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Ecosystems, Biomes, and Habitats
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    Results 101 thru 110 of 121 total resources.

    101.  Video
    Vervet (Green Monkey)
    The vervet (green monkey) averages 18-26 inches in height and 7-10 pounds. The green monkey inhabits Northern and Southern Savanna, from Senegal to Sudan and...
    Curriculum: Science
    102.  Video
    Grant's Zebra
    Zebras are odd-toed ungulates. Grant's zebra is one of several sub-species of plains zebras. They inhabit savannahs, plains, and in some cases mountainous re...
    Curriculum: Science
    103.  Video
    Meerkat Diet
    Meerkats have an incredible sense of smell that enables them to locate concealed prey, then dig it out with their long-clawed forefeet. Meerkats are insectiv...
    Curriculum: Science
    104.  Video
    The meerkat is a a member of the mongoose family and lives in the dry open country in southwestern Angola, Namibia, Botswana, and South Africa. Their averag...
    Curriculum: Science
    105.  Video
    Lesser Flamingos
    The Lesser flamingo live on alkaline lakes in East and Central Africa in flocks numbering in the thousands. They have longer necks and legs in proportion to ...
    Curriculum: Science
    106.  Video
    Spotted Hyena in a Zoo
    The spotted hyena is the largest of the three hyena species. Female hyenas are larger than males weighing up to 165 pounds and a height of 35 inches. Hyenas...
    Curriculum: Science
    107.  Video
    Giraffe Walking
    The giraffe is the tallest animal in the world and lives in open woodland and wooded grassland throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Males may be 15-18 feet tall an...
    Curriculum: Science
    108.  Video
    Roan Antelope
    The roan antelope live in sparsely wooded grassland habitats from Senegal to western Ethiopia, and south to South Africa. The male weighs an average of 616 l...
    109.  Image
    Mallard Duck
    Mallard Ducks are common wild ducks that live in Northern Hemisphere wetlands. Most domestic (tame) ducks were bred from mallards. The female is called a hen...
    Curriculum: Science
    110.  Image
    Thirsty Camel
    Arabian Camels can drink one third of their body weight in 10 minutes. Camels are adapted for life in the desert with thick lips that can handle coarse and s...

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