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7 Biome Website Project: Tundra Organisms Polar Bear Snowy Owl Lemming Grasses Musk Ox Artic Wolf Artic Fox Artic Hare Brown Bear Lichen Insects Caribou Biome Website Project: Tundra Organisms Polar Bear Snowy Owl Lemming Grasses Musk Ox Artic Wolf Artic Fox Artic Hare Brown Bear Lichen Insects Caribou
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Classification of Animals Animals With Backbones AMPHIBIAN FISH MAMMAL BIRD REPTILE Animals With Backbones Animals with backbones are called vertebrates. Vertebrates include many different kinds of animals.
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Teacher s Guide Multilevel Animals, Animals Levels: E, H, and K Word Count: 460 Adapted by Jan Mader from a Reading A Z Multilevel book Images: Public domain/courtesy of Francis Morgan Story Summary: You
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Young naturalists Study Questions to Wonderful Wasps Study and learn facts and ideas based on this Young Naturalists nonfiction story in Minnesota Conservation Volunteer, May June 2017, www.mndnr.gov/mcvmagazine.
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50 Primary Activity #1 The Story of Noir, the Black-footed Ferret Description: Students will learn about the habitat and life of a black-footed ferret as they read the story of Noir, the black-footed ferret.
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