Thursday, October 21, 2010

The Tarantula

Poucing to catch its prey the delibrately slow marching tarantula patrol though the derest . Lying in wait the tarantula bends down and get ready for action. Showing its mighty razor sharp fangs it sucks all the yummy juice out of its dinner. The tarantula drags his victim back to its home.

The Habitat Of Tarantula's

While lying in wait the tarantulas spiky fans drip with venom waiting to ambush his victim. Its hairy legs crawl under the cover of darkness striking its unsuspecting prey. Tarantulas are a powerful hunter who stalk and sneak lurking for its dinner.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010


The venomous arachnid lays down a silk web, like a trapdoor, outside its burrow and pounces to catch its unsuspecting victim. The tarantula waits and lurks in its habitat under the cover of darkness. This venomous but powerful hunter waits patiently for its next meal. His fangs penetrate the victims body the venom poisons his dinner.

Friday, October 15, 2010


The honey bee flit their wings as they fly into the sky they collect precious nector As bees fly from one flower to the next they zigzag and buzz in to the sky.Each bee will land on to a sun flower and suck the nector up through their tongue

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Honey bees information

Collecting precious necter, Honey Bees appear out of control, buzzing and spinning, from one flower to the next. As they flit their wings, pollen falls from their spiky legs, helping more flowers grow. Necter is a valuable food for bees and is used to make honey by them.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010


The Honey Bee buzzes and spins like a yellow and black blur as it flys to a sun flower to collect pollen. Buzzing and spinning as if it is out of control, its 4 wings cover half of its body. The wings flit so fast that the bee's body is all blurry. Pollen is like seeds that help flowers grow and provide bees with nectar.