Troop On-line Activity #8 - Animal Tracks Part 2
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
Jake: Last night, I had a terrible dream that I ate a giant marshmallow.
Doug: Why is that so terrible?
Jake: When I woke up, my pillow was missing.
Saying (to think about)
"They’re funny things, accidents. You never have them till you’re having them."
Here are examples of the tracks of five animals.
For more information about identifying animals tracks you can go here: https://blog.nwf.org/2014/12/who-goes-there-identifying-animal-tracks-in-your-backyard/
Animal Tracks Part 1 Identification Quiz
Warning: Do not compare size to identify the tracks. To make sure the pictures are clear they are not to scale with each other. This means a bear track could be smaller then a beaver track.
1) Check the box next to name of the animal who made the tracks in the picture.
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2) Check the box next to name of the animal who made the tracks in the picture.
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3) Check the box next to name of the animal who made the tracks in the picture.
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4) Check the box next to name of the animal who made the tracks in the picture.
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5) Check the box next to name of the animal who made the tracks in the picture.
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6) Check the box next to name of the animal who made the tracks in the picture.
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7) Check the box next to name of the animal who made the tracks in the picture.
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8) Check the box next to name of the animal who made the tracks in the picture.
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