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By:Athena Tatom

Dedicated to Mrs.Scott

By:Athena Tatom


 Published on February 6, 2017 in Mrs.Scott Reading Class

 Chapter 1        Where it lives                             page6        Chapter 2 Vertebrate orInvertebrate and Size  page 8      Chapter 3      Eating Habits                            page10          Chapter 4        Adaptations                             page12    Chapter 5        Description                               page 14    Chapter 6       Interesting Facts                      page 16         About the Author                   page 18 


Table of Contents

Chapter 1

Where It Lives


       Black panthers live in North America, Africa, and Asia. They live in the understory of the rain frorest. They climb to the canopy to hunt and lay in the sun.


      A panther is a vertebrate. A vertebrate is something or some one who has a back bone, or spine. A black panther size depends on what it eats and how much it eats.

 Chapter 2 Vertebrate or Invertebrate and Size

Chapter 3 Eating Habits

    Black panthers are carivorous. That means they only eat meat such as deer, antelope, wild boar, and rabbits. 

Chapter 4  Adaptations

      Black panthers can swim for hours. That is an adaptation because if there is another panther chasing them then they could just keep swimming.

     Black panthers look like a female lion, but with a slick black coat of fur.

Chapter 5     Description 

 Chapter 6 Interesting facts

     Did you know that a black panther is a jagur that is black by gene. The Florida panther is not a real panther. I bet you didn't know that black panthers are rare.

 About the Author

    Hi my name is Athena Tatom. I am a 5th grade student in Mrs. Scott's class at Montana Magnet School in Dothan,AL. I have 3 brothers and no sisters. I do gymnastics in my spare time, but I love to play football. I was on Montana's first handball team. If you couldn't tell I'm very athletic. I hope you enjoyed my book.       P.S. I'm 11 years old and I was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming.