FC: Lions' Sharks, Annelids and Paramecium. Oh my! By: April Ormand
2: Annelids Earthworms | They are related to leeches. They eat dead and decomposing leaves. They live in the soil. The bird, ant, mole and rat. For protection they tunnel deeper into the soil.
3: On one acre of land there can be one million worms. 2,700 different types of earth worm. They are used as fish bait.
4: Paramecium P. caudatum
5: They are related to P. aurelia They can move reproduce and digest food. For protection they tunnel deeper into the soil. They have a predator-prey relationship with Didinium. | Fact The paramecium swims by beating the cilia
6: Great White Shark C. carcharias
7: Great Whites eat fish, rays and other sharks. They have 3,000 teeth at any one time. They live around the temperate shore lines. They can give birth to 2-14 pups at one time. THey use their nostrils as sensors not for breathing.
8: White Lion Panthera Species
9: They are relatives of the Bengal tiger. They are not albino. The carry the gene for white fur. The have teeth and huge paws to help protect them. The have live birth