matching_animals_and_habitats

matching_animals_and_habitats - Desert very dry, hot in the...

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Aim - Match the habitat to their features Under your aim and date cut and paste the habitats with the correct features: Ocean – cold, salt water, many predators Artic – very cold, snow and ice, little shelter Rain forest – very hot, damp and many plants Woodland – can be cold in winter, many plants and trees Meadow – little shelter, lots of grass to eat Mountains – very cold higher up, little shelter Swamp – damp, marshy, with many different plants
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Unformatted text preview: Desert very dry, hot in the day, cold at night, little shelter Pond/lake sheltered water is calm, many places to hide Aim find out how an animal is best suited to its habitat Match the animal to what makes it best suited to its habitat, stick these in your science book under the aim and date: Thick fur flippers Long neck Long beak Hump to store fat Webbed feet Now draw your own animal and label how it is adapted to its habitat!...
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