Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Desert Dwellers, Announce Your Adaptations!

Recently Mrs. Ranney's class has been learning about animal adaptations.

An adaptation is a body part or behavior that helps a living thing survive in its environment.
We have gotten to know some desert dwellers quite well!
Watch and listen as they tell you about themselves!


What did you enjoy learning most about us?

Do you have any other desert facts to share?

Would you like to have a conversation with one of our desert dwellers? 

1 comment:

  1. Hello Mrs. Ranney and Class,

    I found this post fascinating. I was especially impressed to see you found some animals to tell their own stories. With all of my photos and video of animals, so far I have only found some talking parrots.

    Australia does have animals similar to some of these but there are no native cats found here. There are feral (escaped tame) cats found even in our deserts. Of course, we have kangaroos and I know they aren't native in your country.

    I thought I would share a post on some of Australia's animals that can be found in our deserts. Here is the link...

    Ross Mannell
    Teacher (retired), N.S.W., Australia


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