Asked in Needs a Topic
Needs a Topic
In John Steinbeck and and ldquoThe Turtle and how does the turtle help the wild oat seeds in the story?
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Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Gardening
How long does it take turtle seeds to start growing?
Asked in Moshi Monsters
How do you get the turtle moshling of moshi monsters?
Asked in The Monkey and the Turtle
What was the plot of the monkey and the turtle?
The plot is that The monkey is sad and finds the turtle The monkey wants food The two of them plant seeds in the ground, for banana's The turtle's tree is well looked after, unlike the monkey's ( he mustn't have looked after it well) The monkey takes the ripe banana's from the turtle's tree and leaves turtle with the green ones While the monkey is having a nap after eating, the turtle gets some sharp bamboo and lays it out on the ground below the monkey ( the monkey had climbed the tree to get the banana's) and tells him that a crocodile is coming. He was so shocked that he fell out of the tree and landed on the bamboo, dying. The turtle lets the monkey dry up and then cuts him up and lets the other monkeys eat him The other monkeys find out they are eating one of their own and chuck the turtle in the water, leaving him sinking. The turtle comes out of the water with a lobster and the other monkeys are impressed and so they ask the turtle how he did it. * The turtle says he tied a rock to one side of a rope, and tied a rock to the other side of the rope, then he sank. The other monkey's try it and they never come out of the water. The story says that this is why monkey don't eat meat because they remember this ancient story.
Asked in Biology, Ecosystems, Biomes, Forests
What are some symbiotic relationships in a deciduous forest?
A symbiotic relationship occurs when unrelated species depend on one another for survival. For instance, in a deciduous forest, a common box turtle eats blackberries. The berries provide food for the turtle, and the turtle then spreads the seeds in its feces. This is an example of mutualism. Another example can be a rabbit seeking protection in a thorn thicket. The rabbit receives protection, and although the thorns do not receive anything from the interaction, they are not harmed either. This is an example of commensalism. A tick feeding on a deer provides food for the tick, but can cause irritation and possible illness and death for the deer. The tick benefits at the expense of the deer. This is parasitism.
Asked in Hamsters, Hamster Care, Hamster Health
Can hamsters eat turtle food?
Asked in Turtles and Tortoises, Care of Turtles
What kind of fruits in vegetables can a baby water turtle eat?
Baby water turtles probably will not eat many vegetables when young, but it's best to keep offering so they get used to the idea. Staple vegetables are: dandelion greens, green/red leaf lettuce, turnip greens. You can also offer: carrots, sweet potato, romaine lettuce, kale and squash. Fruit is not a natural part of the water turtle diet, but a little mango, papaya or cantaloupe can be given (meat only, no seeds or skin).
Asked in Biology
What are the different characteristics of a good seeds?