First grade students from Odom Elementary School visited the Houston Zoo November 7. The group was lead by team leader Amy Schade and educators Scarlet Acevedo, Esther Barrón, Mary Cabrera, Frank Cisneros, Ana Juárez, Candice Loebsack, Doris McIntosh, and Yadira Zermeño.
Students explored the zoo and learned about the various animals and their habitats. The first graders learned about the interdependence between the animals’ habitats and how their dietary needs are met in the wild.
The students were very excited to get a chance to see the giraffes, which are a among the students’ favorite animals. Giraffes, which stand 16 feet tall when full grown, normally live about 25 years with most weighing about 2,000 pounds.
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