Friday, May 9, 2014

Animal Defenses

 All animals have defenses that protect themselves from other animals and the weather. I have chosen to write about the red fox and turtle. A fox and a turtle can be very different and very similar, but the one thing they have in common, is their ability to protect themselves from danger.  I hope you learn a thing or two from this story.
The fox curls up into a ball when it is cold.  He has thick fur that allows him to stay warm, even on the coldest nights.  It also has giant teeth that allows him to eat hard meat. The turtle  has a strong shell that shields it from predators. It  tucks itself in when he is frightened and scared.  Some also have very long and sharp claws to dig and fight.
The turtle and the fox are alike by they both tuck themselves in for protection.  The turtle uses his shell and the fox uses his fur. A turtle is different from a fox because a turtle goes into its shell, and a fox is different because he uses his fur.
 Well that is some information about animal defenses for the turtle and red fox.Thank you for reading and I hope you learned a thing or two from my story - Destiny

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