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Class Nature Project

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19. Day and Night By: Monet Ballinger-Hall
Many plants have flowers that boom in the day, that makes them very attractive because of their bright colors, pleasant aromas. bees, butterflies, and other
daytime pollinators buzz by. Some flowers have names like primrose
or four o'clock. They open just before the sun sets. There's a horror tree that blooms only at night then dies in the morning. At night, a new group of pollinators come in, it is bats, moths, and other nocturnal animals.
16 & 17
Catch a Wave with
Matthew
and
Christian.
8. An Unusual Meal By Jackie:)
The summery of Catch a Wave is how erosion works.
Erosion is amazing! Matthew and I are going to tell you some awesome

facts about Erosion.

Erosion is when rocks get hit by waves and travel

to other places.

An other way is melted lava to rise the rocks through the earth's cracks.

that's all we've got for you thank you!!!!!!
4. meatless meals By: Hunter
The
sexton beetle
isn't the only beetle that can carry a heavy load. A
dung beetle
eats
My section talks about some beetles are herbivores ( means they feast on leaves , stems, and roots. My section also talks about a beetle called weevil it has a long snout or nose. When it finds a juicy acorn it drills it's snout into it. That's what my section is about.
23.

Sour

Power

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Aliyah Ross
12. Rainbow Rocks part A- Rachel
Some places are capitals of the world because of rocks.

One way they can be created is erosion. It is when rocks, sand, and mud move from wind and rain, it then scrapes the rock causing it to have a pattern or design of some sort. This can make beautiful sights. To learn more, look at Brena's paragraph for part 2!
22. Swell Smells By: Lexi Walters
9.MORE BEATLES - AUSTIN HAWK

Beatles eat a lot of things.
Like meat,plants and dead stuff.
when people try to get Beatles they beat
the branches an poke around.
3. hungry hunters by: jacob
Day and Night By Monet Ballinger-Hall
#19
Many plants need help spreading their pollen. Unlike the tree, most of these plants have flowers that bloom in the day. Daytime flowers are more attracted to because of their bright colors and beautiful smells.
1. It`s dark and freezing By: Brooke
18.In the Moonlight By: Juliana
In the moonlight is about a flower called the Midnight Horror. The flower smells bad, you may think animals might not like the flower because it smells, but bats love them. They use the flowers to get pollen, but they have to be quick because during the day they shrivel up and die but at night they bloom in to flowers again.
1. Dave Kavanaugh is on a mountain searching for unknown beetles. Dave is an entomologist, that`s a scientist who studies insects .He`s walking in the snow, suddenly he sees something scurry across the snow.
It`s an unknown ice beetle! So far he has discovered hundreds of new species.
The moth and the moon flower are partners.
Each get something it needs. The moth gets food. The plant gets help making seeds. This partner ship is called
mutualism.
Still hungry?-Paul Some beetles eat something big. A sexton beetle eats dead birds, mice, and small rodents. If the sexton beetle finds a dead mouse on soft soil it will bury it. if the dead mouse was on hard ground it will put it on its back and find soft soil and bury it. When the mouse is buried the female beetle will lay eggs by the dead mouse and when the eggs hatch the can eat.
8. An Unusual Meal by Jackie

A
dung beetle
eats animal waste, which it rolls into a ball.

7. Still Hungry by Paul
25. open all night by Naudiana Elexus-Starr Guzman

Open all night is about a lot of animals in central America. At night theirs like a restaurant and when the restaurant type thing opens a parade of animals come rushing through to eat.
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My article is about an odd orchid that only blooms at night. It was found in the deep rain forest by a group of scientists. They tried taking it home to study, but it was just too hard to study. But they found out it dies during the day instead of blooming during the day like a normal orchid.
beetle
7.Still hungry?-Paul
Some beetles ea t something big. A sexton beetle eats dead birds, mice, and small rodents. If the sexton beetle finds a dead mouse on soft soil it will bury it. if the dead mouse was on
hard ground it will put it on its back and find soft soil and bury it. When the mouse is buried the female beetle will lay eggs by the dead mouse and when the eggs hatch the can eat.
13. Rainbow Rocks part B: by Brena
Rainbow Rocks is about how weathering works. It also talks about how water and wind have sculpted the mountains into hills in Western China.
A Giant's Stepping Stones
Over the years the land above is changing and so is below the ground. The sea rises and the winds blast the land. Bit by bit the land wears away, lava rock appears, and some look like stepping stones. The columns aren’t the same size. 40,000 of the rocks stretch out all the way to the sea and other columns can be as high as a cliff. Lava doesn’t erupt in the valleys anymore but the water and winds still tear away the land. Someday the giant columns will disappear and the land might me just a normal land.
26. Setting a trap By: Hannah Clark
To survive rough paws and claws, many night flowers have big, strong petals. That way, animals don’t rip them to shreds. A
n Amazon water lily uses its strong petals in a different way. This giant, white flower is sturdy and flat. It’s strong enough to hold up big beetles- and trap them! When the lily opens, the sweet smell of pineapple rises. Heat rises, too. The heat and smell attracts beetles. As they burrow into the flower, the flowers petals slowly close around them. There’s no way out of the flower the beetles are trapped. The next night, the flower reopens. The beetles crawl out, gooey and coated in pollen with them.

9. more Beatles -Austin

their are many things Beatles
15. The Cotton Castle part B- By: Kismet
9.MORE BEATLES - AUSTIN HAWK

Beatles eat a lot of things.
Like meat,plants and dead stuff.
when people try to get Beatles they beat
the branches an poke around.
15. The Cotton Castle part B- by: Kismet
The Cotton Castle part B is about what the cotton castle looks like. It starts as water which makes gas rise. At first its gooey then it hardens into new limestone. Sometimes it looks like frozen waterfalls and sometimes it looks like fluffy balls of cotton.
an Amazon water lily
26. Setting a trap By: Hannah Clark
To survive rough paws and claws, many night flowers
have big, strong petals. That way, animals don’t rip them to shreds. An Amazon water lily uses its strong petals in a different way. This giant, white flower is sturdy and flat. It’s strong enough to hold up big beetles- and trap them! When the lily opens, the sweet smell of pineapple rises. Heat rises, too. The heat and smell attracts beetles. As they burrow into the flower, the flowers petals slowly close around them. There’s no way out of the flower the beetles are trapped. The next night, the flower reopens. The beetles crawl out, gooey and coated in pollen with them.

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5. Plant parts by Jarred
A rhinoceros beetle looks very big. It eats plants. As it sweeps its antenna moves back and forth. It sucks up juice from flowers. That’s where it gets the scent. The rhinoceros beetle cuts the flower stem with his powerful jaws and the hair helps it swallow the nectar. The Japanese beetle looks harmless but eats in groups. They chew on plants all the way down. When they’re done they move on to the next one. But they only eat the soft part of the plant. Then they make holes. It looks like a piece of lace. Some animals eat poisonous plants too. Like milkweed. But it only makes the beetle more poisonous.
11. A Giant's Stepping Stones part b by Josh
Over the years the land above is changing and so is below the ground. The sea rises and the winds blast the land. Bit by bit the land wears away, lava rock appears, and some look like stepping stones. The columns are not the same size. 40,000 of the rocks stretch out all the way to the sea and other columns can be as high as a cliff. Lava does not erupt in the valleys anymore but the water and winds still tear away the land. Someday the giant columns will disappear and the land might me just a normal land.
Rhinoceros beetle
Big Stink By: Zachary
The African sausage tree that looks blood red and smells musty. When it makes the musty smell attracts bats and other animals.





Why is the African sausage tree called its name?
The African sausage tree is called its name
because the fruit looks like sausage.
Japanese beetle
21.Moon Glow-as the moth hovers... By:Novalei
In the moonlight a flower blows in the breeze . a creature flew by and pollinated the flower.
6. scavengers by: Trent
scavengers are animals that feed off of a dead animals carcass
my text is about a very ferocious beetle called the green tiger beetle the beetle lives in a cold habitat huge bulging eyes help spot its prey.
20. Moon Glow
By: Maggie Barnes
This paragraph is about Moon flowers. People say it seems like it glow in the dark. Usually the flowers are white or pale but this flower, the moon flower glows in the dark! It blooms in the dark. It may take about 2 ½ minutes before it is all opened and bloomed! Sp there is a little summery about the paragraph called Moon Glow!
a gints stepping stones
when the ground cracks open and lava comes out every thing gets destroyed every time it blows it fills a river valley the valley is so deep that the lava cools fast it turnds in to rock and it shrinks then small cracks apear on the rock over the years more lava comes so does durt and grass the land changes too floods come it tugs at the land soon the lava rocks re apear and tacke the form of steping stonds by amelia
Big Stink By: Zachary
The African sausage tree that looks blood red and smells musty. When it makes the musty smell attracts bats and other animals.





Why is the African sausage tree called its name?
The African sausage tree is called its name
because the fruit looks like sausage.
Big Stink By: Zachary
The
African sausage tree
that looks blood red and smells musty. When it makes the musty smell attracts bats and other animals.





Why is the
African sausage tree
called its name?
The
African sausage tree
is called its name
because the fruit looks like sausage.


14. The Cotton Castle part A
What does nature do that we don’t know? Water, snow, and rain seep through the cracks of the earth’s surface. It sinks really deep under the ground. Right underneath the crust is the hot magma that rises. When the water and magma meet it heats up the water really hot. Then the water fills up with carbon dioxide. The hot water bubbles back up through the cracks. It dissolves some limestone. The rock is made up from skeletons of sea creatures. The water gets this chemical from the limestone. Nature does a lot of things that we don’t know but now you know one thing.
By: Hallie King
23. Sour Power-Aliyah
Some flower smells aren’t always sweet but they can be sour to. There’s a giant tree called the baobab tree and high up in the tree long narrow flower buds grow. Also they look like bananas. When the sun sets the end of these bud’s open. Also the edges curl back, forming purple petals. Inside of them it’s a creamy white. As the flower opens it starts to give out a sour sent it smells like old watermelon.
By Brooke
2. On The Hunt!
By Carsen
Did you know some beetles can be carnivores? It kills and eats most insects. It has hard times looking for prey. That’s because not many creatures live on top of the mountain. Luckily, the wind helps out. It picks up insects that live on lower parts of the mountain.
10. A giants stepping stone part A by Declan
Volcano erupts, lava fills the valley. The lava cools into rock. The rock cracks it has 6 sides. Soon it looks like a giant honeycomb.
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