The Amazing Blue Whale

By Ethan Brown


Imagine an animal with a heart the size of a Fiat. This animal is a blue whale; possibly the biggest animal to have ever roamed the planet. The blue whale has an incredible life cycle, body structure, and diet.


It is no surprise that these enormous young are 7-8 meters long and about 3,000 pounds. That means that, already they are some of the biggest animals ever! I believe that blue whales have an astonishing way of life, amazing inner and outer structure, and stunning eating habits.

Blue Whale Quizzle

This is a blue whale Quizzle. It is a ten question quiz that is based on my research.
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Under The Sea Diorama

This is my picture of an under the sea diorama. It includes a blue whale, a fish, coral, seaweed, another fish, a sea snake, a starfish, and one other fish.
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Go Fish

I bought two Black Ghost Knife Fish for Go Fish. I spent a total of $123.64. I need 20 gallons of water in the fish tank. Each Black Ghost Knife Fish is 10 inches long.

Chef's Corner

Chef’s Corner

The history of Australian food is very interesting and the food is very good. Crocodile meat is a white meat with a juicy and tasty flavor. Surprisingly, crocodile is low in fat and high in protein! It is becoming a more and more popular food in Australia. The history of crocodile is actually very short. It has only been popular since Mick Dundee ate it in the movie Crocodile Dundee. It has only been popular for a few years.


500g Crocodile tail

2 Tsp ground Lemon Myrtle

Serve with a light asian salad or prepare this Radish & Cucumber Salad

Peel then slice half a daikon radish into ‘slightly larger than matchstick’ size pieces.

Cut half a cucumber the same but discard the centre keeping the skin on.

Place in separate bowls and salt them with a generous amount of salt and let sit for 10 minutes to extract the liquid.

Now wash off the salt with some water and marinate the daikon in the 2 tbspns soy sauce and 2 tbspns brown sugar and roast on a tray for approximately 15 minutes at 180 degrees.

Wash the cucumber and toss through the cooked daikon radish.

The Crocodile

Gently roll the crocodile in Lemon Myrtle lightly covering the outside.

Cut into bite-sized medallions and grill each side in a hot pan being careful not to over-cook.

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Chef's Corner

Chef's Corner is research about an Australian food. I chose to research crocodile meat.