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Google earthgameexample 2

  1. 1. Art of Europe Dear Dr. Lensington: This bunny is 20 feet long. It lays flat on it’s back in Artesina Italy. It took five years to make. It’s made out of wool and stuffed with straw. It was made for fun and to climb on. You were also able to sit on it’s tummy. Sincerely, Dominick RuskBack to main hallway To view next artifact
  2. 2. Art of Southeast Asia Dear Dr. Lensington: In this prison they had a whole lot of strict rules. Prisoners with small cells were shackled to the concrete or floor, prisoners with large cells were shackled to the bars. They had to sleep on the floor with no mats, blankets, or mosquito nets. They couldn’t talk to each other. If they disobeyed they’re rules they would be beaten severely. Sometimes they were forced to drink human urine and human feces. They would check to see if they had anything to commit suicide with. Seven people committed suicide. Out of 20,000 people only 12 survived. Those are some of the prisoner’s in the picture. By Dominick RuskBack to main hallway
  3. 3. Culture of South America Dear Dr. Lensington: The maze is located in North America. 63 degrees F. No wind. 93% humidity. It’s going to rain. There a flash flood warning. By DominickBack to main hallway To view next artifact
  4. 4. Culture of Africa Dear Dr. Lensington: The reason they wore this jewelry is because in Ethiopia the men think that makes them beautiful. Only the women get their lip’s pierced. They get their lip’s pierced at the age of 9. It also made them more valuable. By Dominick RuskBack to main hallway To view next artifact
  5. 5. Culture of Europe Dear Dr. Lensington: Late Princess Diana lived in England. Her two political causes were she was against landmines and world wide poverty, the reason she was against landmines was because kid’s would go and pick berries in the field’s and get blown up. She was also against world wide poverty which basically means homeless. Those are the two political causes. By Dominick RuskBack to main hallway To view next artifact
  6. 6. Geography of Central Asia Dear Dr. Lensington: This boat is located in the Whampoa gardens in Hong Kong. Hong Kongese hang out here because it’s more than just a ship. On the inside of the Whampoa boat there is shopping stores,2 arcade’s,2 supermarkets, a cinema,3 schools, public transporter, a rooftop pool, and 88 towers of housing. It’s 110 ft. long. It floats on a former dry dock. It was build in 1991. That’s why Hong Kongese hang out here. By Dominick RuskBack to main hallway To view next artifact
  7. 7. History of Central Asia Dear Dr. Lensington: The purpose of these warriors was to help rule another empire in the afterlife with this guy named Shi Huangdi. They were buried with an emperor 247 years bc in China. They were built 246 years bc. They were found by a farmer who was drilling a water well in 1974 on the east side of Mount Lishan. The material they used to build the warriors is on that mountain. By Dominick RuskBack to main hallway To view next artifact
  8. 8. Science of South America Dear Dr. Lensington: This volcano is called the Ida Su volcano. It’s located in Costa Rica. It is dormant right now, but it is expected to erupt soon because the magma is moving around. You would not want to swim in this because it is very acidic, the volcano has a volcanic gas that is very green. By Dominick RuskBack to main hallway To view next artifact
  9. 9. Science of Africa Dear Dr. Lensington: This glacier is called the Furtwangler Glacier. It is located in Africa right on the equator. 82% of it has melted. It will be fully melted by 2020. If this glacier melts it will reduce water supply, and reduce tourism. By Dominick RuskBack to main hallway To view next artifact

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