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My animal looks like a little bear. It has a lot of fur. A bear cub lives in the den in the winter. It goes outside in the spring. A bear cub eats seeds, nuts, berries, flowers, and leaves. A bear cub sounds like, â€œroar!â€ A bear cub can swim. An interesting fact about a bear cub is that it can climb a tree.
Written by, Anna
Elephants have a tusk.Â Elephants have a trunk, two big ears, two tusks, thick gray skin, and a little tail.Â Elephants live in Africa and other countries.Â Elephants eat bark, leaves, branches, and grass.Â Elephants sound loud splashing in the water.Â They grunt and snort.Â Elephants can jump.Â They can grab food with their long trunk.Â Elephants use their ears to scare away enemies.Â
Written by, Jaison
The sea turtle can grow over three feet long and can weigh more than 300 pounds.Â It has a shell on its back.Â Sea turtles live in the ocean near the beach.Â Sea turtles eat fish and algae.Â Sea turtles can swim very far.Â An interesting fact about sea turtles is they dig a hole in the sand to lay eggs.Â
Written by, Antonio
The ladybug looks like a beetle.Â It is red and has black spots and has six legs.Â The ladybug lives on plants.Â The ladybug eats tiny insects called aphids.Â The ladybug sounds like silence.Â The ladybug can fly.Â An interesting fact about the ladybug is it uses its spiky jaws to bite an aphid.
Written by, Jasmine
Wolves look like dogs.Â They have black and brown fur.Â Wolves live in forests, grasslands, mountains, and swamps.Â Wolves eat other animals.Â Wolves sound like a dog when it barks and howls.Â Wolves can hunt and run very fast.Â An interesting fact about wolves is they can hunt and they are sometimes called a wolf dog.
Written by, Hannah
At first, tadpoles look like fish and then their tails disappear.Â Frogs live on land.Â Frogs eat living animals.Â They like insects, spiders, worms, and fish.Â The frog sounds like, â€œsplash!â€Â Frogs can jump and breathe in water.Â An interesting fact about frogs is some frogs have poison to protect themselves.
Written by, Sean
The hummingbird looks like a small colorful bird.Â The hummingbird lives in the warm weather, but they also live where itâ€™s cold.Â The hummingbird eats the sweet liquid found in flowers.Â The hummingbird sounds like, â€œWhizz, zzzip, zzing!â€Â It sings with its wings.Â The hummingbird hovers over flowers.Â An interesting fact about hummingbirds is they are the smallest bird in the world.
Written by, Grace
The frog looks like a rock.Â It is green and brown.Â Some have stripes and spots.Â The frog lives in trees, ponds, tanks, and fresh water.Â The frog eats insects.Â The frog sounds like a cricket.Â The frog can jump really high.Â An interesting fact is that the frog lays eggs.Â
Written by, Keanu
A bird has a beak, feathers, and wings.Â A bird lives in the sky.Â A bird eats seeds and insects.Â A bird sounds like this, â€œtweet, tweet!â€Â A bird can build a nest.Â An interesting fact about all birds is birds are the only animals with feathers.
Written by, Kayla
My animal looks very little.Â It is up to one inch long.Â Ants live in nature all over the world except in Antarctica.Â Ants can eat meat or plants.Â Ants sound like nothing.Â Ants can eat meat.Â Some ants are soldiers.Â They defend the nest.Â An interesting fact about ants is that most ants cannot see each other.
Written by, Kevin
The rattlesnake looks like a big worm.Â It has scales.Â The rattlesnake lives in the United States and Mexico.Â The rattlesnake eats mice.Â The rattlesnakeâ€™s tail sounds like, â€œBuzzzz!â€Â The rattlesnake can smell with its tongue.Â An interesting fact about the rattlesnake is it can talk with its tail.
Written by, Rachel
The baby whaleâ€™s face looks like a gigantic lizard.Â The baby whale lives in the water.Â The baby whale gets all his food and water from his motherâ€™s milk.Â The baby whale sounds like blowing bubbles underwater, and whining, and screeching.Â The baby whale can talk to other whales under water.Â An interesting fact about the baby whale is it can eat as much as 500 pounds of food a day.Â
Written by, Olivia
A spider looks like a small octopus.Â A spider lives in a nest outside.Â A spider eats insects.Â A spider sounds like silence.Â A spider can use silk to make webs.Â A spider is not an insect.Â Spiders have eight legs and insects have six legs.Â
Written by, Sebastian
The house mouse has round black eyes.Â She has oval ears and a pointed nose.Â The house mouse has a cage if it is a pet.Â The house mouse eats almost anything, even soap and glue.Â The house mouse sounds like, â€œEeek!â€Â The house mouse can jump and run and climb and dig.Â An interesting fact about a house mouse is her teeth keep growing so she eats things to keep her teeth from growing.Â
Written by, Indiana
The dolphin looks like a big fish.Â The dolphin lives in the ocean.Â The dolphin eats fish.Â The dolphin sounds like a whistle.Â Dolphins can swim and leap.Â An interesting fact about dolphins is they are warm blooded animals.
Written by, Ashley
The beaver has webbed feet, claws, a tail, teeth, a nose, eyes, and a front foot.Â The beaver lives in a lodge in water.Â The beaver eats twigs and leaves.Â Babies eat milk from their mothers.Â The beaver sounds like, â€œsplashâ€ when it smacks its tail in the water.Â The beaver can swim and make a dam.Â An interesting fact about the beaverâ€™s babies is they are called kits.
Written by, Michael
We learned about nonfiction writing. For example, nonfiction tells you information and facts. We wrote nonfiction stories about animals. Thank you for reading them! Any questions?
Written by, Mrs Groven and Mrs. Barstowâ€™s Class