By Sally Morgan

Reviewed by Mason R.



My book Mammals is about animals that live in the wild and their habitat. For example the cheetahs canít take down their prey unless they are in packs. They have to use their tale to keep there balance. Cheetahs canít see right next to them, they can only see strait ahead to see their prey. The cheetah is the fastest land animal and it can run about 62 miles per hour. And thereís much more about the cheetah in this book.


Another fascinating animal is one of my favorites, the Tiger. Cubs have to stay with their mother until they are two years old. Then they are strong enough to live by themselves. When cubs are born they are blind and weigh only two pounds. There are about only 7,000 Tigers in the wild left. Bengal Tigers are found in Indian forests and swamps, weigh up to 570 pounds and there are up to 4,700 left in the wild. Sumatran tigers are the smallest of all Tigers, found in forests of Sumatra, Indonesia; fewer than 500 in the wild. The Indochinese Tiger is found in Southeast Asia; up to 1,500 left in the wild. The Siberian, the biggest Tiger of all, weighing up to 770 pounds; no more than 400 left in the wild and 500 in zoos.


You can read about more animals like the Gorilla and the Koala, and much more. I really like this book a lot! †††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††