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Sebastian's post, 19 May 2017

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Turtles are reptiles. They breath air and lay eggs. Turtles have lungs like people do.Loger heads eat lobsters. Green turtles are omnivorous. Loger heads are carnivores. Boy Loger heads have long tails and girl Loger heads have short tails. Turtles can get diseases like bubble butt. Turtles can also get numounya. There is 48 turtles in the hospital getting treated and going back in the...

Sebastian's post, 11 May 2017

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There is about 230,000 Elephant seals in the world. The weasel is a long lost part of the Elephant seal because the weasel evolved into a Elephant seal. The adaptations that a Elephant seal has is it’s blubber, it’s eyes, and it’s finger like flippers. The Elephant seals blubber helps it by staying warm.The Elephant seals eyes help it by seeing in the pitch black waters in the...

Sebastian's post, 01 May 2017

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Life in a Tide Pool can be challenging because there are rocks. What ingredients make a Tide Pool? The ingredients to make a Tide Pool are the Sun,rocky shore,plants, and animals. What kinds of animals live in the Tide Pool? Some of the animals are crabs, small fish, and hermet crabs.Seaanemonie also live in the Tide Pool. Also 2 things make the Tide Pool small. What are the 2 things that make ...

Sebastian's post, 18 April 2017

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Some of the materials that can be easily recycled are cans,plastic milk cartons,and also water bottles. Some items that the author thinks should be routinely recycled are soda cans, old computers,cardboard boxes, and newspapers.

Sebastian's post, 23 March 2017

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The most interesting thing I heard was that a teacher got in a barrel a went down the waterfall in Niagra Falls. Also another interesting thing was that a tightroper tightroped and made it. He tightroped on the boarder of Canada to the bouder of The United States. My most favorite part of the Skype was when he said Falcons could travel at the speed of 75 to 80 miles per hour.

Sebastian's post, 08 February 2017

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At Yellow Stone National Park we learned that backteara use’s different kinds of chemicals to create energy. Also we learned that when Grizzly bears hibernate they don’t even go to the bathroom. Also one fact about Grizzlies is that during winter their heart beats every 40 seconds. Did you also now when gisers shot into the air its about as high as a 10 story building. There are ...

#Geoshow Virtual Trip

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 First we went into the cenote’s and saw Stalactites and Stalagmitesand also Colums. Stalactites are like icicles but made of limestone. Stalagmites are made of water dripping from the ceiling. Colums are made up of Stalagmites and Stalactites touching each other. Also we learned about mangroses. Mangroses are trees that give live birth! Finally, Hierve El Agua means boiling ...

Sebastian's post, 31 January 2017

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Joshua Tree National Park is a place where you can explore to find old gold mines and animals and all sorts of other abandoned places. You can find these places by driving or walking all over the place.Also at Joshua Tree National Park you can find Mountains and monglithests.

Sebastian's post, 20 January 2017

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The reactions that I have from watching Donald Trump become our president is amazing because I never knew that all of the people who were important would have to be there to see him become our president. Also one more reaction I have is that it is amazing how long Donald Trump can say a wonderful speech.

Sebastian's post, 08 December 2016

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                 The Water Princess 

    The water princess inspired me to help the people who don't have food or water. I want to help them because I don't want...

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