Thursday, 23 April 2015

Comment's on my blog



BEARDED DRAGON
Yay I had a incredible comment from a couple of girl's over in the UK the first on said they had a bearded dragon and in class I was thinking what is that then I researched some information about a bearded dragon and here it is the real name for it is a Pogona if you would like to find some more information and your not that sure then please click on this link- Bearded dragon's

GIANT AFRICAN LAND SNAIL
The second response that i got was also unusual because we don't usually have these as a pet in New Zealand and it's a African land snail in the comment I got it said it could grown up to 7 inches but at the moment it is 5 inches the snail's also came unusual to me as i don't have them as a pet if you want to find information about the snail's click on this website http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_African_land_snail i hope to hear some more from you about your different pet's

9 comments:

  1. Hi Jorja,
    I'm really impressed that some of my pupils' pets interested you so much you went and not only researched them, but blogged about them too! I will make sure that they get to see your post on Friday when we are in the library at lunchtime. Its a great post Jorja and I like the images you chose too. I've not seen a giant African land snail before, I don't think that they are common pets in England. I have seen some pictures though on google where you get a better perspective of their size. Maybe something else in the picture might help show what gigantic snails they are?
    Keep up the good work.

    Mrs Atherton
    Hopwood C P School, England

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  2. Jorja
    What a great idea to research and look at the Girls pets and find information and pictures about them. As you can read from Mrs Athertons comments the Girls are going to have a look at your post shortly and I am sure that they will love reading what you have written, it will be interesting to see how the information that you have located compares to the experiences that the Girls have with their amazing pets.
    Mr Webb

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  3. Hi Mrs Atherton
    I loved you student's comment's and those pet's did amaze me as we don't have them here in New Zealand I lope to hear from you again.

    Jorja room3 Auroa school Taranaki

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    1. You're very welcome and I like the addition of the new picture! I'll make sure Talitha sees your reply tomorrow.

      Mrs Atherton

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  4. Hi Jorja

    Your Bearded Dragon facts were interesting to read. By the way, do you find them cute? Some people do and some people find them horrifying!

    Mia
    Hopwood C P School, England

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  5. Hi Jorga,
    I'm glad you were so interested in my African Giant Land Snails to do research and a blog post on them, most people find them gross. They aren't as slimy as people think they are though.
    Keep blogging!
    Talitha
    Hopwood C P School, England

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  6. Hi Mia
    Im sure they are a great pet they do look cute exsept how big the claw's were do you cut the claw's? and how often do you cut them?
    Jorja Taranaki room3 Auroa

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    1. Hi Talitha
      Yea how slimey are they I would of thought since they are bigger then a usal snail they would have more slime
      Jorja Taranaki Auroa

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  7. Hi Jorja,
    I haven't cut my Dragon's claws because they aren't very sharp, to humans at least. By the way they are called bearded dragons because when they get annoyed the scales under their chin and round their head stand up and sometimes change colour, depending how cross they are! It looks like a beard. Yesterday I gave Danny a bath because I cleaned out her vivarium. Its a bit like bathing a baby. The water can only be shallow and the water needs to be warm but not too hot or too cold. It also helps them if they are shedding their scales.

    Mia
    Class 10, Hopwood C P School, England

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