This weekend I fed my opae'ula and they ate a lot this weekend. Now they are more active. They would swim all day! They would eatore then usual. I kept them in the same place I keep them and that is my room! Some mold came on my toothpick also. No opae'ula died. I still have 8 opae'ula and none of them breed
Today, me and the class got a care book for our habitat. Its all about the shrimp and how to take care of it. It is also about its life cycle, if its a ecosystem, anatomy, and its water temperature and the sun. Its also about how to feed it. You feed it with a toothpick. it tells what it eats and if it lives in salt or fresh water. It also tells you what might cause it if you do something bad to it.
Today, me and my class was contining
Today, me and my group are creating the water for our habitat. The items you need are; Water, Salt, bucket, gravel with algae on it, and glass bottle, and rocks. First, you put your gravel with algae on it and put it in a glass bottle filled with normal gravel. Then, you get your rock and put it in your glass bottle. Next, you mix your water and salt together. Then you measure your salt water. Next, you our your salt water half way.
Today, me and my group are preparing the gravel for the habitat. The items you need is a glass bottle, gravel, water, and a bucket. The first thing you have to do is put the gravel in the glass as seen in the slideshow. Then pour the gravel in the bucket. Next, you pour water in the bucket filled with gravel. Then, you stir. Wash it 3 to 4 times. When your done you pour the water out. Finally, you grab the gravel out of the bucket and put it in your glass bottle.
This is a photo of Opae'ula swimming in it's tank. In the background, you see Opae'ula swimming. Also climbing on the rock. The Opae'ula is swimming a lot because they are eating food called Spirulina. It also eats algae on rocks. Opae"ula are red shrimp that eat algae. the shrimp swim up to get its food. Some shrimp turn light color.