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What is your dream job? 150-250 words



My ideal job is a job in the research. Be link of chain of knowledge. Really ideally, my deam job would be diversified and exalting. One month in lab for find a subject, one month everywhere in the world for find rare species that my lab would like tout study, come back at lab, study with lot of experiment, statistics and other colleagues, and finally, publish two or three papers.

Give a written account of the animal you studied for the information exchange. 150-250 words



Our subject was talking about Mnemiopsis leidyi. This species is very beautiful and I very happy to learn more on it. It very dangerous and invasive because It can eat whithout saciety and it can reproduce very quickly ! So it eat all of plankton, which is at the base of food chain. Daulphin and fish are very impact to that.

Explain your master’s program and why you chose that field of study for your graduate work. 150-250 words



My master's program is very easy to explain because it no diversified. We study the base of Ecology and statistic for describe that. We lean how pick up lot of data and how to draw information.

I'm not good at getting up early.



I'm not good at getting up early.

It is difficult for me to get out of bed because it is cold season now.

(私は早起きが苦手です。

今は寒い季節なので、なかなかベッドから出られません。)

I'm not good at getting up early.



I'm not good at getting up early.

It is difficult for me to get out of bed because it is cold season now.

(私は早起きが苦手です。

今は寒い季節なので、なかなかベッドから出られません。)

Writing assignment : Master



I am an international student in biodiversity, ecology and evolution in Rennes, France. I am in my first master degree IMABEE - put intended - and my second year will take place in a foreign country between Germany, the Netherland and Denmark.

Writing assignment : Make the Tyburn Great Again



(The following text has been part of an oral presentation, the information are real, as well as the laughs after the presentation)

Writing assignment : the Burmese Python



The Burmese Python

The Burmese Python is native from South Asia and has been accidentally introduced in the Everglades National Park of Florida.