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Little Rock Zoo Patch Worksheet

Your Name_____________________________________________
More than 700 animals live at the Zoo. To get your zoo patch, you must answer all these questions and help the Zoo by picking up any litter that you might see on your tour.

Find…..
1. An animal with a long neck _________________________________________
2. An animal with stripes _____________________________________________
3. An animal with 2 horns ____________________________________________
4. An animal that climbs _____________________________________________
5. An animal with a long nose _________________________________________
6. A tall plant _____________________________________________________
7. An animal from Australia ___________________________________________
8. A mammal _____________________________________________________
9. A mammal that is black and hairy ____________________________________
10. A zoo rule ____________________________________________________
11. A snake from Africa _____________________________________________
12. An animal with a strong smell _______________________________________
13. A reptile that is not a snake ________________________________________
14. An orange animal _______________________________________________
15. An amphibian __________________________________________________
16. An all white animal ______________________________________________
17. A bear with long claws ___________________________________________
18. An invertebrate _________________________________________________
19. A small monkey ________________________________________________
20. A vanishing animal ______________________________________________

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