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Mary Lillard Aquarium. Dear Aquarium Architects, We are opening a new aquarium at Mary Lillard Intermediate School. We plan to have a variety of animals for elementary students to visit.

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Mary LillardAquarium

  • Dear Aquarium Architects,
  • We are opening a new aquarium at Mary Lillard Intermediate School. We plan to have a variety of animals for elementary students to visit.
  • Your job is to design a habitat for one of the animals, describe the biotic and abiotic elements of the habitat, describe the flow of energy, and describe the importance of the carbon dioxide-oxygen cycle to the survival of the animals.
  • The animals that need a habitat designed are:
  • 6 penguins
  • 6 stingrays
  • 6 eels
  • 6 sea lions
  • 2 sea turtles
  • We look forward to seeing your habitat designs.
  • Sincerely,
  • Aquarium Committee
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Make sure you follow the rubric for the maximum possible score.

Research your animal carefully to know what biotic and abiotic elements should be included.

All pages must be neatly glued on your poster.

Your name must be on your poster.

All handwriting must be neat.

Use a ruler when drawing straight lines.

Do not use too much marker. It is often hard to read and looks messy.

The project is due March 19.

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