Kandahar: Hello, we are Explorers from Turkiye, Beytepe Elementary School.
Tuna: Our subject is Fritillaria Imperialis, a kind of tulip which stands inverted.
Uğur: Our hypothesis is to grow this tulip in the Ankara in the Central Anatolia region.
Kutay: It was impossible scientifically because it is a plant that grows in a cold climate.
Tuna: We live in Ankara, capital city of Turkey which is very dry. So it's a little bit hard to make it real, but we made it.
Mustafa: First, we searched it on the net and then we met a biologist, with his help we examined the Fritillaria Imperialis in the lab and we learned that a kind of rat can destroy it.
Kutay: We visited the seed bank in Hacettepe University, we took photos and prepared our chart.
Uğur: We went on a trip to search and explore the biological kinds in nature.
Mustafa: We are very excited and happy to take part in this event. Research Game project has gained us a lot of experiments.
Everyone: We are grateful. Thank you!