Black Mamba. By: Min Ji Kim Molly Dawson. There are many beautiful Snakes as these. But we chose Black Mamba. How We Got Interested. Min Ji:
By: Min Ji Kim
Snakes as these
But we chose
I was interested in snakes because I like to learn about the things around me, and God’s creation. Min Ji and I were both so interested in snakes and so we decided to do a partnership for this project. At first we didn’t know where to begin there were so many snakes so many different interesting creatures. The first snake that caught our eyes was the Blue Malayan Coral Snake. It’s brilliant colour was mesmerizing, but unfortunately we could not find very much research so the Blue Malayan Coral Snake wasn’t an option for our project. Min Ji and I started to look for different snakes and even though The Black Mamba didn’t have mesmerizing colors it was exactly what we were looking for in a snake. The Black Mamba has strength, speed and is one of the most venomous snakes in the world next to the Inland Taipan. The Black Mamba has so many amazing features and hopefully everyone can all learn some of them from our presentation.
First, we found a lot of general information on the Black Mamba on internet sites. For example, where the Black Mamba lives, what they eat, etc.
Second, we borrowed four books about snakes in the Clearbrook Library.
Third, we found that the internet sites weren’t to our expectations, so we dug deeper and found a Black Mamba expert, TheaLitschka – Koen.
Fourth, we called Thea and she answered us and she also sent us an email with extra information.
If you are close enough to kill a snake,
it is most certainly close enough to kill you!
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