viernes, 22 de mayo de 2015

Unidad integrada Seres Vivos: los alumnos presentan un animal y sus características

Cristina Fleischer de 1º A ha realizado su presentación sobre la clasificación de animales que ha estudiado en Science y usand sus propias fotografias de la visita a Selvo. ¡Buen trabajo! 




Elena Martinez de 1º A ha realizado su trabajo en Prezzi sobre Panda Rojo.





Paula de Lara de 1º A ha realizado una ficha sobre los Lemures.


Lemurs are primates and prosimians (not monkeys). The word "lemur" comes from the Latin word lemures, which means "ghosts". This name refers to many of the nocturnal lemur species and their large eyes. Lemur may be any member of the four lemuriform families, but it is also the genus of one of the lemuriform species. There are two so-called flying lemurs, but they are not real lemurs.
Lemurs live only on the island of Madagascar and some smaller islands next to it, for example the Comoros. They weigh from 30g to the 10kg. Larger species have all become extinct since human groups moved to Madagascar. Usually, the smaller lemurs are active at night (nocturnal), and the larger ones are active during the day (diurnal).
Lemurs mostly eat fruit, leaves, and other plant parts. They live in family groups of 5 to 42 members which is called a troop.

Kingdom: Animal
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammal
Order: Primates

Suborder: Strepsirrhini



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