Where to stick your NG Kids stickers!
Have you picked up one of our cool animal posters? Here are some clues to help you stick your animal stickers in the right spot!
Gather the clues to match your cool NG Kids stickers to their environment on your NG Kids poster!
Have you heard about our exciting new partnership with Fruit Bowl? Together, we’ve hidden amazing NG Kids animal stickers inside packets of Fruit Bowl fruit snacks, and that’s not all, because we’ll also be putting awesome double-sided posters for you to display them on in issues of NG Kids!
Measure yourself against some of the world’s most powerful animals on the creature height chart, or flip your poster over and cover match your stickers to their regions!
And just in case you need a bit of help, we’ve put together some cool clues to make sure you match your stickers up to the right regions. Check them out, below!
African elephants are the largest living land mammals – which narrows things down a bit – but they’re also herbivores who eat lots of roots, grasses, fruit and bark. Hint, hint!
Don’t let that snowy background fool you, although they live in very cold areas of the world like northern Russia, the adorable Amur tiger likes the cover and camouflage provided by forests.
Arctic ground squirrel
Arctic ground squirrels live in huge colonies. They particularly like grassy meadows where they can dig deep burrows for the whole family.
As this chilly picture suggests, the Arctic hare lives in a pretty chilly region! It is often called the “polar rabbit” – that’s one heck of a clue for you!
Armadillos like to dig burrows in the ground with their huge claws, feeding on ants and plants, can you guess which region it belongs to?
Atlantic white-sided dolphin
We don”t reckon you need too much of a clue for this one! These super swimmers love surfing in the waves made by the front of boats.
These little chaps lives high up in the trees of Brazil and Peru. Woodland and water are their friends – can you guess where it lives yet?
Bison are grazers, they need huge amounts of grass to much on throughout the day, any ideas yet?
We don’t reckon the blue shark will take you too much guesswork. They prefer the world’s temperate and tropical waters.
Blue wales are larger than any dinosaur and are found in every ocean except the Arctic – there’s a pretty big clue for you!
Blunthead tree snake
Being tree snakes they need lots of, well, trees – and prefer moist and damp environments. Any guesses?
Cheetahs are the fastest land animals on Earth, and with all that running power, they need big open spaces to use it in. Get the hint?
These cheeky chimps love to swing from trees and feast on fruit, insects and leaves – can you guess where they live?
Chocolate chip starfish
Unfortunately not actually covered in chocolate chips – we reckon you’ll be able to work this little reef dweller’s habitat out for yourself!
From the same family as the octopus and the squid, can you work out where they live?
The world’s biggest cows, you’ll find them grazing in the mountain forests of India, Southeast Asia and Malaysia!
Awesome anteaters can fall into two categories on your chart – the process of elimination is your friend, here!
Golden lion tamarin
Golden lion tamarins have long fingers that help them to climb trees and snare insects, fruit, lizards and birds. Can you think of a habitat that sounds like that?
This non-venomous snake can be rather slow on land, but is super stealthy in water! They like slow-moving streams found in tropical areas of the world. Can you guess where it goes yet?!
Green sea turtle
The clue’s in the name with this one!
Grey crowned crane
These birds need lots of grass to build their nests – we’ll let you work out the rest!
Harp seals call the cold, hard Arctic sea ice their home – that should narrow things down a bit!
Great hornbills need lots of tall trees to build their nests, can you think of somewhere on your poster like that?
Did you know keel-billed toucans lay their eggs in tree holes? They live in flocks of 6-12 birds high in the trees… What habitat can you think of that’s rich in forest?
We reckon this one will be easy for all your wildlife buffs out there! Lions live on vast drylands where they can get a good view of the land around them.
Lion’s mane jellyfish
Lions mane jellyfish like icy waters – can you guess where they live?
The lynx mainly live in northern regions of the globe, hence why they’re often pictured slinking through snow! They live in densely covered areas that allow them to hunt unnoticed…
Ostriches like large open land where they can run at speeds up to 70kmph!
They might be called macaroni penguins but they don’t live anywhere near Italy! Can you guess from the snowy picture where you might find them?
Poison dart frog
You’ll find these critters in trees, under leaves and logs – get the hint?
The clue’s in the name with this one!
Proboscis monkeys are native to the jungles of Borneo, can you put them in the right habitat?
This fishy fellow lives in the big blue sea – we think you know where to put him!
Red-eyed tree frog
Can you guess where this vibrant little chap comes from? Bright green he easily blends in with his lush, green habitat!
You might associate these cute creatures with Santa, his elves and the North Pole. That’s got to be the biggest clue so far!
The Atlantic Sailfish is native to the Atlantic, funnily enough!
Scorpions are commonly thought of as desert-dwellers, but you might be surprised to learn that you can also find them hiding under logs and rocks in forest areas!
We think you’ll be able to work this one out pretty quickly!
The fearsome great white shark is famous for being one of the biggest predators in the sea. This one’s an easy sticker to place!
The slow loris spends most of its time foraging for small insects and fruit in the tropical habitat they call home.
These adorable beats are the real-life version of honey-loving Winnie-the-Pooh. They love tropical forests full of delicious honeycombs and honey!
Typically found in chilly, northern regions of the world, can you guess where on your poster to place it?
Southern elephant seal
Southern elephant seals breed on land but spend their winters huting fish and squid in the freezing waters near the Antarctic pack ice – brrr!
Hyenas can be found in a range of habitats, but if you’ve ever seen the Lion King, you’ll associate them with the large open plains of Africa.
Stoats like woodlands and open areas with plenty of shrubs and hedges to hide behind! Can you think of somewhere like that?
These little fish, nicknamed “tiddlers”, are often found in rivers, ponds and lakes, but you might also find them splashing in the sea!
Albatross spend the majority of their time gliding over the sea, snapping up fish and squid from the surface of the water and only going on land to mate.
Zebra are grazers and constantly on the look out for green pastures that they can munch on! That’s a pretty big clue, gang!