Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
interesting alex i like it that you've said that the monkeg was alive for 1,000 years keep it up:)
Hi we both really liked reading about this so called "monkey-bird" it sounds like a truly incredible creature we thourght the best feature was that is anphibias. from Charlie & Jacob ;)
Hello Alex,Your monkey bird creature seems to be very interesting. Having been found in the Amazon sets the scene well when you describe how few are now left. With human activity reducing the Amazon, this would be a problem for a number of species.Your description of the monkey bird is quite good. With the ability to fly, swing from trees, and dive in the deep blue sea, perhaps there are more than five left only waiting to be discovered.I hope you keep entering the 100WC.@RossMannell (Team 100WC)Teacher, NSW, Australia
That was a nice thing to say to Molly Alex and your pees of work is very good ;)
Hello Alex,This is a wonderful and well thought out descriptive account of your animal for the Night Zoo Keeper. I like how you have combined your imagination with known facts about the impact of human behaviour on rainforests and the animal kingdom.Thank you for sharing your work with the 100wc.Mrs Shaw(Team 100wc)
Awww! The beginning where you said that you hope he picks you as the monkey zookeeper was so sweet! Why did you want to write about a monkey bird? I loved your post! :D
Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.