Classroom Animals

Warrensburg Middle School

 

Welcome to our Life Science classroom. We hope that you will find the following information about animals that reside at our school as interesting as we do.

Click on the box below to see more about that type of animal.

Mammals

Birds

Reptiles

Other Critters

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If you are a teacher wanting more information on classroom animals or how these web pages came about, contact Trish Smith at ts@socket.net.

If you are using these pages as references for your own work, please remember that they have been compiled by seventh graders. Many of the pages have very good, factual accounts of the different animals, but should not be considered authoritative sources of information. Some limited editing has been done, but the pages retain the mark of their individual creators.


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MAMMALS

Degus

Domestic and Spiny Mice

Gerbils

African Pygmy Hedgehogs

Domestic Rats

Ashley's page
Brad's page
Sam's page
 
Domestic Cats
 
Greg's page
 

BIRDS

Button Quail

Albino Ringneck Dove

Cockatiels

Peach-faced Lovebird

Java Rice Finch

 

 REPTILES

Red Corn Snakes

Albino and Snow Corn Snakes

Great Plains Ratsnake

Sinoloan Milksnake

California King Snake

Speckled King Snake

Trans Pecos Ratsnake

Western Hognose Snake

Bull Snake

Albino Gopher Snake

Sand Boa

Rainbow Boas

Ball Python

Painted Turtle

Red-Eared Slider

Snapping Turtle

Soft Shelled Turtle

Blue Tongued Skink

Golden Skink

Great Plains Skink

Savannah Monitor

Fat-Tailed Gecko

Leopard Gecko

AMPHIBIANS

Marine Toads

Ashley's pictures

FISH

Oscar

Blind Cave Fish

Catfish

Cichlid

Pleicostamus

INVERTEBRATES

Giant Hissing Cockroaches

Tarantulas

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