Cool Clams

By: Idhant Khosla

Introduction

Did you know that a clam’s size ranges from 0.004 of an inch to 4 feet? These underwater creatures have a super interesting diet, life cycle, and appearance. These bivalves diet is outstanding in many ways.

Closing

Clams truly do have an unbelievable diet, life cycle, and appearance. As you can see these animals are amazing. Hopefully these amazing creatures never become extinct and will be able to show af their diet, life cycle, and appearance.

Infobytes

Poem

Read this poem to be en-lighted by facts about this great underwater creature.

CLAMS

By Idhant Khosla


Clams are

beatiful under

water mollusks.

These bivalves

have an average

life span that

ranges from

20-100 years.

This out-of-the-ordinary

creature ranges from

0.004 feet of a

inch to 4 feet.

Truly amazing

these animals are!
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Word wall

Look here for this one of a kind world wall filled with knowledge for my organism, the clam.
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Diorama

Look at this beautiful diorama to learn about many underwater sea organisms
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This diorama has many organisms such as the seahorse, clam, plankton, the hammerhead shark, tuna, crab, swordfish, and starfish. This diorama has a deep blue background to describe the sea and a yellowish-gold to describe the sand. There is also some shells on the bottom to describe an underwater seen.

Go fish

I chose one black ghost knife fish which will come up to be around 20 inches. In total for my fish I spent $189.89. I am going to get a twenty gallon tank for $32.99. This fish is a carnivore and is semi-aggressive, so he will be alone. I am going to get a fish soccer goal, a Greek ruin, a Krusty Krab, and a LED volcano. I will have $60.11 left over after buying everything
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Chef's corner

Read about this delicious biscuit from Australia. Hopefully if you ever have time you can make this great treat.
Anzac Biscuits Australia



Ingredients * 1 cup quick cooking oats * 3/4 cup flaked coconut * 1 cup all-purpose flour * 1 teaspoon baking soda * 1 cup white sugar * 1/2 cup butter * 1 tablespoon golden syrup * 2 tablespoons boiling water .


Directions * Mix oats, flour, sugar and coconut together. * In a small saucepan over low heat, melt the syrup and butter together. Mix the soda and the boiling water and add to the melted butter and syrup. * Add butter mixture to the dry ingredients. Drop by teaspoons on greased cookie sheets (or baking paper). * Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 18 to 20 minutes.


Anzac biscuits are associated with April 25 because that is Anzac Day. These crunchy biscuits are a commemoration of the people in the the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) who fought in World War ll. These biscuits were made by wives during the war and sent to the soldiers.

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Extra

Watch this video to see that clams are not meant to just be eaten and have a purpose