Science - Interesting facts... Both in English and Spanish
hi miss flourencei htink that creater is a type of piojo or of cucarachavale g olivos
Hi Miss Florence,It's a louse! Those creepy creatures which bother us on our heads(if we have). I think that you put this post because today they gave us a note in which it talked about the lice and that we had to revise ourselves. Luckily, I have short hair so I hve less danger of having them. Some information about the lice is: Most lice are scavengers, feeding on skin and other debris found on the host's body, but some species feed on sebaceous secretions and blood. A qustion about them is: How is it that they have sons, they put eggs on your head after chewing your head's blood?Is the blood the element for them to have eggs as mosquitos? Hope you know,See you,Axel G
Hi Miss Florence,In case you don't receive my comment on lice, here you have what I wrote:Hi Miss Florence,It's a louse! Those creepy creatures which bother us on our heads(if we have). I think that you wrote this post because today they gave us a note in which it talked about the lice and that we had to revise ourselves. Luckily, I have short hair so I have less danger of having them. Some information about the lice is: Most lice are scavengers, feeding on skin and other debris found on the host's body, but some species feed on sebaceous secretions and blood. A question about them is: How is it that they have sons, they lay eggs on your head after chewing your head's blood?Is the blood the element for them to have eggs as mosquitoes? Hope you know,See you,Axel G
Vale, you need to expand... Axel, RIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hello Miss Florence I think you put this because people are going to come to school to look if we have lies. You told us in class that you where going to put photos of them to see how digusting they were.Bye Marina 6b
Hi Miss Florence!It is a louse!!! They are creepy and disgusting. They live in your head like little creatures. It lives in your head an it makes you want to scratch your head. If we go to the swimming pool with louses the people that get in too will have them to. Because they fall out of your head and they expand in the water so the one that gets close to that "zone" they get that little louses. Their eggs don't make us scratch our heads but sooner or later they are not more eggs and they are louses. Girls have a lot of hear so we have a bigger percentage of getting lousesSomething very intresting is that Bob Marley died becuase he had a lot of them so there are some species of louses that can kill you.I think that you placed this post on the blog because at school we have swimming so we need to take all this louses out of our heads to go to the swimming pool. The other day, on Friday they gave us a note for swimming because of them. Our parents or us ourselves have to see if we have louses and take them out of our heads and then our parents have to sign a paper.KissesCaro B.
Hello miss Florence,I think this is a lice or nits because of its colour. I dont have a lot but when you have them in my head they bother a lot!. I think you posted this post because we have to be ware of them and pass the comb.The characteristic symptoms are:A tingling sensation of something moving in the hair. Itching, caused by an allergic reaction to stings. Irritability. Injuries to the scalp caused by scratching. These lesions can become infected. Lice are usually housed in the scalp, behind the ears and near the neckline at the back of the neck. Head lice hold onto hair with hook-like claws they have on the end of the leg. Head lice are rarely found in other parts of the body, eyelashes or eyebrows.There are three forms of lice: the nit, the nymph and adult.Nit: Nits are lice eggs head. Are hard to find and often are confused with dandruff or droplets of hair spray. Nits are firmly attached to the hair root. They have an oval configuration, generally, its color is yellow to white. Nits require a week to become lice. Nymph: The nit hatches and becomes a little louse called a nymph. It looks like an adult head louse, but is smaller. Nymphs mature into adults in about 7 days after incubation. To survive, the nymph must feed on the blood of the person. Adult: The adult louse is about the size of a seed sesame, Has six legs and its color is brown to gray. In people with dark hair, the adult louse looks darker. Females lay nits and they are usually larger than males. Adult lice can live up to 30 days in a person's head. To survive, adult lice need to feed on blood. If the louse falls off the person usually dies in less than two days. Happy Weekend!Ana (6a) Olivos
hi!!!!!I think that you wrote this comment for us to take notice of thoose creatures can de to us an so we know what some of us have on our heads...nickyb
Hi Miss Florence I think that horrible creature is lice they are small bugs that jump to our heads . They lay eggs that usully take a week in turning into the lice . They suck are blood and make us scratch our head . byeLARA
Hello Miss florence,This creature is a louce, if you have them they bother you, they live on your hed and drink your blood. This make your self scratch your head and apart of that it looks horrible. The people might move away frome you because this tini creatures jump frome one het to anothe so if some one in the school has one it leaves nits(eggs) and in 7 days the nits grows into an adult and all the school has liece. Thats why they gave as a note with instructions if we have liece.Keep on posting!!!!!!!!!LOVEAGUS
Hello Miss Florence:I think that those horrible creatures are lice, they live in our head and they suck our blood. I think you post this picture because of the note the sschool. Great post. See you in class!!Felipe 6B
Hello mrs FlorenceI think it is a lice and what it does is that it takes blood from your head and they live in your hair.ByeFran.R
I think this is a lice that terrble and nasty thing that bothers us in our head. They can kill our selfs. They can have sons and they also chew our blood. I Think you posted because you wanted to show us how they are and to take them of our headNicola 6a
Hi Miss FloranceOh! It is a horrible cretature that atacks our heads and live eggs that make our head hich alot. This is a plauge specially in childrens heads. The name of this disgousting animal is called louse.... I am 100% shure you put it becasue of the LICE POLICE it will be in school. This animals suck a little tiny beat of your blood. They like warm weather,and they suck other creatures blood. I hate them so much. They lay eggs in my hair thanks god I take them out quikly, you only can treat with them if you cut your hair, you go to a olace where they take you the lice or you come your hair everyday after you have a bath with the peine fino. The greatest percentage of lice are scavengers. I hate those terrible creatures!!! Did you know that every night they put around 250 eggs!!! jeje thy never get tired....I enjoyed searching.KissesYour studentValen P. 6A Olivos
Hi Miss Florence,OH MY GOD!!! ITS A UGLY LICEEE!!!! I know it lives in the people's head and that it sucks blood... EWWWW!!Ok... that was ugly... Anyways, the other thing was that the lices can jump 3 times more than it's self!!! I imagine one just now.... EWWWWW!!Alina
hi mis florencemy horrivel creature is the snake because i have him a lot of panicbye byebauti.m
Hello Miss Florence!I think that horrible creature is like a louse, that walks on our heads, and takes our blood away. I hate them! they are horripilant. It is a very ugly insect or animal I don´t know what that thing is and I don´t want to have any louse in my head..Happy Wekend.!Hugs and KissesBelu B. 6B olivos
Hi Miss Florence!I think it is a louce!, They are horrible, when I was small, (3-4 years old) I have some louse, my mother each night was with the "peine fino" waiting me. I shouted but my mother do it all the same!see you laterflor
Miss Florence,I am with vale I also think is a tipe of piojo or a cucaracha I don't know very wellartu elsztain
Hello Miss Florence,I think it could be a type of: lies, it's a louse, just like lies but most horrible and creapy, really.I think you put this in the blog for us to notice what creatures live in our heads.Lucia l. 6a Fleming
Hi Miss Florence, Maybe this creater is a tipe of insect. Maybe is like a big lice. But really is a strange animal. Bye Bye See you Juli M. 6B
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