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Hello my name is kayla and i go to melville intermediate school hamilton new zearland i think every part of you video is GREAT
dear zachwetas can not be pets because they can hurt you.also they eat decaying leaves. they are related to crickets and live only in nature reserves. they are rare because rats and mice eat them.from owen melville room 5
Hi i am Levi and i am from Melville Intermediate .I didn't know that the tuatara was prehistoric .All i new that they were cold blooded .I think it is great to see these new things about the NZ .From Levi Melville IntermediateHamilton New Zealand
Dear Sophia tuis are really common so we see them a lot.the tuis song contains a lot of sqawking. the bellbirds song sounds nicer than the tui but they sound extremliy nice togetherfrom owen p.s the bellbird lives in the south, the tui in north and south islands.
Hi I'm Kane its really cool how your learning about New Zealand animals. My favourite animal is the kiwi.Room 5Melville IntermediateHamiltonNew Zealand
dear taylortuataras have been around since way before the dinosaurs.they are rare because people kidnap them and try to smuggle them over seas.another resin is globil warming cause there are more males than females cause the males develop in a warm egg and for females its the oppisit! so in a few years time we`ll have too many males and when they will die tuatara will be extinct!from owen
New Town 2nd Grade SuperstarsWe loved your videos and watched them in class this morning. We have a data projector hooked up with our speakers so we played them to the entire class. We loved watching them as we liked the videos from last week. We listened to them all and found your accents a little different. We had to listen carefully to make sure that we heard the information. We dont really keep Weta as pets and they are a little uncommon, although most students here have seen one. We do have Tui's here and the City Council is undertaking a big project to try and increase the numbers of Tui in our city. They would be uncommon but most of our students would see them about once a year. As for Hangi, which was Julias video most of our students have eaten Hangi. We've had them as class or school projects or fundraisers in the past, we haven't had one this year I dont think. Thank you so much for your efforts and learning about New Zealand. We loved hearing about them and some of our students learnt information about our own country!Mr Webb and Room Five, Melville Intermediate, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.melvilleroom8.blogspot.com