink water.

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Bobcat Molly B. Mrs. Sweet March 2001

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Animal Description The Bobcat is an extremely fascinating creature to look at.The grown-up wildcat can weigh up to 15-25 pounds and be around 30-45 crawls in length .Most felines have examples of dark blotches. As a warm blooded animal, the catamount has hide covering the body and paws. The hide can be tan or rosy cocoa with dark spots. The catamount has one dark stripe over every eye. Additionally it has long legs. This meat eater has extremely cool ears! There are tufts of dark hide on the tips .It likewise has a short tail, that is the manner by which it got it’s name!! I trust that you figured out how cool a wildcat can be!

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Habitat The wildcat has numerous homes.This warm blooded creature lives in Europe, Asia, Africa, and, North America. In those spots they live on forlorn mountainsides and in substantial brush. Forlorn mountainsides and substantial brush are great spots to live, on the grounds that individuals more often than not don’t go there.You would be amazed what you could discover where they live!There are heaps of rabbits bouncing around. Presently you can see that the wildcat has numerous homes.

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Diet A catamount eats little animals.The wildcat is a meat eater. It basically eats meat. The meat eater sneaks up on its prey, and jumps on it. It eats rabbits, feathered creatures and, deer. They eat about twice a day.The catamount can crawl extremely quietly,and jump with its effective legs. As you can see,the wildcat eats in a cool manner!

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Protection Do you know how the wildcat secures itself? Individuals are the catamounts foes. They chase it for its hide. The catamount can hear and see extremely well. It typically stays in high trees tops where individuals can’t get to them.They additionally can swim to make tracks in an opposite direction from predators. People don\'t secure the bobcat.They simply wreck its environments and murder it only for its hide.

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Babies A wildcat will leave its mom not long after conception. Catamount moms ordinarily have one to six youthful toward the end of winter. Following two days, infants open their eyes. Child catamounts stay with their guardians for nine to twelve months. To ensure their young, moms will take wildcat infants on evening time chases after around four months in light of the fact that here are not very numerous creatures out. .:t

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