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  • 1. NAME : CHEW UNG HENGSTUDENT ID : 0315397DESTINATION : RIVERSTONE

2. RIVERSTONE ( OUR VENUE ) 3. WE DO OUR EXPLORATIONIN THIS SITE 4. THE SITE THAT I CHOSE IN THERIVERSTONE 5. THE 5 SENSES OF THE NATURALSEE : There are various types ofPLANTS with differentHEIGHT. They look veryGREEN and NATURE.HEAR : There are CRICKETS andBIRDS SOUND.TASTE : The taste of the natural arereally FRESH.SMELL : The smell of the natural are reallyFRESH AND NATURALFEEL : The feeling of the natural is COLDand FRESH 6. SEE : THE ROCKS HAVE IRREGULAR SHAPE withDIFFERENT SIZES and DIFFERENTTEXTUREHEAR : The rocks produce a VERY LOW SOUNDwhen HIT by HAND as the rocks are VERYHARD.TASTE : The rocks are TASTELESS.SMELL : The rocks are SMELLESS.FEEL : MOST of the SMALLER SIZE rocks haveSMOOTH surface BUT MOST ofBIGGER SIZE rocks have ROUGHsurface .THE 5 SENSES EXPERIENCE S OFROCKS 7. THE 5 SENSE EXPERIENNCES OFSANDSEE : The sand is very TINY and IRREGULARSHAPE.HEAR : It didnt make ANY SOUND.TASTE : The sand is TASTELESS.SMELL : The sand is SMELLESS.FEEL : The sand BELOW THE RIVER is verySMOOTH BUT the sand on the land is VERYROUGH. 8. THE 5 SENSES EXPERIENCESOF WATERSEE : The water in the river look CLEARBUT a little bit SANDY.HEAR : The FLOWING SOUND produced bythe water in the riverTASTE : The water in the river is TASTELESSSMELL : The smell of the water in the river isSMELLESSFEEL : The water in the river is very COLDand FRESH 9. THE 5 SENSES EXPERIENCES OFLEAVES SEE : The leaves have DIFFERENTSHAPES and SIZES. Their shape areOVAL or LINEAR . MOST of theleaves are in GREEN colour.SOUND : When the leaves are blow by wind,their sound like NATURESMURMURING WHISPER.TASTE : The taste of the leaves have little bitBITTERSMELL : The leaves are SMELLESSFEEL : The surface of the leaves areSMOOTH 10. SPIDERZRULE BROWN RECLUSE 11. INTRODUCTION OF SPIDERZRULEBROWN RECLUSE Spiders are DIFFERENT from insects, but they have many things in COMMON.They do not have BACKBONES, they are invertebrate animals, they have jointedlegs, and they have EXOSKELETON. Spiders are ARTHROPODS. They have legswith many joints and a hard outer body covering called an EXOSKELETON. Spidersform the second largest group of arthropods with insects making up the largest group. They have POISON glands in their mouths that they use to KILL or paralyze theirvictims. They EAT insects, worms, and their own kind. SOME even eat fish, lizards,or birds. Indeed, all spiders are meat-lovers! MOST spiders produce silk and weave webs. Those are called WEB SPDERS. 12. THE FIVE SENSES EXPERINCES OFSPDIDERZRULESEE : Their size are MEDIUM among the SPIDERS. They have 8 LEGS and EYES.Sometimes, we can see they are WALKING on their WEB. They have BIGABDOMEN BUT SMALL HEAD.HEAR : The spider CANNOT make ANY SOUND.TASTE : It tastes MIXTURE OF CHICKEN AND COD , FISHY AND SHRIMPY.SMELL : Spider smells like DRY GRASS and DRY WOOD.FEEL : The spider has SMOOTH ad FURY surface. 13. THE STRUCTURES OF SIDERZRULEBROWN RECLUSEDorsal side Ventral side 14. HOW CAN SPIDER SEE ??Spiders usually have EIGHT eyes (some have SIX or fewer) but few have GOOD eyesight. Theyrely instead on touch , VIBRATION and TASTE STIMULI to NAVIGATE and find their prey.MOST are able to DETECT little more than LIGHT-DARK intensity changes which stimulatenatural web building HUNTING or wondering activities and raid movement to allow QUICKreaction against day time predators. Some spiders have MEDIAN eyes that can detectPOLARISED light and they use this ability to navigate while hunting. 15. HOW DOES THE SPIDER MOVE ? Spiders usually not using the BLOOD FLUID pressure or HYDROSTATIC pressurefrom their blood ( or HEAMOLYMPH ) to move their body. Spider use hydrostaticpressure to EXTEND their legs BUT muscles to FLEX the legs. Spiders walk byalternating TWO pair of legs. While two pairs of legs are in the air other two STAY onthe ground and SUPPORT the body. The amazing part of the spider walking is the spider are able to walk on bothHORIZONTAL and VERTICALS surface. The solution o this mystery is on theirFEET. At the top of spiders feet, they have special HAIRS that end with microscopicfeet that provide additional ADHESION on surfaces. This allows enoughTRACTION for spider to hold themselves up vertically even on the relativelySMOOTH surfaces.WALKING 16. Spider also RUNNING and JUMPING which requires much HIGHERhydrostatic pressure than walking. Spiders generally maintain relatively LOWhydrostatic pressure but when jumping they can generate up to 8 TIMES theirresting pressure. This means they can run very FAST and jump REALLYHIGHRUNNING AND JUMPINGHOW DOES THE SPIDER MOVE ? 17. HOW SPIDER CATCH THEIR PREY Spiders use a MULTITUDE of techniques to capture their prey.Most people will be aware of web building spiders and huntingspiders. Besides, there are also an other techniques spiders usewhich include AMBUSHING and even FISHING. 18. HOW SPIDER MAKE THEIR WEB The spider releases a STICKY thread that is blown away with thewind. If the breeze carried the silken line to a spot where it sticks thefirst bridge is formed. The spider cautiously crosses along the thin line reinforcing it with asecond line. She enforces the line until it is strong enough. After the first horizontal line the spider makes a LOOSE thread andconstructs with a second thread a Y-SHAPED line. These are the first three radii of the web. Then a frame is constructedto attach the other radii to. After the first HORIZONTAL line thespider makes a loose thread and constructs with a second thread a Y-SHAPED line. These are the first three radii of the web. Then a frame is constructedto attach the other radii to. After all the radii are completed the spider start to make theCIRCULAR threads. 19. HOW SPIDER MAKE THEIR WEB At first NON-STICKY construction threads a made. The distancebetween the threads is so wide that the spider can span the width withher legs. Finally the sticky thread is WOVEN between the circular thread. Whileattaching the sticky thread to the radii the construction thread isremoved by the spider. 20. DIFFERNCES BETWEEN MALE ANDFEMALE SPIDER SizeMost of the female spiders are almost always LARGER than males which isDOUBLE the size of males. Males have LONGER legs than females. Male spidersroam farther and more frequently than females. Males also have ENLARGEDmouthparts which is use to enlarged mouthpart to aid with SPERM TRANSFERduring mating. ColouringMale spiders more BRIGHTLY coloured than female spiders. Males often haveCOLOURFUL SPOTS or STRIPES RUNNING to attract the females. Males are alwaysmore patterned than females. The legs of a male usually MARKED by colourful stripes.Females are usually a brown, grey or blackish colour. 21. DIFFERNCES BETWEEN MALE ANDFEMALE SPIDER Lifespanfemale spiders live LONGER thantheir male counterparts. Femaletarantulas, for example, can live forup to 25 years. Male rarely livelonger than 10 years. 22. LIFE CYCLE OF SPIDERSPIDERS LAY FROM EGGSSPIDERS MAY LIVE FROM0NE TO TWENTY YEARS 23. DEFENCES OF SPIDER COLOURHARD for any type of predator to recognize what species itbelong to. TASTEThey wont be eaten by predators because they simply DONTtaste good FINE HAIRS ON THE BODY OF SPIDERThey may use their ABILITIES to flick hairs at the enemies. WEBThe webs of spider offer a natural type of defence for them. 24. COCONUT TREE 25. INTRODUCTION OF COCONUT TREECoconut tree usually veryTALL and THIN. Its height isabout 12-50 FEET. Coconuttree consists of longleaves, coconut fruit, flowertrunk and foliage. The leavesof the coconut tree are inGREEN colour.Coconut treealso has wooden root.Itusually grow beside the beachwhich the sand is very soft. 26. THE 5 SENSE EXPERIENCES OFCOCONUT TREESEE : The tree is very TALL and THIN.There are few numbers of coconut fruitGROW on it.HEAR: The leaves will produce some soundswhen blowing by the wind.TASTE: The coconut fruit tastes FRESH andSWEET.SMELL: The coconut tree is SMELLES.FEEL : The coconut trees body very ROUGHwhen touch by hand. 27. STRUCTURES OF COCONUTTREECOCONUT FRUITCOCONUT TREE 28. LIFE CYCLE OF COCONUTTREESSED > SMALL PLANT > COCONUT TREE 29. THE FUNCTION OF COCONUTTREE Coconut Roots can be use for beverage, dye stuff, and MEDICINEpurposes. Coconut Meat is a good source of PROTEIN and an effectivenatural laxative. It is also a SOURCE of other products such as cocoflour, desiccated coconut, coco milk, coco chips, candies, latik,copra, and animal feeds. Also used as a main INGREDIANT forsalad and other sweet delicacies. Coconut Water - are used mostly for re-hydration and kidneycleansing. Read more about Coconut Water Benefits. Researchers areeven still doing on going study on DIFFERENT products that can beproduce on Coconut Water to aid us. 30. ECOSYSTEM Ecosystem is a community where live by living things or evennon-living things that interact each other. The ecosystem maybe destroyed if human do not take care of them. As they linkstogether by nitogen cycle and energy cycle, so every living ornon-living things is playing a very important roles in maintainthe ecosystem. For example, there are few numbers of animalare going to extinct causes by the action of deforestation, sothe plant are the food sources for the animal to survive asevery living things need food to produce energy. In thenutshell, we should protect them so that it gives the advantagesto our next generation. 31. THANK YOU