November 16

Jawbone Marine Sanctuary

I understand that the sanctuary used to be part of a shooting range and when they shut down it was still in perfect condition, so the locals got the government and told him to make it a sanctuary so that is why it is in such good condition and well looked after.

 

I know that it used to be a shooting range so I believe that there would still be bullets around that vicinity (hardly any.) That it is protected by the government, that there are lots of rock pools.

 

To care about the sanctuary I need to respect the land and creatures on the beach and the rocks, also not to kick harm or disturb them just leave them alone. Pick rubbish up when I see it even if it isn’t mine because an animal might choke on the rubbish and that’s not fair for them.

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Posted November 16, 2015 by rileyosl in category Uncategorized

2 thoughts on “Jawbone Marine Sanctuary

  1. Mrs Verona Gridley

    This is a terrific reflection of your learning Riley.
    You carefully described the history and the sanctuary and the importance of caring for it so that future generations will also enjoy this wonderful marine area.
    Well done!
    Mrs Gridley 🙂

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