❤I've been used to reserving myself. Only by doing this won't I get hurt when I'm leaving.❤
❤No matter what have happened and whether you are ready or not, every next moment is gonna be a brand new start.❤
❤Whatever you do, remember that you do it for yourself, then you will not complain.❤
❤If you get tired one day, you will see my smile as long as you turn around.❤

Saturday, 15 October 2011

Unit 3 Protection - Lesson 2

Lesson 2 Living In Extreme Weather

  • Camels have humps on their backs to store food and water. They can drink as much as 200 litres of water a day. 

  • Rhinoceroses keep their bodies cool by wallowing in mud holes. 

  •  Most desert animals rest during the day to keep away from heat. 

  •  Some desert birds make holes in cactus plants. 

  •  Desert foxes have long ears to lose heat easily. 

  • Kangaroo rats keep fat in their tails. When there is no water, the fat can be changed into water. 

  •  Arctic foxes sleep during cold weather and cover their bodies with their long tails. 

  •  Penguins have thick layers of fat under their skins to keep their bodies warm. 

  •  Polar bears have thick furs to enable them to live in very cold weather. 

  •  Seals have thick layers of fat to keep themselves warm. 

  • Walruses have thick layers of fat to keep themselves warm. 

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