Recently we have been talking a lot about getting a class pet. Currently we only have research from David. However, we have spoken about everybody being part of the process and taking action to help us find out the information we need to make an informed decision.

We now have an action timeline. Between now and the 20th, groups will be researching and planning a presentation. On the 20th you will present them to the class, showing that you have considered the following questions. If these are successful then we may get a class pet. This is your chance to make this happen. Here are your questions:

What do you need for the pet?

What do they eat?

How much do they cost?

What environment do they like or need?

Can you have one or can there be two?

What should you put into the environment?

What type of toys does it need?

How much is the continuous cost of care?

Does it need a lot of attention?

Does it need to go to the vet? Is there a vet?

How do we transport the pet?

What happens to the pet on weekends / holidays?

How big will it grow?

How long will it live?

Sydney
1/6/2011

Hi Andy,
I am going to start researching tomorrow.
Regards,
Sydney

julian
1/6/2011

leopard geckos eat crickets, meal worms, and wax warms


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