Preparing the Biology Final Project! This is in High School lol

First things first I guess. everything came from something right? I posted it to show my preparation on this venture of Presenting my final Project on biology on SCCHS!

 

Medical Requirements

Health Card – Health

SIN – some of our clients are working in their respective countries, so we need to keep this in record in case something happens.

Mosquito Repellent – for safety purposes only. Its not rainy season, so there is no need to worry about getting malaria and dengue.

I’m not worry about epidemics because as of 2010, there is no epidemic that is prevalent in the Philippines.

The Philippines accepts Medicare from any country that has one.

As a local individual, i do not have free health care so i have to apply to philhealth and sss.

Weather

—  There are 3 Seasons1. Hot dry season or summer from March to May.

—  2. Rainy season from June to November

—  3. Cool dry season from December to February

The average yearly temperature is around 26.6°C

—  Annual rainfall measures as much as 5,000 millimeters (200 inches) in the mountainous east coast section but less than 1,000 millimetres (39 inches) in some of the sheltered valleys

Potential hazards or problems caused by the Weather

—  Floods

—  Landslides

Places not to go

Mindanao

Mindanao is the only area of the Philippines with a significant Muslim presence. A guerrilla war is ongoing on the islands. In addition the crime rate on the island is the highest in the country overall

Babuyan Islands

—  Transportation is very difficult.

—  Too Undeveloped

—  Unusual volcanic activity

Sulu Archipelago

—  On 16 July 2010, a Japanese citizen was kidnapped on Pangutaran Island in the Sulu Archipelago. He remains in captivity up to this day.

—  Journey Plan

—  Day 1

—  Arrival

—  Manila

—  Day 2

—  Baler

—  Day 3

—  Banawe Rice Terraces

—  Baguio City

—  Day 4

—  Puerto Princesa

—  Day 5 & Day 6

—  Boracay

—  Day 7

—  Manila

—  Departure

Mammal

Hari

—  Kingdom: Animalia

—   Phylum: Chordota

—  Class: Mammalia

—   Order: Omnivora

—  Family: Felidae

—  Species: Panthera

Combination of a Lion and a pre-evolve human being.

—  Latin Name: Chimerus Cestus

—  The Organism moves either with a pair of Arms and legs or just a pair of legs.

Survival Skills

This Mammal lives forests of Baler.

—  It is adapted for Tropical Life.

—  It is an Endotherm

—  It goes to nearby rivers to cool off and relax

—  It goes into hiding in cave when a typhoon or rain comes.

—  It lives on solitary with its own group of Haris which is called a “Legion”.

Nutrition

—  Eats Fruits(Mainly Coconut) and Meat(Mainly Wild Boar).

—  When its looking for fruits like bananas, it will use its strength and ability to stand up with two legs to bash the bananas of the tree. But when it comes coconuts, it climbs up to retrieve it.

—  When its looking for animals like a wild boar, they snuck up to the bushes and pre-emptively grabs its prey pounds it to death.

—  If the prey escapes, it will chase  and strike it down with its teeth.

—  It is capable of running at a speed of 90 kph on both arms and feet and 60 Kph on foot

Behaviour

—  It migrates from cave to cave around baler only.

—  For Courtship patterns, the male Hari needs to bring the female Hari a special flower that can only be found on the mountains of baler. The female Hari chooses that one who bring her the biggest flower.

—  It gives its full attention to its offspring until the age of 12 months where the offspring can fend on its own but still remains family oriented.

—  Audio demonstration by you.

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