HOW ANIMALS SURVIVE IN AFRICA
BY : LAUREN CIMORELLI
AFRICAN LEOPARD :)
Leopards are one of the most common cats in Africa, however, they are also the most reclusive and as such are difficult to spot, often blending in with their surroundings. They are nocturnal, most active at dusk and tend to hunt in the evenings and early mornings, which another reason why they are not seen often.
They can be found in most of sub-Saharan Africa. Their habitat is wide and they can be seen in semi-arid land, scrubland, Bush, savannahs, mountain lowland rainforests, riverine forest and rocky outcrops. They like to sun themselves on termite mounds or rocky outcrops.
Did u know ?
Four of the five fastest land animals live in Africa - The cheetah (70 mph), wildebeest, lion, and Thomson's gazelle (all about 50 mph).
The African elephant is the largest living land mammal. .
Elephants form deep family bonds and live in tight social units. A family is led by an older matriarch and typically includes three or four of her offspring and their young. Males tend to leave the family unit between the ages of 12 and 15 and may lead solitary adult lives.
PICS OF ANIMALS
How they get their food ?
How african lepords get their food :)
how African elephants get their food
- Wikapeidia ( african Lepords )
- Wikapeidia ( african elaphants )
- The Africa guide