Last week in science, we learned about mushrooms. S0me mushrooms are invasive some aren’t. usually the poisonous mushrooms are invasive because when some are poisonous to everything they can’t be eaten. Therefor their population grows until they over populate. Some mushrooms are edible like lions mane or the rare morel. Mushrooms all have spores. Spores are their gills that help them breathe. Some spores have stains that can be used to make spore prints. My questions are: Why do mushrooms grow in groups? Why are some poisonous? Are any edible mushrooms invasive?
Last week we learned about plants. I learned how they need space when they grow. They need space because they will compete and die if they don’t have distance. I learned that plants also have memory. they only drink they don’t eat, except for pitcher plants and venus fly traps. They have hairs that allow them to feel. there was a seed and a start group. I was a start, so I planted started plants in the hoop house.
My questions are:
- Why do plants have memory?
- How do plants drink?
- Do plants have heart beats?
This week in science we learned about amphibians and their habitat. We learned how their homes were being destroyed due to us humans. Humans just can’t seem to find any free spots and kill amphibians for money. We learned that amphibians are important because they are some of the only animals that eat mosquitoes. They are very helpful but people don’t care because they only think about money. What selfish creatures. Hopefully people will relax and care about the amphibians. Did you know that the croak of a frog is a call for help? Amphibians also get eaten by monkeys and birds due to the need to migrate. Amphibians are very important and they all have their rights to live. Amphibians are amazing creatures. Will they go extinct? Can people help? Is everyone selfish?
Dear, Mrs Cuttatree,
I am Dr. Feathereye, the elf owl. I know you want to cut trees for a new resort, but take a moment to think about the wildlife and owls. Owls get rid of lots of mice that might destroy some things. I’m an elf owl though I eat only really small mice, frogs, and insects. I eat mosquitos too which are annoying to you humans. Now, I’m a beautiful creature and I have patterns on my feathers which is nice. I may be small but I have my purposes. Now for a few facts about me: Elf owls are 40 grams 14.5 centimeters tall and my wingspan is 27 centimeters. Elf owls can be found in Texas, Central America, and California. I live in Mexico. elf owls have very good seeing and hearing. We also have good night vision and live inside trees or cacti. Our habitat is the desert so we get water from plants if we aren’t around any water. We are also very intelligent creatures even though we’re little. Now if you care about what owls do then a new idea for your job is you could instead make a hiking trail and put signs around telling facts about different owls.
Sincerely, Doctor Feathereye
P.S. don’t continue to be a monster.