In our ‘Outer Space’ issue, we asked you to design some alien life. Your entries were out of this world! It’s delightful to know that our readers are such a creative bunch of Eco Kids!
This is my Pluto Parrot. It sleeps whilst it flies. And it eats other birds and Pluto pears.
My alien is called Gabeeaddeeaydoe.
He has four arms and hands with lots of fingers, so that he can do lots of things at once and grip really well. On his hands he has suckers that help him to climb brilliantly. Gabeeaddeeaydoe has large ears that can swivel like a cat’s to help him hear well and he has large eyes and a big nose to help him to see and smell well and lots of sharp little teeth. Gabeeaddeeaydoe has wings so that he can fly. I hope you like him; he is very friendly!
We have named the planet Conquer and made the aliens out of conkers and left-over metal bits and bobs.
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