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    and farming. Had they gone fully extinct, I think there would have been a lot of people suffering and starving without the support and help that Bison gave to them. 3. A grasshopper is eaten by a wild mouse on the prairie, the mouse is eaten by a bald eagle. A bumble bee pollinates a wildflower on the prairie. 4. The Native Americans were very into preserving the environment that they lived in, even if they hunted and used the resources that their environment provided them, they only ever took…

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    The Presidency of the United States consists of the various offices that make up the office of the president. The presidency has many responsibilities. Our current president is Barack Obama. He is in charge of all armed forces. He makes agreements, and calls treaties with other countries. He decides how America will act toward other countries and he represents our country here and around the world. The subject, presidency, is quite important to the Social Studies Education. It is important…

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    Product Description for Sunshine Morgan Silver Round Although the original Morgan Silver Dollar is highly sought after, finding those coins in good condition has become a frustrating and expensive ordeal for collectors and investors alike. These Morgan Silver rounds minted by the Sunshine Mint offer a cheaper alternative to the original coins by allowing you to own a memorable piece of American history while obtaining a significant amount of pure Silver in the process. Sunshine Minting Inc. is…

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    How Aboriginal Culture is Becoming Mainstream in Today’s Society Culture can be defined as the “characteristics and knowledge of a particular group of people, defined by everything from language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts”9. Despite efforts throughout the years to destroy the traditions and their way of live, Aboriginal culture is nevertheless thriving in today 's society because Western and Indigenous culture have become somewhat meshed. The Indigenous have people…

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    She knew it was a bald eagle because of its white head. She watched it for a few minutes until it landed high up in a tree near a huge nest where it then became invisable. Why do the eagles nest in the same tree every year? What makes them come back? Eagle's that build a nest that aren't bothered and are successful at keeping their young safe tend to come…

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    suffer the consequences for saying some things, but they still have rights to say them.One of the freedoms we have is freedom of religion.Freedom of religion allows any person into our country, even if their religion is different than ours.The bald eagle is a symbol of freedom and it is our nation's bird.The American flag is our nation’s flag it tells us how our soldiers that lost their lives in the wars our nation has had and how they fought…

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    fast-paced urban lifestyle that I have been living since moving away from home. Our excursion began at the bird-of-prey aviary. There were several types of birds at the aviary: eastern screech owls, turkey vultures, barred owls, great horned owls, and a bald eagle, to name a few. At the aviary, I learned that barred owls are best known for a call that sounds like, "Who cooks for you… Who cooks for you-all?" After the aviary we began our hike. Along the trail we saw a leopard frog and then saw…

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    The Qualities of the Planetary Switch Just how “green” is going green? It turns out, renewable energy might not be as great as you think. According to, (At Issue: Renewable Energy) renewable energy is something our world needs at present time. Fossil Fuels will eventually run out and there needs to be a backup plan for an alternative energy source. Renewable energy is possible to achieve, but it is going to cost a lot of money. The big question is; is renewable energy worth the major cost? This…

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    Exxon Valdez Oil Spill

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    Exxon Valdez was the largest spill in US waters until Deepwater Horizon oil spill, with approximately 11 million gallons of crude oil, but some environmentalist believe it could be upwards of around 38 million gallons of oil. The oil tanker ran aground after unfortunate circumstances of trying to avoid ice bergs. The tanker that was meant for Long Beach, California went aground in Prince William Sound, Alaska. This remote area became one of the biggest human caused natural disasters with oil…

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    Space Coast Diversity

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    Situated approximately 35 miles east of Orlando and with over 75 miles of beach along Florida’s Atlantic Coast, which stretches from Canaveral National Seashore south to Vero Beach, Florida’s Space Coast is sometimes characterized as a multigenerational destination, with incredible diversity from North to South. This diversity is evident through Space Coast’s designated towns: Cocoa Beach, Palm Bay, Melbourne, Port Canaveral, Melbourne Beaches, Titusville, and Viera. Its identity is drawn from…

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