Monday, 20 June 2016

Sam's Species and habitat description example

Walt describe different habitats in New Zealand and species that live in them

Success Criteria:
  1. Write an introduction
  2. Write a paragraph describing each creature and the habitat
  3. Write a conclusion
  4. Add detail about the habitat eg
    1. Plants, landscape, temperature, weather, animals living there
  5. Add detail about the creatures eg
    1. Appearance
    2. Size
    3. Species they belong to
    4. Diet
    5. If endangered
  6. Use detail and descriptive words

I have created a New Zealand forest habitat and included 3 creatures that live there, one endemic, one native and one introduced.

The forest habitat contains different levels of animal as plants species. The forest has lots of animals that are endemic,native, can find kiwi and deer ducks even and i am doing them about a kiwi,red deer and a blue duck.

So for endemic i am doing the blue duck the blue duck like to live there because it is a wetland so there is a lot of water for them to swim around in and they can find more blue ducks and they don’t have to stay in 1 pond for life.the blue duck’s prey include the larvae of caddisflies, stoneflies and mayflies, which are mostly attached to the downstream sides of rocks in the river. The blue duck's scrape
the larvae off with their bills.

So for native the kiwi i am doing did you know.the kiwis can’t find lot’s of places to hide from bigger animals the kiwis have more room to run around and they can rear young There are about 68,000 kiwi left in all of New Zealand. We are losing 2% of our unmanaged kiwi every year –that's around 20 per week.

So for native i am do the red deer the red deer lives in the forest because there are lots of room for it to fun and raise young ones they can easily find green grass and they can find big heard’s and they can join the other herds. Did you know males grow horns every year. most deer are related to red deer. Red deer are a frealy animal so they can find water as food.

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