Below is the conversation
Mr. Figinblossom's students had after they encountered the anaconda. Read
it, then add your contribution to the conversation in your TRAVEL LOG.
Catrina: Oh, this is great - just great! Here we are completely defenseless and surrounded by a chorus of the world largest snakes. Now isn't that cozy? Wait till my mother hears about this one!
Tina: Well, at least they were singing to us instead of swallowing us.
Charlie: I-I-I'm grateful for that - and you can bet I'll be watching my step the rest of the way!
Otis: Did you know that anacondas don't even chew their food?
Teresa: Ah, there not so tough - they don't even have poison. One bite from a coral snake or a bushmaster - which are twenty times smaller - and you'd be history in a matter of minutes.
Tina: Death by squashing, death by poison... Either way it just doesn't sound very appealing to me. I'd prefer the history Mr. Figinblossom teaches us any day.
Catrina: Speaking of Mr. Figinblossom, he's the one responsible for getting us into this mess in the first place. Notice he didn't even come along. He's sitting back there in the comfort of the classroom sipping on his coffee while we risk our lives in his silly adventure.
Dalia: That's only because he wants us to learn 'The Wisdom of the Wild' on our own.
Wally: Speaking of which, I hope someone is keeping track of the wisdom revealed in each animal's song. Mr. F. said we should.
Jose: !Correcto! Onward troops!
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