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Who Am I
A In many people's eyes, we are the smallest in the bear family.
Wrong. We are not bears.
We have beautiful gray hair but no tails.
We are good at climbing trees and eat leaves for food.
B What animal comes to mind when you think of Thanksgiving Day?
The answer is us.
We come from North America, and we are on the list of the largest birds there.
C Although we are slower than our cousins, horses,
we look much more special because of our black and white colors.
We have excellent sight.
We feed on grass and live in groups.
D We have long thin bodies but no legs.
To many people, we are the scariest animals in the world,
but we usually don't hurt people.
In fact, we sometimes help people by eating rats.
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1791 Folder Collection
Amy.Lin published on January 18, 2017
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