by rubylime
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What makes an elephant a living thing?

Movement: An elephant can move. It has 4 legs that allow it to walk. Reproduction: Elephants reproduce and have baby elephants.Sensitivity: An elephant uses its senses to keep safe and be aware of things in the environment.Growth: A baby elephant does a lot of growing to become a fully grown elephant.Respiration: Elephants use oxygen to breathe.Elimination: Elephants eliminate unused waste food from their bodies.Nutrition: Elephants eat grasses and plants for nutrition to stay alive. Remember MRS GREN

I'm using up some excess energy from my big breakfast!

A car goes faster than me, but it's not a living thing! Why not?

This is fun! Lots of fresh air around here. I can breathe it in and relax in my puddle.

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