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Transcript: Here's another kind of frame! There's even an invisible frame... The most right button in the top left corner is the save button. And that's it! You can crop Images by clicking "Crop Image", then clicking and draggig the corners. Then select a backround. This (sort of) is a Powerpoint showing you how to make a Prezi Powerpoint! Start making your own Powerpoint! As you have seen, you can rotate text. THAT!!! Bam! That's the baby whale! kkkklkllklllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll You can zoom in by a lot! By the way, This is as far as you can zoom in. You can zoom in, like this Click and drag the whale to move it. Then, select a picture of a whale. Afterward, click "Insert". And another kind of frame! REMEMBER To add a picture, select "Insert", then "Symbols and Shapes". If you don't like the backround, click "Template" Bing! First thing you should know, click anywhere to create some text. There's also a highlighter! SURE Ding! Baby Whale! You can change font, as well as colour! These footsteps and grass arn't actul pictures, so you can't select it and use it in your Prezi. Click "Insert", then "Image". Afterwards, type in "whale". SAVE!!! TO Frames and arrows What if you want to insert another picture, like a whale? That's how I made this slideshow yellow! It's optional to bend arrows MAKE You can zoom in even more, as well as being able to rotate frames, like so. To make a slide (or frame, which ever you prefer to say) click "frames and arrows", then select a frame. Easy!


Transcript: A Peake player had just won position of the ball. Lameroo player Vaughn Noonan ran approximately 30 meters from behind, and with his right arm extended, crudely struck the Peake player to the side of the head. As some Peake players came to remonstrate Lameroo player Vaughn Went on the attack and struck another Peake player to the face. A large gathering of players had by this time formed with a lot of jumper pulling ect. But to my surprise Lameroo player Vaughn Noonan had worked his way out of the gathering to aggressively chase and preparing to strike another Peake player. It was apparent to me and the other umpire that Lameroo player Vaughn Noonan was out of control After things settled down I advised Noonan that he was reported for striking and appropriately gave him a red card and sent him off for the rest of the game. Another spectator of this game I also saw Vaughn try to make a contest from about 10 meters away not 30 as Matthew said. And the Peak player that had just won Possession of the ball ( Lachy Wilson) did duck his head into the tackle. As team mates from both Lameroo and Peake came to stand up for their team mates Peake player Rick Berling struck Lameroo player Vaughn Noonan to the face, and in self defence Vaughn chased him to protect himself. Vaughn was sent off, reported and Lameroo unfortunately lost the game. Another spectator of the game commented that.( 5 weeks is an bit rough he should have only got 4. Matthews report as the central umpire needs to write a report that is true. Vaughn didn’t run from 30 meters away to hit Lachy ( Lachlan) it was more like 10 meters and it was to make a contest for the ball. He should not have got reported for making a contest! Sophie Pahl a Peake spectator, “ 5 weeks fly’s well with me. Rick Berling should have got suspended as well for striking.” I mainly agree with Michael’s statement. Umpires Report Should he have got what he got? Sophie's Report My Reasons Jacob Werner Michael's Report Should he have been given 5 weeks? My Report Whats Your Opinion?

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Transcript: Adaption for Modern DAY organisms BASILOSAURUS Cladrogram Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Catacea Family: Balaenidae Genus: Balaenoptera species: *varies* Whale: an often very large animal that lives in the ocean and that is a mammal rather than a fish Over 80 species Mammals Basilosaurus: "Lizard King" genus of early whales that lived 40 to 34 million years ago Small Hind Limbs which likely served no purpose Similar shaped Cranium with smaller brain capacity Less social than modern day whales Similar spinal structure mesonychids: "an extinct taxon of small- to large-sized carnivorous digitigrade ungulates" Possess odd triangle teeth similar and skull structure similar to that of whales, leading many scientists to believe they are distantly related as a result of divergent evolution Water (usually warm - along coast) Travel Together Migrate Don't Live too Deep Modern Day Whale MESONYCHIDS Taxonomy Environment/Habitat Bibliography Dalanistes : "an extinct genus of remingtonocetid early whale" Morphology suggests presence of strong Hind limbs as well as a pelvis and distal femur - traces of which can be seen in the modern day whale DALANSISTES the whale, supposed to be a land mammal at one point, adapted to marine life over time as evidenced by.... thick layers of blubber modified lungs better hearing larger arteries Unused Hip Bones (Vestigial Structure) Whale, Whale, Whale...What Do We Have Here?


Transcript: As soon as the calf is born it can swim (Knudtson 60). They swim in a pack, locked in a synchronized locomotion (Knudtson 39). "No human can ever fully fathom the interior thoughts, feelings, and motivations of another species" (Knudtson 102). Many whales remain vulnerable to a host of potential enviornmental threats, such as commercial overfishing, and toxic chemical (Knudtson 100). Since the beginning of human history we have not greeted whales by communicating with them, but by killing them (Knudtson 53). "Hollywood films like Free Willy and profitable marine zoos like Sea World has recently so captured the public imagination" (Knudtson XVI). As the whale swims it displays the athletic grace of a dancer filmed in slow motion (Knudtson 38). Adult males reach 30 ft in length and up to 17,600 pounds (Knudtson 40). Adult females measure up to 18 to 23 feet and weigh up to 5500 to 8800 pounds (Knudtson 40). An orca's distinctive coloration may serve to confuse predators and provide camoflauge (Knudtson 48). I didn't actually choose the text. Mrs. Pintar chose it for me, because my original book didnt work out. Although, I did find that it was interesting to learn about the whales. whale I read the book ORCA Visions of the Killer Whale. The subject of my book reveals the relationship between humanity and whales, through many different perspectives. The book also explains the physical appearance of whales. Before reading the book i did not have much of a complete understanding of the whale. I only knew that they were killers, very large in size, and a very dangerous specie. This text isn't like any other texts i have read before, because i have not read a book on whales. Reading a nonfiction book is different than reading a fiction book because a non fiction book is real. Meaning it is based on real facts or stories unlike fiction books, which are made up in someone's imagination. By: Peter Knudson Facts ORCA visions of the killer whale Facts

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