American Alligator (Road to Recovery (Library)) by Susan H Gray

By Susan H Gray

Readers are brought the habitat and way of life of the yank Alligator and find out how the yank Alligator is making a return from close to extinction. learn how humans within the southeastern usa are studying to dwell with those notable creatures.

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21 st Centur y Content You study reading, math, science, and social studies. You also need to learn about the world of work and your community. These notes tell you about business and money. They also give you ideas about how you can help yourself, your community, and the world. Life & Career Skills These notes tell you about skills you will use throughout your life. They give you ideas about how to work well with others, make good decisions, and achieve your goals in life.

9 an animal that is eaten by another animal REPTILES2%0
TYLZ cold-blooded animals that are covered with plates or scales SPECIES30%%
SHEEZ a group of similar animals or plants 30 21st CENTURY SKILLS LIBRARY F M I Books Rockwell, Anne. Who Lives in an Alligator Hole? New York: Collins, 2006. Snyder, Trish. Alligator and Crocodile Rescue: Changing the Future for Endangered Wildlife. Richmond Hill, ON: Firefly Books, 2006. Staub, Frank J. Alligators. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 1995. html To find an animals directory and information about American alligators ROAD TO RECOVERY: A A 31 I females, 4–6, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16 Florida, 20, 22, 24 Alabama, 20 alligator farms, 26–27 Arkansas, 25 armor, 9 nests, 11, 12, 27 New York City, 23 North Carolina, 25 nostrils, 9 “gator holes,” 14 Bartram, William, 5 bellowing, 4, 11 blood, 6 body temperature, 6, 11–12 caimans, 14, 27 captivity, 15 Chinese alligators, 5, 15 colors, 9, 12 crocodiles, 14, 27 crocodilians, 14 Oklahoma, 25 habitats, 8, 19, 23, 25, 27, 28 hatchlings, 12–13, 16 heads, 5, 6, 9, 11, 12 hide.

Look inside to learn more about how the American alligator is making a comeback from near extinction and once again becoming a common sight in the wetlands of the southeastern United States. The Road to Recovery series introduces readers to some of the animals that are fighting and beginning to win the battle for survival in the 21st century. Other titles in the series include: • American Bison • Gray Whale • Mongolian Wild Horse • Elephant Seal • Gray Wolf • Mountain Gorilla • Golden Lion Tamarin • Karner Blue Butterfly • Whooping Crane • Gray Bat • Key Deer To guide your reading, look for these notes that will help build the understanding and skills you’ll need in the 21st century.

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