Monday, 2 October 2017

Holiday Blogging Challenge: Day 3 | Activity 2

Today I did the second activity of day 3 for the holiday blogging challenge. For this activity, we had to find a sea creature that is at Kelly Tarlton's, and create a DLO / Info-graphic about that creature. The creature that I chose was an Eagle Ray, and an Eagle Ray is a type of stingray, that's why there's Ray at the end of the name. Our Info-graphic needed to include, the diet, habitat, and appearance, but just for fun, I also added the scientific name of the Eagle Ray. All of my information was from the Kelly Tarlton's Website, and it taught me quite a bit about the Eagle Ray.


  1. Hi Jack,
    I did this activity too. I like the way you added a image of the Eagle Ray. I also like the way you did the attribution for the image.
    Great job!

  2. Aloha Jack, I did the same activity as you. The most thing I like about this poster is all the information you have wrote down. I also like the image you have attributed.

  3. Hello Jack,
    I like how you have based your sea creature researching on Eagle Ray. I didn't know that Eagle Ray can be found in the top of the South Island. I like the photo of Eagle Ray. I also like how you have attribute it. Keep up the great work!

  4. Hey Jack, I like how you included the scientific name for the sea creature you chose and how you attributed the image of it you have used. Great job!

  5. Hi Jack!
    Great job on doing this! I really like how you added in the scientific name in too. I have some questions though, was it really interesting to find all of those facts about the stingray? Was it easy to find the facts? And also, if you could would you have one of them as a pet?
    Great work on this!

  6. Hey Jack
    I have to admit, I have never heard of the Eagle Ray before. It looks really cool. The scientific name is really long. Keep up the amazing work Jack.

  7. Hi Jack. I really like your infographic you have added interesting facts and you have a nice layout. I chose the Short Tailed Stingray, and I found one thing in common between the two of them, which is they have exactly the same diet. Keep up the great work.

  8. Hi Jack,
    Interesting animal you choose. I really like your layout of your info graphic. It is very interesting and I like how you added where the Short Tailed Stingray's live. \
    - Zahra