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Habitats

By Phi Phi


Hot Cold Wet Dry


Africa The Following next few pages will be about Africa ( Hot country)


Zebra Zebras are nervous and jumpy but are very sociable animals and generally found in large herds with other herbivores such as antelopes, wildebeests, giraffes and buffalos. Zebras are often in other countries but the reason Zebras are found in North Africa is because its warm weather. Zebras predators are Lions and spotted hyenas


Leopards Leopards live in Africa because of the climate and the food they need. Leopards are carnivores and hunt small antelopes, warthogs, hyraxes and monkeys/baboons. Their diet also includes birds and reptiles. They store their food up trees to keep it safe from Lions and Hyenas.

They live for 15-20 years in the wild


Brazil The next pages are about Brazil ( Wet Country )


Anacondas The anaconda, also known as the water boa, lives in swampy, murky surroundings. The anaconda is the largest snake in the world and has no trouble swallowing its prey whole. Much of its hunting is done at night. Once it has eaten, it can go weeks without food. Anacondas never stop growing the largest one ever reported was 37.5 feet in length.


Russia Next is going to be Russia ( Cold Country )


Sand Lizard Sand lizards are rare. During the breeding season the male's sides become highly coloured. Some individuals turning almost completely bright green. These are Britain's only egglaying lizards and they lay their eggs in the warm sand and sunshine to incubate. The young emerge in late summer.


Long-eared Hedgehog Long-eared hedgehogs are much faster than their longer spined West European cousins. They are also much more feisty. Their long ears give them an acute sense of hearing which helps them to detect both predators and prey.


Australia The next part your going to hear about is Australia ( Dry Country )


Common blossom bats Common blossom bats are a type of fruit bat, but they prefer to eat nectar and pollen over fruit. As they feed, they pollinate the flowers of the rainforest trees. They're most likely to do this in the summer, when there may be a shortage of nectar and because the short summer nights don't allow much feeding time.


Quick Fun Game Match the animals to their habitats.


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Habitat - Phi Phi Leung