One day, a curious boy named Jimmy asked his teacher, Ms. Smith, about different animals and where they live.
Ms. Smith smiled and said, 'Animals have different homes called habitats. Let me tell you about a few!'
First, Ms. Smith told Jimmy about the polar bears. 'Polar bears live in the cold Arctic. Their thick fur keeps them warm in the icy water.'
Next, she talked about the monkeys. 'Monkeys live in the hot and tropical rainforests. They swing from trees and eat yummy fruits.'
Then, Ms. Smith told Jimmy about the dolphins. 'Dolphins live in the ocean. They swim together in big groups called pods.'
After that, Ms. Smith talked about the kangaroos. 'Kangaroos live in the vast and dry outback of Australia. They hop and carry their babies in a pouch.'
Finally, she mentioned the penguins. 'Penguins live in cold places like Antarctica. They have feathers that help them swim and slide on ice.'
Jimmy listened carefully and asked, 'How do animals know where to build their homes?'
Ms. Smith smiled and answered, 'Animals have instincts and learn from their parents. They know the best places to find food and stay safe.'
Jimmy was amazed by all the new information. He promised to listen and learn about animals' habitats every day.