Lightning Strike

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How to become Lightning Strike
Have you ever seen how most disasters are stopped just at the last moment? An amazing, mysterious character is there to save the day! Lightning Strike is there in time for our safety.
Becoming Lightening Strike-What you need:
Amazingly tight, stretchy Superhero costume
Invisible hover-bike, that turns into other vehicles, one-way glass
Needs to go somewhere nobody can see Lightening Strike
Mask, for disguise, purple
What you do:
1. Firstly there is a problem on getting out of the classroom. This can mostly be solved by teleport. She will make a twin of herself to be able to work and talk. As she teleports out she gets her invisible key for hey hover-bike. This truly happens in a blink of an eye.
2. She will fly up and go to the place of the disaster whilst the fake her is at the other place. When she has got there she will fly down and park the hover-bike onto the ground. She didn’t yet know what was going on until ‘CRASH!’ the world started to go unstable and out of order. Lightning Strike is there to save the day. As quick as a flash, she flies down to hold the world steady. Once again she succeeds and feels happy.
Lightning Strike needs to get back home. She teleports back into school and makes her twin disappear. Now everything is back to normal and Lightning strike is, once again, on the news.

Tsunami Terror! By Ella

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“What on earth is that?” the teacher asked.
“It’s a snail shell.” I replied. The teacher had a puzzled face, then picked it up and examined it.
Then the teacher said,” It’s quite an unusual snail shell, where did you find it?”
I hesitated then said,” I found it in the school yard…” The teacher looked at me in an odd way then walked away. As soon as she had walked over to her desk, I quickly turned on my ipad. We were looking on the news websites. I went on a website all about natural disasters. Suddenly an alert popped up, a tsunami was about to happen in New York in an hour!
The teacher was out of the classroom, this was my chance. I dug around in my bag for my blow up dummy. As quick as possible I pulled it out and it instantly inflated. Then I ran out of the classroom and into the toilets. Immediately I got changed into my green and blue lycra costume, then put on my snail shell and antenna. Not forgetting my identity hider mask.
Having decided the route that I would take, I sprinted out of the school. After a while I eventually reached the garage where I keep my Super-small snail-sized motorbike. I shrunk down into my tiny snail form, then jumped on, I pressed the super speed button. In a matter of minutes I was in New York. It was 10 minutes till the tsunami would strike! I shouted, “Everyone move, now a tsunami is about to stike! ”
Nobody moved… I screamed and shouted, then I realised that I was still really small. So I shot back up to my original size, then shouted,” A Tsunami is about to strike!” Everyone started to scream , I said,” Everyone get into my shell!” They all ran into my shell, then a massive wave of water came rushing into a street. Without warning I shot up the side of a skyscraper and took everyone to safety.
As soon as the tsunami was over I raced back to school and changed out of my costume. Then ran into the classroom, deflated the dummy and sat down.

Tsunami Terror by Ellie Reid

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Tsunami Terror
Just a normal day in class 6CR solving sums such as 244 times 8 until BANG! My friend, Grace, was swinging on her chair back and forth then she finally fell off. “Oww,” she screamed. “Are you ok? However you shouldn’t have been swinging on it in the first place,” Mr Ridley snapped rather angrily. In the very corner of my eye I could see Sir rolling his eyes, probably at the fact that Grace fell off his chair. I don’t know what nut I could just feel something wasn’t right.
I put my hand in my pocket and I could feel my personal blow-up dummy. Why don’t I blow it up, change into a snail then escape from this dump and listen to my antenna radio. As quick as a flash I blew it up with all my lung strength and replaced it with me! Straight aster I crawled under the long table and struggled to transform into a snail. Moreover I slid under the creak in the door I was finally out of school; after that I turned into the one and only ‘Snail-Man’.
All set to listen to the local news, radio turned on volume set. Tsunami! Oh no I began to think Snail-Man is going to be needed as this terrible tsunami about to take place. Suddenly Snail-Man, myself, zoomed across the road to the cost.
Everyone was trapped they couldn’t move and the colossal wave was about to wash out all humans around this place! “Come here and your life will be saved,” I yelled at the very top of my voice. My plan was to get all the people in my shell then jump in the water and just hope for the best!

Bird Spotter by Adam

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I have recently seen an extraordinary bird outside my granny’s house and a poster next to it saying Bird Spotter we can help you identify any weird bird.
Well to start off, it was about as big as a dodo (1 metre tall.)It was flightless so it used it’s talons to climb up trees and used its wings to glide to another tree. There was something between the blood red talons it was a mouse it was still alive but not for long. As it flapped it’s wings it showed his black and red feathers which must have meant ‘Stay away from me’. The giant beak started to peck at the mouse and made a gigantic hole in it. Unfortunately it made a huge gobble and left.
So if you can identify what this horrific bird is I would be thankful.

Bird spotter by Ellief

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I have recently seen an article in Bird spotter. That asked the public to send in information about birds that they see in the local environment. Yesterday I saw a bird standing on my back garden fence, sadly when I opened the door it flew away so I am sending you this to see if you can identify it.
This extraordinary bird was as big as a dodo, it was a burgundy colour with a bright yellow beak, blue feet and blue eyes. This bird is rarely seen, only people who pay a particular interest in birds will see it, because it is a rear one.
Hopefully you’ll be able to spot this amazing bird

Birdspotter by Shannon

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This bird we saw was huge and fat just like a tennis ball. It was flapping its enormous wings sounded like the wind blowing on a frosty day. He/she was purple on the beak, brown on the left side and orange on the right side. Also it is really loud like thunder. It also sounds like an owl and you will hear it all day and all night. His/her eyes are light blue like the sky.
Sometimes it flies round and round in a circle because one wing is bigger than the other! This bird is really friendly and clumsy. Also it follows other birds around and it flies into lamp posts! If you do find it and it comes near you please stand still because if you don’t it will follow you home and if you have a window open or a door it would follow into your house. Before long it came back and carried a dead mouse on its head trying to be careful and then a dead piglet in his/her mouth. He/she probably could fit another piglet in its mouth because their mouth/beak was huge like a car. Katie and I both had some bread to feed the ducks and as soon as the bird saw the bread he dropped the piglet and the mouse and then flew down to it.
We both stood still so he wouldn’t follow us and he took the bread from me and flew away. The ducks had no more bread because the greedy bird took it all. This unusual bird would eat anything he saw that was edible.
If you do identify it please reply back and let me know what kind of bird it is .

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Bird spotter By Hannah

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I recently saw an article in Birdspotter magazine that was asking members of the public to send in pictures/information about rare birds they have seen locally. The other day I saw a very extraodinary bird sitting on my fence. Sadly I wasn’t able to get my camera in time but I was able to get a description of it. So I really hope you will be able to identify this amazing creature.

The bird was as big as a fully grown Shetland pony with bright pink, blue, green, and orange wings. Its feathers were as big, boofy and fluffy as a fur pillow (which had been blow dried.) As it spread its and flew off making a loud growling sound as it went! As it sat on the fence it started eying up a massive hare and in one swoop down to the ground with its mouth openand … it was gon!.

However once it had, had its fill it and a good night’s rest on top of my garden shed it flew away once again. Unfortunately I still haven’t seen it since. I really hope that with the information I have given you, that you will be able to identify this fantastic bird.

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Birdspotter By Mackayla

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I recently saw an article in the Birdspotter magazine that asked the public to send information to them about birds they’ve seen in their environment. Yesterday I saw a funny sort of bird that I have never seen before. Unfortunately I didn’t have my camera on me so I can only write a description about it.
I was walking down a path when I went camping at Smills leap and saw this bird. I was looking at it for a good 20 minutes: It was as small as a tennis ball: its beak was blood red. It had beautiful gold wings with bashed tips to them and you could just see that it’s eyes they were blue like the crystal blue sea. It has to be the most got the most beautiful bird I have ever seen. Suddenly it made a really whacky noise: it was like an alarm clock buzzing but I realised it was talking to it’s chicks .She hopped from tree to tree then she came to a thin hole in the tree and went in. After about two minutes she hopped out and flew off
Thank you
Your sincerely Mackayla

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Birdspotter by Emma

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I recently saw an interesting article in your Birdspotter magazine, which asked people to send in facts and descriptions on rare and exciting birds that they may have spotted in their local environment. However I think I may have discovered a new breed of bird.
It all started off when I was sitting in my back garden (as it was a lovely day) then the most unusual bird flew into a nearby tree. It had luminous pink feet joined by two bony legs. Its bright orange beak was as long as a ruler and its bright green eyes really struck me. It was really quite peculiar; however it could have only been the size of an apple and was more than visible.
I surely hope my information can make some good conclusions to this strange matter.

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Bird spotter by Abbie

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I recently saw an article in Bird spotter that asked the public to send information about birds they see in their local environment. Yesterday, I saw the most unusual bird that I’ve ever seen in my life. Unfortunately, I didn’t have my camera so I am going to describe tit to you.
The bird was shining in the sun as it flapped its bright gold wings. The bird sounded like someone splashing water about. The head turned to look at me. The beak was red as blood; its eyes were as light as the crystal blue sea. It was as small as a tennis ball flying through the air. Its eyes were sparking like a million diamonds, which were blinding. He started flying off and onto different trees. Suddenly, he came back but I had to be as quiet as a mouse. Every time I went to get my camera, the bird would fly off as if it was allergic to my camera or even every camera! I certainly didn’t want to startle the bird. I gave it a name just before it flew off so he was called Shine.
Yours sincerely,
Abbie

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Birdspotter by Louis

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I am writing to inform you that I have spotted an extraordinary bird sitting on my chimney. Unfortunately, I didn’t have my camera so I have written a detailed description in the hope you can identify it.

The bird was as big as a recycling bin; its pink, fluffy wings were flapping rapidly as a gust of wind blew through the village. When the sun had appeared from behind the clouds, the red crest glistened in the sunlight. Suddenly, it eyed an innocent sparrow. The bird, ferociously raced after the sparrow, and when it had the sparrow he gulped it down with gusto! After It had devoured the bird it started to wag it’s curly pig’s tale, with happiness, as it had eaten it’s fill. Once again the bird opened its immense wings to reveal red and white stripes. As the bird flew away, I had one more look at it to see if I can identify it in ‘Birdspotter’s guide’ .

I hope that the this description will help you identify this extraordinary finding.

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Birdspotter

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I am writing to you to inform you about an unusual bird that I spotted. Unfortunately I didn’t have my camera with me, (so I couldn’t take a picture)
It was a warm summer’s day when I first saw it. It was as big as a small car, with wings about a metre long. With fluffy luminous purple feathers, upon its head was a green crest. It’s beak was as curly as a pig’s tail and it had a long, red snake – like tongue. Also it had an eagle-like body with claws that were luminous pink and scaly. Strangely it barked like a dog then miaowed like a cat!

The bird flew round and round in circles then caught a blackbird and ate it. Then it flew off and came back carrying a sheep! The gigantic bird then pecked at the sheep, pulling out the fluffy, white wool, before eating. Once it had finished it gave a loud, “WOOF!” then coughed up some wool. Then sat down and fell asleep, it was awoken seconds later by the rain pouring down, soaking it’s feathers. It was appalled and angered by this, so it flew off in disgust.
I hope this helps you identify the unusual species.

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Bird Spotter. By Grace

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Recently I went on a long stroll and saw an unusual looking bird that we don’t usually see in our local environment. Unfortunately I didn’t have my trusty camera , that takes amazing pictures, with me at the time. Therefore I am sending a well-detailed description.

Luminous pink spots seemed to take over their traffic stopping amber feathers. Moreover their eyes, which twinkled in the sun, were a pure black like the midnight sky. Their fuzzy soft legs were a light shade of purple and their long talons were as long as a metre stick! “Is this real?” I asked myself. Even though the mysterious bird had a thin neck, he could rotate his head almost 360 degrees! It was approximately 50cm tall and 75cm wide. Plus the long pointed beak, that was as sharp as knives, was a sky blue colour. Weirdly, two cone shapes bulge out of this extraordinary creatures head (side of face). I am assuming these unusual shapes must be ears. Despite the bird being tall and wide a miniature fluffy tail was also included.

In conclusion I hope you have no difficulties finding this unusual bird and I wish you luck in this identification!

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Birdspotter by Mia

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Recently I saw an article, in the newest issue of Birdspotter, about sending in photos of rare birds. I saw one yesterday but sadly did not have my camera on me so I thought that I would send a detailed description.

It was as small as a salamander with bright blue feet the colour of sapphires twinkling on a hot summer`s day. A beak, with luminous stripes going down, absorbed into it`s face. It`s tiny beady eyes, as black as night, were about the size of a raisin and it was quite clear to me that this bizarre bird had very poor vision. This creature’s ears stuck out oddly a bit like an elephant’s do!
As it flew away instead of opening it`s beak to squawk like a normal bird…it opened it`s talons and let out a large woof, then an oink and then a moo!

In conclusion I hope you found this helpful and that you can identify this animal.

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Have you spotted an unusual bird recently?
A colourful one? Perhaps a one that sang in an unusual way?
Maybe one that did something most unexpected?

Send your report to Birdspotter magazine… we’re looking for the unusual!

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