Sunday, April 3, 2011

Hard at work.

It is 11:54 pm and we just finished our work for today. We caught around 70 lizards today and checked on lots of clay models. After dinner we started measuring lizards and we are now calling it quits for the night. We'll be back at it early in the morning. Looking forward to the first skype call tomorrow.


  1. Questions from Mr. Reedy's 2nd period class:
    1. Do the predators notice the different scents of the clay models and real lizards?

    2. Have you found "that red lizard" (rare) you were talking about?

    3. Have any of the clay models been attacked?

    4. What have you been eating?

    5. Have you gone to sleep yet?

    6. Has a lizard bit you yet?

    7. Do you miss us? we miss you!

  2. 3rd period zoology :)April 4, 2011 at 8:06 AM

    Period 3 questions:

    1. What problems have you faced while doing your experiment?

    2. Have you caught any more lizards today (monday)?

    3. How many hours of sleep have you got?

    4. Have you tattooed any dulaps yet?

    5. Have the clay lizards gotten any bites yet?

    6. What other types of interesting animals have you seen while there?

    7. How is life living in a tent?

    8. Are mosquitoes a big problem there?

    9. How far are the clay models placed away from each other?

    10. How big are the clay models?

    11. How did you pick the location of the clay models?

    12. Have you caught any lizards with deformities?

    13. Does the color on the clay lizards matter?

    14. What are the eyes made of on the clay lizards?

    15. What are you eating? Where are you getting it?

    16. We miss you more than the other classes

    17. Have the islands changed since you were last there?

    18. Are the clay models harmful to the animals that eat it?

    19. Can you describe the 5 different habitats the models were placed on?

  3. 3rd period zoology :)April 4, 2011 at 8:11 AM



  4. Elizabeth MartinezApril 11, 2011 at 8:24 AM

    your should really get enough sleep so that when ur at work ur not sleepy

  5. Skittlez (Victor B): Wow u guys look really serious that dont break noting.

  6. Sal Jahen 3rd P. ZoologyApril 13, 2011 at 8:59 PM

    -Is this the type of work I should be expecting for the summer?… if it is man I can’t wait… something to do all day and night its looks like the lack of sleep is worth it

  7. Who is the one incharge of the schedule? Did you ever thought of giving up?

  8. How big are the height of the lizards when usually measured?
    Do majority of them weigh the same ?

  9. Do you have to clip there toe nails or mark them?