The TED talk we watched about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch made reference to a “throw away society”. What did the speaker mean by “throw away society”? What do you think are the environmental consequences of a “throw away society”? What actions can you take to break away from this “throw away society”?
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Today marks two months since Lily died and it’s not been easy for me because I’m remembering all of the old memories we had together. I’m kinda depressed tbh
Tank 3 has had a few problems. The fish has a wound that may have an infection. To help with this, we have to put medicine in the water which turns it orange. This was very alarming for the group and is now known to them. The medicine is going to heal and help make sure that the bacteria clears the problem on his side.
Our tanks ate well except tank 5
The fish in the tank is doing very good, today the water was low so my group filled the tank up so the fishy can live a happy and healthy life. The fish has been eating, and hopefully using the bathroom.
All the fish seem to be healthy in my point of view but i’m sure that if not then we’ll take care of it.
All creatures in these tanks are doing swell.
Its a fish, a big fish. Or also known as a large mouth bass or Big BERTHA. It eat 12 worms every week