Year 4 Trip To The Zoo!!

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In year 4 we went on a trip to Dudley zoo! It was lots of fun because we had an ice cream at the end and we all saw lots of different animals, and some animals we hadnโ€™t seen before. We saw monkeys, chimpanzee, lots of types of birds, a crocodile, and lots of reptiles such as snakes, turtles and spiders (tarantulas).We also saw otters and meerkats as well as camels, giraffes, bears and baboons. My favourite animal was the lions.
By Ismaeel

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  1. 1

    kamal said,

    I loved going to dudley zoo my favorite animal was the yellow rock bymeez python

  2. 4

    shawon said,

    I agree with you again because the peacocks were trying to go under our table.

    • 5

      PAIGE! said,

      They weren`t that bad they where amazing to look at I really liked the peacock with the flawless, radiant blue feathers the meerkats where funny!!!

  3. 6

    aiza said,

    I really loved going to dudley zoo my favarate animal was the beautiful peacock it was so pretty i loved it alot but they were trying to get our lunch it was so funny ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. 8

    sabina said,

    I love the photas the whear amazing and i love the griffse one was a 11 and the ather wheir 7 and 2 .

  5. 9

    sabina said,

    I found lots of informason and and i love the animals

  6. 11

    sabina said,

    africans animals
    The Africander were brought to present-day South Africa by the Khoi-Khoi people
    during the first century A.D. Their breeding area is throughout South Africa, the main ones being Northeast Cape, Orange Free State, Transvaal and West Natal. The Hottentots owned sanga type cattle, in huge herds, when Dutch established the Cape Colony in 1652. The oxen drew the wagons, which carried Boer farmers and families on the Great Trek of 1835-1836 from the Cape of Good Hope to the Orange Free State, Natal and the Transvaal to escape British rule. The breed was developed from Hottentot cattle in Cape Province and has now become South Africa’s most popular indigenous breed (Maule 1990). It has been exported to several countries in southern Africa, including Namibia, Botswana, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, and Southern parts of D.R. Congo, Australia and USA (Rege and Tawah 1999).

    africans food

    The “Afrikaner kitchen” to a large extend stems from the original Dutch cuisine in the Cape, with contributions from the French and German immigrant communities and a large dose of Cape Malay cooking, tempered by decades of “trekking” (moving).

    In those days the ox-wagon was the only means of transport. There was no space to take along provisions on long journeys. Flour, salt, sugar, coffee and tea made up most of the basics. Meat had to be hunted along the way.

    Afrikaans is a Low Franconian West Germanic language descended from Dutch and spoken mainly in South Africa and Namibia. There are also speakers of Afrikaans in Australia, Belgium, Botswana, Canada, Germany, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the UK, the USA, Zambia and Zimbabwe. About 10 million people speak Afrikaans as a first or second language, and several million other have a basic knowledge of the language.:):)

  7. 14

    sabina said,

    i love when we went to dudley zoo it was cool and amazing and i wirk withe mya

  8. 15

    sabina said,

    i love it was phenominol and amazing

  9. 17

    cool kyle said,

    shawon they did go under the tabel but the pecocks were funny

  10. 20

    darshana said,

    I’ve learnt that a tigers roar could be heard from 6 miles

    • 21

      Zara said,

      Yeah darshana we found a lot of infomation i didun’t now that a lions rar can be heard 6 miles away. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ˜ฆ ;( 8)

  11. 22

    emiliana :) said,

    it was verry fun going to dudly zoo my favroite animal was the monkeys ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. 23

    jada said,

    the dudle zoo sounds exiting & all the animals


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