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Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
Elements of natural and built environment 2
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  • 1. Name : Tan Chuu YeeID : 0315097Course: Foundation in Natural and BuildEnvironmentGroup : ZENBE project 1[Nature]
  • 2. Our destination –RIVERSTONE ECO RESORT
  • 3. MyGroupOfENBE
  • 4. Start to select our site - -This is our SITE
  • 5. Start to exploring our site -• We were measuring our 10x10 site byusing some branch.10x10?!
  • 6. First day activity -Meeting TimeIt is a interesting meeting thatcreated by our lecturer Ms.D. Weenjoy it eventhough it was tired.This game had make our relationbecome closer and closer.
  • 7. Obstacle CoarseObstacle coarse is a challenging game that organized by our lecturer.We need to complete our mission through this game. It can learn many thing by using brainstorm.Waoh..
  • 8. Night activity – Create a Group Logo by using nature materialFirst logo wecreateFinal logo wedone
  • 9. • Rajah Brooke’s Birdwing, was first describedin 1855 by a British naturalist, Alfred R.Wallace in Borneo.• Rajah Brooke birdwing is the nationalbutterfly in Malaysia.• We almost can saw male Rajah Brooke’sbirdwing but the encounter with female RajahBrooke’s birdwing is very rare.• The ration between male and female was1000:1. Then, Rajah Brooke’s butterfly is aprotected species.What I see?What I taste?• Water of river is tasteless.What I touch?•Soft and smooth.5 SensesWhat I hear?What I smell?• I hear a cricket sound fromhere.• The air is fresh at our site.• The fragrance of flower.
  • 10. The End
  • 11. Modal of Info graphicBenefits of plants andanimals in ecology.
  • 12. Why?PollutionRubbish in junglecan affectecosystem1. What is affect?2. How is our eco-system affected?
  • 13. I found Butterfly at here.I found died cat fish athere.I found mushroom at this site.Pollution at here.Found cricket at here.Flower I founded.
  • 14. Bunga Senduduk•I found that Bunga Sendudukhave the capacity to becomeweedy, and have become noxiousweeds in Hawaii and other areas.• It can also become medicine forrecover cough and make a bodylotion. But in a last two days of aflower bud produces a ratherstrange than usual.
  • 15. Female will lay around 50small, round, white eggs are laidon the plant.•Slip in mineral rich water, as theyrequired sodium and potassium to activatetheir adult behavior.•Often seen congregating at riverbanksand mud puddles.
  • 16. TrogonopteraBrookianaSpecific Name
  • 17. 4 sensesMelastomaSpecific Name
  • 18. It has about 50 speciesdistributed aroundSoutheastAsia, India, andAustralia.
  • 19. Ecosystem-A communityand its physicalenvironmenttreatedtogetheras a functionalsystem.• Butterfly lay egg on the leave• The eggs hatches and become caterpillar• Caterpillar eat the leave and become chrysalis• Last, the chrysalis become butterfly

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