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Saber Tooth Tiger facts for kids

1. Saber Tooth Tiger was a ferocious animal with two large saber shaped teeth. 2. Studies suggest that saber tooth tiger specially hunted large animals. 3. Bison (American Buffalo), Musk-oxen, Ground sloths, American Camels, Prong Oxen, extinct hairy elephants, etc., were its prey. 4. Fossil studies say that other species of saber tooth cats might have killed and eaten humans. 5. It was found in North and South America. 6. It existed between 55 million years to 10,000 years ago. 7. It was the primary predator in the woodlands and grasslands. 8. Previous studies of fossils suggest that it became extinct, mainly due to climate change. 9. The scientific name for Saber Tooth Tiger is “Smilodon” which means tooth like a double edge knife. 10. Its two long canines could grow up to 8 inches, which helped in stabbing its prey. 11. The fully grown Saber Tooth Tiger size was about that of a modern-day African Lion. Stonebridge Academy Daycare  Mckinney , Texas Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Gin

Red Panda Facts For Kids

1. Red Pandas are charming and endearing creatures. 2. They are very few in numbers and efforts are required to save them from extinction. 3. Red panda predominantly lives in trees. 4. Red pandas are bamboo eaters though they can eat fruit, acorns, roots, and eggs. 5. They are shy and solitary mammals comparable to the size of domestic cats. 6. Red pandas aren't pandas, they are not related to the giant panda. 7. The red panda is nocturnal. That means they are active at night. 8. Red pandas have a red-brown fur. 9. The normal life expectancy of red pandas in the wild is somewhere in the range of 8 and 10 years. In imprisonment, they live for up to 15 years. 10. Red pandas have an excellent sense of hearing. Stonebridge Academy daycare  is an exceptional childcare and education center. Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this text field Edit Edit in Ginger Edit in Ginger × Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Ch