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Nathan Manraj a trip to the zoo

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Education      Technology

Transcripts - Nathan Manraj a trip to the zoo

• 1. A trip to the zoo!!!
• 2. A trip to the zoo!!! By Nathan and Manraj
• 3. Contents Page• 3. Bus Cost• 4. Zoo Cost• 5. When will we leave and arrive• 6. Educational Talk• 7. Two Zoo Animal Show• 8. Fuel stops• 9. Bar Graph• 10. Kiwi Facts• 11. Blue Duck• 12. Credits/Acknowledgement Page• 13. End
• 4. Bus Cost
• 5. Bus Cost• There are 99 people altogether. 81 students and 18 adults/teachers. It cost \$5.30 each person. It cost \$524.70 altogether (524.70/99=5.30).• How many busses will we be needing? We will be needing about 3 busses because there are 99 people altogether and about 40 people can sit in a bus and so 80 people will ﬁt in 2 busses and the rest 19 people will go in the 3rd bus.
• 6. Zoo Cost
• 7. Zoo Cost• The zoo entrance was \$11 each for childrens and \$22 dollars each for adults. For 81 children the total cost was \$891 (11x81=891). For 18 adults it cost \$396 (22x18=396). So the total cost was \$1287 (396+891=1287).
• 8. When will we leave and arrive.
• 9. When will we leave and arrive.• We will be leaving school at 9:30 am and arriving at 9:55 am. We will leave the Auckland Zoo at 1:30 pm and arrive at 1:55 pm.
• 10. Educational Talk
• 11. Educational Talk• At 10:10 am we will go to a special room in the Auckland Zoo and we will do a educational talk for about 15 minutes.
• 12. • At 10:30 am we will go to the giraffes and see a show of the zookeepers feeding them. It will be 25 minutes long.• At 10:55 am we will go to the hippopotamus show of them playing in the mud. It will be 25 minutes long.
• 13. Two Zoo Animal Shows• At 10:30 am we will go to the giraffes and see a show of the zookeepers feeding them. It will be 25 minutes long.• At 10:55 am we will go to the hippopotamus show of them playing in the mud. It will be 25 minutes long.
• 14. • At 11:20 am we will be having our ﬁrst fuel stop near our bags.• At 12:30 pm we will have our refuel stop at the same place.
• 15. Fuel Stops• At 11:20 am we will be having our ﬁrst fuel stop near our bags.• At 12:30 pm we will have our refuel stop at the same place.
• 16. This is the map of the zoo
• 17. Lion Tiger Penguin Seals Other
• 18. Bar GraphLion Tiger Penguin Seals Other
• 19. Bar Graph Favorite Animals in Kakapo 1 75.25 3.51.75 0 Meerkat Lion Red Panda Tiger Blue Duck Penguin Otter Seals None Other
• 20. Lion Facts
• 21. Lion Facts Lions Lions are the second largest cats. Male lions weigh 180 kgs when females weigh 130 kgs. The heaviest lion weighed 375 kgs.The lion can go 81 kph but not for long since they lack in their stamina.  A roar of the lion can be heard 8 kilometers away. http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals/lion.html
• 22. Lion Facts Lions Lions are the second largest cats. Male lions weigh 180 kgs when females weigh 130 kgs. The heaviest lion weighed 375 kgs.The lion can go 81 kph but not for long since they lack in their stamina.  A roar of the lion can be heard 8 kilometers away. http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals/lion.html
• 23. Kiwi Facts
• 24. KiwisHow many kinds of kiwis are there?There are only 5 different species of Kiwi Facts kiwis. Do kiwis stay in groups or do they live alone? Most kiwis live in pairs. Do kiwis migrate?When a kiwi is a adult it goes ﬁnd a new place to live and spends its whole life there. Can Kiwis ﬂy?No they cant ﬂy because they have got no wings. What is a Kiwis diet?A kiwis diet is worms, spiders, bugs, grubs, fruit.
• 25. KiwisHow many kinds of kiwis are there?There are only 5 different species of Kiwi Facts kiwis. Do kiwis stay in groups or do they live alone? Most kiwis live in pairs. Do kiwis migrate?When a kiwi is a adult it goes ﬁnd a new place to live and spends its whole life there. Can Kiwis ﬂy?No they cant ﬂy because they have got no wings. What is a Kiwis diet?A kiwis diet is worms, spiders, bugs, grubs, fruit.
• 26. Blue duck
• 27. Blue duck
• 28. Blue duck A blue ducks Maori name is Whio.It is a unique threatened species of waterfowl endemic to New Zealand. There is a picture of a blue duck on a New Zealand ten dollar note. It has appeared in early stages of evolutionary history.Male blue ducks can live up to 12 years and females a bit shorter, about 10 years.
• 29. Credits/Acknowledgement Page• Auckland Zoo• National Geographic• Science Kids• Google Images• http://www.doc.govt.nz (blue duck site)
• 30. The End
• 31. The EndBy Nathan and Manraj
• 32. The EndBy Nathan and Manraj