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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Random Update

First random update, since the first random update! I'm currently doing school work, kind of...... Actually I'm blogging with my school work on my lap, and my pencils in my mouth.  OK I spit the pencils out.  I should be doing math, and working on my project about Snakeheads.  Snakeheads are a type of fish by the way.  Big (some), Mean (most??), and quite common in some places! Giant Snakeheads have been known to attack humans, out of fear for their children, so I've heard.  People have been led to believe that snakeheads can walk on land, and live for 3 days! Yes, Snakehead have lungs, so do many other fish! They have lungs, and gills.  That way, they can live in low oxigen situations, such as very murky, dirty water.  Or shallow water with little oxigen.  Betta fish can do this also.  CHALLENGE:
Find at least one other way Betta Fish and Snakeheads are alike.  I'll probably know it, so I'll know if you're making it up.  :D

12 comments:

Wendy said...

Now I know why all of the pencils are all wet ;).

... I'll know if you're making it up. Who would do something like that??

Keet!! said...

I don't know, I just figured I'd make sure nobody decided to try it.

Meeeeeep said...

they are both from planet earth o.o

Meeeeeep said...

they are both labyrinth

Meeeeeep said...

they both swim

Meeeeeep said...

should i continue? XP even thogh 2 of mine are veeeeeeeery obvious

Deus Ex Machina said...

Neither is a mammal. Neither can fly. They both have eyes. They both have dorsal fins. Sing with me, "They come from the water, living in the water, go back to the water, turn the world around".

Keet!! said...

Please do continue Meep. Nobody has said the answer I am looking for yet!

Brooke said...

I like monkeys

Brooke said...

could you follow this book blog i made?

http://brookethebookworm.blogspot.com/

Brooke said...

I guess this :p

Wendy said...
Now I know why all of the pencils are all wet ;).

... I'll know if you're making it up. Who would do something like that??

February 16, 2011 10:16 AM

Keet!! said...
I don't know, I just figured I'd make sure nobody decided to try it.

February 16, 2011 10:18 AM

Meeeeeep said...
they are both from planet earth o.o

February 16, 2011 12:26 PM

Meeeeeep said...
they are both labyrinth

February 16, 2011 12:28 PM

Meeeeeep said...
they both swim

February 16, 2011 12:28 PM

Meeeeeep said...
should i continue? XP even thogh 2 of mine are veeeeeeeery obvious

February 16, 2011 12:29 PM

Deus Ex Machina said...
Neither is a mammal. Neither can fly. They both have eyes. They both have dorsal fins. Sing with me, "They come from the water, living in the water, go back to the water, turn the world around".

February 16, 2011 1:58 PM

Keet!! said...
Please do continue Meep. Nobody has said the answer I am looking for yet!

February 16, 2011 2:18 PM

Brooke said...
I like monkeys

February 19, 2011 3:14 PM

Brooke said...
could you follow this book blog i made?

http://brookethebookworm.blogspot.com/

February 20, 2011 9:00 AM

First random update, since the first random update! I'm currently doing school work, kind of...... Actually I'm blogging with my school work on my lap, and my pencils in my mouth. OK I spit the pencils out. I should be doing math, and working on my project about Snakeheads. Snakeheads are a type of fish by the way. Big (some), Mean (most??), and quite common in some places! Giant Snakeheads have been known to attack humans, out of fear for their children, so I've heard. People have been led to believe that snakeheads can walk on land, and live for 3 days! Yes, Snakehead have lungs, so do many other fish! They have lungs, and gills. That way, they can live in low oxigen situations, such as very murky, dirty water. Or shallow water with little oxigen. Betta fish can do this also. CHALLENGE:
Find at least one other way Betta Fish and Snakeheads are alike. I'll probably know it, so I'll know if you're making it up. :Dposted by Keet!! at 8:26 AM on Feb 16, 2011
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