IF YOU WANT TO DO A TRANSLATION OF THIS STUDIO, GO HERE: https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/27080610/projects/
≈ 29/6/20 OMG!!! FEATURED!!!!!! TYSM ST and @FrozenPrincesses who proposed this studio! <3333 ≈
CAN SOMEONE DO TRANSLATIONS OF THIS STUDIO? (not on google translate)
✩ This studio is All About Sharks! In this studio you can learn new facts, play cool games and more!
✩ You can give us links to your cool SHARK RELATED projects and we will add them.
SHARK RELATED examples: Your virtual shark, Learn About Sharks!, shark games, facts and more!
QOTW - Why do you think people make shark fin soup?
FOTW - People used to think that megalodon teeth were dragon tongues!
Which is your favorite out of these:
Thresher shark: 2
Lemon shark: 1
Which do you like better for my shark character:
Boy: Fin, Bubbles or Mr. Chomper
Girl: Ms. Flipperson or Shelly
✧ Rules ✧
✩ NO ADVERTISING (unless it is about Scratch and sharks of course)!
✩ No spamming in the comments because that makes curators and managers miss important comments.
↬ To curate, fill in this form: Username// Why you want to join// How active you are out of 10// Link to a shark-related project// Codeword// (the codeword is hidden in the description). If you are not invited in a few hours, post your form again :)
↬ We are not looking for any more managers right now. Please do not ask to be a manager, we will promote people who are very active and helpful in the studio. You must be respectful of others. Only @PretzelCoder and @FrozenPrincesses can promote people :)
↬ Translating: ANY TRANSLATIONS OF THIS STUDIO ARE WELCOME! NO GOOGLE TRANSLATE PLZ! If you can speak another language and would be willing to translate the description, then please notify a manager and we will sort it out! Important: You are not allowed to use a translating website or app! Just go here:
~ Перевод этой студии на русский/Russian translation of this studio: by @ColourfulPixels https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/27075640/comments/
~ Swedish translation: https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/27076678/comments/ by @MetaruSonikku
✧ Manager Guidelines ✧
✩ First you must be a hard worker and be kind.
✩ You must add at least 1 shark related project.
✩ And you must be a curator first no jumping from just a normal user to a manager.
✩ Change the QOTW every week
✩ Must ask for @PretzelCoder or @FrozenPrincesses for permission before changing anything in the description
✩ And if you want to add somebody that you are not sure if you should add, you must ask the creator @PretzelCoder or @FrozenPrincesses
✧ Managers ✧
✩ The codeword is 'sharks' but you MUST use it in a sentence or in a fact:
~ Suggestion of what will be accepted: Did you know that sharks have no bones! Or 'Sharks are such interesting animals!' (but don't use exactly those- be creative!
~ Suggestion of what will not be accepted: 'Sharks are cool' or 'I love sharks'. Be imaginative! ^^
✧ Wall of facts ✧
Feel free to ask for your favorite fact about sharks to be added.
PretzelCoder: My favorite fact is that sharks can lose more than or less than 30,000 teeth in their lifetime. That's a lot of visits from the tooth fairy.
@FrozenPrincesses: My favourite fact about Sharks is that they can be weird and wonderful and there are over 500 species of sharks!
@-MadScientists-: Sharks rely on electroreception to navigate the ocean and find prey. Source: SharkSider
@CheerfulRainbow: Did you know that shark skin feels similar to sandpaper?
@Chewingfruitgum: Did You Know mosquitoes are more dangerous than sharks?
@CleverComment: Sharks cause 1-3 human deaths every year, but humans cause 100 million shark deaths every year. >:(
@yvesontmsc: Unlike fish sharks cannot swim backward Since there fins are stiff and cannot be controlled by their muscles.
@wookiewoof: More people are killed by lawnmowers in the USA alone than sharks globally every year
@andydang: The Bull Shark is able to tolerate fully fresh water and has even been observed far into the Mississippi River in the USA.
@pandacorn_owl: 3000 sharks are killed a year when 3 humans are killed by sharks a year
@ColourfulPixels: Sharks use their teeth like we use hands. So when sharks want to touch something, they bite it.
@FizzyBrownie: There are over 500 species of sharks and most of them are cold-blooded.