I'm the Head of the Science Department. I teach Biology and other sciences and have been part of VICTORIA for more than 20 years.
You can find me in laboratory 1B6 or e-mail me.
During the summer holidays, we have had a regular visitor to our front garden....a young tlacuache! So we leave fruit out every night. It prefers banana and mango, doesn't like guyabas, and leaves the skin from apples. What a fussy eater!
A lot of people don't like these beautiful and harmless animals, and because they are quite slow, several get run over by cars every week in Tequis. If you want to find out more about them, click on the links below:
More news from 1B6 - the first week back in school Miss Bull found this huge and beautiful Forbes' Silk Moth:
Yes that's a real photo of it. I was going to release it today so I went to the tank, and found nearly a hundred small eggs, and the moth had crawled into a corner of the lab (probably to die). So we might now have some caterpillars to feed!
Is this a caterpillar?
Real silk moth caterpillars look like this.
There are now several classes on Google Classroom. If you are not a member of any of those classes,
feel free to explore the links on the right of this page. There is a lot to see!
Click here to see a video about female spiders laying their eggs. Or click below for ants...
See you in school!