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Run, Swim, Fly

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Editor: Kristi Lew
Date: 2013
Publisher: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.
Series: My Science Library
Document Type: Topic overview
Length: 164 words
GRL: D
Lexile Measure: 270L

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Run, Swim, Fly


Children hop, run, and crawl.

Children hop, run, and crawl.
How do animals move?

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Some animals fly.
Most birds fly.

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Some animals fly.

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Bats fly.
They fly at night.

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Bats fly.

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Some animals run.
Cheetahs run.

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Cheetahs run.

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Dogs run, too.

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Dogs run, too.

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Some animals hop.
Rabbits hop.

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Rabbits hop.

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Kangaroos hop.

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Kangaroos hop.

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Some animals swim.
Fish swim.

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Fish swim.

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Penguins swim, too.

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Penguins swim, too.

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Who climbs? Who swings? Animals move in many ways.

Who climbs? Who swings?
Animals move in many ways.

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Gale Document Number: GALE|CX3148800005