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Snappers_Edna Moyle

Location Cayman Islands School or Organization National Trust for Cayman Islands Website http://www.des.edu.ky/ednammoyle.cfm?subpage=330968

The mangrove snapper feeds mostly on small fishes and crustaceans. Its color is typically greyish red, but it can change color from bright red to copper red. All snappers at Edna M. Moyle Primary are empowered to become lifelong learners, confident enquirers, critical thinkers, effective communicators, technologically adept, ethical contributors to society that are respectful and appreciative of differences among people and prepared to contribute to thrive in an interdependent world.

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Types of Mangroves
Paris from Year 5, Edna Moyle Primary, drew her impressions of the mangroves growing in Grand Cayman's Central Mangrove wetlands.

posted: 2017-04-13 21:31:42

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Mangroves as Habitat
We saw a lot of fries and we saw birds. There was a manowar  and a swallow.We observed an upside down jellyfish. We also got to touch an upside down jelly fish! We saw a stingray that was swimming gracefully. Fish live by the mangroves because the mangroves protect them from predators.

posted: 2017-04-11 14:42:56

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Mangroves as Habitat
We saw a lot of fries and we saw birds. There was a manowar  and a swallow.We observed an upside down jellyfish. We also got to touch an upside down jelly fish! We saw a stingray that was swimming gracefully.

posted: 2017-04-11 14:37:54

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Types of Mangroves
Black Mangroves, White Mangroves and Red Mangroves.

posted: 2017-04-11 13:51:44

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Use Your Senses
It feels kinda slimy! Mandy demonstrates the upside down jelly fish on board the Sea Elements boat exploring the Central Mangroves with students from Year 5 of Edna Moyle Primary, Grand Cayman.

posted: 2017-04-11 00:51:34

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Visiting the Mangroves
Takira feels the upside down jellyfish while the rest of her group use the binoculars to spot birdlife in Grand Cayman's Central Mangroves. From Year 5, Edna Moyle Primary School, Northside.

posted: 2017-04-11 00:26:47

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Visiting the Mangroves
What  I  would do to protect the mangroves by not pulling the mangroves. The mangroves have been removed and they help  to protect fish but people distroy them to build land.

posted: 2017-04-10 17:03:48