Friday, 4 March 2016

Research about the rocky shore...

We have been learning about the rocky shore. We have searching on the computer for information about animals such as crabs, sea anemones, jellyfish and snails. You can look for yourself on this site:
https://sites.google.com/a/worserbay.school.nz/matarikiwbs/rock-pools-inquiry

By Gina and Lily S

Here are some things that we have found out:

Lily S: We found out that jellyfish have venom in their body. Jellyfish venom is one of the deadliest toxins on Earth.

Reuben Lachlan and Charlotte: Lion's maine is a type of Jellyfish. Their tentacles are longer than whales.

Dylan: Dolphins swim in circles to make traps to catch fish. A question is do all dolphins use the same method to catch dolphins? 

Liam: When jellyfish sting it goes to the outside of our skin. They can have a little harpoon on them to catch their victim. 

Ruby Emelia and Lily V: Fish use jellyfish as protection from their predators. They hide in their tentacles.

Angus: Jelly fish aren't fish. They don't have gills.

Cruz: Jellyfish and sea anemones are related. 

1 comment:

  1. Emelia: Why are jellyfish the size of a pencil eraser when they are little?

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