Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Tracking Animals

In our reading Henry is teaching Tim to fly. 
20 000 Canada geese are jockeying for position to gain speed for flight. Watch Grant's Getaways

Wetland Wanderings

Canada Geese
Then paired with Animal Trackers

Were reading non-fiction articles, from the Science World magazine. "Animal Trackers"  Scienceworld
Biologists fit wild animals with tracking devices.

They attached two trackers to a great white shark. They named her, Lydia. You can find out more about her . . . Tracking Lydia

Where is Lydia?
DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions in complete sentences.
1. According to the article, why are great white sharks endangered?
2. Why didn’t scientists anesthetize Lydia when they brought the shark onboard the boat? 
3. Describe two tests scientists did on Lydia while the shark was on the boat. 

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