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  • What Are Lion Statues In Chinese Art

    One of the first appearances of lion statues in China dates back to the early Han Dynasty. Asiatic lions were very common in historical art and can even be seen in modern day China. The concept of the lion statue was fist introduced to Han China as the protecter of daharma, and was seen mostly in religious art. Often times, the lions were constructed as imperial tributes, and set up to protect the wealthy and the land they managed. Seen as regal beasts, strong and courageous, they were made to…

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  • Tasmanian Tiger Essay

    The Tasmanian Tiger is also known as Tasmanian Wolf or simply Thylacine. The last one died at Hobart Zoo in 1936 and the species was officially declared as extinct in 1986. Tassie Tigers were secretive and nonterritorial creatures that avoided human contact, hunted at night and lead a typical feline lifestyle. With the arrival of Europeans in Tasmania started their long and painful journey to extinction. In 1888, the government introduced 1£ price for its head, leaving them at the mercy of…

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  • How To Save The Everglades

    Florida panthers can be found in prairies, swamps, and forests. They need an abundance of water and food as well as places with lots of shading or cover: such as Dens and Palmetto thickets. There are an estimated 100 Panthers in South Florida’s Everglades. In the 1990’s Their population had dropped to about 20-30 so in 1995 8 Panthers from Texas were introduced to the Everglades in a successful attempt to save the species. The everglades provides plenty of the wildlife that make up the panthers…

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  • Jack Peach Tree Short Story

    This is another story about Jack when he went out traveling about looking for some work. He was walking down this road, whistling and whittling on an old branch he’d found. He’d carved that branch into a big paddle thinking he might find someone to trade it to for a bite of lunch later on. Jack was just putting some finishing touches on that paddle, when he saw a great big peach tree on the side of the road. Jack was especially fond of peaches, so he walked over to see if there was a nice…

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  • Alligators And Crocodiles Essay

    “The Difference between Alligators and Crocodiles” Plenty of people confuse the alligators and crocodiles, as they are both large, scaly animals of prey. What most people do not think of is that while they are very alike in some ways, they are two extremely different, yet super frightening hunters. Both of these reptiles are members of the reptilian family Crocodylia, however they are from two different families. There are a sum of 25 types of crocodilians (belonging to the Crocodylia family),…

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  • Desert Fox Essay

    Ecology of Desert Fox in a saline Grassland ecosystem of Banni in the Kutch district of Western India 1. Introduction: Foxes belong to genus vulpes, the most widely distributed carnivores, found across the earth apart from Antarctica. Three species of foxes occurs in the different habitats of Indian sub-continent. Indian fox (Vulpes bengalensis) found throughout the Deccan peninsula, arid and semi-arid bio-geographic region of India, Tibetan fox (Vulpes ferrilata) found in Tibetan plateau of…

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  • Theme Of Self Discovery In Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha

    A fish, confined to the small waters of a round glass bowl, encompasses something much larger than itself. The same as a tiger, unrestrained, roaming the vast jungle. And the same as a human. Every living thing must meet some form of an end. Whether this pause is believed to be peaceful and positive or painful and agonizing is based upon experience; nevertheless, it is an inevitable limit that is one day attained by all. Siddhartha, a book of self discovery by author Hermann Hesse,…

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  • White Headed Langur Narrative Report

    Personal Narrative Before we get into the story, let me explain to you what is a white-headed langur. A white-headed langur is a special species of monkey that lives in Chong Zuo, China. This species is one of those endangered species in China just like the panda. Professor Pan from the University of Beijing was sent to research and rescue the monkey from danger. Professor Pan was a famous scientist of animals. He was sent to save both pandas and dolphins and had honored by the government.…

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  • Personal Narrative: Lions And Bears, Oh My !

    Makenzie Jensen 10/19/17 3rd hour/Barker Personal Narrative Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!!!! The birds are singing from the tops of the trees. Butterflies fluttering around me. The stream babbling in the distance. All I can see is green for miles. And beyond that are the mountain tops painted in snow. The chilly air blows my long, luscious golden hair out of my face. Shivering, I wrap the thick wool blanket I’m holding around me tightly. I am staring at what would be the most perfect…

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  • Sartre's Identity In The Hermeneutic, By Joseph Fanon

    There is an old story about a lion that was raised by sheep. This lion would eat grass like sheep and graze the landside like sheep because in its mind, the lion was a sheep. Regardless of the surroundings, the lion attended to its identity as if it was a sheep. But, one day while they were moving through the valley, the lion heard a roar from the top of the mountain. When the lion looked up from the mountain and saw the lion it recognized something in the lion that was similar to itself that…

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