We had plenty of enjoyable throughout Younger Explorer Week 1! Themes that we explored included lobsters, seals, seabirds, sharks and marine particles. Because of the contributors for a terrific week! Beneath are just a few pictures of the Younger Explorers in motion.
Taking a look at lobster larvae whereas doing the lobster scavenger hunt across the aquarium.
Studying about lobster exterior anatomy. Do you know that lobsters may be left-handed?
Exploring the intertidal zone.
Making a subject information of animals collected whereas on the seaside.
Lobster day included different marine arthropods, reminiscent of this sea spider.
Aquarium animal scavenger hunt.
Seal feeding time!
Investigating how salt lowers the freezing temperature of water.
A sideswimmer discovered beneath the seaweed.
The Younger Explorers have been excited to seek out rock gunnel fish!
Watching the Bay of Fundy Fishes tank being fed.
Figuring out and observing seabirds, together with this storm petrel.
How do seabirds keep dry?
Making a marble painted seabird nest.
Utilizing splatter portray to create a seabird egg.
A inexperienced crab discovered beneath a rock on the shore.
Investigating electrical energy whereas discussing shark electroreceptors.
Within the lab learning shark enamel from totally different species.
We had an opportunity to watch the black enamel on this clam worm.
Exploring a tide pool.
Conducting an experiment to study shark’s oily livers and buoyancy
A feminine inexperienced crab with an egg sac.
Stunning sea urchin take a look at!
Shock! There is a diver within the tank.
The Younger Explorers even bought to ask him questions.
Watching the ocean raven being fed.
Creating artwork from marine particles.
The Younger Explorers have been very artistic with the marine particles artwork.
An artwork piece produced from lobster bands.
Does the plastic merchandise float or sink? What marine animals might encounter this marine particles?
We ended off the week with a seaside clear up. The Younger Explorers did a terrific job!