Of The Koala

Mammals
Mammals
Mammals There are three groups of mammals; egg-laying mammals ,pouched mammals and placental mammals. These three types of mammals are different for one main reason: reproductive methods. The egg-laying mammals lay eggs. The pouched mammals give birth to underdeveloped offspring. The offspring then spends time in the mother's pouch, and mature. The placental mammals keep their offspring inside them then give birth to a fully developed offspring. 2. The anteaters and spiny ant eaters were two se
The topic I chose is Koalas I chose this topic because they are cute c
The topic I chose is Koalas I chose this topic because they are cute c
The topic I chose is Koalas. I chose this topic because they are cute, cuddly, and very interesting. I wanted to learn every piece of information about Koalas. Some of the facts that I wanted to know you are about to discover and learn all about Koalas in my report. Well here we go into the world of Kolas. The name Koala means pouched bear it also means no drink. Koalas do not drink because they get their water out of eucalyptus tree leaves. There are some other names for the Koala. They includ
The Koala
The Koala
The Koala Inroduction The koala is the Australian jewel. It has very furry, ash colored hair, a rubbery black nose, sharp claws, fuzzy ears, and a grizzly personality, or should I say, koalality. If you kill a koala, you'll make a million off their fur! They would sell the fur to coat companies and make coats out of koala fur. Well, sadly enough, too many people are making millions on koalas. That's why they're endangered species. Habitat The koala is distributed along the eastern coastal semi-t
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History
History
History The first people to live in Australia were called Aborigines. They migrated there about 40,000 years ago. The continent remained relatively unknown by outsiders until the 17th century. The first Europeans to settle were British convicts in 1788. They arrived at Botany Bay in southeastern Australia. Australia grew as a group of British colonies during the 19th century, and in 1901 the colonies federated to form a unified independent nation. National Government The federal parliament cons
The Kangaroo
The Kangaroo
The Kangaroo 1. Describe the creature physically. a. What does it look like? b. What does it feel like? c. What does it smell like? d. How many legs does it have? e. Does it have a tail? f. What are the animal's habits? g. Is it intelligent? h. What creature is it related to? i. What is it's name singular? Plural? j. What are it's babies names? A1. When Europeans first set foot on Australia in 1770, they were amazed by a strange animal that stood upright, balanced on it's powerful hind legs a
People all over the world of all body styles sizes races and backgroun
People all over the world of all body styles sizes races and backgroun
People all over the world, of all body styles, sizes, races and backgrounds occupy their time and gain physical fitness through games and activities referred to as sports. From professional leagues around the world, school sports, and neighborhood games, fun and strategy come together to form a worldwide phenomenon that has come to be loved. Whether your watching them or participating in them, sports have touched a part of everyone's lives. Since the development of the People's Republic of Chin
America's Zoos Entertainment to Conservation
America's Zoos Entertainment to Conservation
America's Zoos: Entertainment to Conservation The children run ahead, squealing with delight. Their parents lag behind holding the children's brightly colored balloons and carrying the remnants of the half-eaten cotton candy. The family stops to let the children ride the minitrain and take pictures together under the tree. They walk hand- in-hand toward the exit, stopping first at the gift shop where they each splurge on a treat to remind them of the day's adventure. Although this may sound like
Dr Seuss
Dr Seuss
Dr. Seuss Theodore Geisel was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on March 2, 1904. He graduated from Dartmouth in 1925, with a BA in English literature. He went to Europe after to study at Oxford. He then went to Sorbonne and then to the University of Vienna. He planned on getting a doctorate in literature, but the experience was less than ideal so he returned to the United States. (LeBeau 20) In 1927 Geisel married Helen Palmer who was a classmate of his from Oxford. She was also a children’s a