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Wildlife Protection Saola Research

by SADIE AVELAR

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Wildlife Protection
Saola Research
-by Sadie Avelar-
-3rd grade-
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Table of Contents:
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1. Cover

2 .Table of Contents

3. Introduction

4. Appearance

5. Habits

6. Diet

7. Reproduction

8. Endangerment

9. Habitat

10. Fun Facts

11. Sources

12. Acrostic Poem
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Introduction:
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saolas
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This animal will be extinct if we don't act fast.The name of my animal is
called a saola.I picked this animal because nobody picked it. And it was perfect for me and easy.Saolas are important for their heads horns and feet.Did you know that saolas eat people.
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Appearance:
Saolas are a mammal.they can weigh up to 176 to 220.Their horns are 20 inches long.Saolas are covered with fur that is brown on their face their have white dots on them.Saolas have special stuff like horns and hooves.That protect them like every animal.
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Habits:
i think saolas are warm blooded.Saolas communicate with a bleat .saolas move with there feet witch is their hoves saolas are thought to lead a generally solitary lifestyle .

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Diet:
Saolas eat with their teeth.Also they are a herbivore .Saolas are predators they hunt humans,tiger,and crocodiles .saolas use their horns to fight something.
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Reproduction:
saola life cycle
saolas are live birth. When saolas are babies they don't look like their parents.saolas live 8 years to 12 years.
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Habait:
saolas lives in a evergreen forest annamite mountains of vietnam and laos
1. Describe your Biome (Desert; Grasslands-prairies or tropical savannahs; Temperate Forest or Rainforest; Ocean Aquatic or Freshwater Aquatic-lakes, rivers, or ponds; Tundra/Arctic)


2. Geographical Location of your Biome (Continent, Region, Equator, Tropic of Cancer or Tropic of Capricorn, Arctic Circle, Oceans-Arctic, Indian, Southern, Pacific, Atlantic, etc.)


3. Climate and Weather (hot; humid; rainy; dry; wet and damp-floods, bogs, marshes, swamps; tropical; seasonal, etc.)


4. Plants (trees, bushes, grasses, water plants, etc.)


5. Shelter (nests, dens, cave, bush, rocks, lodges, branches, burrows, webs, hives, tunnels, reef, tree, hill, hole, lair, etc.)
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