Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Wolf Documentary

Ah Wooo! That's a sound of a wolf it's called a howl. Do you know what a wolf is? A wolf is the largest dog in the family of dogs and it has a very pointy snout. The wolf species can come in different colours like white and gray. They are also apex predators meaning at the top of the food chain and have no natural predator but still they are exorbitantly endangered because of their regular appearance near humans and they becoming extirpated. In the following paragraphs there will be more information about the wolf species.

Like many animals the wolf's diet involves plenty of animals. The wolf is a scavenger so would eat almost any meat on the ground which has died by any other cause. Wolves would also hunt down elk, moose, caribou and deer. Besides large sized mammals the wolf would also feed on small animal species like hares, rabbits and beavers. Also the wolves are a very cunning animal and don't give up pursuit easily.
The appearance of a wolf is very similar to a dog. They appear to look like excessively large dogs and have pointed snouts. Adult male wolves weigh from 34 to 67 kgs that’s an average human weight and are 101 to 138 centimeters long from their nose to the tip of their tail. The wolves can vary from gray to white in fur colour. They have a thick, furry and long coat of fur. Most wolves colour varies because of where they live.  
Wolves lives in almost all continents, the Wolves that live in Africa, Europe and Asia are usually gray and brown and the arctic wolves have snow white fur. They live in long ranging areas and make it there territory. Wolves relatively live in all continents. Wolves lives in almost all continents, the Wolves lives in Africa, Europe and Asia. The wolves usually mate for life and give birth to their first litter in 2-3 years of age.
As you read in the paragraphs above the wolf is quite a interesting animal and has a lifestyle differnet to humans but some things we have in common are; There behaviour of caring and playing is extremely similar to humans because they care, play and stay together.


Tuesday, 14 November 2017

The Dodge ball Monkey

I Promise It's not what it looks like i was just playing dodge ball with my friends. My face looks startled because i was the last man standing for my team. I trundled the soft ball as i stared up into the vast sky. I Gripped the ball tight and aimed for the last man on their team and swoosh the ball soared through the air curved a slight and smashed the opponents stomach and he fell down, this all happened in one second. The game was over and the opposing team went out with shame and our team coalesced and sauntered out with our heads high not losing or streak of victories.

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Letter To The Prime Minister

Halsey Drive School
106 Halsey Drive
Rt Hon Bill English/Jacinda Ardern      Auckland
Prime Minister          1042
Freepost Parliament
Private Bag 18 888
Parliament Buildings
Wellington 6160

Thursday 21st September 2017

Dear Prime Minister,

Congratulations on your tremendously successful election campaign in 2017. I have been discussing the debates and rules every night very closely with my family. I know that you are remarkably tired after the election so this letter won’t be too long. I also know that you are smart, bold and are helping New Zealand to grow. You have covered mostly all the problems but unfortunately there is one issue. I think the voting age should be reduced from 18 to 16 yrs. So i hope you deem this and take action.

Firstly I think 16 year olds should be allowed to vote because they can start a job at the age of 16. If they do, do a job they will have to pay taxes and the money that is used to pay taxes from the 16 year olds goes to the government. So 16 year olds should be able to vote because they are paying taxes to a government that will spend there money for things.
Secondly I strongly believe that 16 year olds should be able to vote because they are more technology based and they are also grown up in a technology world. They are also more informed and have a larger future than adults. So therefore 16 year olds should be able to vote. On the other hand adults will say no to this argument but those 16 year olds would chat and talk to the family about who to vote for and will be able to chose for a brighter future for them.

As clearly stated from the reasons above I hope you will let 16 year olds vote in the next election. I hope you have read and considered my argument and take action.
Your Sincerely Hemish