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Jungle Animals in the Amazon Rainforest

We went to the Amazon Rainforest in Per├║ and I wrote a poem about the animals.

The macaws shriek like an important burglar alarm as they steal your food
The caiman sunbathe like a fungi covered log as they try to get their blood warm
The tarantula looks like hairy legs as it crawls over
The jaguar looks like a spotty shadow as it stalks and hides
The howler monkey howls like icy wind
The parakeets sound like walkie talkie as they chatter
The capybaras are the kings of the grass eaters as they shuffle around
The crickets chirp like sweets sticking to each other as they fly around
The titi monkeys smell like damp loos as they climb and chatter along the way
The mosquitoes look like they have an invisibility cloak as they bite you and they might even kill you!!

Posted by tallulahtravels 21:08 Archived in Peru

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What a great poem. Mummy said how great it is too. We both like the line about the jaguar.

by Cherry

What a fantastic poem! I especially liked the line about the mosquitos in their invisibility cloaks because it's so true. In the UK last night, my son got bitten 4 times on his face! Ouch! We then got onto talking about why they were called bites when mosquitos don't have teeth!

by Sarah

Thank you very much Sarah.One coincidence about invisibility cloak we're reading Harry potter up to 1 2 3 years in the school.

by tallulahtravels

Thank you very much Cherry and Emma for the comment about the Jaguar.

by tallulahtravels

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