By Delaney, Emily, Matthew, Max. Intro Do you want to learn about roadrunners and peacocks? We will tell you about them. Here we go!!

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By Delaney, Emily, Matthew, Max Slide 2 Intro Do you want to learn about roadrunners and peacocks? We will tell you about them. Here we go!! Slide 3 Roadrunners habitat Roadrunners live in the desert. They make their nests out of snake skin, sticks and leaves. Roadrunners build their nests on shrubs or cactus. A female roadrunner lays 5-8 eggs at a time! Slide 4 What does the roadrunner look like? The roadrunner has a dark, shaggy, head crest with tiny white spots, black eyes, a bare blue patch behind its eyes, a long dark brown bill, a tan belly, X shaped feet, long brown legs, brown and cream feathers and short rounded wings. Slide 5 Fun Facts About Roadrunners. Roadrunners eat scorpions, lizards and small snakes. A roadrunners eyes are sometimes bigger than its stomach. A roadrunner can run up to 15 miles per hour. Slide 6 Peacocks Names Nests Eggs Names Nests Eggs Slide 7 What are they called? Male peafowl are called peacocks. Female peafowl are called peahens. Baby peafowl are called peachicks. Male peafowl are called peacocks. Female peafowl are called peahens. Baby peafowl are called peachicks. Slide 8 Peafowl nests/ eggs Peafowl nests are just a hole in the ground under a shrub or bush. The average amount of eggs a peahen lays is 5-8 eggs. The color of the eggs are light blue or light brown. The peafowl take turns with the eggs while one looks for food Slide 9 The End We hope you liked the presentation and learned a lot. Thank you for listening!

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