A Look at Cubism by Sneed Collard

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Both male and female yaks have horns. Some yaks live in a place called Tibet, high up on the Himalaya Mountains. You can see the mountains in the picture. They are so high, that they are above the clouds. 30 Zebra “ztripes” Zebras belong to the horse family. They are wild horses with stripes. No one knows why zebras have stripes. People once thought that the stripes helped hide zebras from lions and other predators. Other people said the stripes helped keep insects away. Maybe zebras tell each other apart by their stripes.

This two-toed sloth and its baby are hanging upside down from a tree branch. Sloths sleep and eat while hanging. They sleep from 15 to 18 hours a day! They move very slowly. Sloths eat mainly tree leaves, but they also eat insects and small lizards. Sloths come down from the trees once a week to get rid of waste from their bodies. 29 Yak about yaks Yaks, cows, and buffalo belong to the same animal family. People raise yaks for their milk and meat. They also use yaks to carry loads. Both male and female yaks have horns.

Armadillo 28 Hang on slothy, hang on! This two-toed sloth and its baby are hanging upside down from a tree branch. Sloths sleep and eat while hanging. They sleep from 15 to 18 hours a day! They move very slowly. Sloths eat mainly tree leaves, but they also eat insects and small lizards. Sloths come down from the trees once a week to get rid of waste from their bodies. 29 Yak about yaks Yaks, cows, and buffalo belong to the same animal family. People raise yaks for their milk and meat. They also use yaks to carry loads.

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