SCIENCE WORD OF THE WEEK!

SCIENCE WORD OF THE WEEK!!

swow insectivore

We sure had a great time celebrating Ellie’s birthday yesterday! Thank you to everyone who donated to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust! Now on to my favorite day of the week at the University of Ellie and Edmond!

It’s time to learn our Science Word of the Week! We’re talking about insectivores today! I’m an insectivore! I eat ants, termites and other small bugs. I use my long sticky tongue to extract my favorite eats from mounds, hills and trees!

Insectivore: a mammal or plant that primarily eats insects.

Yes, plants such as the Venus flytrap is not just a carnivore-it is an insectivore!

hedgehog swow

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2 thoughts on “SCIENCE WORD OF THE WEEK!

  1. One day, I was an insectivore. I ate a butterfly!

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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