•Animal and plants are found.•The structure of the land is special•A small island is found at the middle of the site•Bushes are found at the site of the layout.
•Neon tetra found in small community aquariums.•Neon tetra has a spindle shaped body and a blunt nose.•Neon Tetras are highly prolific and have a minimumpopulation doubling time below 15 months.•They are egg-scatterers and do not engage in anyparental care.
Antagonistic action of W-shaped segmental blocks ofmuscles on both side of thebody.Tail swept fromside to side tobend the bodyProduce a thrust that pushfish forward
Pectoral fins used for steering• Change direction and act as brakePelvic fins used for balancing•Keep the fish steady by preventing diving and rollingenvironment.
1. Shrimps2. Insects3. Shelled creatures
Cap•Oyster or fan shaped, usually 2-10 inches across (5-25 cm).•Often grow in a shelf-like formation with overlappingclusters.•Smooth, with no warts or scales.•Usually white to light brown with firm, white flesh.•The gills are white, and are attached to and running downthe cap and stem.
•They may not have a stem. If they do it will often be stubbyand off-center if the mushroom is growing on the side of alog. If its growing on the top you will see a better developedstem.•No ring around the stem, and no sack around the base.•Flesh is white.Spore print•White to lilac-gray. Its best to make the spore print on adark background.
•Feed on dead material, case wood.•Grow on logs or sick dying trees•Found on deciduous hardwoods
Secret enzymes into environment to absorb the releasednutrients.
•The body of the fish is semi-transparent, easily seethrough the internal part of the fish.•The colour of the mushroom is white, has a big cap.
•The air is fresh.•The smell of the grass.
•The birds are tweeting on the tree.•The trees are swinging.
•The water taste salty.•The leaf taste bitter.
•The water is cool.•The sun is warm.
The fish lays eggs .Egg grow up andbecome yolk saclarva.After sometime, theyolk sac larva growinto a juvenile andfinally turn into aadult fish.The adult fish layseggs and the life cyclerepeat again.
•The mushroomreproduction by spores.•The spores germinateand become mycelium.•Mycelium growth tobecome mushroomprimordia.•Mushroom Primordiafinally growth tobecome a mushroomagain.
7.00am- We gather at Taylor’s University Bus stop.8.30am- We depart to Riverstone Resort.10.00am- We reach our destination10.10am- We move into our hostel.10.20am- We have a short brief session10.30am- We explore the forest and search for good spot forout layout.11.30am- We start to set up our site by the river.12.15pm- We have our lunch.2.00pm- We continue to explore our site. We take photo andsketch the layout of our site. We find many animals andplants here.3.00pm- We have water activities “meeting” and also race inthe river.
5.15pm- We go for a bath and change our clothes.5.40pm- We have our tea time.5.50pm- We have our own free activities. We enjoy ourselvesby playing cards.7.00pm- We have our dinner.7.40pm- We search for material to make our group logo.9.10pm- We gather at the stage of the resort to start our logopresentation.10.00pm- A new assignments is given by lecturer to all thestudents.10.15pm- We have our supper.10.25pm- We have tutorial session with own lecturer.10.45pm- We prepare ourselves to sleep.11.00pm- *Light off*
6.00am- We wake up to have a exercise.7.00am- We have our breakfast.8.00am- We continue to explore our site. We measure ourlayout depth length & etc. We also take some video for us tomake a documentary video.11.00am- We have our lunch.12.00am- We pack our luggage and prepare to take off.1.00pm- We depart the resort and on the way back to Taylor’sUniversity.3.00pm- We reach Taylor’s University.The End of our 2 days 1 night trip.