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Tropical Tank Reflection ½ Major Grade – Draft due Tuesday, 26 April Final Due Monday, 2 May . Your FINAL report should be TYPED, in 12 point Arial. You will be graded according to how well you elaborate. Tell me your story! should answer these questions:

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tropical tank reflection major grade draft due tuesday 26 april final due monday 2 may
Tropical Tank Reflection½ Major Grade –Draft due Tuesday, 26 AprilFinal Due Monday, 2 May

Your FINAL report should be TYPED, in 12 point Arial.

You will be graded according to how well you elaborate. Tell me your story!

  • should answer these questions:
    • Summarize in detail, your experience with your tank.
      • What biotope did you choose? Explain how you finally came to a decision.
      • What fish did you purchase, and why? How much did you spend?
      • What fish died? What fish survived? Give reasons for this.
      • How did your aquarium community evolve through the semester? I.e., what fish did you start with, and what fish have you ended with?
    • What did you learn?
    • What would you have done differently?
    • What would you have kept the same?
    • What questions remain unanswered, and given time, how might you go about answering them?
    • Compare and contrast your experience with the native tank to your experiences with the tropical tank. In your opinion, which was more educational? Which gave you more pleasure? Explain your answers.
    • What do you plan to do with your fishes once we take down the tanks?
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