The Pirates story

The Pirates story

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  • Months before the great journey the great pirate knew he wanted to travel the world and experience the terrestrial biomes first hand. He was on a journey to find a suitable biome to live in.
  • Aye, aye sir!
  • Avast ye hardies! Onward to the unknown land of thy coniferous.
  • Shivering diamonds its cold here. Mates I'm ready to leave the coniferous and head someplace where though can be warmer.
  • Aye, aye sir, we will set sail for the Libyan Sahara desert as soon as the sails are raised.
  • I don't see a lot of biotic factors here, where are all the animals?
  • Aye sir, many animals in the desert are nocturnal, but there are a few that are diurnal. Like the elf owl, see how he is resting in the shade of the cactus. He is trying to get away from the scorching sun. The elf owl is doing that because he is mainly active at night.
  • Well I don't like it here. We shall head home immediately.
  • Why can I only see one tree and lots of really tall grass? This is no place for a pirate to live!
  • We are in the grasslands where the tall grass provides protection and food for the fauna.
  • Arr, I wish I had seen an aquatic biome before we had to go home.
  • Aye sir, look all around you, there is an entire saltwater biome in front of your very eyes.
  • Zzzzzz...
  • After the long voyage, the pirate returned home to the deciduous forest where he decided to live "Pirately Ever After". The End. Phil, time to go to bed.
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