hello kids!! We came with another wonderful video by I’m a kid. Do you love water? I know, you do! So do some animals. So today, let me show you some amazing water-loving animal friends. Some of them spend their whole day in the water. Maybe in lakes, ponds, streams or anywhere, they see water. Ever wonder what business they do in water? For now, I can just say, that’s how nature gifted them with their habitat. We’ll soon see some interesting facts about those water-loving animal friends. You can find more friends if you visit Hello Kids, Let’s meet our new friends from the water
“Freshwater animal species are disappearing faster than land or sea animals”
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Let’s go ahead and enjoy amazing water-loving animal friends!!
Wow, kids, see that white, fluffy feathered bird swimming over there. Oh… it’s called a swan. Seems like she is having a bath at the moment. They are pretty good swimmers. They live in water as well as on land. Swans feed on aquatic plants, seaweeds and sometimes on small insects too.
Did you see those big cats enjoying their cool water bath? Those are not cats actually but are known as Tigers. But, kids, be careful, because they are not innocent as we see on TV or Zoo. By the way aren’t they beautiful? See they have black strips on their orange fur coat. However, they are now endangered, meaning that there aren’t many tigers left in the world now.
“Tiger is the biggest species of the cat family.”
Here come the giant buddies. That is a heard of Elephants. They are land animals, but, never forget water filled lakes and rivers. These giants love splashing water from their trunks and to lie in water for hours. How cute, even the baby elephants are fearless in water.
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Have you heard about Komodo dragon? He is the largest and heaviest living species of lizard family. His tongue is similar to that of a snake. Looks like he is searching for a hunt, I guess. Be careful kids, he has a venomous bite! Their lifespan is about 30 years and is now restricted to few Indonesian islands.
This beautiful white bird is called a stork. Ever wonder what this guy is looking for? He is waiting for a pray to popup from the waters. Because he loves eating frogs, insects, and fish. Oh, hey, they don’t go alone, but as a flock of them. These birds are more common in the view of paddy fields. One other interesting fact is, though they walk on mud and water, their white feathers never get dirty at all.
I hope you got to know some new animal friends who love water. Next time when you see them in nature, just remind this I’m a kid video down here.