Why do animals look the way they do?
“Why Do Animals Look the Way They Look?” is a non-fiction book written and illustrated by kindergarten students at Mundo Verde Bilingual Public Charter School. At the same time, they learned about non-fiction books and worked with a professional writer to organize their research into graphic organizers.
What makes the animals similar to each other?
How are animals similar? All animals are made of many cells. Most animals can move on their own. Like all living things, animals grow, change, reproduce, and respond to their environment.
What is the longest word in the world supercalifragilisticexpialidocious?
If you watched Mary Poppins as a child, you might quickly think of supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (thirty-four letters). Mary Poppins described it as the word to use “when you have nothing to say.” It appears in some (but not all) dictionaries.
Why do animals of the same species look different?
A handful of genes (for, say, albinism, dwarfism, and similar) can result in huge visual differences in animals that are otherwise genetically identical. Individuals from a particular species are better recognising individuals from their species rather than individuals from other species.
Why do gorillas not like eye contact?
Looking directly into the eyes of a silverback gorilla shows that you are ready to challenge the gentle giant. Like shy humans, staring directly into the eyes of gorilla make them feel uncomfortable and insecure and when disrupted by your direct eye contact, they can charge aggressively at you to defend themselves.
What is the phobia of being murdered?
Foniasophobia is the fear of murderers or serial killers, or of being murdered. This fear is usually triggered after hearing news that somebody got murdered or of hearing a person on a killing spree, or more rarely encountering people who killed other people.
Why do animals avoid eye contact?
They don’t. For most animals eye contact is a sign of aggression and making eye contact is seen as a threat. This is the reason that a lot of people suggest staring at an animal if you want to scare it away (obviously a bad idea if the animal is bigger than you are).