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Let's learn about cuttle fish!

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Jyuji Nakashima

on 24 February 2015

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Transcript of Let's learn about cuttle fish!

Cuttlefish by Jyuji the genius
To: International Christian Academy
designed by Péter Puklus for Prezi
Step 1
Let's learn about cuttle fish!
Step 2
They can camouflage in case a predator tries to eat them. This is one of the things they adapted in order to survive.
Step 3
cuttlefish are cephlaopods and they also have a closed circulatory system.
Step 4
Cuttlefish use propulsion to move.
This is using Newton's 3rd law of motion.
Step 5
What I really like about cuttlefish is that you can eat them.
Cuttlefish mainly live in the ocean ,
but they sometimes go to the ocean
floor like this one.
Cuttlefish have really good eyesight.
He really does......
Cuttlefish have really fast tongue to get its prey like little fish.
He's a good tonguer! Hope
he won't be a tongue
twister............
From: Jyuji Nakashima
of Nagoya
Subject: About Cuttlefish
Cuttlefish have green blood
This is what I mean about!
Cuttlefish also have three
hearts.
Very hard graph of their body...
Well, this is it about my story
about cuttlefish
Thanks Mr.Cuttlefish with 3
hearts!
To: International Christian Academy of
Nagoya
Subject: Amazing Cuttlefish
This is how cuttlefish reproduce.
First, they stick their tentacles to each other.
Then, the female cuttlefish goes onto the male cuttlefish.
At last, the female lays the egg.
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