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Cockroach Cockroaches are one of the oldest insects on Earth and look about the same as they did millions of years ago.

Cockroach Cockroaches are one of the oldest insects on Earth and look about the same as they did millions of years ago. Unlike other species (kinds), the American cockroach, shown here, can fly and is also attracted to light. G.I. Bernard/Oxford Scientific Films Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ...

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Elephants.

Elephants. What if you had to ride an elephant to school? An elephant is huge. You have to climb up on a platform to get on an elephant's back. You might sit on the elephant's neck and hold on with your legs. You might sit on a seat on the elephant's back. People in Asia once rode elephants for transportation. They rode...

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Aquariums.

Aquariums. A sea turtle glides over your head. Tiny blue and yellow fish flash by. A big shark swims right at you. You are walking around on the bottom of the sea. Yet you are perfectly safe and dry. You are visiting an aquarium. WHAT IS AN AQUARIUM? An aquarium is a water-filled tank in which fish swim about. You can keep a...

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Clams.

Clams. Did you ever eat a quahog? A quahog is not a pig. It is a kind of clam. Quahog is a name that Native Americans gave clams. WHAT ARE CLAMS LIKE? All clams belong to a group of animals called mollusks. Mollusks have soft bodies without any bones. A shell protects their soft bodies. Clams live in water or mud. Some clams have...

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Bears.

Bears. Imagine sticking your nose in the air and sniffing the smell of a hamburger cooking a mile away. Some bears can do just that. Bears have a keen sense of smell. They use this sense to help them find food. Bears are meat eaters, or carnivores. But most bears also eat fruits, nuts, and other foods. Bears live in North America,...

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Chickens.

Chickens. Have you ever watched baby chickens hatch? You can see them on farms and at many children's zoos. The baby chick is inside a shell. It pecks at the shell for a while, and then it rests. When the chick has pecked away enough of the shell, it breaks out. Baby chickens are covered with soft down. WHY DOES A CHICKEN LAY AN...

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Elephants.

Elephants. What if you had to ride an elephant to school? An elephant is huge. You have to climb up on a platform to get on an elephant's back. You might sit on the elephant's neck and hold on with your legs. You might sit on a seat on the elephant's back. People in Asia once rode elephants for transportation. They rode...

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Animal Migration.

Animal Migration. Have you ever heard loud honking calls and looked up to see geese flying in a V-formation? The geese are getting ready for a long trip, or they may be on their way already. Geese are among the animals that travel south for the winter. In spring, they return to their summer homes in the north. Their journeys are known...

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Armadillo Armadillos are armor-plated animals about the size of a cat.

Armadillo Armadillos are armor-plated animals about the size of a cat. They are found in the southern part of the United States and in Central and South America. Calvin Larsen/Photo Researchers, Inc. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ...

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Reproduction.

Reproduction. Do spiders date? Do sponges have parents? Are there boy plants and girl plants? All these questions have to do with reproduction. Every species (kind) of living thing reproduces. Reproduction is how a species survives. Sponges reproduce in simple ways. Spiders, plants, and people reproduce in more complicated ways. But there are just two basic ways of reproducing: by asexual or sexual...

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Meerkat Meerkats, also known as suricates, are small members of the mongoose family that live in Africa.

Meerkat Meerkats, also known as suricates, are small members of the mongoose family that live in Africa. They live underground in colonies (groups) of up to 25 animals. Meerkats stand up straight on their hind legs to search for danger. Peter Johnson/CORBIS-BETTMANN Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009. © 1993-2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ...

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Squirrels You often see them perched on park benches, scampering up trees, or dashing across telephone wires.

Squirrels You often see them perched on park benches, scampering up trees, or dashing across telephone wires. They are small, furry rodents known as squirrels. Squirrels often have large eyes and long, bushy tails. They live in almost every part of the world. There are more than 270 species (kinds) of squirrels. They range in size from the pygmy squirrels of...

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Marsupials.

Marsupials. Marsupials are animals that have a built-in baby carrier. Marsupial mothers have a pouch on the front of their bodies. A marsupial mom puts her newborn baby in her pouch. She carries the baby around until it is ready to go out on its own. Kangaroos are one kind of marsupial. But there are many other kinds, too. WHERE DO MARSUPIALS LIVE? Most...

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Seals.

Seals. Can you bend over backward and touch your nose to your feet? Can you hold your breath underwater for two hours? Can you dive hundreds of feet in icy water? Of course you can't. You're not a seal. WHAT ARE SEALS? Seals live in the ocean, but they breathe air just as dogs, whales, and you do. Like those animals, seals are mammals....

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Reptiles.

Reptiles. Do you like to lie in the sun in the summertime? What if you had to stay in the hot sun just to keep your body warm? What if you had to stretch out on hot rocks just to keep from freezing? Reptiles have to find sunny spots to keep warm. They need shady spots to cool off. Your body can...

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Microscopic Life.

Microscopic Life. There is a world all around you that you cannot see. Billions of tiny creatures slither and slide over tables and floors. They float and wiggle in drops of water. They stick to your skin. Sometimes they get in your eyes, nose, and throat. You can see most of these tiny things only if you put them under a microscope....

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Lions.

Lions. What if you could yell to a friend who lived several miles away--and your friend could hear you? That is how loud a lion can roar! No wonder this mighty animal is called the king of beasts. Lions are big cats. Along with tigers, lions are the world's biggest and strongest cats. There are two kinds of lions, African and Asian...

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Rodents Did you know that your pet hamster is a rodent?

Rodents Did you know that your pet hamster is a rodent? Rodents are small mammals with large, sharp front teeth. Besides hamsters, rodents include mice, rats, gerbils, guinea pigs, beavers, and muskrats. There are about 2,000 different species (kinds) of rodents, and they live in almost all parts of the world. The largest rodent, the capybara of South America, can be...

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Reptiles.

Reptiles. Do you like to lie in the sun in the summertime? What if you had to stay in the hot sun just to keep your body warm? What if you had to stretch out on hot rocks just to keep from freezing? Reptiles have to find sunny spots to keep warm. They need shady spots to cool off. Your body can...

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Hibernation.

Hibernation. On some mornings, you might not feel like getting up. On cold mornings, you might want to stay snuggled warmly in bed. You might say, "I'm just going to hibernate today." You mean that you are not going out. When animals hibernate, it means something very different. HOW DO ANIMALS HIBERNATE? An animal hibernates by becoming inactive. It enters a kind of...

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Lemurs Lemurs are primates with long noses, large ears, and long tails.

Lemurs Lemurs are primates with long noses, large ears, and long tails. They are found only on the island of Madagascar and the nearby islands of Comoros. Most lemurs live in trees. They mainly eat fruit, flowers, and leaves, but some like to eat bugs. Because their forest homes are being destroyed, many lemurs are considered endangered species. Microsoft ® Encarta ®...

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Birds.

Birds. Pretend you are on a TV quiz show. The question is, "What is a bird?" Think carefully before you answer. Is a bird an animal that can fly? Bees and butterflies are animals that fly, but they're not birds. Penguins, emus, and ostriches are birds, but they can't fly. You answer, "A bird is an animal with feathers and wings." "Correct!"...

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Pets. They may be cuddly, playful, and fun. They can delight

Pets. They may be cuddly, playful, and fun. They can delight us with their grace and beauty. They're part of our families. Sometimes, they're our best friends. It's easy to see why people love their pets! THE MOST POPULAR PETS More than half of the homes in the United States have a pet. Cats and dogs are the most popular pets. One out of...

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Lions.

Lions. What if you could yell to a friend who lived several miles away--and your friend could hear you? That is how loud a lion can roar! No wonder this mighty animal is called the king of beasts. Lions are big cats. Along with tigers, lions are the world's biggest and strongest cats. There are two kinds of lions, African and Asian...

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Rhinoceros.

Rhinoceros. Rhinoceroses are known for the horns on their noses. The name rhinoceros comes from two words that mean "nose" and "horn." They use their horns to defend themselves. The largest rhinoceros horn on record was 5 feet (1.6 meters) long! HOW BIG IS A RHINOCEROS? People often compare the rhinoceros, or rhino, to a tank. Rhinos are one of the biggest land...

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