Watch the Siamese cat go through Natural Selection. Narrated by Mia!! :)
Hey guys! It's Mia again!
So many cats!! They loved their new home!
Why is she recording what Im doing? Am I famous?
Sadly, some cats died of starvation! 😔
Only the cats who were fast enough survived and got saved.
RAWR. Me want cats!
Long Ago, there lived lots of siamese cats. These siamese cats lived in Jamestown, where the pilgrims had their first voyage. Unfortunately, the cats got stuck with them and now they are living in the streets with no one to take care of them. Lucky for them, there are plenty of fat mice roaming the streets for them to eat.
har har I got the food!
The only problem was that they had to learn to share food with the sea animals like seagulls and other annoying birds.
Come back here fat bird!
Unfortunately, the pilgrims were having some trouble controlling their fire so the cat's home on the streets were destroyed. The cats had to leave before getting caught in the smoke, so they left and tried to find a new home. Sadly, the "new home" they were looking for had only bugs and insects so they lived off of that for a few days. Only to realize that bugs were not enough for their big diet.
The End! Hope you enjoyed my Natural Selection Project!
Little do these cats know, the pilgrims found out how to BUILD! They built many houses where the cats used to live, so the cats had to move farther away. Luckily, the new environment had a water resource along with fish. But, even with a good food resource and water, there were many dangerous predators. Bears sometimes came and attacked, so many cats were killed.
Mrs Vonberg- Thank you for making this an amazing year in 7th grade science! You made this year SO MUCH FUN! Hope to see you next year!
Soon after, the area where the cats called "home" no longer became home. The pilgrims got hungry and decided to go hunting. They found the innocent little cats and started to kill and eat them. The cats knew this environment was to dangerous so they decided to move over to the docks of Jamestown where the ships docked.