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  1. 1. • Name:Nicholas Yap Yong Xing• ID:0314715• Course:Foundation In Natural and BuiltEnvironment• Group:Z• ENBE Project 1:Representing Nature : TheHabitat Infograhic Poster
  2. 2. Reached “River Stone Eco Resort GOMBAK”
  3. 3. Start to exploring our site
  4. 4. Our site,we were measuring our 10x10site by using 4 wood branch
  5. 5. Animals and Plants I Found in forest
  6. 6. Introduction• Frogs are carnivorous ,and will eat bugs suchas fruit , flies , crickets , wood louses . Someother frogs may eat lizard , small fish .Some ofthe frogs’s skins varying in colour andpattern. Colour shades very among frogswithin a species . It is the skin that containsthe frog’s poison.
  7. 7. Characteristics• Frogs have the characteristics of two bulgingeyes ,strong legs , webbed hind feet that areadapted for leaping and swmming andsmooth or slimy skin.
  8. 8. Habitat• Frogs ‘s habitat is in or near ponds.This isbecause frogs spam in water
  9. 9. Introduction• Mimosa pudica also called sensitive plant.Thecommon name called sensitive plant,touch menot plant,humble plant and shamful plant.Thefoliage closes during darkness and reopens inlight.The leaves also close under various otherstimulu,such as touching,warming,blowing orshaking.The species can be a troublesomeweed in tropical crops, particulary are handcultivated.
  10. 10. Characteristics• Semi-erect or ground-hugging herb up to80cm tall,often forming a small bush.Heavilyarmed with small thorns. Leaves composite,sensitive and soft-textures.Flowers pale pinkto lilac,in stalked heads up to 2 cm indiamter.Fruits pod-like up to 18 mm long withprickly margins.Pollinated by wind and insects
  11. 11. Habitat• Mimosa plant grows wild in places with moist,rich soil and warm temperatures,usually inlawns and open field, and alongroadsides,ditches and thickets.
  12. 12. Frog’s hint leg
  13. 13. Funtion of hint legs• Webbing->to support swmming• Hint legs->Most frogs have large backlegs,which help thm hop from place toplace.But a few frogs that dig burrows havehind legs.
  14. 14. Frog’s tongue and mouth
  15. 15. Function of tongue and mouth• Toungue->muscular structure attached to thefront of the mouth which is extended to catchinsects (it’s food)• Mouth->traps insects to be eaten
  16. 16. Ecosystem of AnimalPlant->butterfly->dragonfly->frogPlant->bee->dragonfly->frogPlant->water strider->small fish->frog
  17. 17. Ecosystem of plantPhotosynthesis->memosa pudica->ant->bird->human beingPhotosynthesis->memosa pudica->caterpillar->bird->human being
  18. 18. 5Senses of frog• Smell like shit,rubbish• Tastes like chicken , fish• Sight-I saw frog jump• Hear frog crocking• Touched like rubber
  19. 19. 5senses of memosa pudica• Smell like hiderous smell• Tastes like herbal,vegetable• Hear(-)• Sight –normal plant ,flower colour is pink,Isaw memosa pudica after touching will close .• Touched –got small thorn
  20. 20. Making logo
  21. 21. Our Logo =]
  22. 22. Infographic poster with groupmembers
  23. 23. Infographic poster with me

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