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The Jungle Animals!

The Jungle Animals!. Julia Cassola Gr5 alpha. LIONS.

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The Jungle Animals!

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  1. The JungleAnimals! Julia CassolaGr5 alpha

  2. LIONS For all of their roaring, growling, and ferociousness, lions are family animals and truly social in their own communities. They usually live in groups of 15 or more animals called prides. Prides can be as small as 3 or as big as 40 animals. In a pride, lions hunt prey, raise cubs, and defend their territory together.

  3. ELEPHANTS When you think elephant, you probably think trunk. An adult African elephant's trunk is about seven feet (two metres) long! It's actually an elongated nose and upper lip. Like most noses, trunks are for smelling. But they're also for touching and grasping.

  4. GIRAFFES Scanning the distance for predators, the tallest animal in the world, the giraffe, munches on its favouritemeal, the thorny leaves of the acacia tree. Suddenly, a giraffe signals to the rest of the herd that danger is near—a lion. In an instant the small herd of giraffes springs their seemingly gangly bodies into a full 35-mile-an-hour (56-kilometer-an-hour) run.

  5. TIGERS Easily recognized by its coat of reddish-orange with dark stripes, the tiger is the largest wild cat in the world. The big cat weighs up to 720 pounds (363 kilograms), stretches 6 feet (2 metres) long, and has a 3-foot- (1-metre-) long tail. The powerful predator generally hunts alone, able to bring down prey such as deer and antelope.

  6. By Julia CassolaMusic: Luke Cassola THE END

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