Outstanding Octopus

By: Angelo Celli


Imagine a 2-3 foot creature changing colors as it changes moods . One second it is ink black then when it sees its predator it turns red. Well, that is exactly what the Octopus does. This amazing creature has a very interesting form of reproduction, an amazing diet, and a weird way to move. The Octopus is very electrifying.


The Octopus is the coolest, stickiest creature in the sea.The Octopus has many amazing feature. Just like how it squirts ink to get away from its predators. I have no doubt in my mind that this organism has the most incredible form of reproduction,diet, and way to move. I think my new favorite animal is the Octopus.

Think Tank

This is my Quizzle it has ten challenging questions on the Octopus

Go Fish

For fish I chose 2 Bettas,1 African Catfish, 1 Botia, and one Dalmatian Molly. I spent a total of $191.01. I will need 19 gallons of water to keep the fish safe. I really liked this project. I loved it mostly because of the decorations.I recommend having a theme like history. This project was amazing.
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Chef's Corner

Chocolate Anzac Biscuits

These yummy treats are enjoyed after your meal and are made in Australia. I recommend trying them they are fantastic. The oats and chocolate make it have an amazing taste have fun baking.These treats have been established with army corpses and world war 1.
Ingredients: Makes 20 biscuits

100 g butter, chopped 2 tbsp golden syrup
1 ½ cup rolled oats
1 cup dessicated coconut
1 cup plain flour
½ cup firmly packed brown sugar
¾ cup caster sugar
2 tsp bicarb soda
2 tbsp boiling water
150g dark chocolate

1. Preheat oven to 165°C (145°C fan-forced). Line 2 trays with baking paper.

2. Heat butter and golden syrup in saucepan over medium-high heat and bring to a gentle simmer.

3. Meanwhile, place oats, coconut, flour and sugars into large bowl and stir to combine.

4. When butter/syrup mix has come to a simmer, combine boiling water and bicarb in small bowl (stir well). Add bicarb/water to butter/syrup, making sure you get all the bicarb in - the mixture will froth up.

5. Add frothing liquid to dry ingredients and stir to combine.

6. Roll mix into 20 balls (about the size of a golf ball) and place on lined trays, leaving space between each to allow for spreading Flatten balls slightly with palm of your hand.

7. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes, swapping trays on racks after 14 mins. Remove from oven and allow to cool for 10 mins on tray to firm up slightly before transferring to wire racks to cool completely.

8. Once biscuits are cooled, melt chocolate in microwave on medium heat for 2 to 3 mins, stirring every minute (or use a double boiler).

9. Place rack back over one of the trays and, using fork, drizzle chocolate in a fast back-and-forth motion. Repeat with remaining biscuits. Place in fridge to set and enjoy with a cuppa on Anzac Day (or any day of the year!).
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This is a picture of my diorama of the Great Barrier Reef.It has many animals living in the reef. One of them happens to be the Octopus which lives in warm tropical waters. Besides the Octopus their is many other very cool animals in my diorama.
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