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Enbe project one

  2. 2. River Stone Eco Resort
  3. 3. Select Site.
  4. 4. Explore The Site.We use measuring tape to measure and then tie the ropes on the branches. We are alsousing photos and traces to record the significant elements on our sites.
  5. 5. The important points of the side.1. The trunk of the tree has been cutto collect rubber before.2. The rotten part of the trunk of thetree too.3. A new growing plant show a newbeginning.4. There are fishes between the rootsunder the water.1 234
  6. 6. Thick and coarseskinWhite spot on itCircumference120cmMarks left by knife-cuts
  7. 7. Circumference77 cmWhite spot on it.Rough skinAnt
  8. 8. When slice it, the inside is red.
  9. 9. When slice it, the inside is greenin colour.The color of every layer.
  10. 10. A feeble and powerless plant grows from the rotten area of thetrunk.New growing plant. (Grass)
  11. 11. Collecting Data.The surface of the Tree1is rougher than Tree2.
  12. 12. Plant SpeciesBluestem grass
  13. 13. Bluestem Grass Bluestem grasses are adapted to environment with high light intensities andhigh temperatures.Bluestem grass has speshal antibiodics in its plat to help it survive.Bluestem Grass divided into 2 variations that is big bluestem, little bluestem.Big bluestem grasses can grow up to 10 feet tall and little bluestem can grow upto 3 feet tall.The seed of bluestem grasses is chaffy and will not flow well unless it has beendebearded, a process which removes the chaff and hair from the seed. Female production ( Seed Production)Male production ( Pollen Production )
  14. 14. INSECT ( CREATURE )Dragonfly (Neurothemis fluctuans)
  15. 15. Dragonfly Dragonflies are efficient hunters. One dragonfly can eat 30 flies in a row and100 mosquitoes per day. Their compound eyes are very large and have up to 50,000 individual lenses.Their eyes can Touch Each Other. Dragonflies can fly at speed up to 30 miles per hour, 13.4 Meters/Second. Males mate right away because they only live between one day to severalweeks. Females live longer so they can lay eggs. Typically 500 to 1500 eggs are deposited.
  16. 16. Free ActivityEveryone has involve in the ‘Meeting Game’. We have fun in the river.From this activity, we know each other better and also grow our relationship.
  17. 17. Night Activity.We are asked to create our own group’s logo by the materials that we collect from oursite. Due to our group name ‘ Generation Y’ , we decide to create a logo with alphabet‘Y’ .From this activity, I realise that every single element in natural has its own uses anddifferent characteristics.
  18. 18. Final Site Observation - 5 SENSES EXPERIENCE SEE – I see a beautiful scene. The combination of river, trees, grasses,sand and plenty types of insects to form an incredible natural. The mostunforgettable scene that I have seen is the ant trail. There are many antsmigrate in order to find food.
  19. 19.  HEAR – Walked beside the river, I can hear the insects chriping andthe sound of water flowing
  20. 20.  TASTE – I have tried the taste of the water. It is fresh and cold. Thetaste has some differences with the mineral water, it taste betterand sweet.
  21. 21.  SMELL – I slice the root and smell it. It smell like vegetable.
  22. 22.  FEEL – I feel peace with the natural. Step in the river, I feel the waterflowing through my legs. The water is cold.
  23. 23. Interesting part. FishesThere are fishes with many variety of sizes at our site.Because of they shelter between the roots of the trees, so we can catch or capturethem. AntsI see a colony of ants migrate in order to find food. They queue up and form along line crossing the road. GrassI see a new growing grass on the rotten part of the rubber tree. Normally grassgrows on the ground, but this show that grass can be grew everywhere and it’s astrong plant.
  24. 24. EcosystemPOPULATIONSIZEThe diagram above show the relationship between population and size.The smaller the size of animal, the greater the population.Example: Ants have very tiny and small sizes but they are many in numbers.
  25. 25. END OF THE TRIP.