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Animal Lover: eLectrified

Watched the movie "Animals United"

I found out about Michigan Animals at http//psychology.msu.edu/MichiganJamaicaExchange/michigan_animals.htm

Amphibians There are 23 species of frogs, toads, and salamanders in Michigan. Reptiles There are only two lizard species living in Michigan, but there are 18 species of snakes. There is a venomous snake found in Michigan called the Massasauga rattlesnake. Birds There are over 400 species of birds that can be found living in Michigan. Mammals There are many different mammals, including bears, wolves, and deer. The most commonly seen mammal in Michigan are squirrels! There are 23 species of frogs, toads, and salamanders in Michigan. Reptiles There are only two lizard species living in Michigan, but there are 18 species of snakes. There is a venomous snake found in Michigan called the Massasauga rattlesnake. Birds There are over 400 species of birds that can be found living in Michigan. Mammals There are many different mammals, including bears, wolves, and deer. The most commonly seen mammal in Michigan

I read Nubs

I checked out a game from the library.

It was a great game.

I played on my 3Ds ,that has animals in it.

Charlotte's Web

After reading a book I watched a movie. It was as good as a movie.

I watched the old Underdog cartoon

Which I happened to randomly find while perusing my dvds at home.

i watched a show about a dog and a cat and a mouse

it was called fetch with ruff ruffman

Pet neighbors dog

The name of the dog was Zoe.

I donated

I did math problems to help give food pnline

i went on a website called Kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals.html

it showed diferent animals pictures and things unique about them

I learned about Sloths on the internet

Sloths weigh 23 to 27 pounds.The San Diego Zoo said that sloths used to be as big as elephants.Sloths used to rome North America but they became exinct after 10,000 years.There are two categorys of sloths 2 toed and 3 toed. They live in Central and South America. They hang in trees and eat leafs.

I used a website to learn about the history of animals

I used a website to learn about the domestication of animals. I learned that some people think it benefits both humans and animals, and others think that this process harms the animals and should not be done. This was fascinating for me because I learned that domestication is used not only to make one animal comfortable being around humans, but to make a whole animal species comfortable.

Searched eBOOKS on animals

wached the movie fantastic mr. fox

I watched a movie!

I watched Mr. Popper's Penguins! It was very interesting!

watched show

CATS 101: European Shorthair

Checking out Horse & Rider on Zinio

It's my first time using Zinio (I just recently discovered Hoopla and LOVE it!) and I've always been a horse fan. I plan on checking out more issues of Horse & Rider and plenty of other horse magazines! What a great way to get some free reads for lounging on the patio!

Animals on The Go: Downloadable eAudiobooks

Take these animal stories with you anywhere you go!  Download them to your smart phone, tablet, or MP3 player with OverDrive eAudiobooks.

Pure joy [electronic resource] by Danielle Steel


Making rounds with Oscar [electronic resource]: the extraordinary gift of an ordinary cat by David Dosa


The puppy diaries [electronic resource]: [raising a dog named Scout] by Jill Abramson


A lion called Christian [electronic resource] by Anthony Bourke and John Rendall ; foreword by George Adamson


Oogy [electronic resource]: the dog only a family could love by Larry Levin


Inside of a dog [electronic resource] by Alexandra Horowitz

eBooks for Animal Lovers: Non-Fiction Edition

Looking for a good, true story about animals that you can take with you?  These downloadable eBooks are available through OverDrive.

Cat sense [electronic resource]: how the new feline science can make you a better friend to your pet by John Bradshaw


Decoding your dog [electronic resource] by American College of Veterinary Behaviorists


Dewey [electronic resource]: the small-town library cat who touched the world by Vicki Myron, with Bret Witter


Chaser [electronic resource]: unlocking the genius of the dog who knows a thousand words by John W. Pilley with Hilary Hinzmann


Decoding your dog [electronic resource] by American College of Veterinary Behaviorists