Dedicated To: Granny Goat, an insperational great - auntie
Published on February 6, 2017 in Mrs. Scott's Reading Class
Chapter 1 -Where It Lives
A galago (also known as bush-baby) lives in Southern Africa. Galagos live in the canopy of the rainforest. They also can live in woodlands and bushlands in sub-Saharan Africa. Galagos do not inhabit in areas above 1,600 feet most of the times. Most often, the would live in tree hollows. Sometimes they live in man-made beehives.
Chapter 2: Vertebrate or Invertebrate? Size?
A galago is 10 to 16 inches in length, when it is fully grown. It can be 2 to 4.5 pounds in weight. A galago's tail is 9 to 13 inches long. Invertebrate or vertebrate? A galago is vertebrate. So, it does have a backbone.
Chapter 6: Interesting Fact
Galagos have large ears with 4 ridges! They can fold when needed to, and makes it where a galago can detect anything cominging from ALL directions! Galagos also have a double tounge! Lastly, their teeth look like a comb.