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Looking After A Miptor

Essay By: PyperMcintosh
Science fiction

I am Going to share with you some of my homework!!!For my year six class homework we had to make up a monster and write a guide on looking after it i made up a miptor and here is my tips if you ever "come across" this extroidinary creature, i suggest you pay Deep attention!

Submitted:Sep 2, 2011    Reads: 2,086    Comments: 2    Likes: 0   

Looking After a Miptor

A Guide To Looking After Your Extriodinary Creature.

Dictionary Definition:

Miptor - Strong and Independent

Miptor is a word originating from the late decendents of ancient greek mythology, used for the most powerful gods (Zues,Hercules) this being the name for the creature Zues found as a child.


The Miptor,being both carnivorous & herbivorous, eats a mixed diet such as things like green leafy tree branches to things like full pigs and cows.

Remeber to feed your miptor at least a tree-a-day as this as important as our consumption of 5-a-day. Also it helps if your miptor eats 4 whole meals and 4 snacks.

(e.g Breakfast,snack,lunch,snack,tea ,snack,supper,snack.)

Exercise and training:

Although its important for your miptor to eat lots,its also important for your miptor to do a lot of exercise. If you take your Miptor for an hours walk a-day that should keep it fit,but, remember to let your miptor out of it dark cave every other day because its good for the miptor to get used to its surroundings and to have a good run around in them.They will then explore at the same time.

If you think your miptor is fit enough to start training you should start of by getting your miptor to jump low hurdles then raise them over time. If your Miptors are finding this stage to easy,you can instantly move on to stage 2,tunnels.

As miptors ar quite tall and speedy creature they find it hard to stoop low enough to get under the tunnel in time.


The miptors have a few quirky habits I believe you need to know about,Such as ;

They are very eccentric animals that enjoy to "run in the way of the wind" which means whichever way the wind blows they like to follow its breeze pattern.

They are very picky and like to eat warmed up food and yes that does include the leaves.

The longest they can ever sleep for is 7 hours as this is the time of no sunlight.

So That was the beginners guide to looking after a miptor, I hope this helps you on the first part of your journey as a miptor owner.


Pyper McIntosh

Aged 11

Thanks for reading !!!


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