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Pigmy Owl, Wild Life of the World, Richard Lydekker, 1916.

Pigmy Owl, Wild Life of the World, Richard Lydekker,

Challenge your students to study the structural and behavioral adaptations of Maurice Sendak's Wild Things, then create their own Wild Thing.

Teach Animal Adaptions Using Where the Wild Things Are

In this lesson, students examine each Wild Thing& physical characteristics, using the free printable below to help them identify the various attributes.

Gray Wolf, North America

Global Gallery Nature Photographs Gray Wolf , North America by Tim Fitzharris Photographic Print on Wrapped Canvas Size:

Salmon Eggs Hatching at the Seymour Hatchery, funny video the kids will get a kick out of

Salmon breaking out of their eggs and becoming alevin at the Seymour River Hatchery in North Vancouver. Learn more about the Seymour River Hatchery, salmon,.

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Animal Tracks Match-Up Game FREE!

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Animal Tracks Match-Up Game Printable. I would put pictures of the animal next to the tracks.

~~Polar bear by Richard Wear~~

A Polar Bear Ursus Maritimus Resting by Richard Wear - A Polar Bear Ursus Maritimus Resting Photograph - A Polar Bear Ursus Maritimus Resting Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Animal tracks: What you might catch in a trap or snare.

ANIMAL TRACKS ID Sheets - Do You Know Your Animal Tracks???

good thing to print and keep handy. How to Identify Animal Tracks Infographic (Link has many other camping related infographics)

Animal tracks guide - great for nature walks and camping!

Marley always wants to know which animal prints are which! Animal tracks guide - great for nature walks and camping with kids

Alphabet Animal Tracks...

Animal Tracks ABC Flash cards/ Many animals live around our school. Perhaps we could identify their tracks. I have seen skunk, opossum, raccoon, deer, rabbit and armadillo.

The common spotted Cuscus (Spilocuscus maculatus) is a marsupial that lives in the Cape York region of Australia, New Guinea, and nearby smaller islands.

An Australian possum

This thing exists in reality! "Cuscus, Taronga Park, Sydney" photo by Axel Poignant circa

Ring-Tailed Lemur. Wild life of the world v.3 London ;F. Warne and co.,1916. Biodiversitylibrary. Biodivlibrary. BHL. Biodiversity Heritage Library

3 - Wild life of the world : - Biodiversity Heritage Library - Ring Tailed Lemurs.

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