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 Leopards 
Place

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Braylen Clements

                  Dedicated this book to my grandparents. My couzins, my brothers, and my mom and dad.

               Leopards Place

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By:Braylen Clements

 

Published February 6, 2017 Mrs. Scott's 5th

 

Grade Reading Class

    

   1.  Where Does it Live?    Page 6

 

   2.  Size , Invertebrate or Vertebrate     Page 8

   

   3.  Eating Habits                Page 10

 

   4.  Adaptions                      Page 12

 

   5.  Description                    Page 14

 

   6.  Interesting Facts          Page 16

 

         About the Author         Page 18

Table of Contents

         

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

     Leopards live in Africa and Asia in the rainforest.

 

In those rainforest they live on the forest floor.

Chapter 1 Where Does it Live?

Capter 2 Size, Invertebrate or Vertebrate

 

  Leopards are vertebrates. They are 28 inches

 

long weighing 62 to 150 pounds.

     Chapter 3 Eating Habits

 

    Leopards eat birds, small mammals, rodents,

 

warthogs,antelope, deer, monkeys, baboons, fish,

 

reptiles, and even carrion

 

 

     Leopards have spots called rossetes, that help

 

camoflauge them in dappled light.   

     Chapter 4 Adaptions 

   

     Leopards have golden tan fur with orangish

 

brown eyes, or hazul blue eyes.

Chapter 5 Description

   

 

   Leopards can run over 36 miles per hour. They

 

can leap over 20 feet and jump over 10. They are

 

nocturnal animals meaning they they are active at

 

night asleep at day.

Chapter 6 Interesting Facts

 

     Braylen Clements is a loving of cats person. He

 

got interested in all cats after reading the Warriors

 

series. He is an active young boy who loves being

 

inside or outside. He is 11 years old, goes to

 

Montana Magnet School. He wrote this book

 

because he learned about the rainforest and the

 

creatures that live in it in Mrs. Scott's Reading Class

About the Author