Monday, April 11, 2011

The big release party is tomorrow.

This is a picture of our field lab that we temporarily set up here at Tomoka State Park. Everyone of those bags on the tables behind Dr. Warner are filled with lizards. Tomorrow we will paddle them out to the islands and release them in their new homes.

35 comments:

  1. Mr.Reedy those are a lot of lizards. where exactly did you find them all? do you really need that many izards?

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  2. How many bags do you have full of lizards?

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  3. is this the lab you work in

    is it a lot of work

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  4. well if the lizards are wild, isnt it typical that while there in the bag they might get into a fight ??

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  5. how many people work in this lab with you?

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  6. How long will the release party last and about how many lizards will be there?

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  7. Mr.Reedy how many hours did you spend recording the lizards and putting them into bags?

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  8. Mr. Reedy:)

    Dont you get tired of doing the work?

    Do you take time for yourself?

    Are you happy with all the work?

    We miss you; well i doo

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  9. what kind of different things do you do in the lab with the lizards?

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  10. How many lizards do u have in every bag, males and females???

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  11. how many partners do you have working on the experiment?

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  12. What new information did you learn Mr.Reedy?

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  13. who many lizards are in each bag?

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  14. how many hours did you spend recording the lizards and putting them into bags?

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  15. has any lizards sufficated while being in the bag?

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  16. How can you leave Dr. Warner all alone with all that work! >_< :).

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  17. Ana Karen CardenasApril 15, 2011 at 6:31 AM

    Thats a lot of lizards!

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  18. How has Alexis helped with the experiment?

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  19. where is the other scienetist, alexis? and what has she foud? and has she found anything unusual/ strange?

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  20. Griselda Rodriguez 1st periodApril 15, 2011 at 6:34 AM

    Wow so many lizards how were you able to catch all of them? And sort them in diffrents bags? This look like a lot of hard work.

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  21. how many bags do you leave in each island.?
    how many lizards are un each bag.?

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  22. Were you exited when you release the lizards? Did you cry? Or were you happy?

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  23. Did any lizards die anytime?

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  24. I was wondering.. since you guys in there.
    What do you eat?
    You're living habits?
    oh wait..

    They're the same because you go back to florida correct?

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  25. Nikki Solis 2nd PeriodApril 15, 2011 at 7:26 AM

    Is it fustrating having to go back &+ forth all the time?

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  26. Elizabeth MartinezApril 15, 2011 at 7:49 AM

    That seems like a pretty roomy lab. Did you guys listen to music while working?

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  27. Looks like a superb working/research area!

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  28. Wo Hong Wu (3rd period)April 15, 2011 at 7:53 AM

    Have the lizards been kept inside the bags since they were caught? Do they eat any food while they are in bags?

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  29. sorry, but im just curious, is that a lucnh room? And also how were you able to get a lab so big like that?

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  30. Collecting all those lizards must have taken a lot of dedication and hard work!

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  31. how many will be in each home?

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  32. did any of the lizards that you captuered died before you guys released them?

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  33. How many hours woulld you spend working in the lab?

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  34. was this part of your work area?

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