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Chinook Indians

Chinook Indians

Chinook Indians. Dylan H. The Northwest Region. The Northwest region is very cool. It has one-hundred foot tall trees. Amazing. I would want to see that. Here’s the Chinook region. Climate. The Chinook climate isn’t too hot; it isn’t too cold. In the summer, it’s warm.

By Antony
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Animals

Animals

Animals. By : Levi. Deer. They are big They have big horns. They are wild. Some hunt for them. DEER. I WISH I HAD ONE SO I CAN EAT IT.SO DOO I. WELL THAT IS GOOD.

By silas
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Deer

Deer

Jacob Jordan. Deer. What does the animal eat?. Deer eat grasses such as leaves Chews its cub. Where does the animal live?. North America, woodlands Asia. What are the animal’s physical adaptations?. Have antlers Jump high Run fast. What are the animal’s behavioral adaptations?.

By zaina
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Elks

Elks

Elks. By Shylee Taylor . Habitat. An elks habitat is in the Forest or maybe even in a Grassland . . Appearance. A Elks h as big horns. Diet. The Elk eats grass, bushes, and sometimes trees. . Details. The Elks horns are bumpy and brown.

By garan
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muskox

muskox

muskox. Blake Bastian. Animal’s body. Muskox have amazing bodies. Males weigh 450 to 900 pounds. Babes weigh about 20 pounds. They have dark drown and black fur. Muskox have a huge head by a pair of horns that curve down and then turn up wards. HABITAT. Muskox have cool habitats.

By teo
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