Rowan Class reply to questions from Kafuro children

Greetings to our friends in Kafuro. We enjoyed reading your last post and we have collated our answers to your questions. They are displayed below. We look forward to hearing your own answers on Tuesday.

Which animals do you always see in the park?

QECP: Deer, squirrels, foxes, rabbits, ducks, badgers, hedgehogs.

QENP: Elephants, lions, kob, hippos

 

Which animals visit you from the park?

QECP: Deer, squirrels, foxes, rabbits,

QENP: Elephants, hippos

 

Among the animals you have mentioned, which one do you like to see most and why?

QECP: Deer because they are shy animals and you don’t see them very often.

QENP: Elephants because they are so big and majestic.
Which animals do you not care to see and why?

QECP: Deer because they are shy animals and you don’t see them very often.

QENP: Elephants because they are so big and majestic.
Which animals should be removed from the park?

QECP: Most children said none of them because they are all important. A few children said rabbits and squirrels because you see them all the time.

QENP: Lions and snakes because they are dangerous killers.
Name the wild animals that live in water

QECP: Frogs, tadpoles and newts

QENP: Crocodiles and fish

 

What problems do hunters face?

Both parks: (This was Mr Stanley’s favourite answer) They have to get past the rangers!
What should the park authority do to the hunters?

Both parks: Ban them from the parks and if they kill animals they should go to prison.

 

How can we together prevent hunting?

Both parks: Get more rangers to guard and protect the animals. Use poster campaigns and educate people to stop poaching.

 

Which animal in the park is the best in cooperation?

QECP: Birds work together to build nests

QENP: Elephants work together to protect their young.

 

What do you learn from the cooperation of the animal named above?

We have learned that by working together we achieve more.

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