The enzymes break down the dirt molecules in clothes into smaller dirt molecules thus making it easier for the water to clean away. I will determine at what temperature the enzymes in the Wizzo best perform at, which is the point of my experiment. Hypothesis I predict that 40 degress celcious will be the most effective at cleaning the st... ... middle of paper ... ...s of stained fabrics I could use therefore limiting the amount of times I could repeat each temperature. Also some of the fabrics were not made out of the same material and therefore may influence the time in which it takes to clean it making the test void or unreliable.The size of the stains also varied also making the test unreliabledue to it will also take an untrue time to remove the stain in the sane concentration of solution. To obtain more reliable results I would repeat the experiment more times (about ten times for each temperature) to get a broader range of results for the average.
Elephant Seals can also change blood flow one way or another because they have shunts in their circulatory system. Elephant Seals can push blood away from the surface of their body to its core and organs to keep their body warm. Furthermore, the Mink has also made adaptations to help keep their body warm while in water. Their veins and arteries are closely packed for it to retain heat. In addition, both animals can slow down their circulation system by making their heart rate slower.
I will never forget the first time I went snorkeling, it was something I had been afraid to do up until the moment I touched the water. Beforehand all I could think about was what if I got attacked by a shark? I was too young to die and I felt like I was tempting fate. Then once I made the plunge into the water everything washed away, as if the waves carried the fear with them as they folded over me. I remember that day so clearly, rocking back and forth, up and down, I sat on a small glass bottom boat.
Although reptiles primarily use the environment for thermal exchange, there are physiological mechanisms that these animals do have to aid in thermal regulation. For example, changing skin color from a lighter shade of green to a dark shade of brown to increase absorption of heat. Reptiles can also shut down body processes and enter a state of dormancy in order to survive low temperatures or stressful environmental pressures. Reptilian dormancy is known as brumation and is similar to hibernation. Reptiles usually enter brumation in late fall when temperatures and day length decrease.
Dolphins in the wild “travel long distances each day, sometimes swimming in a straight line for a hundred miles” (The Humane Society of the United States). In captivity, all dolphins have is a small tank in which to swim back and forth. These beautiful creatures were meant to live in spacious oceans and rivers so they can swim freely and get plenty of exercise. Although marine parks and other facilities like SeaWorld claim they are only educating people about sea animals, keeping the animals captive is unnecessary. There are plenty of other ways for people to see these creatures in the wild instead of keeping them imprisoned in tanks for the majority of their lives.
To better comprehend how we can conserve these magnificent leatherback turtles, researchers are using tags triggered by satellites to track turtles. These tags will help us learn more about their behavior and movements. Countries around the world are beginning to work cooperatively to address global threats to leatherbacks and to better protect leatherbacks throughout the world’s oceans.
Zanzibar snorkeling is fantastic for anyone who loves adventure and interacting with turtles, dolphins, and tropical reef fish while taking in pristine beach scenery. The area is a wonderful place to snorkel with several breathtaking snorkeling sites. When to Visit for Zanzibar Snorkeling? The best time to visit Zanzibar is between July and September, but this is also when the area is most crowded. If you don’t want to share the water with many other snorkelers, you may want to consider traveling in March.
The respiratory system is the system for taking in oxygen and giving off carbon dioxide in organisms. The respiratory systems of California sea lions, king cobras, and bald eagles have a few similarities and differences, but they all allow the intake of oxygen for each organism. The California sea lion is a pinniped. A pinniped is a carnivorous aquatic mammal of the order Pinnipedia. Sea lions, like all other pinnipeds, have nostrils that they can voluntarily close while diving in the water.
The tag data tells scientists how far the turtles travel in search of their favorite food, which is jellyfish. The scientists can even find out how fast the turtles swim and how deep they dive! The tags also tell about environmental hazards that might hurt the
They dig with their flippers in the sand almost as if they were swimming. Then they lay their eggs and cover the nest, entombing the eggs in sand. Next, the mother leaves the nest and returns to the ocean. Temperature has a major impact on the mortality of these unhatched sea turtles. According to a study by David Pike, eggs laid in tropical regions, about 5 ℃ warmer than temperate regions, had a 28.7% lower chance of hatching.