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By:  Jessa Jordan

Dedicated to Mrs.Scott a 5th grade reading teacher at Montana Magnet School.


By: Jessa Jordan

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



6                 Chapter 1 - Where it Lives


8 Chapter 2 -  Size/Invertebrate or Vertebrate


   10                              Chapter 3 -  Eating Habits


12                              Chapter 4 - Adaptations


14                                Chapter 5 - Description


16              Chapter 6- Intresting Facts


18                     About the Author

   Table of Contents

     Galagos are native to Africa. The level of the rainforest they live in is the emergent layer.

      Chapter 1-                Where It Lives

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Chapter 2 - Size/Vertebrate or Invertebrate

     Galagos can grow up to 7 or 8 inches. It can also weigh up  to 10 ounces. Also they are a vertebrate.

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     Galgos are omnivores. They usually eat insects, moths, and caterpillars. They also eat fruit and some tree gum.

Chapter 3 - Eating Habits

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 Chapter 4 - Adaptations

Galagos like being in dry places. Their claws can grab it's prey with  their quick reactions.

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Chapter 5 - Description

Galagos have huge eyes. Their ears are pointy like a cats' , and they have whiskers. They have tiny little noses with a mouth underneath.They have claws that almost look like hands with 4 fingers.

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     Galagos are also known as bushbabies. When they are born they grow rapidly. They only live 3 or 4 years in the wild. Also galagos have a second tounge that helps them with grooming.

Chapter 6 - Intresting Facts

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     My name is Jessa Jordan, and I live in Dothan, Alabama. I am 11 years old. I go to Montana Magnet School. I like to spend time with my friends after school. Also on the weekends I like to spend time with my family.

About the Author