I was talking with a friend today who's a grade ahead of me, and she decided to take biology. In biology they do a study on animals in ecosystems. Basically, the kids find (her words, not mine) "a small aquatic animal that won't live long" and put it into an environment (a small little jar or bucket with little coverage) and then don't touch it for a month to see reactions from the water and creature. She got an ADF, and still owns it now and he's healthy, but I'm like, what the heck am I supposed to do now? I wanted to take biology next year, but if this is what they do in that class, you can count me out! Ugh, I hate it when teachers do that. You think they'd know how bad that is for a fish or a frog!
In other news, every last girl has found a home and almost all have dates set with when they'll be getting dropped off/ picked up. I'm just awaiting the response of the girl who's taking 5 for if she needs a drop off or if she can get them, and then it'll be official. Which is scary. And it sucks. It'll be so weird not having them in there, but I'm just telling myself over and over that it's what's best for them, not me.
55 Gallon: Crowley: Melanoid Axolotl; Mischa: Melanoid Axolotl; Achlys: Albino Axolotl; Eddard Stark: Leucistic Axolotl
Furry Friends: Daisy and Holly: Dogs; Norman and August: Cats; Gilbert and Mordecai: Guinea Pigs