A) Describing an African Wild Cat:( http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/mammals/cats/wildcat/Wildcatprintout.shtml)
1. Definition: small, fierce cats.
2. Natural habitat: forest, grassland, brush lands in Africa and the Middle East.
3. Physical characteristics:
A. Color: striped coat a ranges from gray yellowish, to light tan with a white throat and underbelly.B. Weight: 10 to 25 pounds.C. Average life span: 12 to 15 years.D. Length: 20 to 30 inches.
4. Activity: they are generally nocturnal in warm weather but are diurnal during very cold weather.
5. Diet: They are carnivores, eat small to medium- sized mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs, invertebrates and eggs.
An African Wild Cat
African wild cats are small, fierce cats with striped coats that range from yellowish gray to light tan, in color, with throats and underbelly. They are 20 to 30 inches long and 10 to 25 pounds in weight. Their average life span is from 12 to 15 years. African wild cats live in forests, grasslands, and brush lands in Africa and the Middle East. They are carnivores, which eat small to medium- sized mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs, invertebrates and eggs. Finally, African wild cats are generally nocturnal in warm weather but they are diurnal during very cold weather.
B) Describing Frogs: ( http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/amphibians/Frogprintout.shtml )
5. Diet: insects, small fish and worms.
Frogs are amphibians that have long, powerful jumping legs a very short backbone and most of them have teeth. They spend their lives near water. Frogs eggs are laid in the water. When they hatch into tadpoles, they breathe with gills and swim using a tail. As they mature, they lose their tails, and they develop lungs for breathing air. In harsh climates, frogs bury themselves in sand and mud and hibernate through the cold winter. Finally, they eat insects, small fish and worms.