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  1. page Wolf edited Appearance ... really interesting animls animals ! They Wolves have 42 teeth for tearing, …

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    really interesting animlsanimals ! They
    Wolves have 42 teeth for tearing, chewing, and grinding. The Timber Wolves have 2 thick bristly fur coats so they are warm in the snow! some times wolves can be white but mostly they are greyish black. They can be bigger than dogs. They can be 120 cm long and weigh 52 kg.They have a long bushy tail.
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    in the foriestforest and on
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    prey. Wolves dontdon't always catch
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    Adaptations
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    spring and sumer.summer. Some times
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    move to difrentdifferent places.
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    Cool Facts
    An alpha wolf is always the leader of the pack.Only the alpha wolves have cubs. All of the wolves in the pack baby sits the cubs.
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    dogs . ThatsThat's all abutabout cool facts.
    References
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    Timber wolves. Canada.Canada: Reidmore Books IncInc, 1998.
    Martin,
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    Press Scholastic Inc.Inc., 2002.
    Gibbons, Gail WolvesGail. Wolves. New YorkYork: Holiday HouseHouse, 1994.
    http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/kids/animal-facts/wolf.asp
    http://www.bcadventure.com/adventure/wilderness/animals/greywolf.htm
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  2. page Snowy Owl edited ... Offspring Have you ever wondered about the Snowy Owls babies, how they are born or cared for?…
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    Offspring
    Have you ever wondered about the Snowy Owls babies, how they are born or cared for?
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    some can survuive.survive. The egg
    Once the egg hatches the baby is called an owlet. The owlet is pure white, but after ten days it is almost black.
    The poor baby owlets have to leave the nest at three months old. Imagine if you were told you had too leave the house at three months old. That would be sad, wouldn't it?
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    Adaptations
    Snowy Owls have special adaptations unique from any other. Not all birds have adaptations as interesting as the snowy owls.
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    feathers they woudwould probably freeze
    Snowy Owls have three adaptations for hunting.1. They have sharp talons to attack prey.1. They have very good eyes to help them see when hunting.3. Like sight, they have very good ears for hunting.
    They have a special bendy neck that allows them to tun their head all the way around to watch out for predators.
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    Cool Facts
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    Owl is definetlydefinitely the section
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    you believe that????!!!that?!
    Owls have sharp talons used in hunting to attack their prey.
    Owls are marvelous hunters. They were practically made for it!
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  3. page Skunk edited ... {IMG_1395.JPG} Habitat A skunk habatat skunk's habitat is a A skunk sleeps in a hole or…
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    Habitat
    A skunk habatatskunk's habitat is a
    A skunk sleeps in a hole or a hollow log.
    Most skunks are common in the United States,
    Canada, Mexico, South America, and Central America.
    You woudn'twouldn't find a
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    Diet
    Skunks are night eaters.
    Skunks dig up lawns for food because there are bugs and critters.
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    and small animailsanimals but I
    Skunks also look for insects for food.
    SkuksSkunks eat things like Catterpillars, Betels, Criketes, Grasshopers, Mice, Rats,caterpillars, beetles, crickets, grasshoppers, mice, rats, eggs, fruit,
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    dead rotting anmals.animals.
    Skunks sure
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    a big appititeappetite.
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    Predators
    Suprisingly,Surprisingly, Skunks don't
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    skunk's predators willonlywill only eat him
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    skunks predators are...Bob cats,are...bobcats, Great HoredHorned Owls, Cougars, Coyotes, Badgers, Foxes, Howks,cougars, coyotes, badgers, foxes, hawks, and Eagls.eagles.
    Skunks do not have manny preators.many predators.
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    Offspring
    The offspring of a skunk are quit like the offspring of other animals because of all these reasons.
    Most feamail skunksgivefemale skunks give birth two
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    in early aprilApril or may.'May.
    When the baibiesbabies are born
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    have any teath.teeth.
    In two
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    hunting with mama.Inmama. In three weaksweeks the babies
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    six their furis fulyfur is fully grown.
    By now you are probably thinking of a very ugly creature, but it may be cute!
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    For hundreds of years the skunk has adapted to hide and protect himself from the dangers of life.
    A skunk has a stinky way to protect himself.
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    a stinky stufstuff called musk
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    but the distinktivedistinctive black and white markings helpithelp it blend in
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    skunk is nocternal.nocturnal. This helps
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    are not nocternalnocturnal so he has more cancechance of living.
    A skunk has very interesting adaptations.
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    Skunks sure are amazing because of all these reasons.
    A skunk will give two warnings by stamping it's feet and hissing or growling.
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    are removed ot wontit won't spray.
    A skunk will make enough musk for five sprays per week.
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    musk is srayedsprayed at the
    It is amazing that a skunk will help farmers by eating bugs and tiny rodents which eat crops.
    SunksSkunks sure are
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    References
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  4. page Raccoon edited Appearance ... nose. Adult raccoon's raccoons' faces look The baby's eyes are protected be…

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    nose. Adult raccoon'sraccoons' faces look
    The baby's eyes are protected because their eyes are closed. They have a long bushy tail with 5 to 10 black rings. They can sometimes weigh 5 to 10 kg. Raccoons have really sharp claws.
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    Predators
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    them: foxes, lynx's,lynx, dogs, and the great hornedGreat Horned owl, and people. Some timesSometimes people can
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    Offspring
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    Cool Facts
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    or cubs. SomtimesSometimes they can
    References
    http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/kids/animal-facts/raccoon.asp
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  6. page home edited Grade 2/3 Canadian Animal Wiki Did Explore our wiki and you will find all of these cool facts an…
    Grade 2/3 Canadian Animal Wiki
    DidExplore our wiki and you will find all of these cool facts and more!
    Did
    you know the <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/White-tailed+deer" target="_blank">White-tailed deer</a>White-tailed deer can let
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    of danger?
    <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Hummingbird" target="_blank">Hummingbirds</a>

    Hummingbirds
    can flap
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    a minute!
    <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Dolphin" target="_blank">Dolphins</a>

    Dolphins
    use echolocation
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    predators.
    The <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Lynx" target="_blank">lynx</a>lynx usually eats
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    that a <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Mouse" target="_blank">mouse's</a>mouse's teeth never
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    growing?
    The <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Otter" target="_blank">River Otter</a>River Otter has a
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    ears.
    An <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Octopus" target="_blank">octopus</a>octopus can regrow
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    if it loses one.lose one!
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  7. page home edited Future home of the Grade Grade 2/3 Canadian Animal Wiki Did you know the <a href="ht…

    Future home of the Grade
    Grade 2/3 Canadian Animal Wiki
    Did you know the <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/White-tailed+deer" target="_blank">White-tailed deer</a> can let off a smell to warn other deer of danger?
    <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Hummingbird" target="_blank">Hummingbirds</a> can flap their wings 230 times in less than a minute!
    <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Dolphin" target="_blank">Dolphins</a> use echolocation to find their food and to swim away from predators.
    The <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Lynx" target="_blank">lynx</a> usually eats 150-200 snowshoe hares in one year.
    Did you know that a <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Mouse" target="_blank">mouse's</a> teeth never stop growing?
    The <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Otter" target="_blank">River Otter</a> has a waterproof nose and ears.
    An <a href="http://canadiananimals2012.wikispaces.com/Octopus" target="_blank">octopus</a> can regrow an arm if it loses one.

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  8. page Polar Bear edited Appearance ... about 300 kg(600 kg (600 pounds). The It has a long white neck. Its huge we…

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    about 300 kg(600kg (600 pounds). The
    It has a long white neck. Its huge webbed feet helps it glide swiftly through the water. It has five sharp claws on each foot, that means there are 20 in total. The claws help the polar bear hunt seal.
    A polar bear has two small white ears and a small back nose that helps the polar bear smell the seals it hunts. It has a large amount of blubber under its fur and the layer of blubber is 10cm thick.
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    in the NothNorth Pole, Canada,
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    like a refridgerator,refrigerator, but it's
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    Diet
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    changes in therthe summer. In
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    Predators
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    walruses, and orcasOrcas can all be enemies.
    Suprisingly

    Surprisingly
    enough, male
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    to more permamentpermanent ice.
    We need to try and stop global warming. Polar bears need help.
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    Polar bears have cubs just like every other bear. Here are some facts about polar bear cubs.
    A polar bear has 1-3 cubs ever 2 years. Lots of polar bear cubs die because they are born with no fur. A cub is called a boar. Female cubs are called sows. It is the same as pigs.
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    bears gain wieghtweight before they
    The polar bear is an interesting animal and so are its cubs.
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    A polar bear has adapted over millions of years. Polar bears can live in a climate like the arctic because of those adaptations.
    Their feet are like slippers to help stay warm. A polar bear's feet are webbed so they can glide swiftly through the water.
    Their camoflaugecamouflage white fur
    Polar bears run really fast, 50 km an hour in fact. That's fast! Did you know that polar bears originally came from brown bears? They adapted from brown bears into polar bears.
    ThatsThat`s how polar
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    References
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  9. page Otter edited Appearance ... Otter? I have"t haven`t, but I'v red I've read about them. ... live…

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    Otter? I have"thaven`t, but I'v redI've read about them.
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    live 6 yaersyears or not.Theynot. They are mamlsmammals of fresh
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    salt. They be longbelong to the weasel family. theyThey have a
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    have long whiskers,long tails,shortwhiskers, long tails, short strong legs and fallowingfollowing that is
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    have 2 thikthick fur coats.The
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    keeps them warmwarm.
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    use to biuldbuild their den? I do.Drydo, dry leaves, mossmoss, or bark.
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    them? I do. Underdo, under rocky edges, streamsstreams, or near
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    into the denden, above and below.below water. They live
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    carnivores! There areis a lot to eat!eat, like muskratsmuskrats, young beavers,frogs,beavers, frogs, turtles, insects, birds,water birds, snakes,, crabswater birds, snakes, crabs, and clams.
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    bears, wolverines, coyotescoyotes, and people.
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    River Otter predatorspredators.
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    Offspring
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    are called cubscubs. They have 1
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    in spring. SheThe mom can give birth to once a
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    when born. the cabsThe cubs are coveved
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    at 7 monthg.months. When born they can"tcan`t swim for
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    Adaptations
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    River Otter akshilyactually has a water proofwaterproof nose and
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    more easily cach pray. stronge tails helpcatch prey. A strong tail helps the River
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    using their wiskrswhiskers and to
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    the adaptations foof River Otters.
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    Cool Facts
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    about River Otter.Otters. A River
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    The River OttersOtter is active
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    things with it"sit`s front paws
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    the water foloed by that is sledand slide down river banks. ThatsThat`s all the
    References
    http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/animals/creaturefeature/river-otter/
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  10. page Mouse edited ... Female deer mice will protect their young until they are about twenty days old. When female d…
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    Female deer mice will protect their young until they are about twenty days old.
    When female deer mice are only thirty five days old which is quite young for a human, girl deer mice can have ten to twenty five pups (baby mice) by the time they are thirty five days old.
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    hard to belive,believe, but some
    Mice are some pretty cool animals.
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    Although it may be hard to believe a mouse's teeth never stop growing.
    That is because they will eat almost anything!
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    they just dissapeared.disappeared. Also, mice
    Mice have big ears and can hear well, so if you have a pet mouse that stays in the house don't tell secrets in the house.
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    have any adaptatons?adaptations?
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    Cool Facts
    You would probably think that mice only live in forests, but they can live in deserts as well.
    Mice are nocturnal, which means that they come out at night to hunt, if they make it that far.
    MostsMost animals live
    A female mouse's babies have pink skin just like a pig does through its whole life, but unlike pigs they will get fur when they are ten days old.
    A female mouse carries her babies in her body for about nineteen days. A female mouse gives birth about every twenty five days.
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