• Lower Cliff Dwelling

    Tonto

    National Monument Arizona

Who Am I - page 3

mystery animal track # 9

mystery animal track # 9

I wear a mask, but I am not a bandit. Who am I?

a raccoon
a wolverine
a housecat
a wolf

 
mystery animal track # 10

mystery animal track # 10

I get my name from the size of my ears. Who am I?

a mule deer
an elephant deer
a jackrabbit deer
a white-tailed deer

 
mystery animal track # 11

mystery animal track # 11

My fur can be any color from black to white. In cartoons, I am always looking for picnic baskets. Who am I?

a bear
a sponge
a Great Dane
a mouse

 
mystery animal track # 12

mystery animal track #12

I get my name from my large hind feet, and the way I move around. Who am I?

a kangaroo rat
a rabbit rat
a frog rat
a duck rat

 
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Did You Know?

crested saguaro

Tonto National Monument is home to a crested saguaro. Botanists disagree as to why some saguaros grow in this unusual form. Some speculate that it is a genetic mutation. Others say it is the result of lightning or freeze damage. About one in 150,000 saguaros develop this unusual growth.