Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Eating crikets

Have you ever eaten crickets before

well we did and it was really gross on Thursday and mud so Mrs stickland told we will be eating crickets with mud so we started eating it then my friend terry said I cant eat it smells then my Deniro
said i'm going to eat one then he did so when he did  he ran outside and spat it out then I ate one it was yuck but I swallowed it then my friend terry ate about 17 crickets and the people in our group was watching him.
Then we had ate all our crickets.           

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

6 facts about spiders

1.did you know There are around 40000 different species of spider in the world.

2.Most spiders make silk which they use to create spider webs and capture prey.

3.Hundreds of years ago, people put spider webs on their wounds because they believed it would help stop the bleeding. Scientists now know that the silk contains
vitamin K, which helps reduce bleeding.

4.The venom of the black widow spider attacks nerves by blocking their signals to the muscles, which causes the muscles to contract repeatedly and often painfully. Black widow bites can also cause other nerve-related problems, such as high blood pressure, restlessness, and severe facial spasms.

5.Giant Huntsman spiders have leg-spans of around 30cm

6.Spiders eat more insects than birds and bats combined.

food web

my spider