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Of animals (such as penguins) that lives closely together. Cygnets have gray feathers. Adult swans have white feathers. litter the name given conservation the flipper a flattened limb. protection of a particular area and the living things it contains. Sea lions have flippers, as do dolphins. to a group of newborn animals, such as kittens, that are born to the same mother. prey an animal that is flock a group of sheep hunted for food. or birds that lives together. pride a group of lions foal a horse that is less than one year old.

This is less likely if they get to know each other. The best way to do this is through a game of wrestling or a massage. My long legs, arms, and tail help me keep my balance. Do the locomotion Sifakas are expert at climbing trees, but aren’t so good at walking. Instead they bound along the ground. Huge strides help them cover enormous distances very quickly. 51 Let’s make snowballs Japanese macaques live high up in the snow-covered mountains and forests of Japan. They really know how to have fun in the winter!

But koalas in refuges seem to like spending lots of time with others. 56 I wish I could escape to my own tree and have some peace and quiet. In the trees Koalas spend most of their time in trees. They climb slowly through treetops to find leaves to eat and can jump from trunk to trunk. Time to move A baby koala is called a joey. It spends its first six months inside its mother’s pouch. Then it clings to her back for the next six months as she moves around the trees. 57 Ready, set, go! Penguins, such as these Adélies, live in large colonies.

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