Saturday, August 23, 2014

maping madness

·         The most important map was the map that showed which was the oldest area because it showed an exact area on the map possibilities.

·         I chose the areas I thought were the perfect ones for the tailed frog because they were the oldest ones and didn’t have road through their habitat.


·         Some of the areas had roads going through the center of  tailed frog habitat and what y recommend doing to that areas is moving the road and make it go around.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

conclusion

My hypothesis was proved right based on the data because the two leafs on the heir 
part of the tree that I measured were bigger than the bottom leaf.

When I measured the lowest leaf it was even bigger because my ruler has placed badly and I almost skipped one centimeter and that would have disproven my hypothesis.


If were to do the experiment again I would have chosen a more creative question.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Ringer rule

R they breathe in the trailer when they run

I 
they react to seeing humans feeling love

N 
they eat humans

no evidence in trailer

E 
they breathe out

R 
why are there so many? Because they reproduce


They are alive but in the trailer one ringer rule part did not show on the trailer but that is because they are supposed to be the living dead.


Wednesday, August 13, 2014

The River Otter

The river otter is a interesting mammal because it can stay 8 minutes under water and they spend most of their life time on land.
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