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Amelia & Jessies Cockroaches

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Keynote about Cockroaches

Keynote about Cockroaches

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  • 1. COCKROACHES Made by Amelia and Jessie
  • 2. Contents Survivors The Ultimate Escape Artist That’s Stinky Night Workers Before The Dinosaurs Photo page The final ending
  • 3. Survivors A Cockroach does not die when it loses its head. It can live for a week without its head! Cockroaches can live for a week without water and a month without food. And there not fussy eaters. They’ll eat just about anything!
  • 4. Ultimate Escape Artists A Cockroach can run up to 5 km an hour. Just imagine a Cockroach running along beside you! It can squeeze through a gap the thickness of a ten cent piece. Cockroaches brains are spread right along one side of its body.
  • 5. That’s Stinky There are around four thousand different types of cockroach in the world. NZ has a native one, The Kekerengu is nicknamed “The Stink Roach”. This is one of the smelliest! There are so many different types of cockroaches in the world from every country.
  • 6. Night Workers All Cockroaches are nocturnal, so they sleep in the day but are awake at night. They sense things with their antennae and their little hairs on the back of their legs. If you try to sneak up on a cockroach the little hairs will feel the movement of the air.
  • 7. Before the Dinosaurs • Entomologists (the people who study insects) think that cockroaches were scuttling around the earth more than 350 million years ago. • That’s about 180 million years before the Dinosaurs! • Some people think cockroaches are good at keeping their species alive!!!
  • 8. PHOTO PAGE
  • 9. THE FINAL ENDING Thank you for watching our Keynote on Cockroaches. We hope you have learnt lots about Cockroaches, and that they are incredible,not creepy.

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