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Wild Animals

LESSON 1:

Alligator: This is an alligator. A baby alligator is called a hatchling. Alligators live in marshes, rivers and swamps.
Gorilla: This is a gorilla. A baby gorilla is called an infant. Gorillas are found in jungles and mountains.
Hippopotamus: Here is a hippopotamus. A young hippopotamus is called a calf. They live near rivers and lakes.
Elephant: Here is an elephant. A baby elephant is called a calf. They are found in swamps and forests.
Fox: This is a fox. A young fox is called a kit. They are mainly found in forests.
Giraffe: Here is a giraffe. A baby giraffe is called a calf. Giraffes are mainly found in open grasslands and woodlands.
Tiger: This is a tiger. A baby tiger is called a cub. Tigers live in the jungle and their home is called a den.
Rhinoceros: Here is a rhinoceros. A baby rhinoceros is called a calf. They are mainly found in grasslands, dry forests and plains.
Penguin: This is a penguin. A baby penguin is called a chick. Penguins live in oceans, seas and cold areas.

LESSON 2:

Panda: This a panda. A baby panda is called a cub. Pandas are mainly found in the cold forests of China.
Koala: Here is a koala. A baby koala is called a joey. Koalas are mainly found in the Eucalyptus forests of Australia.
Monkey: This is a monkey. A baby monkey is called an infant. Monkeys live on trees in forests.
Lion: Here is a lion. A baby lion is called a cub. Lions live in the jungle and their home is called a den.
Kangaroo: This is a kangaroo. A baby kangaroo is called a joey. Kangaroos are mainly found in the grasslands of Australia.
Zebra: Here is a zebra. A baby zebra is called a colt. Zebras are found in grasslands, woodlands, mountains, and hills.
Deer: This is a deer. A baby deer is called a fawn. Deers live in the forest.
Cheetah: This is a cheetah. A baby cheetah is called a cub. Cheetahs live in the jungle.
Bear: This is a bear. A baby bear is called a cub. Bears live in jungles and their home is called a cave.

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