Treasure Island

Aryaman Ajit Naik


Life In A Tropical Rain Forest


Okapis, Iguanas, Jaguars, Eagles,
Live with Seagulls
First I’ll tell you something about the Eagles,
Eagles eat Snakes
Raw but not in stakes,
They also eat rats, insects, and rabbits
These are their habits.
Now that I’ve finished with Eagles,
Ill tell you about Seagulls,
Seagulls eat fish,
Not fried, nor in a dish
Iguana’s live in the Nile
They are MUCH smaller than a mile
Okapi’s eat grass
As hard as brass
They eat leaves
As their delicacies
Jaguars are Carnivores
They climb trees
And never eat green peas
Okapis, Iguanas, Jaguars, Eagles
Live with Seagulls
In tropical forests! ! !

Submitted: Tuesday, October 21, 2008

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