Feb 25, 2020

By Reagan Williams (age 9)

We are going snorkelling at Bushwillow School and each child will get to choose a species of fish that we see and we will get to study that fish. We will have to go in the water to choose our fish and then remember what it looks like so we can identify it.

The day arrived sunny and bright and off we went to the beach, I loved it and I saw so many different kinds of fish that it was hard to choose which one to study. I eventually nailed it down to one fish, it is the Blacktail. I did a poster on my fish, what it eats, what eats it, where it lives and I also learnt that it can change from male to female or from female to male at any stage in its development. We also need to do a presentation on our fish while showing our poster.

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