Animals & Habitats Lindsay Rogers Nebraska Game &

Animals & Habitats Lindsay Rogers Nebraska Game &

Animals & Habitats Lindsay Rogers Nebraska Game & Parks Commission Habitats Food Water

Shelter Space Air Habitats: Food The food an animal requires depends on the animal Herbivore

Carnivore Omnivore Habitats: Water All living things need water! Water can come from many sources: Lake, puddle, stream, river,

pond, and even their food! Habitats: Shelter The kinds of shelter depend on the animal. Under bark Under a pine tree In a burrow In a hallow tree

In a lake or pond Under a rock In the grasses Shelter also depends on the time of year! Habitats: Space Space provides air, movement, and

enough resources. We can all fit in a closet, but we cannot all live in a closet! Habitats: Air All living things need air either oxygen or carbon dioxide. Animals oxygen

Plants carbon dioxide Habitats How do animals live and survive in their distinct habitat? Habitats

Nebraska has LOTS of different kinds if habitats: Shortgrass Prairie Mixedgrass Praire Tallgrass Prairie Wetland Forest Urban

Farmland Lakes & Ponds Rivers & Streams Habitats Some animals can live in many different habitats... Coyote

Raccoon Fox Squirrel Turkey Skunk Crows Habitats Other animals require a very

specific habitat... Fish Frogs Prairie Dogs Ducks Dragonflies Flying Squirrels

Habitats What about a mountain lion? What is its habitat? Food? Water? Shelter? Space?!!

Habitats What about a Sandhill Crane? What is its habitat or habitats? Food? Water? Shelter? Space?

Habitats What about a bass? What is its habitat? Food? Water? Shelter? Space?

Habitats What about a salamander? What is its habitat? Food? Water? Shelter? Space?

Habitats What about a garden spider? What is its habitat? Food? Water? Shelter? Space?

Compare and Contrast Animals Lets look at body coverings, diet, and locomotion! Body Coverings Mammals have fur or

hair always! Even dolphins and whales have tiny hairs covering their body. Body Coverings Reptiles have scales always!

Turtle Snake Crocodile Alligator Lizard Body Coverings Amphibians have skin

very thing skin! Frog Salamander Toad Body Coverings Insects have a hard exoskeleton

They do not have a backbone, this exoskeleton protects their insides! Body Coverings Birds have feathers Always! They have lots of different

kinds of feathers: Flight, down, body, etc. Body Coverings Fish have scales Always! Body Coverings

Fish have scales Always! Diet Carnivores (sharp teeth) Omnivores

(some sharp teeth, some flat teeth) Herbivores (flat teeth) Locomotion Walking, galloping, running, hopping, jumping, flying,

crawling, soaring, swimming, slithering, sliding,.. Questions?

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