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  • Causes Of The Mandela Effect

    Another cause of the Mandela Effect is suggest reasoning. One of the most famous examples of the Mandela Effect can be explained with suggested reasoning. This theory is that the last name has changed of a family of bears that every child should be familiar with, the Berenstain bears- or is it Berenstein bears. The name of the actual bear family is Berenstain, but growing up some may remember it as Berenstein, well to explain this sudden change is suggested reasoning. The suffix -stein is far…

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  • My Quest For Knowledge In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

    ends there. But for me it went much deeper than that. I am reminded of a Latin proverb, “A wise man learns from the mistakes of others, a fool from his own.” Robert was out in the arctic on a seafaring adventure to make some grand discovery. He is following his dreams and aiming for the stars. Upon sailing in the arctic he meets Victor Frankenstein. Victor tells him his story and warns him of letting his ambition blind him. Robert decides to turn his ship around and head home after hearing…

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  • Lynx Adaptations

    Lynx I think lynx are interesting animals. From there pointy ears to there little bobbed tails. They have cool traits that help them to survive. There are different kinds of lynx that i will be talking about. They all have slight differences but they are all very similar. Lynx have long legs and a short bobbed tail. They also have tufts of fur on their ears. Many people don’t know why they have those or don’t know that it is actual useful to them. The hair on their ears enhances their…

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  • The Taiga Biome

    process to the south as an alternative to the cold weather. High levels of migration and emigration have led to continued depreciation of the existent population in the region (Whitney, 2002). Biotic Factors Arctic Fox: Alopex lagopus The Arctic fox resides in the far north areas of the Arctic tundra. During the winter season, the fur of the fox is white while during the summer the fur turns to a grayish brown color to camouflage the fox. Additionally the fox has a long bushy tail that aids it…

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  • Sea Ice Biome

    According to the 2014 Arctic Report Card, there have been significant changes in sea ice extent. Specifically, the report addresses the slow but significant seasonal decline in sea ice cover. Arctic sea ice is of utmost importance for ecosystems to thrive. Post et al. (2013) discuss this further, stating “the sea-ice biome influences the abundance, distribution, seasonality, and interactions of marine and terrestrial species.” This is especially true for polar bear populations in the Arctic, as…

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  • Essay On Grizzly Bears

    Nikki Anderson GRIZZLY BEAR Ursus arctos horribilis Habitat- Grizzly bears are found in many different habitats, from dense forests to subalpine meadows, open plains and arctic tundra. In North America, grizzly bears are found in western Canada, Alaska, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and a potentially a small population in Washington. Historically, they could be found from Alaska to Mexico and from California to Ohio. The grizzly bear was once…

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  • Inuit Climate Change

    The climate change is a threat to an Inuit community who are primarily whale hunters of the Arctic region in Northern Canada. Because the climate change might greatly influence the ecosystem, their cultures (social impacts), and economy. First, the climate change will greatly interrupt the ecosystem in the Arctic region, because of the permafrost. Including warmer ocean currents that was caused by climate change. When the active layer is decomposed and reaching too much, because of the…

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  • Why Do Grizzly Bears Survive

    Ursus arctos horribilis is the scientific name for the one and only Grizzly Bear. The Grizzly Bear has some specific qualities to help it survive in areas like Minnesota. The Grizzly Bear has key traits to make them survive in Subarctic climate zones. The Grizzly Bear has "grizzled" fur according to Animal Fact Guide. The also use this fur to hibernate in the winter months. A Bear usually has 40 beats per minute when the Bear is active, but, when it's the hibernating season, it drops down to 8…

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  • Snow Monkeys Research Paper

    Monkeys live in lots of places around the world. And monkeys have to adapt to their environment by using their body parts. “Monkeys depend primarily on their eyes to gather information about their surroundings” (Monkey). There are some monkeys that use different body parts because they are in different environments. Since there are different environments in the world, some monkeys use different body parts more often than other monkeys. The Snow Monkeys live in the mountains far up North. Since…

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  • Cultural Divisions Of The Arctic

    The four basic cultural divisions of the Arctic consisted of the Unangan, Yup’ik, and 2 types of Inuit. The Arctic is a very harsh environment, so these tribes had to learn to live with the cold, and have strong self-reliance, cooperation, modesty, self-control, and share with others. The Unangan lived in large, permanent communities located on the Aleutian Islands. This was a relatively warm environment. Their main food resource consisted of sea mammals and fish. They are different from the…

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