HOW TO RAISE A FISH CAPABLE OF WORLD DOMINATION BY: DYLAN LETTIE
INTROHello!My name is Ingleburt! I am a small medaka ﬁshthat is currently in preparation for WorldDomination. Please enjoy a report on my ﬁrst fewdays of life in the world!
DAY 1On the ﬁrst day of arriving into the classroom, i wasjust 28 hours old and at stage 18 of my developmentMy heart beat was not yet visible, but my heart wasunder going mass development at this point
DAY 2On day two, i was 46 hours old and currently onstage 23 of my development. Everyday i get closerand closer to hatching. At this stage you can start tosee the blood pumping around and my mouthbeginning to move. My heart beats about 160bpm atthis stage
DAY 3On day 3, i was at stage 28 of my development andwas currently 78 hours old. My heart is beatingaround 110 beats per minute and major parts of mybody are forming, such as my brain. Also, you cannow see the beginnings of my eyes
DAY 4On day 4, i was about 102 hours old and at stage 30 ofmy development. You can see pink blood in my eggnow being pumped around. My heartbeat is about140bpm at this point. You can also see my urinarybladder beginning to form!
DAY 5On day 5, a lot was happening, you can see the shapeof my body now. I was about 122 hours old and onstage 31 of my development. You can see my yolksack in this stage and also you can see my tail curledup in my little egg.
DAY 6On day 6, i was 116 hours old and at stage 32 of mydevelopment. I was very close to hatching. My heartrate was about 129 and you can now start to see someof my ﬁns. Also, real red blood is now visible, Howexciting!!!
DAY 7 On day 7 i did not know it, but, i was just 15 hoursaway from hatching. I was at stage 35 and was 200hours year old. My heart rate was about 121 beats aminute
THE DAY HAS COME!!!DAY 8 (THE HATCHING) FINALLY!!! On day 8, i emerged from my shell andtook my ﬁrst few swims of life! It felt amazing toﬁnally get out of that cramped egg and get to swimaround. I began exploring my petree dish, which isoon found to be extremely cramped.