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  1. Square of Life By Samantha and Sarah

  2. Animal Data • Pennsylvania • Ants • Flying bugs • Spider • Millipede Canada • Ants • Beetles • Flying bugs • Spiders • Worms • Bees and wasps • Lady bugs • Grasshoppers • Fruit flies

  3. Animal Data Conclusion In conclusion for the animal data we learned that in Canada there were more animals found including beetles, worms, bees, wasps, lady bugs, grasshoppers, and fruit flies. Although in Pennsylvania there was a millipede found in Pennsylvania and in Canada that was not found. When comparing the animal data we learned that the two different places found different species of animals in the Square of Life project.

  4. Plant Data • Pennsylvania • grass • Trees • weeds Canada • Grass • Bushes • Tress- Maple, Blue Spruce, Elm, Apple and Crabapple • Weeds • Grape vines • Shrubs

  5. Plant Data Conclusion In conclusion to our observations we learned that the Square of Life plant data Canada found more kinds of plants then Pennsylvania did. In Pennsylvania, the three kinds of plants were also found in Canada. In addition Canada also found bushes, grape vines, maple trees, elm trees, apple trees, blue spruce trees, crabapple trees, and shrubs. In Pennsylvania those plants were not found. When comparing the plant data we learned that Canada found more kinds of plants then Pennsylvania in the Square of Life project.

  6. Non-Living Data Canada • Big rock • Dirt • Plastic • Small rocks • A pencil • Pennsylvania • Dirt • Plastic • Small rocks

  7. Non-Living Data Conclusion In conclusion to our observations for the non-living data we learned that Canada and Pennsylvania had found similar objects in their Square of Life. Although, Canada found big rocks and Pennsylvania did not find any big rocks.