Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Ocean Conservation





 On Monday Libby Bowls came to visit Te Ngahere and teach us about Ocean Conservation. I learnt allot, like Microplastics, Did you know that Microplastics are these small little crystals that kinda look like salt. I also learnt about Manta rays, Manta rays are so long that there longer then 2 small cars.

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  1. Hi its Roxy here from Kawakawa primary school, I really like your blog post its really cool and creative, I have learnt a lot. I think it'll be fun to learn about microplastics. See ya maybe next time you can come visit my blog http://kpsroxyp.blogspot.co.nz/

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  2. Kia ora Paihia, ko Arly toku ingoa. No ruma tahi ahau. Hi Paihia my name is Arly from Karoro Ruma tahi. Your blog was very interesting. Personally I loved reading every bit of it. I want to be a marine biologist when I am older and I totally agree with you. One thing you could change is adding more information. How are microplastics made? are manta rays fish or mammals? There is a lot I would like to know. Other than that you have done a great job. I think you will find in my blog that one of my oldest posts is a marine biology one. Go check it out at http://karoroarlyb.blogspot.co.nz/

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  4. Hi its jaxon from karoro school, i like you work its great. I've learnt lots of things from this work. maybe next time make it a bit longer not just that little bit of work. it must be fun to work and learn about microplastics bye

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  5. Hi its Sean from Karoro School. I think that microplastics are very interesting and I would like to learn more about them and how they work. I have now found out that they are quite dangerous in our ocean.Next time can you please put more information about banning plastic bags and how we could decrease the numbers of them.

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