Scientific method comic
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How will I ever find the the answer to this question
Those websites gave me a lot of information.
Fun fact: the black mamba is named after the color of it's mouth.
Harry loves snakes, and he decides that he is going to tell his entire class about the world's deadliest snake (in terms of venom potency) for his science project. The Problem is that he doesn't know which snake is the deadliest.
It was really nice of Uncle Charlie to let me use his lab, although, it is a bit weird that an ornithologist has so many vials of toxic snake venom.
Harry decides to Research what snake is the deadliest. He searches online on various nature and reptile websites. He also watches a documentary about snakes.
After his research Henry thinks and that he has a Hypothesis. He believes that the world's deadliest snake is the black mamba, a snake that appeared on many of the "deadliest" lists on the websites he visited.
Whooo hooooo! I got an A+ on my project. I'm going to use the scientific method on every project
Harry goes to a lab where his uncle works. Once there, he Tests his hypothesis by testing each individual poison's potency on separate rats. The different venoms come from snakes including the Black Mamba, the Inland Taipan, and the King Cobra.
After the death of the rats were timed and the experiment was repeated, Henry examined the results and conducted a thorough Analysis. He then recorded and graphed his data.
Harry finally Concluded that the world's most potent venom belongs to the Inland Taipan. This greatly surprised him because he had always heard that the Black Mamba had the most potent venom.
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