Thursday, 2 March 2017

Pests

For the past few weeks Rooms 12 and 11 have been learning about pest and how they thrive in our environment. We had to find out what the local pests are in New Zealand. At first I didn't know much about pests, but as we were learning about pests this is what I found out.






All About Pests


Pests are unwanted insects and animals that crawl into people's houses and attack farmers crops, food and livestock. They are creatures that hang around filthy areas.


Pests like rats carry different diseases. Its bite causes people to be sick. It causes fever and rashes on your body. Blood comes out of your mouth, nose and under your skin. Eventually people will die.


There are many types of pests but the most dangerous one of all is the mosquito. The mosquito carries the disease called malaria. This disease causes people to vomit, itch, fever, headache and nausea. The malaria could kill humans.


Armadillos also carry diseases like leprosy. It will cause muscle weakness, numbness in the hands, arms, feet, and legs and skin lesion. Leprosy rarely causes death but if untreated it causes much disability.


Pests are dangerous, carrying so many diseases. Their diseases are very deadly and could kill people. They overrun people's homes and damage crops. Every pest is cruel to humankind.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Mika,
    I am one of the students in your quad blogging from St Pius x Catholic School. I also like the describing and the adjective words, you have used in your writing. I hate the fact that Pests like Rats carry different disease. If it dangerous and causes people to die,what can you do to help stop them?

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