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    The sun rose up in the almost pale red sky, casting the darkness aside. Most of the creatures on this planet live underground, due to the hostile weather. But the few who live on the surface are doing their tasks. Farming, building, keeping the water flowing and clean, and a few other tasks that are important to life on their planets, but not as important as the Breeding Program. Since the females have long age died out, the males of the higher class started to follow due to the lack of births. The higher and lower classes can not por-create. So the males have been taking women with DNA matches from other planets, to breed with. So the job at the Breeding Program is to look through the endless folders of DNA of females that have ever been born,…

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    also need to rethink how we explain things to guests as well. It is easy to sugar coat things, and not be fully honest with guests. I think if we want to be leaders in this field, we need to stop doing this. We need to be fully honest with guests about what we do, and why we do it. If we want funding in the future, we need transparency. On the same note, we need to stop trying to bring animals into zoos that do not make a great fit. Yes, people want to see certain animals like elephants, zebra,…

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    Captive breeding and reintroduction programs are important tools for the establishment of threatened animal populations, but experimental approaches require to compare the outcomes of these programs that will increase post-release survival. The Kaiser’s Mountain Newt, Neurergus kaiseri is listed as a vulnerable by IUCN criteria, to aid about the ecology and the conservation of this species, we carried out a trial release of 20 newts reared in captivity on 4 occasions during the spring and summer…

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    Introduction The purpose of my research paper was to define and expand on what animal inbreeding and selective breeding is in the Herpetology world. I have provided definitions of both along with the pros and cons as well. Once done, I hope you will have a clear understanding of the uniqueness of each along with the positive and negative aspects of both topics. Both topics are allowed to be very objective, subjective, or opinionated; however, in the end, inbreeding and selective breeding…

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    and lack the sagacity required for the tough job. Supporters of captive breeding, along with zoos, proclaim that the released animals are actually acclimating well and that zoos have saved certain animals from extinction (“Captive Breeding” 69). Even though captive breeding is actually a failing system, in some cases it has worked. Native in Africa, Bongos are a threatened forest antelope that have been reintroduced back into its natural habitat with help of the AZA Bongo Species Survival Plan.…

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    Inbreeding in captive populations of animals also occurs, and is generally done intentionally for various reasons. Animals can become inbred as a result of selective breeding for desirable traits. Animals in captivity face different selection pressures in comparison to those in the wild, as they are provided with optimal environmental conditions and have the natural ability to choose a mate removed. Breeding solely within a single captive population of animals eliminates the addition of…

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    Proper socialization and training will bring out the best in any dog's temperament and behavior. It's true that many purebred dogs suffer from genetic conditions that have been passed from one generation to the next. Careful cross breeding may lower the chances of passing on a particular condition if only one parent is a carrier.Keep in mind that many of today's purebred dogs were founded on crosses of different breeds, and they have been refined through selective breeding to produce the…

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    Argumentative Essay Rough Draft Does a child in the community have to die before pit bulls are banned? The breeds of dogs that are considered pit bulls are the American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, American Bully, and Staffordshire Bull Terrier. The American Bulldog is sometimes considered a pit bull, too. No dog breed is perfect; however, the Pit Bull is an aggressive and dangerous dog breed that should be carefully monitored. There are several measures that communities…

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    lodging (Hedden, 2003). Table 2 Changes in production input in India, Pakistan and china due to the green revolution adapted from (Wu & Butz, 2004). Changes in Product Quality The green revolution started with the intention of increasing yields and yield stability. However, with time wheat exportation became significant for many countries which makes it competitive on the global market. many importers are very specific on the quality of the product they receive (Trethowan et al., 2007).…

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    since this technology leads to very high yields of food. What’s more is the fact that these foods are easy to grow and therefore in the developing countries where access to food is difficult, millions of lives can be saved with these high yields. Additionally, GMO crops can grow just about anywhere making them ideal even for places with poor climate conditions. GM crops have desirable qualities. Compared to the non-modified crops, those that have undergone genetic modification are…

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