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L’uomo nella natura. Seconda fase. Jellyfish.

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  • These are jellyfish. They move with ocean currents, but also by using a jet like propulsion through the water. They squeeze their bodies to force out jets of water from their bodies. Jellyfish sometimes move in groups. They catch small fish and zooplanktons.

Sara Sladić, 6.b.

  • Octopuses have two eyes and four pairs of arms, usually covered by suction cups. An octopus has a hard beak, with it’s mouth at the center. Octopuses have a relatively short life expectancy and some species live for as little as six months. Octopuses are highly intelligent.

Josip Cigić, 6. b.

  • Io sono una bella penna. Mi trovo nel profondo del mare, su una pietra. Ci sono molti pesci allegri intorno di me. Tutti si stanno preparando per la danza del mare chiamata ‘L’azzurro’. Avete conosciuto il mio amico Riccio?

Sara Petković, 8.b.

  • A good dolphin lives in the Adriatic Sea. Older dolphins are 2-4 metres long. They are gray and have a big mouth. Dolphins live up to 50 years. They eat other fish and crabs.

Jerko Radovčić, 6.b.

  • Polpo e’ il membro della famiglia dei molluschi. Ha otto braccia che possono raggiungere una lunghezza fino a 3 metri. Polpo e’ ben adattato alla vita del cacciattore e del predatore, perche’ ha un’arma segreta.

Paško Granić, 7. b.

alga corralina
Alga corralina
  • I colori di queste alghe sono piu’ tipicamente rossi. Alghe coralline svolgono un ruolo importante nella ecologia di barriere coralline. Molte sono incrostate. Queste alghe possono vivere a 270 metri di profondita’. Esistono dal primo secolo dopo la nascita’ del Gesu’.

Nikolina Perković, 7. b.

  • Shark is one of the most dangerous animals in the world. Its jaws are really dangerous. A White Shark can kill a whale, too. Scientists have discovered big sharks called Megalodon. They can be 50 metres long and live in undiscovered underwater world.

Marino Skorić, 6. b.

  • Seahorses are lovely ‘people’ of warmer seas. There are 54 species of seahorses. A seahorse eat all the time. They are cute and you can see them in groups.

Ivan Živković, 6. b.

  • A seahorse is swimming. It has got weird skin. It is orange. It swims in the dark sea. I think it is tired.

Roko Petković, 5. b.

  • Io sono il polpo. Ho otto gambe. Vivo nel fondo del mare. Mare e’ la mia casa. Sono coperto con i pulsanti.
  • There are two dolphins here. One dolphin is jumping in the sunset. The dolphins are happy.

Ariana Kuvač

Margarita Rajčić, 5.b.

  • This is my seashell. She is very happy. She has the sun and the sea. She is hanging out with her best friends – pearls. They are talking about sports.

Ante Bolanča, 5. b.

tartaruga marina
Tartaruga marina
  • Io sono una giocosa tartaruga di mare. Sulle pinne ho lentiggini neri e la mia corazza e’ marrone. Ho una figura snella ed elegante. Io ballo in ritmo delle onde nel mare azzurro e chiaro. Tutti gli animali ballano con me.

Vinka Letica, 8.b.

  • Questo e’ un calamaro. Esso e’ un cacciatore. Ha cinque gambe e due sono grandi per cacciare aterine. Ha due occhi grandi e sembra un alieno. Sa come camuffarsi bene.

Ante Periša, 8.b.

mediterranean monk seal
Mediterranean Monk Seal
  • It is one of the most endangered mammals and probably the rarest seal in the world. It was first scientifically described in 1779 on the basis of carcasses.

Filip Stipaničev, 6.b.

  • They live in seas, oceans, rivers, …everywhere. They can be in many different colours. They eat planktons. They breathe with their gills. They are covered with scales. The scales are usually covered with a layer of slime to help them move through the water.

Paola Jović, 6. b.

  • A seahorse is a type of fish. It is called a seahorse because it looks like a horse’s head. Seahorses are unique because the males carry the eggs in a pouch on his belly. A seahorse swims vertically. It is a poor swimmer. Most of the time a seahorse holds to seagrass with its tail.

Tonko Reskušić, 6.b.

  • This is a pearl. It is so beautiful. Women like pearls. This one is black and shiny. Pearls can be very expensive.

Antonija Crnogaća, 5. b.

  • Il mio amico polpo ha otto gambe. Ogni giorno mangia tanti pesci. Lui e’ il miglior cacciatore nel Mare Adriatico. Secondo me, lui e’ molto gustoso.

Zvonimir Marko Škugor, 8. b.

  • I love this fish a lot. It is diffrent but I love that. I think it has got a lot of friends. Maybe one day it will have little fish. It lives in a beautiful, clean sea.

Ester Šuša, 5. b.

  • Sono un calamaro. Sono il cacciatore pericoloso. Sono matto per acciughe. Sono coperto di puntine. Ho molti complessi per il mio aspetto.

David Bara, 8. b.

  • This starfish is orange. It has five prongs. It’s funny. It has got yellow spots. It’s beautiful.

Fedra Šakić, 5. b.

sea urchin
  • This is a sea-urchin. He can sting people. He isn’t very fast. He is round. He can be dangerous.

Ivan Đaković, 5. b.

  • Sono il polpo. Il mare e’ la mia casa. Molti non mi amano perche’ lascio il nero. E’ per difesa, nient’altro. A me non interessano maldicenze. A me piace la bellezza del mare.
  • The sun sets behind the sea. There is a lighthouse, too. The sky is red. There are small waves. The sun will soon disappear.

Mislav Ivić, 5. b.

  • Il mio pesce e’ un artista. Il mio pesce e’ di mille colori. Questo pesce ha un amico ricco. La casa del pesce e’ bella. Questo pesce si chiama Leonardo da Pesce.

Dario Baranović, 5. b.

  • This octopus has a huge head. She has got many hoops. It can merge with the environment. In this picture she is very deep under the sea surface. She is very colourful.
  • Io sono una bellissima stella di mare. Ho cinque gambe e sembro di avere tanti crosti. Sono aranciata e piccola. Mi trovo nel fondo del mare. Ho tanti amici, pero’ qui sono sola. Tutti gli amici mi vogliono bene.

Stella Bašić, 8. b.

  • An octopus is a cephalopod. It has got two eyes and four pairs of arms and legs. It lives in oceans. When it is in danger, it ejects ink. An octopus is eatable.

Lucija Friganović, 6.b.

  • Corals are located on coral reefs and are usually red. we can get a lot of different jewelry from corals. In Croatia, the sea around the island of Zlarin is rich with corals. I think corals are beautiful animals and their look adorn the seafloor.

Domina Ćurković, 6. b.

  • Whales live in oceans. They eat planktons. On top of his head he has got an opening through which he breathes. It is called a sprout. He swims with the help of his big tail. He is a mammal.

Kata Mrdeža, 6. b.

  • Io sono il fabbro o il pesce San Pietro. Vivo nel Mar Adriatico. Ho sei spine. La mia famiglia preferisce mangiare ma io preferisco esplorare.

Iva Perković, 8.b.