Arctic Circle

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  • Arctic Wolf Research Paper

    Canis lupus arctos is the scientific name for an arctic wolf. Although many people believe an arctic wolf can only be purely white, this is not true; an arctic wolf may have spots of black, yellow, or gray on its white fur. Due to the location of an arctic wolf, which many experts believe the Ice Age was what made them end up here, they have adapted to this weather. According to A-Z Animals, “ Arctic wolves are incredibly versatile and adaptive animals, able to withstand year round sub-zero…

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  • Informative Essay On Dog Breeds

    Dog breeds Golden Retriever Siberian Husky Boxer Lifespan 10-12 years 12-15 years 10-12 years Litter 4-12 6 6 Behavior Reliable, friendly, kind,confident, trustworthy and intelligent. Outgoing, alert, gentle, friendly and intelligent. Playful, devoted, bright, loyal, energetic, friendly, calm, cheerful, confident, fearful, brave and intelligent. Health Hypothyroidism, subaortic stenosis (SAS), eye disorders, elbow dysplasia, mast cell tumors, and seizures. Osteosarcoma is also occasionally…

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  • Anglerfish: The Polar Bear

    The Anglerfish adapted its extreme environments by its life living under there . The Anglerfish live under the deep sea where theirs no light under there . These fish has a Illicium and a Esca that helps to catch its food and the way to mate . The Anglerfish can reach to 100 pounds . They can be 8 inches and 3 feet wide . They are over 200 species of these kind of fish . The Polar Bear has extreme weather life to . The bears need the cold weather they not like the heat . These bears need to…

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  • Shiras Moose Research Paper

    The Shiras Moose The shiras moose is the largest member of the deer family. They are very long legged and comparable in size to an oversized horse. They have huge heads with soft lips, so they can feel around for the leaves they eat off trees. Moose have a very muscular neck so they can hold up this huge head and the males can hold up their antlers. They are in the alces genus and the shirasi species. Moose are very large mammals that live in cold climates. They are covered in thick fur…

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  • Informative Speech On Polar Bears

    Bears in Alaska Have you ever wondered about bears? Where they live, what they look like? Well I'm going to tell you everything you need to know about three different types of bears. Those three include Polar Bears, Grizzly Bears, and also Kodiak Bears. They are three very different bears, from where they live their live to how they live their live. Of course they have similarities but they also have their differences. First off lets start with Polar Bears in Alaska. Polar bears have…

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  • What Are Environmental Changes Affecting Organisms

    hurting us. Freshwater lakes and ponds, the Arctic ice caps, and humans are being affected by what is going on in the world. Many of the organisms in these freshwater lakes and ponds respond to the changes in their climate in two ways. They either can not respond, therefore, the number of that organism decreases and can become extinct, or they adapt so well that they overpowers other organisms causing the other organisms to become extinct. In the Arctic, ice caps have started to melt causing…

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  • Elf The Musical Analysis

    I went to see ‘Elf the Musical Jr.’ on Thursday, December 1, 2016. The tickets were $15 For decent seats and in my opinion, the show plus the seats that we had were not at all worth the $15, that we spent. This musical is not a show that I would recommend to anyone, at anytime. It was that bad. But, to help you understand in my own opinion as to why ‘Elf the Musical Jr.’ was so bad, let me give you some feedback and get into a little more detail in the next few paragraphs. The first reason as…

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  • Stop Global Warming Essay

    The world will melt its way into an apocalyptic world, oceans will flood places, people will die of the heat, starvation will take place. How will the human race prevent this from happening? In order to stop global warming scientists must find ideas, and look at what is causing this? Global Warming occurs when a vast quantity of C02 along with other pollutants gets into the atmosphere and absorbs light as well as solar radiation, which has bounced off the surface of the Earth for centuries in…

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  • Red Fox Research Paper

    Researchers have found that warming temperatures are allowing the red foxes to migrate and stay further north, where they invade the breeding grounds of the Arctic fox. The red fox is bigger and more aggressive. Scientists are now becoming increasingly concerned that with a more comfortable climate, the emboldened red foxes will set about ousting the Arctic ones. This increases the survival of the red fox and will cause the population to…

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  • Hectory Gyre Case Study

    The Beaufort Gyre, a major anticyclonic circulation feature in the Arctic Ocean, hosts a substantial fraction of the overall Arctic freshening citep{haine2015arctic}. The large-scale gyre circulation has been directly linked to its freshwater content (FWC) via the process of Ekman pumping that converges relatively fresh surface waters and deepens the halocline citep[e.g.][]{proshutinsky2002role}. The Ekman pumping arises due to transient anticyclonic winds that cause significant gyre…

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