IVY Animal Discoveries The following slides show the various animals we discovered throughout our Biome travels. ENJOY!
Nothing compares with the Festus's COOLNESS! There prey is anything!
The Festus's natural habitat is trees in the wetlands! • Like these trees here.
New Animal!Gibbery Doo Found and written by Olivia Haeger
They Need Help! • Sharks are eating them! • Their population is going down! • Adult Gibbery Doo’s can only have one baby Gibbery Doo at a time!
AmbulireThe animal that jumps while walking! Discovered by :Roopi Korada
Ambulire’s food and predators Ambulire’s Predators Ambulire’s Food
What Ambulires do Ambulires hate to take baths or to wait for something and if they don’t get enough sleep they can get pretty cranky. Ambulires are fun creatures. They love to play and go on walks. They are easy to spot with their colorful hair
All About Ambulires Why do Ambulires jump while they walk? Well, the answer is that was how their body was structured and jumping while walking made the ambulires get to places faster and easier . Ambulires live in the emergent layer of the rainforest. Some ambulires can live in the shrub layer too. ambulire while walking normally!
Extinction Ambulires are Ambulires adaptions related to the make them have a slight kangaroos. chance of extinction. Ambulires have a little chance of extinction because they have and are predators.
Interaction Ambulires like blue and gold macaws because they help ambulires find food. Ambulires interact with malachite kingfisher birds because they eat them but they don’t interact with lorikeet birds because ambulires don’t like the way they live. I hope you learned a lot about ambulires and how they live and I hope you enjoyed this presentation.
BLIGLOFAGE Found by: Jaret Crist
MORE INFO! Extinction Burrows!
Even More! Always Hungry!
The Oktachi Discovered By Jackson Paas The Oktachi is a predator at the top of the pond food chain. The Oktachi is similar to the alligator but an Oktachi has many different adaptations.
Description The Oktachi has webbed feet.It has a thick body.It has spikes on its body.It is green The Oktachi has many adaptations.
South Americanflying cat [flap cat] Turn the page to learn more DESCOVERD By Grant Boone
PREY • BIRDS • SMALL BATS • SMALL MONKEYS • SQUIRRELS • FRUIT
BIOME • IT LIVES IN THE RAINFOREST • WHEN IT HAS BABYS [KITS] THEY ONLY LIVE IN KAPOK TREES • THEY MANLY STAY IN TREES BEHAV0R • THEY ARE DURNAL OR NOCTERNAL • THEY JUMP BETWEEN TREES TO HUNT.
A new animal has been found! This animal is called furrundra. This animal was found very furry in the tundra. This animal was discovered by Madelyn Wojciechowski.
Will this animal become endangered or extinct? Why or why not? I think this animal will become endangered or extinct because we just found this animal, and this animal is very rare. So far we have not seen any more of this species. That is why I think this animal will become endangered or extinct.
NOT GOING EXTINCT!!!!!!!! The Fologol Recently Discovered By Matthew Wells It lays eggs in it’swarmclimate
More About The Fologol Mice help them Just Like A Bird?!?!?! Gotta go!!! The Fologol eats snakes
Slord JumpFound By: Nick Wallace Did you know that the group that a Slord Jump hunts in is called a Slord Swarm?? There are 10 Slord Jumps in each Slord Swarm. When the group is not hunting they are running or play fighting. The Slord Jump goes to sleep in the night and gets up to hunt at 2:30a.m. The Slord Jump shell is really weird • The Slord Jump has a shell under it’s fur. The shell is a heater so when an animal tries to kill it or bite it the animal’s mouth will get burned. It also has 4 very muscular, long legs to make it jump very high to catch birds in the low sky or in trees. The Slord Jump’s fur helps it blend in with sunflowers which it sleeps in.
Slord JumpFound By: Nicholas Walace The Slord Jump has only 2 predators. It might be hard to eat the Slord Jump but not impossible. The brown hyena and the lion are the only animals that know HOW to eat it with out getting burned. The brown hyena or the lion eats the belly and all the chemicals from the shell come out so now it can eat the whole Slord Jump. How many birds can the Slord Jump eat?? • The Slord Jump can eat more than 550 birds in a day!! That is a big appetite. It eats the Northern Harrier, Ferruginous Hawk, Bobolink, it’s favorite the Bald Eagle, and much more. The Slord Jump also eats badgers and giant rats. It is obviously a carnivore.
Slord JumpFound BY: Nicholas Wallace How does it make a nest out of sunflowers?? The Slord Jump makes it’s nest by taking a lot of stems and putting it under and around it. Then it covers it self in pedals so if the brown hyena or the lion pass it while it is sleeping the Slord Jump will look like sunflowers. The Slord Jump lives in a patch of sunflowers in the grasslands. It sleeps there, hunts around the sunflowers, and hides in it.
Slord JumpFound By: Nicholas Wallace How does the Slord Jump help the environment? When the chemical comes out of the shell and goes all over the grass it helps make more plants and grass grow. It gets it’s water from lakes and ponds. The Slord Jump helps animals..... except birds. • The Slord Jump helps animals by eating birds and some rodents for the food cycle. The Slord Jump loves to run and play with zebras. The Slord Jump helps the zebra by scaring away it’s predators and the zebra makes the Slord Jump’s bed in return.
Slord Jump Found By: Nicholas Wallace Did you know that the female Slord Jump is called the Small Jump because it can’t jump as high as the Slord Jump? The Small Jump has 2 to 5 babies a year. I don’t think the Small Jump or the Slord Jump will become endangered or extinct because it only has 2 predators and the shell is bullet proof.
Slord JumpFound By: Nicholas Wallace The Slord Jump( not the Small Jump) sometimes gives up it’s life to save other animals. Example: if there is a really dry day and the grass is dying the Slord Jump lets a brown hyena or lion kill it because the chemical from the shell comes out and gets better and more grass for other omnivores.
The Oossp By: Gauruv Gupta
The Oossp has an abdomen that of the shape of a sphere. It has a stinger on it’s tongue and has huge, fuzzy yellow eyes. It also has a white and black spotted thorax and a black and blue-striped abdomen. It has 10 legs. It is an omnivore that lives with it’s mate and builds it’s nest together, one protects the nest while the other goes to get mud to build the nest . The females lay eggs, but they are mammals. The male takes care of the eggs. It lives in the area of the grassland with the most flowers, grasshoppers and caterpillars. Information about the Oossp
The Oossp’s stinger helps it to protect itself from it’s enemies: the African wild-cat and the red tailed hawk. It also uses it’s stinger to paralyze prey by injecting venom multiple times. When the prey is paralyzed, it carries it back to it’s nest where to feed the prey to it’s larva and itself. It builds it’s nest on a tall sunflower and lays 5 to 9 eggs in the nest it’s 20 legs helps it to swim away from red tailed hawks. Adaptations That the Oossp has
Itcrawls around looking for food , grasshoppers and caterpillars, while the other one is at the nest, guarding it. If the Oossp hasn’t mated yet, it will go around looking for a mate and hunting for itself. What the Oossp does
It gets heat from the sun and shelter from the rain from sunflowers and other flowers. And it also gets protection from bison and in return, the Oossp cleans the bison using it’s proboscis What the Oossp gets out of a grassland