Science:

Dragons

Q1. What is the name of the animal?

A1. The name of the animal is a dragon.

Q2. What do the dragons eat and what eats it?

A2. The dragons eat insects such as grasshoppers. Large birds such as Kites eat the Dragon.

Q3. How do the dragons camouflage?

A3. Some dragons are brown, and can sit in a tree. Others are green and can hide on leaves.

Q4. How do they protect themselves from predators?

A4. They can flare their skin around to scare an enemy.

Q5. Where does the dragon live?

A5. The Dragon can be found in the desert, such as the Australian desert, and it also lives in rainforests.

Q6. Is the Dragon a carnivore, an herbivore, of an omnivore? How do you know?

A6. The Dragon is a carnivore because it eats insects.

Q7. Is the Dragon a mammal, a reptile, or a bird? How do you know?

A7. The Dragon is a reptile because it has scales, it is cold-blooded, and it lays eggs.

Q8. What do you think is interesting about the dragon?

A8. Some dragons can glide. Dragons glide by spreading their flaps of skin that connect under their arms. They’re able to glide from tree to tree to escape danger like forest fires. That is what I think is interesting about the dragon.