This week in science we played a game called owls v.s crows. One side was the crows while the other side was the owls. Shane would read a question and we would find out if it was true or false. If it was false the crows would try to tag out the owls. If it was true the owls would try to tag the crows. If you got tagged you would go to the other team.
I thought it was very fun. I think I participated well in this game. It was satisfying to run around and play in class. I don’t think I would have done anything differently. I wonder how big primeval owls were? I wonder if crows were ever apex predators? I wonder if crows and owls really fight?
These penguins are adorable, but don’t let their looks deceive you, they are also natural born survivors. They can swim up to 30 miles an hour! Not only that but Humboldt penguins can also dive up to 500 feet below sea level when searching for a tasty snack such as shrimp, fish and squids. Even animals need a break, especially when they have predators. They take a nap on the rocky shore. With their webbed feet and sharp claws they do great on these rocky cliff sides.
It was satisfying to know that I have more knowledge than I did before. I participated well in this project. I would have not waited to the last minute to do this project. I wonder how evolution developed the way the penguin is today? I wonder what penguins were like before humans arrived? i wonder why penguins don’t live in other biomes just with different adaptations.