Here is the link to the tank form.
Welcome to Booker T. Washington marine science. The aquatics lab is gearing up for the 2016-2017 school year. While you will recognize many of our residents from last year, there are also some new residents in the lab. On this Website, you will be able to find information about your class (either with links on the left of the page or in the classes drop-down menu at the top) and students will write posts about our animals.
The flounder in tank 5 looks happy. The salinity was 20 and was feed some squid. Also I cleaned the tank and it is cleaned.
Today we cleaned the tanks in Ms. Speece’s room as well as Mrs. Gibson’s room. In Ms. Speece’s tank we received three killifish, they eat brine shrimp. Both tanks have consistent salinity, ammonia, ph., nitrite, and nitrate levels.
The blue crab ate 1/2 of a squid filet. The salinity is 17, the ammonia is .5, the nitrate is 200, the nitrite is .5, and the pH is 7.
My tank is a blue crab it ate half of a squid today. Its salinity was 16.
The nitrate level was 180 which is high compared to the other tanks but the fish seem to be doing fine
Both tanks were feed and cleaned and have a stable salinity
I have tank 10 and it is a blue . Today it ate a half of a squid filet. The tanks salinity was 10.