The Sponge

By: Kira Quigley


Did you know that the stimulating sponge drinks about 64 glasses of water a day? This sort organism is quite compelling. Knowing the life cycle and how a sponge reproduces, their diet, and the appearance of a sponge will give you a much better knowledge of this sea creature.


Now that you know how this fabulous animal reproduces, appears to the human eye, and what it eats, you will have a much better understanding of this amazing sea dweller. Yes, a sponge is a squishy, unattractive, strange living structure. But, as you can see, there are several alluring things that you will find extotic about the sponge.

Think Tank

Test you're knowledge about the sponge!


Under the sea diorama
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Go Fish

I chose five different fish, a blue tang, a starfish, two clown fish, a puffer fish, and a shrimp. I spent $246.00 and had a budget of $250.00. I will need 9-11 gallons of water for my fish and I have a twenty gallon tank. I found that seahorses can be very expensive, up to $80.00! I made my tank Nemo themed! I got a volcano to remind me of the fish tank in Finding Nemo.

Chefs Corner

Chocolate Crackles

History: The earliest recipe of chocolate crackles was found from 1937



  • 125 g butter

  • 125 g sugar

  • 2 tablespoons honey

  • 4 cups rice bubbles


  1. Boil the butter, sugar and honey for 5 minutes.

  2. Add the rice bubbles and stir until all the rice bubbles are moistened (which takes about 1 minute).

  3. Spoon the mixture into small paper cases (If you don't have them you may roll them into balls).

  4. Set it in the refrigerator and serve when cool!

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The wonderful world of the sea sponges- The Abyss- BBc Wildlife