The Pacific Manta

By: Max


Post Finished project Here

  • (AFTER you complete the notes below!)


Notes: Physical Description


What does this animal look like? Be sure to name unique characterstics of your animal!
  • flat body
  • bat like form
  • very very heavy



Does your animal always look the same, or does its appearance ever change? (From baby to adult? From season to season?)

  • teeth grow bigger
  • wing like fins grow bigger

Does your animal's appearance protect it in any way?

  • besides being big no

Notes: Habitat


Where does your animal live?

  • in the south and north pacific
  • and no were alse
    map of area of habitat
    map of area of habitat
    Pacific Ocean, North
    Pacific Ocean, North

What is that place like? (Forest, desert, water, weather?)

  • largest body of water in the world
  • freezing water

Is that place always the same? Does it ever change? How?

  • the place stays the same all year round



Notes: Food Chain


What does your animal's food chain look like?
krill.jpg

Does your animal prey on any other animals? If so, name them!

  • krill, plankton, shrimp, and other small fish.

Does your animal have any predators? If so, name them!

  • sharks, sharks, and more sharks



Notes: Life Cycle


How does your animal's life cycle begin? As a baby? An egg?

  • It starts as an egg and is never laid intill the eggs hach inside the mother.
  • Then they are born alive.

What changes does your animal go through to become an adult?

  • It changes by growing there wing like fins out and grow larger.


I Wonder Questions (and answers)

  • add questions here. Make sure each partner has at least 2 of their own questions and answers. For question prompts check here - questiontypes.pdf.
  • challenge - add bulleted answer underneath each question



Resource #1: Title of book, website, or encyclopedia here

  • What kind of resource was this? Book, website? article?
  • Who was the author of this source?
  • What page did you find your information on, or what is the website URL?

Resource #2: Title of book, website, or encyclopedia here

  • What kind of resource was this? Book, website? article?
  • Who was the author of this source?
  • What page did you find your information on, or what is the website URL?

Resource #3: Title of book, website, or encyclopedia here

  • What kind of resource was this? Book, website? article?
  • Who was the author of this source?
  • What page did you find your information on, or what is the website URL?

Image Credits


Example! http://frishman10.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/Life+Cycle+of+a+Kangaroo