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Biomes - Habitats
Biomes Calendar
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Arctic Desert Chaparral or Scrub Taiga = Coniferous Forests Grassland Tropical Rainforest Pond Ocean
Antarctic Tundra Cave City Temperate Deciduous Forest Savanna Prairie Freshwater Marsh Swamp Intertidal Zone Coral Reef Sunlit (Euphotic) Zone Twilight (Disphotic) Zone

Swamp Animal Printouts

Swamps are warm, wet areas that are teeming with both animal and plant life; the water-logged land in swamps is often heavily forested, with trees like cypress and tupelo. Some animals live in the low-oxygen water (some fish, crayfish, shrimp, tadpoles, insect larvae, etc.), some animals live at the surface of the water (like alligators, caiman, nutria, etc.), some animals live above the water (like birds, insects, frogs, etc.), and other animals live in the spongy areas of land surrounding the swamp (like raccoons, deer, earthworms, etc.).

Printouts of Swamp Life:


Alligator

Alligators are large, meat-eating reptiles. Go to a simple version (unlabeled and with no information).


American Crocodile

The American crocodile is a rare, meat-eating reptile with a long, tapered snout.

Anaconda

The anaconda is the biggest snake in the world; it is from South American swamps.

Anaconda Read-and-Answer Quiz

Take a quiz on this constricting snake or go to the answers.


Bald Eagle

The bald eagle is a large bird of prey. It is the symbol of the USA and is found in many biomes.


Beaver

The beaver is a large rodent that builds dams and dens.


Black Bear

A large, black to brown bear.


Bobcat

A fierce, short-tailed wild cat from North America.


Caiman

The caiman is a meat-eating reptile from South and Central America.

Capybara

The capybara is the biggest rodent in the world; it lives in South America.


Common Egret

The common egret (also called the great egret) is a large wading bird.


Copepod

Copepods are tiny crustaceans from fresh and salt water.


Cougar

A long-tailed wild cat with no spots. It is also known as the puma, panther, mountain lion, and catamont.
Nutria

Coypu

Coypus (also called nutrias) are semi-aquatic rodents that are originally from South America.


Crane

Large wading birds with long legs and a long neck.


Crayfish

Freshwater crustaceans with four pairs of walking legs.


Downy Woodpecker

A small black-and-white woodpecker from North America.


Dragonfly

The dragonfly is a flying insect with a long abdomen.


Earthworm

An earthworm is a little animal with a long, soft body and no legs.


Fish

Fish live in the water and breathe with gills.


Flamingo

The flamingo is a pink bird that eats shrimp.


Fly

The common house fly is a small, flying insect.


Frog

Tadpoles grow up to be frogs.


Great Blue Heron

A large wading bird with distinctive plumage and a long, sharp bill.


Great Egret

The great egret, also known as the common egret, is a large wading bird.


Mosquito

A small flying insect that is a carrier of disease.


Muskrat

Muskrats are rodents that often build dome-shaped houses.


Newt

Newts are small, brightly-colored salamanders.
Nutria

Nutria

Nutrias (also called coypus) are semi-aquatic rodents that are originally from South America.


Pond Skater or Water Strider

A bug that walks on water.


Raccoon

The raccoon is a mammal with mask-like markings on its face and a ringed tail.


Red-Tailed Hawk

The Red-Tailed Hawk is a bird of prey, a raptor from North America.


Red Wolf

Red wolves are endangered carnivores from the eastern USA.


River Otter

River otters are streamlined, aquatic mammals from North America.


Scorpion

A venomous arachnid with a large stinger on its tail.


Shrimp

Shrimp are small, bottom-dwelling crustaceans with a translucent exoskeleton.


Snail

A soft-bodied animal with a hard, protective shell.


Snapping Turtle

A turtle with strong jaws and a long tail.


Spectacled Caiman

The Spectacled Caiman is a common meat-eating reptile from fresh water habitats in South and Central America.


Spider

Spiders have eight legs.


Swamp Animals

Swamps are biomes teeming with life.


Toad

Toads are amphibians with poison glands; they usually have bumpy skin.


White-Tailed Deer

The White-Tailed Deer is a shy, fast-moving plant-eater.

Zooplankton

Zooplankton are tiny animals that float in the seas and other bodies of water.

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Biomes - Habitats
Arctic Desert Chaparral or Scrub Taiga = Coniferous Forests Grassland Tropical Rainforest Pond Ocean
Antarctic Tundra Cave City Temperate Deciduous Forest Savanna Prairie Freshwater Marsh Swamp Intertidal Zone Coral Reef Sunlit (Euphotic) Zone Twilight (Disphotic) Zone


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