10 New Animal Fact Pages in SIRS Discoverer!
Kids of all ages love to learn about animals. SIRS Discoverer’s Animal Facts is a great place to start when your students are doing a research project. There are nearly 300 animals to choose from!
Have your students explore these 10 newly created Animal Fact pages in SIRS Discoverer, along with a fun graphic organizer that can be used in the classroom.
Each page contains a full profile and description of the animal and includes interesting, fun facts:
Antelope: There are 90 species of antelopes in the Bovidae family.
Baboon: Baboons are found in large groups called troops.
Badger: Badgers are solitary animals and live alone except during mating season.
Collared Peccary: These animals look a lot like pigs but they are not in the same family as pigs.
Gray Whale: Gray whales live in groups called pods.
Marten: Martens are members of the weasel family.
Mole: Moles spend most of their lives underground in burrows and tunnels that they dig.
Proboscis Monkey: Male proboscis monkeys have very large noses on their faces while females have much smaller noses.
Pronghorn: Pronghorns are the only species in the family Antilocapridae.
Sperm Whale: Sperm whales are the largest toothed whales living in the ocean.
When doing assignments on animals, direct your students to Animal Facts for all the information they need for an elementary-level research project.
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