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Tag Archives: non – chronological reports
Non-chronological report about Elephants Elephants Elephants are the largest animals in the animal kingdom. With their muscly body they can weigh up to 6048 kg. Their trunks have 150000 muscles and no bones. Therefore it can carry up to four … Continue reading
African Animals There are many animals that live in Africa, some savage hunters and others harmless as a cow. The animals that are mentioned in this report, however, are the killers, the predators. Some reptilian, some mammal, these carnivorous animals … Continue reading
Non-chronological report about Cheetahs A cheetah is a large cat. They are the only big cats that purr like a little baby kitten. There is also a rare King cheetah. You can tell it is a king cheetah because it … Continue reading
The Ancient Olympic Games The Olympics started at Olympia in 776 BC in honour of Zeus, there were many events. The Olympics were held every four years. Women Women couldn’t compete in the Olympics; married woman couldn’t go near the … Continue reading
The Olympic Games. The Olympics were held in memory of Pelops and at the Olympic venue there is a room called the Pelopion which contained the burial mound of the hero Pelops. The Olympics were held every four years and … Continue reading