My old school used to be bloomington hills bobcats and that is what I am going to be talking about that today. So I am going to talk about where they live. How they look. when they hunt. And the conclusion stay toon.

First let’s talk about where they live. Bobcats usually live in forests, mountains and swamps.sometimes they live in snowy areas. Bobcats like to live and hunt on rocky, brushy hillsides.Now let’s talk about the looks.

Next let’s talk about how they look. They have long legs and large paws. They can also way up to about thirty pounds. Even though bobcats look like large housecat , it is quite fierce it and it can kill animals as large as deer. Now for when they hunt.

Last but not least let’s talk about when they hunt. They roam freely in the night and are active in the day. If a crack or a cave is not available, they will make a den in a dense grove of brush or sometimes choose a hollow in a log or a tree. Well I am done more about my school.

My mascot was bob the bobcat. At assemblies he would always come in on a vacuum. He always threw stuff in the crowd. One time I got a bracelet but someone stole it. One time my brother got a small basket ball he actually still has it. It was a good school. What was or is your school mascot.


According to sharon rink, a wisconsin pediatrician, group selfies may be adding to the outbreak in older children. Up until now lice have been mostly affecting the elementary-aged kids. Based on the data from the centers of disease control, it is estimated that lice impact from six million to twelve million children between the ages of three and eleven each year. But in recent years more and more teens have been concentrating this parasite, and social media might take the blame! It may be a matter of time before there is a new hashtag starts trending on facebook, yelp, twitter, instagram, and snapchat: #social media lice. Gross!
The head louse is a really really small wingless insect that lives in human hair and eats little amounts of blood drawn from the scalp. Lice [ plural for louse] only move by crawling and is not able to run and or jump. The adult lice move about eight or nine inches per minute. Lice spreads through physical contact, like when peoples heads touch together, like during the time when people snuggle up to fit the frame of a smartphone photo! Sharon rock says “the only way people transmit lice is touching their heads together, and that’s happening with all these photos!”
Some argue that lice are not fast enough to move from head to head in the short amount of time it takes to snap a selfie. However, watching that selfie on a phone with freinds is a different story. Katie shepard, founder of the shepherd institute for lice solutions, said, ¨kids curl up on couches together and sit head-to-head looking at pictures or videos on someone’s phone. That’s a lot more contact than you get taking a selfie.” lice is disgusting. Trust me