favorite land and sea animals

favorite land and sea animals

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this is about seals and deers

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  • Deer milk is very rich.
  • my favorite land animal
  • Fawns begin eating vegetation after two weeks.
  • Twins are typically reunited after three to four weeks.
  • fawn
  • Once the fawn is old enough, it eats the same food as its mother.
  • Fawns are essentially odorless to predators.
  • The average fawn has 294 to 306 spots.
  • plants, including leaves, twigs, fruits and nuts, grass, corn, alfalfa, and even lichens and other fungi.
  • The mother deer or doe may nurse her fawn three to four times a day.
  • Newborns are able to walk within hours of being born.
  • Twin fawns are separated by their mother. ...
  • They can remain submerged for up to 15 minutes.
  • my favorite sea animal
  • Baby seals are born on pack ice floating in the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. Harp seal mothers are able to identify their babies by their smell.
  • Harp seals are sometimes called saddle back seals because of the dark, saddle like marking on the back and sides of their light yellow or gray bodies of the adults.
  • These sleek swimmers cruise the chilly waters and feed on fish and crustaceans.
  • harp seal
  • Harp seal mothers are able to identify their babies by their smell.
  • conculsion
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  • these 2 places are very different but they both contain my 2 favorite aniamls.
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