Wednesday, 27 July 2016

I really like the experiments we have done, especially the fish lab. I like to do experiments on living things, so no wonder why I like torturing taking care of the fish. The homework Kru Gary gave us were freaking hard a little bit too difficult. So, over all I like the classes. ^^

Thursday, 21 July 2016

by arnencha KOK

What is a water monitor?
watch this video first if you don't know.

This is a video of a small water monitor or varanus, hunting a fish.

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

questions for fish lab

1.  What do you think kills the fish/shrimp--oxygen or temperature of water,  why? Temperature of water, because we have seen the senior's experiment and temperature is the difference.

2.  Did you find anything interesting in the lab? The bottle that contains the fish that have been surviving until now is all dirty. If no one change the water, it'll die painfully a little.

3.  what other things could kill the fish? Starving to death, eating each other, sun light.

1.  describe what happened in the experiment and propose an explanation for your observations.
2.  explain why some of the jars changed color.  the bromothymol blue will turn yellow in presence of carbon dioxide
3.  describe how plants and animals are dependent on each other.
4.  make a prediction about what will happen in one week.
5.  if anything happened, try to explain why.  sunlight causes the plants to give off oxygen.

how long do you think it will live
A : 3 days

if they die, why do you think they died?
A : hunger

note time of death and dispose of fish /shrimp but keep the plant
A : 5th July

1. Why do you think your fish lived or died?

2.  Groups with fish that are alive, how are their bottles different from yours?

3.  If you had to do it again, what would you change to keep your fish alive?


1. it died. because of hunger.

2. Nut fed the fish, he have been feeding it for a while.

3. We will feed our fish.