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This is me, Grace, and Josh working on our aquarium observations.
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This is me and Josh observating our terrarium.


1. I learned that chlorophyl makes the grass, leaves, and other green things green.


2. I learned that some adult misquito fish eat their baby's.


3. I learned that isopods have 6 legs when babys and grow a 7th leg when an adult.


4. I learned about photosynthasis and what ingredients it needs to occour.

Exploring our World Grasslands
This book is about wild grasslands and their ecosystem. Grasses don't need as much water as trees. So you probably won't find trees in a grassland. Grasses can also survive in extreamly hot climates and freezing snow storms. Grasslands ussually are found at the top of mountains, in wet, and dry, the Artic Tundra, to the tropics, on the open plains and the depths of the forests. Some grasses even float on the top of rivers, not even attached to the ground at all! Some of the consumers, scavengers and producers of the grasslands are;
Scavengers: hyenas, vultures, jackals,
Consumers: Cheetahs, lions, the maned wolf. Some of these animals eat; antalope, zebras, and gazells.
Producers: wheat, corn, grains, sugar cane, rice, bamboo,
That is a little bit about; Exploring our World Grasslands.
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This is a picture of a turkey vulture. It lives in grasslands and is a scavenger.
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This is a picture of a maned wolf. It lives in grasslands and is a consumer.




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This is a picture of a zebra. It is a consumer, but can get eaten by other animals. It too lives in grasslands.