Asian Longhorned beetle (Jeremy W. Chris S. Agil S.)

Asian Longhorned beetle (Jeremy W. Chris S. Agil S.)
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Jeremy is the biggest pussy

Storyboard Text

  • Hey!!! What's up? You all are about to have the time of your life learning about my life!
  • I'm super harmful to your ecosystem... So watch out!
  • COME OUT WHEREVER YOU ARE LONG HORNED BEETLES!!
  • DONT WORRY WE WONT EAT YOU!  *wink* *wink*
  • Where are we? Why is it so dark too? 
  • My fellow beetles! Come out! We're not home anymore!
  • One day, I, the Asian long horned beetle, reached Canada in 1982. Before that, I was in China with my buddies. Wait, you guys think that I’m from Canada, well you guys are wrong. I am not native in Canada and I am harmful to the ecosystem which makes my kind invasive species.
  • RUN MY FELLOW LONG HORNED BEETLES!!
  • BEETLES!
  • Originally, my great grandparents were from Korea and China. We had a rough time living in those areas because our predators who ate us such as lizards, spiders, scorpions, toads, and small mammals . It was usually a survival of the fittest back in my days.!
  • LIFE IS SO GREAT!
  • ITS SO PEACEFUL AND GREAT HERE!!
  •  We were brought accidentally to Canada. I remember how I got to Canada when I was young. I remember myself in some huge wooden crate with some of the other beetles. Then the crate opened and we saw daylight. We climbed out and we were on a ship! The ship took us to a place called Canada.
  • THAT'S RIGHT! THIS IS OUR AREA! FLY AWAY!
  • After many long years, we waited and then we made it to Canada. There, the workers saw us and were surprised. They came and almost destroyed us! Luckily, I and these other survivors went to this forest where we would start a new life.
  • Our species affected the ecosystems of Canada. We ate, lived, and made baby beetles in many healthy trees such as oak, maple, birch and willow. Life was great, we had a big food source and no natural predators. Then again, the native species were very affected! The arrival of us affected the food chain of the ecosystem that we came into!  
  • AGREED!
  • We reduced the number of native species in their ecosystem. We destroyed many tree species such oak and maple trees. We also reduce the amount of birds and small mammals in the ecosystems like the Blue Jay! So, as you can see we are a pretty bad bunch!
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