Utah Wetlands By Delani Ellen McDaniels

WETLANDS are areas tha t are saturated with water, either seasonally or permanently. Such as swamps or bogs.

Migration is the process in which an animal goes from North to South many of these animals rest at wetlands.

An adaption is what an animal has to survive it's habitat. You would need quite a few adaptions to live in a wetland.

Amphibians are animals that live near water and their gills turn into lungs with age

An animal that you can find at a wetland is a beaver.

Another animal is a crocodile

You could also see a turtle

A plant that you might see is a New England aster

You could just as well see a Swamp Milkweed.

If you got to a wetland you might see a beaver building a dam

You might also here the ribbit of a frog or the snap of a turtle

You could also possibly smell the Mildew and the plants

I Wonder how do Wetlands Form?

Wetlands Natures Beauty

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Created with images by iamangela9 - "wetlands wooden boat fishing" • itsneal - "swamp bog water" • secarter - "bird creature canada geese" • USFWS Headquarters - "sandhill cranes" • WikiImages - "finger coral tree frog running frog frog" • SteveRaubenstine - "beaver pond wildlife" • PreVamp - "crocodile" • papertygre - "Sea turtle" • Drew Avery - "New England Aster 'Purple Dome' (symphyotrichum novaeangliae}" • USFWS Mountain Prairie - "Swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) Sand Lake Wetland Management District 01" • born1945 - "Beaver Dam" • allyartist - "box turtle wildlife animal" • jcesar2015 - "leaf leaves soy" • Gabriele Barni - "HDR - Imbersago" • TonyParkin67 - "IMG_5733"

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