p5animals

Information about p5animals

Published on October 12, 2007

Author: Lassie

Source: authorstream.com

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Slide1:  Stag Beetle Komodo Dragon Monarch Butterfly Chameleon Leaf Cutter Ant Fire Ants Peccary Tarantula Flying Fox Poison Green Frog Jaguar Rhinoceros Beetle Butterflies Howler Monkey Hummingbird Ulysses Butterfly Praying Mantis Toucan Bird Eating Spider Leopard King Cricket Wallace Flying Frog Crocodile Flies Poison Dart Frog The Long Horn Beetle Burmese Python Blue Morpho Butterfly Flying Snake Tiger Tiger Beetle Slide2:  The stag beetle A STAG BEETLE’S SCIENTIFIC NAME IS PHALOCROGMATHUS MUELLERI. IT IS FROM THE FAMILY LUCANIDAE. Menu Slide3:  THE STAG BEETLE IS FOUND IN WET AREAS IN NORTHERN QUEENSLAND. The Stag Beetle is large with a metallic green and purple body. The Stag Beetle has a bright sheen in the sunlight or in any other light. Menu Slide4:  A Stag Beetle can fly and it can crawl but one species can’t fly. Stag Beetles are often attracted by lights and they often visit verandah lights Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge in Queensland Stag Beetles are mainly vegetarians even though they have a thick armor Menu Slide5:  The adults feed on nectar ,young leaves, sap and fruit. Their larvae live in rotting logs. The most interesting thing about stag beetles are their mandibles. they are large and males use them for dislodging other males. Menu Slide6:  THE KOMODO DRAGON The Komodo Dragon’s scientific name is Varanus Komodoensis .It is found in the island Komodo in Indonesia. Menu Slide7:  It is found the hot ,humid grassy lowland parts in Komodo. It has a dark scaly body. Its color can be black, brown or grey. It can climb trees, swim and it can run up to the speeds of 10-12 kms per hour. They are diurnal (active during the day). It is a carnivore and it feeds on wild boar, deer and carrion (dead animals). Menu Slide8:  When the young are small they live on trees and eat insects . The most interesting thing about them is their speed. They are very fast and they can easily outrun us. Menu Slide9:  Monarch butter fly is insect. They can be any color. One butter fly can have many colors. Some butter fly has hidden eye spots on Their wings which are flashed. Menu Slide10:  Flying snakes The flying snake are reptiles. They live in South East Asia. Menu Slide11:  Corhata is the largest species. The cpellas is the smallest and the adult size is only 2feet. Most adult flying snakes are 3feet to 4feet.(1 to 2 meters) They are 41grams and venomous. They jump from tree to tree. It looks like swimming on air. They can fly as far as12 meter. They are just dangerous for small animals or insects. They bite any thing. None knows what they eat. Now one knows where they lay eggs. Menu Slide12:  Common Chameleons The Common Chameleons are reptiles. Menu Slide13:  The Common Chameleons 1has scales. They have spikes under their chin and on top of their spine. Their spine is on their back. Their tail is long and high. In different places they change colures. That is an interesting fact. Most of the time the Chameleons walk slowly, but some times they run fast from their enemies or some times when they’re looking for food. They live in South Africa, in trees or under leaves. Chameleons love small animal to eat. They can eat any small birds, lizards, mammals and insects. When their babies are born they feed them with their hands and mouth. When the babies are a little older the mum teaches them how to eat. Menu Slide14:  , Now I will tell you how they make babies. Some of them lay egg in the ground. Common Chamelons lay 60 eggs. It takes 10 months to hatch. Here is the most dangerous part; Chameleon’s enemies are all kinds of snakes and people. Menu Slide15:  Leaf Cutter Ant The Leaf Cutter Ant are insects Menu Slide16:  They have skin. Every Ants have 3 part on their legs. All Ants have 6 legs. They have 3 pairs on their body. The back part is called abdomen, the middle part is called the thorax and the front part is called the head. All the ants have a big abdomen but the Queen has a buigger abdomen. The queen Ants are rare as big as a mouse. They can go up and down. You can find them in south America and south Africa. They cut leaves with their pincers, grow fungus on the leaves and can feed the fungus to the lava. The queen lays one thousand eggs in a day in a nest. The eggs hatch in 7 days under the ground. Menu Slide17:  All Ants enemies are Ant Eatter, Hanging fly, wasps, Ant lions, spiders and people. Menu FIRE ANTS:  FIRE ANTS The fire ant is an insect. Menu Slide19:  They are between a one and a half cm and one cm and in a size with an array of reddish brown to black. They move slowly and they go in a straight line. We can see ants on tree and on the ground and on river banks Menu Slide20:  They clan forest floor and build mounds and bite people. Fire ants eat dead insect, larger animal, young plants, seeds, dead leaves, wood and small dead animal. Ants lay eggs. The larvae will hatch from the eggs after a few days. Menu Slide21:  PECCARY The Collared Peccary is also called Javelinas. Menu Slide22:  It’s wild. It’s an animal. It’s a small pig and has a big nose. It’s gray black with small three hooves. Their hair is long and . They smell stinky bristly. They run in the forest. They run early morning and evening. . Menu Slide23:  . . They live in Amazon rain forest They live in large herds of up to 50 pigs. They are funny and clever. They eat fruits, seeds, leaves and small animal They can run and follow their mum when they are born Menu Slide24:  The Mexican Red kneed tarantula is an Arachnid. They have eight eyes close together. They have eight hairy legs with a reddish color on its knees. Mexican Red kneed tarantula Menu Slide25:  They live in southern U.S. to south America Menu Slide26:  Tarantulas are relatively non-aggressive and will only bite as a last resort. They are nocturnal. Menu Slide27:  They eat insects, millipedes, other spiders, scorpions, frogs, small birds and mice. Menu Slide28:  Mexican red-kneed tarantulas breed when they are two to three months old. After mating the female will eat the male. They lay between 400 and 1000 eggs between July and September. They live on their own when they are two to three months old. Menu Slide29:  Menu Slide30:  Black flying fox The black flying fox is a Pteropus Scapullatus. It is a mammal. Menu Slide31:  It has small dog-like face and eyes and leathery black wings. They are fully black and the wing span is up to 1.5 meters! They spend day time in roosting camps. They are nocturnal. These camps can have hundreds of thousands of flying foxes in them They live in tropical rain forests of Australia. When they are hot they flap their wings. When the are cold they wrap their wings tightly around their bodies. They make a loud high pitch sqabble. Menu Slide32:  They eat nectar, fruit and blossom of trees such as eucalypts, paper barks, mangoes and probably some other things. They give birth to a single young each year from about September to late November. The baby clings to its mothers belly for the first three weeks until it becomes to heavy to carry. At three weeks old the young is left at a “ creche” in the center of the camp while its mother flies out to feed. The mother return just before dawn and recognizes its young by smell. Menu Poison Green Frog:  Poison Green Frog The poison green frog is amphibian. The classifications is detonates auraus .The poison green frog look like Green and Black across the body. Poison arrow green frogs are tiny but when they bite people die. Menu Slide34:  Most poison arrow green frogs are only 2cm long. Frogs eat fast and they want to eat all the time. They eat ant, maggots and flies. Most poison a The frog lives in Costa Rica, Panama, NW Colombia, in rainforests. The frogs live on the ground always near water but they don’t live in water. The frog has bright colours. The colours of the frogs are warning to onther animals that they are danger ous to eat . The frogs has a poison in the skin that is strong enough to kill anything that eat them. One poison arrow frog has enough poison to kill over a hundred peoples. The poison green arrow frog girls get 5 to 20 babys on a smooth flat. Menu Slide35:  Jaguar The Jaguar is the largest predator of the cat felines. Menu Slide36:  The Jaguar real name is panthera onca. The jaguar is camouflage in the light time and jaguar is good at camouflage. The jaguar is weight 36-158 kg and it’s fat too. The jaguar has beautiful golden colored. The jaguar tail is 5-8-5 feet long. The jaguar can run faster then a sport car. The jaguar lives in south America and the jaguar lives in rainforest. The jaguar can walk, run and climb the long trees and jump in the rainforest. The jaguar eats horse, meat, chicken, rabbit and beef bones and big elephants. They are born as live babies. Menu Slide37:  Rhinoceros beetle. The Rhinoceros beetle is in the family with the family with the scarab beetle. The Rhinoceros beetle is 60mm in length. It’s a large insect and the colours has green, red, black. The Rhinoceros beetle eats with it’s head and the Rhinoceros beetle can pinch with it’s horn. Menu Slide38:  When it walk it catches food with its horn. The Rhinoceros beetle is found in south America. The Rhinoceros beetle climbs along the bark of tree. The Rhinoceros beetle makes hissing squeak so the people fear it. The Rhinoceros beetle feed on the soft bark of young shoot of many tree. The Rhinoceros beetle eat Rhinoceros beetle lay 50 white egg. The Rhinoceros beetle larvae hatch form eggs and develop into pupae. Menu Slide39:  Menu Slide40:  Grown caterpillars turn into butterflies. They have bright colored wings. They have knobbed antennas. Menu Slide41:  They fly with wings. Menu Slide42:  They hibernate in winter. They also die in winter. Butterflies camouflage from enemies. Menu Slide43:  They eat leaves and nectar that pretty flowers make. Menu Slide44:  Some lay one single egg and others lay more. Menu Slide45:  That’s information about amazing Butterflies!!!! Menu Slide46:  The Howler Monkey is a mammal. They live in the rainforests in Asia, Africa and southeast Asia. Menu Slide47:  They look like humans because of their eyes and face. They have fur. Their longest finger is the thumb. During heavy rain they stop looking nice. Menu Slide48:  They hang from their arms or tail and swing from tree limb to tree limb. They spend most time in trees. They are also very good swimmers. Menu Slide49:  Jaguars and snakes feed on Howler Monkeys. So they climb up trees and throw sticks at the snake and jaguar. In heavy rain they go crazy howling. Menu Slide50:  They eat fruits and leaves that grow on trees! Also flowers. Menu Slide51:  They only have 1 infant. Most howler monkeys are to lucky to survive. The dad kills their young. They are born live. The mom protects them. Menu Slide52:  The Hummingbird is an animal and a Trochidae. It has a red beak and green body, body tail and gray wings. It flies like helicopter. They live in the mountains of south America. They usually stay in one place in the air. Menu Slide53:  Ulysses Butterfly The Ulysses Butterfly is an insect and a Papilio ulysses. When it come as sudden, blue flashes. These flashes are difficult for a predator to follow, when resting with wings closed, it comes drab brown, easily mixing in with its condition. It uses the wings to fly and when it stops on the flower, the wings move up and down. It flies slowly up and down. Sometimes it flies fast when something follows it. You can find butter flies on flowers. Or where many trees are. South America’s Amazon rain forest may be home to as many 1500 species of butter fly. It flies high above the rain forest canopy. It’s favorite food plant is Euodia, a tree with clusters of small pink flowers growing straight out of the branches. Menu Slide54:  Caterpillars usually one on each plant, and rest on a pad of silk on a leaf when not feeding. The males of this species are readily attracted to bright blue objects as they mistake them for females. Females prefer to lay their eggs on small trees over 2metres high, on soft reroute foliage. Tropical rainforest areas and suburban gardens. It flies high above the rainforest canopy landing in clearings for only a few seconds on each flowers. Menu Slide55:  Praying mantis Praying mantis family name is Mantidae. Also the praying mantis is an insect. Menu Slide56:  The Praying mantis is green. The praying mantis has a swivel neck. Also the Praying mantis has a triangular head. It has two compound eyes. The Praying mantis has two antennae. The Praying mantis has a long slender neck. Also it has four stout legs. Praying mantis is one of the insects that can turn their head around. The male Praying mantis can glide but the female can’t because the female has a lot of eggs too much eggs to take care of. Praying mantis lives in Tropical Rainforest in North Africa, on tall herbs, tree trunks and shrubs. Menu Slide57:  Praying mantis are green and brown to hide from its enemies or prey. Praying mantis camouflage in leaves when other insects or small animals, their enemies, come close. The Praying mantis then takes it long legs to grab its prey Praying mantis eats other insects such as butterflies, bees, beetles and spiders. It also eats frogs, mice and lizards. Praying mantis lay 10 to 400 eggs. The female lays in a foamy coat. The eggs hatch in about 3 weeks to 5 weeks then the mother dies. Menu Slide58:  Toucan The Toucan family name is Ramphastidae. The Toucan is a bird. Menu Slide59:  Toucans can be 18 to 63 cm long. The body color is black ,red and orange. The beak color is blue, yellow, red and orange. Toucans have short legs but they are strong. The Toucan has colorful feathers. Toucans fly with their wings. Most of the time Toucan perches on the trees. Toucans live in Guiana, Brazil and North Argentina in Rainforests. Toucan lives in small flocks usually. When a bird predator comes to eat the Toucan, the Toucans gather and deafening screeches to scare the predator away. Menu Slide60:  Toucans can lay 2 to 4 eggs. When the eggs hatch the mother takes care of the young 8 weeks. When the eggs hatch the young doesn't have any feathers. Toucans are mostly a fruit eater .Toucans have about 40 species. Menu Slide61:  Bird eating spider An other name for the Bird Eating spider is transuls. The Bird eating spider is an insect. The bird eating spider is the largest spider in the world. The bird eating spider has about four lung. Some bird eating spiders have legs that are 30 cm across from tip tip or the size of a large dinner plate. The female bird eating spider is bigger than the male bird eating spider. Menu Slide62:  The bird eating spider hunts at night and lives in holes. The bird eating spider lives in Australia. In patches of leaves and holes. The bird eating spider habit is to stay in their holes and patches of leaves. The bird eating spider eat mammals like bats and rats insects like other spiders and beetles reptiles like lizards and frogs and small birds. The bird eating spider can lay 500 to 1000 eggs. It takes 20 to 30 to hatch. Menu Slide63:  Leopard The leopard has three other names they are felidae, panthera , and rardus. The leopard is a mammal. Menu Slide64:  The head and body length is between 3 1/2 and 6 feet one to two mt. Some coats are light grayish brown to light brown with black spots. One of the most commen coat colors is most totally black with very faint spots . The movement of the leopard is to climb trees, also to chase animals. They live in all kinds of forest. Like Africa and a part of Asia. Their behaviour is to chase squirrels through the understorey. The leopard eats wild pigs,sambars,and monkeys. The leopard gets 1- 4 cubs born after a 90 -105 days pregnancy . Menu Slide65:  King Cricket King Cricket belongs to the order of Orthoptera and Suporders and Ennsifera and Cealifera family. King cricket is an insect. Menu Slide66:  They have big, long, thin antennas and six legs. They have four wings, 2 small wings and 2 big brown wings al at the back. The King cricket moves from one place to another by jumping or by flying. King Crickets live in New Zealand. King Crickets could be camouflaged on woods. King Crickets like to come out at night and when it’s rainy season. Menu Slide67:  Wallace Flying Frog The family name of the Wallace Flying Frog is Rhacophorus nigripalmatus. The Wallace Flying Frog is an amphibian. Menu Slide68:  Wallace Flying Frog have large eyes and have horizontal pupils. They have a green dorsal surface and the legs are green too. It has four legs and between their feet they have white skin. Wallace Flying Frogs glide, hop and swim. When they fall off the tree brown branch they use their white skinny skin between their feet to make it self fly and they use their white skin between their feet to glide between trees. Wallace Flying Frogs could be camouflaged. Wallace Flying frogs like to come out when it’s a rainy season. Wallace Flying Frogs are carnivores they eat small yucky insects like ants. Menu Slide69:  The female comes down the tree to meet male frogs to mate. The female frog lays eggs on big trees. Wallace Flying Frogs live in Thailand ,Laos and Vietnam through west Malaysia to the island of Borneo. Menu Slide70:  Crocodiles The American crocodiles is a large very rare shy reptile. The crocodile has a narrow snout and olive brown. The teeth of both jaws are easy to see when the jaws are closed. Menu Slide71:  Crocodiles swim very well moving themselves through the water mainly using, tails but also using their webbed feet. We find crocodiles in Africa ,south American many other countries. The crocodiles like to eat fish. They are sometimes are nice. This endangered species spends most of their life in warm, quiet,water,either brick ish or salt water, like man grave swamps and estuaries where river meet the sea. when the Crocodiles are baby they are in the egg. Menu FLYS :  FLYS Menu Slide73:  FLY FLY DO NOT HAVE TEETH BUT THEY DO HAVE NEEDLE.LIKE HOOKS THAT HELP THEM FEED.THE HOOKS ARE ON their wings. THEY BELONG TO THE INSECTS CALLED WITCH MEAN 2 WINGS. THE HOUSE FLYS TASTES WITH ITS FEET.LIKE ALL FLYS HAVE 6 LEGS AND 2 WINGS,THEIR BODIES COLOUR ARE BLACK AND BROWN.THE LARVA FLYS LOOK DIRTY WHITE WORMS. In the house flies are flying around and eating food. The house flies tastes with its feet. They can move themselves into flight. They can even fly backwards. Menu Slide74:  Poison Dart frog The Poison Dart frog is a kind of frog .The poison Dart frog is an Amphibian. It’s classification is Dendrobates Azureus . Menu Slide75:  They have suction pads on their toes. The adult is about 5 cm long. The weigh about 0.3. They have black spots and they are very small. They stay near water like rivers. They some times fight for their land. They don’t find food in groups, they go by them selves they eat ants, termites , crickets , fruit and flies. They lay eggs in ponds ,the eggs are in jelly. The eggs hatch in 12 days. The eggs hatch into tadpoles, some time they are called polliwogs. The most interesting things is that the males fight each other. Menu Slide76:  The Long Horn Beetle The Long Horn Beetle is a kind of beetle .They are called cerambycidae. Menu Slide77:  The Long Horn Beetles has an interesting appearance .It is yellow and black and some time it’s blue and black. They are about 12 cm long and there winds protects it. The long Horn lives on trees and land. They can walk and climb. Some times they also fly. They find food by them self. They eat, plants, leaves, flowers and cactus fruit. They have strong teeth they can bite trees easily. Menu Slide78:  It lays eggs in cracks or holes in trees. They can stay like a larvae for three years. The long horn beetle can live for thirty years. Menu Slide79:  Burmese python The Burmese Python is a reptile and it is cold blooded. The python can be up to 8.23 meters long, it can weigh 182.76 kgs and it is brown and yellow. They slither place to place because they don’t have legs. Menu Slide80:  Their behavior is they swim, climb trees to get food and when they stay still they curl around like a ball. The Python lives in Asia, Burma, Myanmar, Vietnam and Thailand. The python can be up to 8.23 meters long, it can weigh 182.76 kgs and it is brown and yellow The python can be up to 8.23 meters long, it can weigh 182.76 kgs and it is brown and yellow. The Python feeds on birds, mammals, rats and vermin. Menu Slide81:  The Python kills their prey by squeezing them so they can’t breath. They can kill the animals in 3-4 minutes and the big one for 20 minutes. The female can lay 60 per clutch. The eggs will hatch between 60-70 days. The female can lay 60 per clutch. The eggs will hatch between 60-70 days. The interesting about the Python is they weigh up to 182.76 kg and it can be 8.23 meters. One more thing about the Python is the female can lay 60 eggs per clutch. Menu Slide82:  Tiger Beetle The Tiger beetle is a beetle, the classification name is Coleotera. The adult can be 1 or 2 inches long and it has a strong jaw. A Tiger beetle have a long antennae and legs, it is a golden green colour. Menu Slide83:  The Tiger Beetle feeds on grass, spiders, small prey, other beetle s, caterpillars, flies, grasshoppers, worms and snails. The Tiger beetle lays eggs in soil. The interesting thing about tiger beetle is that they eat many things. The Tiger beetle lives in America they usually stay on sandy places, dry soil near rivers streams and the sea. Their movement is they run and fly quickly to get food. Menu Slide84:  THE BLUE MORPHO BUTTERFLY The Blue Morpho butterfly is a insect and a morphopeleides. It’s wings are about 13-18 centimeters long. The color of the butterfly is blue to the mother of pearl color’s. The movement of the butterfly is just flying, that’s all. Menu Slide85:  The butterfly loves to sit in the sun and rest. The morpho Butterfly drinks from nectar, also the juices of rotting fruit, rotting logs and tree sap. They feed on flowers. The mum butterfly lays her eggs on the bottom of leaves. When the baby caterpillar is born they have fur that itches human skin and also smells like bad butter. When the baby caterpillar thinks somebody is going to hurt them they make a funny smell. The morpho Butterfly lives in south and central America. Menu Slide86:  Flying snakes The flying snake are reptiles. They live in South East Asia. Menu Slide87:  Corhata is the largest species. The cpellas is the smallest and the adult size is only 2feet. Most adult flying snakes are 3feet to 4feet.(1 to 2 meters) They are 41grams and venomous. They jump from tree to tree. It looks like swimming on air. They can fly as far as12 meter. They are just dangerous for small animals or insects. They bite any thing. None knows what they eat. Now one knows where they lay eggs. Menu Slide88:  The tiger is a mammal, carnivore, feline a species of a pantheratigris. The tiger has sharp claws and has striped black and orange fur. The tiger’s body is large and strong and built for catching large prey through sudden attack. Their feet have soft pads to allow tigers to quietly catch their prey. Menu Slide89:  The tiger is sometimes rough but always gentle with their young. They eat deer, monkey, fish, frogs, crabs, pythons, grass, fruit and berries. The tiger looks after the cubs for about 3-6 months. The tiger has 1-4 cubs. Menu

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