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I Page 1411 Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Burner Bulletin Burner, Texas It can shrink to fit through a tiny crack. can lose an arm and grow it back. It lays about 50,000 eggs and has eight arms, or are they legs? WHAT IS IT.9 There are more than 150 species of octopus, all with eight tentacles. These soft-bodied invertebrates (animals without a backbone) range in size. One species is no What's Missin The most deadly Build Strength predator is the mora, It can slip into the same Strengthen your legs, arms Glawial Octopus crevice where the octopus and torso with these exercises ........ hides. Its strong jaws can each day. In 1999, biologist Sonke Johnsen discovered tear off an octopus' a deep-sea octopus called Stauroteuthis tentacle! ~ syrtensis that has developed glowing If an octopus suckers on its tentacles. ~ ' loses a tentacle This species lives about 2,500 feet down in it can grow a the Atlantic Ocean. Scientists in a research replacement submarine were able to Find the octopus capture several of these that has only seven ')~i~ small octopuses which tentacles. are about the size of a fist. Stand straight up with your Standard Link: Life Science. Visual Discrimination. Counting. arnls extended. Slowly raise , , " In the laboratory, away from your left foot out to one side. .. 5 ~ the sub's bright lights, they Balance on one leg that way ;saw the tentacles glow blue-green, for 10 seconds. Repeat. MORAY Find the words in the puzzle. then in this week's Kid Scoop Johnsen says. INK stories and activities. BIOLOGIST S U C K E R S B IN GLOW SUBMARINE U O C E A N M I V E SUCKERS B A C K G D O O R P DEEP M T N T L E R L E A bigger than your thumb, OCTOPUS A I B G O E A O R C Stand up straight and extend while the Pacific giant GIANT " -- "" I "" P .... I your arms out to ~e side; " ' AT'''"I" K A i w x ~ t~ Kotateyourarmsmsmau octopus grows to oe ten , ~ru,~ t ~ circles Gradually increase the or more feet from the tip BACK ' I T E A N S U I T F size of the circles " ou make of one tentacle to another ..... - ' Y ' and can weigh u to 50 DANGER N D A N G E R S A I p pounds. , OCEAN E C A T L A N T I C PACIFIC .......... I 4 9 ~T7. ~-'-nds~ LI~: L~er ~lue~"r~. ~'~i~'lderl~.,si lO 11 * ~ ~ 1 . _ ~l~/~k words. Skim and scan reading. Recall spelling patterns. " 10 3 a 7. .5 le. .- ;13 " 14 6 15 18 19 ~1 ~~ ~~~~ Connect t;le dots to , I find out what is chasing VAV I NI ' N3o " " - " the octopus! A .31 ...... . JlJk StenderdeLInk. Eye-handcoordlnetion 26 29e I:::lgnt OT a I~lna St.nrl ..... ;{rhtwith ..... 38 II 3 "~oo 234- 33 Standards Link: Life Sci .... Recognize that animals adapt to different places. ,I Look throu g h the newsppa er for eight ()8 I hands on your hips. Rotate ,,i I 38 I pictures or words of each of the following: I your upper body as far as you I . . . can in each direction 10 times, , food animals as smoothly as possible I Octopus Hlde md-$eek o .-,..o .,o,, .,., .oo I I . --...~..~...~.'~,.~ ,.~ _ --., i...,..,,.,~. ....,. I~,..,.,.....~, . The octopus can change color whenever ~,:'~ ~ .... T"-,,~,am"ImwII "- ...... r- Ir-----'-~m--~'--'- I I it wishes. Danger causes it to turn pale ,__ @ I z-o,gn numb s Ii 11~ i I and excitement causes it to' blush." Its skin i lk i [ ] ]i I I is covered with bumps and warts. To hide, ~ ~ o I II '.,,,~lr~ I | an octopus can not only change its skin 11 It ill L c?O I II iI I color, it can also raise and lower o i II I i its bumps to make itself warty I[(_ IV I-- - - -' ' ; - .... - II | i orsmooth. 11 -111 I i Certain kinds of octopus can ~ II ""3 v ' 'VlaM' Ill i I become almost ansparent and I I Pretend you have a oet octoous. I I I Pl yo, ogetho, and I i nearly "disappear" from a predator. II 'eWith-this oet. III stick your elbows out Now : i i"" w " I I - - .... " I I I press your hands together as i i no many octopuses can I I lie zmagmatlve! uo you take your I I I hard as you can for five i i you find hiding here9" . :" ! seconds 10 ~ i Standards Link: Rea~ling comprehension; Visual dined ..... . S~undaa~r a~rimecL~v~k~f bPeme~ff:c~Edu~catlnce~: I 13 Years as Chief of Police ONLY Candidate with Law Enforcement Administration Experience Manages a Budget Of Over $1 Million Annually Will Put More Deputies in Neighborhoods 8 Years Texas Dept. Criminal Justice of Transportation Degree Supervisor with 23 Years Law Austin Police Dept. Enforcement NO Unfunded 13 Years Private Mandates from Investigator Government & Criminal Helped Develop Trial Litigation 911 System in Experience Austin/Travis Small County Business Owner * Top 5% Texas Law Enforcement Agency "* Lowest Crime Rate of Any City in County * Candidate for Burnet County Sheriff * Read More About J.P. 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