Amazing Animals and Reptiles in the Zoo | I’m a kid

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Hey, Kids, welcome to another exciting episode of I’m a kid. Today we’re going to some amazing animals and reptiles from all over the world.Hmm, Reptiles ?? who are they?? kids the animals who crawl when moving are called the  “Reptiles”. most of the time they don’t have legs. Oh…, poor reptiles isn’t it sad kids? Are you ready for another fun time going out? Are you excited to know who we are visiting today? Follow me!We will check out some amazing animals today. Last time we had fun, today would be better. Okay, come on let’s go. To learn more about animals visit Kids are going to watch Animals- Kids Animal learning video 

fun facts about amazing animals and reptiles
frog

” Did you know kids the frogs are also Reptiles “

To learn more about reptiles click here


Let’s take a look at the animals from all around the world !!

Look, kids, that’s a Lion. One of the big cats. Oh, he waves hi. Hello. Lions live with a group of other lions called a pride. These are young lions. Hey, where are you going? We can also see a lioness–that is what a female lion is called. That’s a cute one.

amazing animals and reptiles

Kids, that’s a tiger! But wait, it’s not orange, like the other ones. That’s right, it’s a white tiger, and they are very few in the world. She sure loves water, unlike me! Look at her famous gentle walk.

white tiger
white tiger

From the amazing animals and reptiles see that spotted cat cleaning himself? That’s a leopard. Leopards are also one of the big cats. Did you know that they are really good climbers? A leopard can leap unto a tree, and even take his food way up there. Incredible! I’m not sure he’s seen us– hey, look this way! Oh, well, next time. Kids, do you see why leopards are called big cats now?

amazing animals and reptiles - lepord
lepord

Hey kids, what’s that black stuff over there? I think it’s moving. Its..it’s..you guessed it, a black bear! Shh, I think he’s digging for something. Bears are amazing hunters, I think he’s digging for roots. There’s another one. Oh, he’s still digging. Kids, do you see those long claws? Bears use their claws for digging and opening nuts. Bears love to fish. That one’s resting and our friend is still…digging.

black bear
black bear

Now let’s look at some reptiles !!

That looks like..oh..a dwarf crocodile! The dwarf crocodile is the smallest species of crocodiles. Come along and you’ll see.

dwarf crocodile
dwarf crocodile

See? There’s another crocodile. It is way bigger than the one we saw just now. This crocodile, known as the Cuban crocodile, is very big and fast. Crocodiles have strong jaws that they use to tear their food. Look at that strong tail, crocodiles have very strong tails which help them swim faster and farther.

Cuban crocodile
Cuban crocodile

Look at that brown snake. It’s known as a python. Pythons are very strong snakes. Did you know that pythons kill their preys by crushing them? They wrap their body around the prey and constrict them. This means that they tighten and tighten and tighten their hold until the prey dies. Scary.

python
python

 

Kids this is another special snake from the today’s video amazing animals and reptiles, look at this snake! That is one big snake. This snake is called an anaconda. Did you know that anacondas are nonvenomous snakes? This means that they do not have toxic venoms. Anacondas can also swim and they live in swamps. Look at it, quiet and rest. Mind you, kids, he sees us and can strike if disturbed. A grown anaconda can swallow a mid-sized crocodile, that’s amazing.

Anaconda
Anaconda

Did you know the famous character from “Rango” movie is also a reptile 

rango character from the movie
rango character from the movie

To watch “RANGO” movie click here


Look at this, it’s a cobra. Cobras are very dangerous snakes, and they are venomous. King cobras are large, fast hunters. They feed on other snakes, that’s why they are the king. He’s all curled up, looking at us. HI…

cobra
cobra

Finally, kids, these are Guanacos. They almost look like llamas and camels, don’t they? They are herbivores and can store water for a very long time. Unlike me, I drink water a lot. Guanacos can live in dry climates and environments for long without getting thirsty.

Guanacos

So, kids, this was interesting, wasn’t it?
We learned about the big cats and reptiles. I hope to see you next time.

 

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