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Did you know that emu and cassowar y dads, instead of the mums, care for the eggs a n d chicks?

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Rufous fantail Orchard swallowtail

Ulysees butterfly

Ringneck

Lyrebird

Rainbow bee-eater

Stone-curlew

Frogmouth

Emu

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Green spotted triangle

Cassowary

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Ca you help this joey Can find her mother?

YOU FOUND HER!

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How many snakes? Use a green pencil or texta to colour in each section marked with a small dot. When you have finished, count how many snakes you have found. Whe These are green tree pythons, which live in Tropical North Queensland. Thes

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Complete the picture crossword on the opposite page by matching the names of things with their picture. The names and pictures can be found below. The arrows on the crossword show you which direction to write the names. The first letter of each word has been filled in to help you. One has already been done as an example.

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Eagle

Pelican

Eggs

Eel

Caterpillar

Galah

Penguin

Emu

Kookaburra

Butterfly

Parrot

Bilby

Magpie

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The animal alphabet

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Echidna

Frog rog

Gecko Gec cko

Hammerhead

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Find the hidden animals on this page and tick them off the list.

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Where am I? Did you know that young green tree pythons are bright yellow? They only turn green about one year after hatching.

Ant Ghost bat

Dragonfly Spider

Copperhead snake

Snail

Gecko

Fly

Jewel beetle Green tree python

Praying mantid

Caterpillar

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Estuarine crocodile

Peron’s tree-frog

Giant tree gecko

Western grey kangaroo Echidna

Flatback turtle Platypus

Striped possum

Orange-eyed tree-frog Hairy-nosed wombat

Macquarie River turtle

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Handy limbs Not all limbs are legs. They can also be wings, fins, arms or flippers. Match the animals on the opposite page to their limbs below.

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What’s wrong with this picture?

What is going on around here? Someone got creative with this photograph of Sydney Harbour and made some weird changes. Can you spot the 11 things that are wrong? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

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