We have learned that dogs have evolved from wolves by growing a shorter snout, becoming tame, growing into many different breeds, and more. But they have stayed similar to wolves too. Like, they both still have an amazing sense of smell, both have pads on their paws, and both are color blind. A fun facts is that that dogs and wolves don't see in black and white, they just don't see colors like we do, and they don't see as many colors as we do.
What did wolves evolve from?
Why are there so many different types of dogs?
Why do dogs and wolves see red and yellow better then blue and green?
This round of passion time was really fun, and I learned a lot. It was also really fun to make the paper machè wolf. I had never paper machèd before, so it was really fun to learn how. Jill and I would work on it every day after school, and we got a lot done. We were behind at first, but we got it done. I also think our google presentation turned out good. We did a really good job.
This round of passion time was difficult bu very fun. I really like dogs so this was fun because I was learning about something that I love. The paper mache was what made it challenging, I have only paper mached once in my life and it was in kindergarten which was a long time ago. I didn't know how different dogs and wolves are but they also have a lot of things in common like their scenes of smell and their eye sight. It was super fun making the wolf with Abby.