So my week was pretty fun for me this week, I had really good team members that made the site I was at more fun than it already is. Overall for the days, I've been at the Children's museum its been interesting and incredibly hot as well. Despite that, the days I have been at the museum has been going well and exciting.
Speaking of the Spider Crab, did you know that a spider crab doesn't harm humans, unlike other spider crabs that tend to do so. They often span from 10 to 12 inches long and are common in most areas in the sea. lives in the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans reaching from Labrador to Rhode Island. It is an invasive species and It lives on the rocks and sandy bottoms in the water from 50 meters down to 500 meters. They feed mostly on algae. The other foods they eat include mollusks, worms, other crustaceans, fungi, and bacteria
The striped bass has a Common mature size is 20 to 40 pounds and can span from around 12 to even 50 inches in length. It can be found all along the Atlantic coast and in areas around Rhode island. They feed on a wide variety of prey fish including alewife, and anchovies and are most active in the night time. As the name suggests the Striped bass is full of stripes making them different then the normal fish.
I am excited for next week because it is a new week with new things to discover and learn. I think I'm going to have fun for this week and even beyond this week due to the friendships and teamwork that comes with this job. Hopefully, we are a bit more prepared this time, unlike last week where we weren't as prepared for much. All though that was a set back that may happen this week I won't let that get me down and keep myself in a positive light.
See you later,