Where do animals live?

Homes of Animals

Here we will learn about the homes of animals. We know, some animals live on land like lion, bear, elephant, horse, etc. Some animals live on trees like monkey, squirrel, etc. Some animals live in water like fish, octopus, whale, etc. Some animals live on land as well as in water like crocodile, tortoise frog, etc.

Like us, all animals need shelter to live in. A shelter protects them from heat, cold, rain and enemies. Their shelters are their homes. Different animals live in different kinds of homes. Some animals make their own homes.

Homes of bird: Birds make nests to live in with straw, twigs, leaves, cotton, etc. Sparrow, tailor bird, woodpecker and weaverbird make their own nests.

Home of rabbit: Rabbit dig burrows to live in.

Home of mouse: Mouse dig holes to live in.

Home of spider: Spider spins a cobweb to live in.

Home of honey-bee and savage-bee: Honey-bees and savage-bees make hives to live in.

Home of lion: A lion lives in den.

Home of snake: A snake lives in a hole.

We make homes for domestic animals.

Home of cow: We make sheds for cows.

Home of dog: We make kennels for dogs.

Home of horse: We make stables for horses.

Home of fish: We make aquariums for fish.

Home of hen: We make coops for hen.

GAMES AND TESTS FOR THIS VOCABULARY UNIT

Challenge your English skills!

Play very interesting games and upgrade your knowledge.

Task

Guess where the animal lives?
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