Animals live in the jungle, desert, forrest, and water. They come
in all shapes and sizes and can even be seen in zoos. Let's begin
our animal safari in search of fun facts about zebras, rhinos,
giraffes, lions, tigers, bears, snakes, and other unusual animals.
web site can answer all of your questions about different wild animals
and show you pictures of the animals in their natural habitats.
Ever wonder what a baby tiger was called? Go on an animal safari
to find out!
web site is an animal
encylopedia you can use to find out about all types of wild
animals. Learn about a zebra's stripes and an elephant's home.
for a wild adventure?
Check out this web site to play games and learn fun facts about wild
this site to read stories about wild animals. You can also color
pictures and play fun games while learning about wild animals at Kid's Planent.
to see picutres of your favorite wild animal? Visit Ranger Rick's
web page for daily trivia questions and stories about wild animals.
you ever wanted to create your own wild animal? Visit Switch Zoo to make new
animals to live in your own zoo.
this site to watch a video about tigers.
The World Wildlife Organization helps you learn about their habitat and
their daily lives.
out amazing animals and their crazy stories. Visit National
Georgraphic for Kids to learn more unusual facts about wild animals.
all about the hippopotamus and how he lives in the water. Visit
encylopedia to answer all of your hippo questions.
a virtual wildlife tour around the globe to learn about the wild
animals of different regions. Visit Panda.Org
to start your adventure!
You are a tour guide on an animal safari and must take tourists to visit the wild animals in their homes. You have the important job of telling the tourists about what the animals eat, where they live, and how they survive in their habitat. You will want to name and describe some of the animals you may see along the safari. Make sure you tell the tourists as many interesting facts as possible!
1. Explore the sites on this web page.
2. Learn as many facts about one animal that you think is the most interesting.
3. Draw a picture of the animal to share with the tourists.
4. Tell your teacher one interesting fact about the animal.
5. Give your picture to your teacher.
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