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April 1, 2011

Looking After A Miptor

Filed under: Literacy @ 11:55 am
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I am a owner of an unusual animal called a miptor. I have cared for this animal for a  long time. During this time, I have become an expert in looking after it. So, if you want to become an owner of a miptor, you just need to follow this guide. Here is a guide for looking after one:

Appearace and Personality
Now, you might be wondering that what does a miptor look like. I guess it’s a bit like a lizard, however it is much more. The body of a miptor is exactly like a lizard, but does not have little feet because they like to slither more than walk. On the tail there are sharp spikes because miptor don’t like to be touch, nearby the tail. Colourful spots have been added on to the body of a miptor. The full colour of the body changes every one hour – pink to purple to yellow to red to orange to green and so on…
To tell the truth, they are a bit cheeky – they listen to peoples conversations, but does not understand. Furthermore, they are intelligent (they know where everyything is) and they are king – not kind like humans.

The habits of a miptor are wondering and slithering around the houses, in the evening because they tend to keep healthy and do exercise. During morning and midday, they hide behind trees, bushes and logs because they are petrified that a bird or an eagle will come and swallow it up. These are the main habits of a miptor.

What does a miptor eat? Well, thay eat lucious grass and plants. As well as plants, they eat flowers. Now, miptors tend to eat juicy petals first, than the leaves hanging on the stem and finally the stem. As mentioned above, they eat only green grass – not any other colours. Lettuce and cabbage are the most delicious  food for a miptor to eat.

In conclusion, if you want to become an owner of a miptor, you will have to follow these instructions . Like me, whilst looking after a miptor, some day you might become an expert for looking after one. So will you look after a miptor, by following this guide?


  1.   imscaredofsats — September 16, 2012 @ 6:13 pm    Reply

    thanks and what level did you get for this

  2.   poooooooooooooppppy — May 9, 2012 @ 3:02 pm    Reply

    i think that overall was good but what level were you given for that??

  3.   rose — April 18, 2012 @ 8:12 pm    Reply

    i dont have much informaion

  4.   ABEL — March 19, 2012 @ 4:29 pm    Reply

    i like your story what you wrote it`s a good story

  5.   Mina — May 5, 2011 @ 7:58 pm    Reply

    I found it realy helpfull but I did change it abit so if my techer looked at it thay might not know that i used it ;-D

  6.   Tayeeba — April 25, 2011 @ 1:50 pm    Reply

    Realy good work but just try and work on your speling other than that reaally good work

  7.   Chloe Herbison — April 25, 2011 @ 12:53 pm    Reply

    Ty for helpign me with my pratcise paper (the at hmoe one)Thx!

  8.   Mrs Skinner — April 1, 2011 @ 3:03 pm    Reply

    Thank goodness for guides like this Saleha! We need help if we are to have such unusual animals!

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