Critically endangered, the prehistoric-looking American crocodile struggles to survive in pockets of shrinking habitat. The American crocodile is considered an endangered species in nearly all parts of America.
The American crocodile grows faster than the American alligator and does not mind salt water. The American crocodile lives in southern Florida. The word crocodile comes from the Greek name krokodilos.
Hi everybody and welcome back. Over the holidays we had visitors to our blog from so many new countries. Have a look at the map to see them all. There were visitors from the USA, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Spain, New Zealand and of course the UK.
Did you go away over the holidays and what was the most exciting thing you did? I didn’t go away anywhere but I did loads of exciting things!
I promised Jess I’d put a photo up on the blog of our new classroom, so here it is! Massive thanks to Darren who did a spectacular job getting it ready!
How did the dance show go? I hope you enjoy the Easter assembly. See you soon!
Silhouettes being painted by Lambie
Lambie Class are getting ready for Sports Relief and have made a ‘Start / Finish’ sign for the Mile Run. What are you doing for Sports Relief and can anyone remind us what it’s all about?
I wonder if the BBC NEWS School Report Live team will be covering it?