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MOTHER
LONGER
GROOMING
QUICKLY
REDDISH
MYSTERY
EYESIGHT
LEAVES
SECONDS
TEARLINES
ACCELERATION
CAMOUFLAGE
FASTEST
CANNOT
BARKING
AFRICA
GIRAFFE
ACTIVE
BLACK
ALONE
DAY
SMALLEST
SPEED
RAINFORESTS
PATTERN
FINGERPRINTS

CHEETAHS, OKAPIS AND ZEBRAS, OH MY! Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The cheetah is known for being the ________ animal on the globe FASTEST
The top _____ of a cheetah is around 113 km per hour. SPEED
A cheetah’s body is designed for fast ______________. ACCELERATION
. In just a few _________, cheetahs can go from 0 to 113 km. This ability is excellent for hunting prey. seconds
While cheetahs may be fast, they can get tired very ________. quickly
Cheetahs are a member of the big cat family, but they are actually the ___________members. smallest
Many people recognize the cheetah by its ______ and more streamlined body style. longer
. A cheetah can also be recognized by looking for long black lines that are found in the inside of each eye and run down to the mouth. These are referred to as _____ _____. tear lines
Cheetahs do not have the ability to roar, although they can purr loudly, especially when they are near other cheetahs or ______________. grooming
Many of the big cats hunt at night, but the cheetah is a ___ hunter. day
The cheetah’s ________ is so keen that it can see potential prey that is as far as 5 km. eyesight
Some of the big cats can climb trees, however the cheetah _______. cannot
The okapi has a ________ brown body, a whitish gray face, and white and black stripes on its legs. reddish
Okapis live in the ___________ of central Africa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo rainforests
Okapis are mostly _______ during the day. active
Okapis eat mostly _______ and buds from trees, but also grass, ferns, fruit, and fungi. leaves
Okapis usually live _______. alone
After 420 to 450 days of pregnancy the _________ gives birth to one baby okapi, which drinks milk for up to 6 months. mother
The okapi was unknown and a __________ to western researchers for a long time. mystery
The okapi was unknown and a mystery to western researchers for a long time. In the past, scientists thought that the okapi was a mix between the ________ and the zebra. giraffe
There are a number of species of zebras and each one has a unique striping ________. pattern
A zebra’s skin is actually _______ under the white ‘coat’ black
Scientists feel that the striping of the zebra acts as a __________, making it difficult to pick one animal out when they are all standing together. camouflage
No two zebras will have the same stripes. They are as unique as human ______________. fingerprints
Zebras communicate with each other in many ways: facial expressions that can include teeth that are bared or wide opened eyes as well as vocal ________ and braying. barking
Each type of zebra has a preferred area of ______ to live in. africa

AFRICA FACTS Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Country with highest point Tanzania
Most populated country Nigeria
Largest Lake Victoria
Longest river in the world Nile
Largest land animal Elephant
"The Dark Continent" Africa
Black & white striped member of the equine family Zebra
Highest mountain Kilimanjaro
"The Cape of Good ____" Hope
a/k/a Maasiland Serengeti
Largest country Algeria
Lake, lowest point in Africa Assal
Smallest country Seychelles
Fastest land animal Cheetah
Most dangergous Hippopotamus
Dangerous snake, "Puff _____" Adder
Overland journey Safari
Country that provides 20% of the world's diamonds Botswana
World's oldest desert Namib
Tallest animal on earth Giraffe
"Crossword" in Kiswahili Chemshebongo
Largest Primate Gorilla
Mosquito-borne disease Malaria
Largest desert in the world Sahara
"King of the Beasts" Lion

animal kingdom Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Early Bluebird
Green Jungle Fowl
hoopoe
komodo dragon
Hooded Pitta
Plumheaded Parakeet
mandarin duck
Pheasant Pigeon
siamang
spice finch
wompoo fruit dove
guineafowl
wallaby
sloth
gazelle
africa
antelope
bear
beast
cheetah
common boa
crocodile
dolphin
elephant
giraffe
gorilla
hippopotamus
joey
kangaroo
kingdom
lion
lizard
macaw
monkey
naked mole rat
ostrich
parrot
penguin
python
rhinoceros
safari
tiger
warthog
wildebeest
zebra

African Animals Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

zebra
rhinocerous
ostrich
lion
gorilla
giraffe
elephant
continet
chimpanzee
cheetah
animals
Africa

Fingerprints Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The study of fingerprints for identification purposes dactylography
The raised portion of the fingerprint that shows up black on the print Ridge
the lower portion of the fingerprint that shows up white on a print valley
the upper portion of the skin epidermis
The part of the skin that grows faster and creates fingerprings Basal
The types of glands you have in your fingers that helps to leave a print sweat
The fingerprint pattern that starts on one side and ends on the opposite side Arch
The fingerprint pattern that starts on one side and ends on that same side Loop
The fingerprint pattern that is a series of circles Whorl
The unique ridge patterns of a fingerprint minutaie
A fork in the fingerprint ridge pattern Bifurcation
a triple fork in the fingerprint ridge pattern Trifurcation
The center of the fingerprint where the ridge patterns starts Core
Visible fingerprints Patent
Visible fingerprints left in a soft material Plastic
Fingerprints caused by the transfer of oils and other body secretions latent

Guess My Ride Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

animals
antelope
baobob trees
bongo
cheetah
crocodile
east africa
eland
elephant
flamingo
gazelle
Giraffes
harambe
hidden mickey
Hippos
kilimanjaro
Lions
mandrill
Okapi
ostrich
photos
reserve
rhino
Safari
savanna
serengeti
termite mounds
warthog
watering hole
watusi
wildebeast
wildlife
zebra

Safari Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ORYX
GAZELLE
WILDEBEEST
PANTHER
FLAMINGO
TORTOISE
HYENA
ALLIGATOR
OKAPI
RHINOCEROS
BISON
GORILLA
ELEPHANT
OSTRICH
HIPPOPOTAMUS
WARTHOG
MEERKAT
CHEETAH
ZEBRA
JAGUAR
LEOPARD
GIRAFFE
TIGER
SNAKE
LION

Fingerprint Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A finger pattern in which the ridge pattern originates from one side of the print and leaves from the other side Arch
A fingerprint pattern that resembles a bull's eye Whorl
center of a loop or whorl Core
A triangular ridge pattern with ridges that go in different directions above and below a triangle Delta
A impression left on any surface that consists of pattern made by ridges on a finger Fingerprint
A point in a finger image where two ridges meet Bifurcation
Division into three branches or parts;A blood vessel or teeth that have three roots Trifurcation
A part of the fingerprint where two ridges are connected by one ridge Bridge
a ridge line that suddenly stops Ridge ending
A chemical reagent used to develop latent fingerprints on porous materials by reacting with amino acids in perspiration Ninhydrin
The small,precise, or trivial details of something Minutiae
Two-Dimensional impressions that are already visible Patent Fingerprints
A form used to record and preserve a person`s fingerprint Ten card
A fingerprint pattern in which the ridge pattern flows inward and returns in the direction of the orgin Loop
a hidden fingerprint made visible through the use of powders or other techniques Latent Fingerprint
The recognizable pattern of the ridges found in the end joints of fingers that form lines on the surface of objects in a fingerprint;Arches,Loop and Whorls Ridge Pattern
the scientific study of the measurements and proportions of the human body Anthropometry
a three dimensional fingerprint made in soft material such as clay,or putty Plastic Fingerprint
An impression left behind by a hand Handprint
to leave a stamp or impress on a surface Imprint

Endangered species Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Type of grassland habits where many Large animals live Savannah
Large animal weighing over 3 tonne that has a hairy horn on its nose Rhinoceros
The tallest land animal Giraffe
A mammal that lives in water and on land Hippopotamus
A striped horse Like mammal Zebra
A type of monkey that lives in the trees that boarder savanna grasslands Vervet
A small animal lives in family groups sleeping underground dens Meerkat
A member of the cat family that can outrun a car Cheetah
A member of the cat family that is at the top of the food chain so it is not hunted its self Lion
A continent where many Savannah grasslands are found Africa
The animals response for most of the destruction of habitats Humans
An animal that is hunted by other animals Prey

safari animals Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

aardvark
Aardwolf
African Elephant
Antelopes
Baboon
Badger
Bald Eagle
Baleen Whale
Banded Mongoose
Bandicoot
Barasingha Deer
Barbet
Barking gecko
Bats
Bear
Beaver
Bee Eater
Bengal vulture
Bison
Black Swan
Blackbird
Blue waxbill
Boa
Boar
Bobcat
Bohor
Bonobo
Brazillian Otter
Brocket
Buffalo
Bushbaby
Cheetah
Cranes
Crocodiles
Giraffe
Gorilla
Hippopotamus
Hyena
Jackal
Leopard
Lions
Marshbird
Mongoose
Monkeys
Okapi
Ostrich
Pangolin
Peacock
Rhinoceros
Servals
Sharks
Tortoises
Warthog
Wildebeest
Zebras