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Paragraphs help to organise your writing into key points. New paragraphs will usually start with a subheading that tells you what information you can expect to find there.

The first sentence will usually be a summary of the paragraph. The rest of the paragraph will then go on to give you facts and information about the subject.

For example;



Tigers are some of the biggest jungle cats you will find but they are also some of the rarest.

There are several types of tiger such as the Siberian Tiger and the Bengal Tiger. A tiger's stripes help it to hide amongst the leaves in the jungle so it can creep up and catch its prey with its enormous teeth and claws.

Diet: Carnivores, (meat eaters) - antelope, deer, buffalo etc.

Habitat: Forests, jungles and swamps

Where Found: India, Asia and China

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