By Ben Harper
Gorilla Grodd is at the unfastened and inflicting mayhem in all places he is going. It's as much as Superman, in addition to Batman and the remainder of the large associates, to place an finish to all of the difficulties this irate primate is inflicting.
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Crocodiles usually spend mornings basking in the warm sunlight of the tropical areas where they live. At midday, when it gets very hot, they seek out a cool, shady spot and rest there for a while. After that, it’s back to loafing in the sunshine until the sun sets. American crocodiles 42 What do crocodiles do after dark? They look for food. Some stay in shallow ponds or slow-flowing rivers and wait for prey that come to the water for a drink. Others hide in marshes and swamps, ready to attack any animal that wanders by.
The most familiar skunk has black fur with bright white stripes from its nose to the tip of its fluffy tail. Other skunks are a solid color or have spots. Skunks live only in North and South America. They hunt at night in wooded areas for insects, mice, eggs, fruit, and the rotting flesh of dead animals. What happens before a skunk sprays? It gives a warning. The skunk may stomp its feet on the ground and give a low hiss or growl. Then, it raises its tail and arches its back. , the smelly, oily liquid shoots out from under the skunk’s tail.
The higher the temperature, the faster the chirps. On a summer night, count the number of chirps you hear in 15 seconds. Add 40 to that number. The sum will give you the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. 35 IN WATER Are frogs night creatures? Mostly, even though you can see them during the day. Frogs must stay out of the sun, which dries their skin. Like other amphibians, frogs live in water and on land, and breathe with their lungs. But they also take in oxygen through their thin skin. If their skin is not moist, they can’t breathe—and they suffocate.