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  • Brown Bears Vs Polar Bears

    • Polar bears and brown bears can produce a hybrid offspring • Polar bears evolved from brown bears • The timing of when polar bears first appeared is vital because it determines when they have experienced warm periods with little sea ice historically • Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) – relationships based on differences in a group of genes • The polar bear genome discovered alterations in genes related to the development of the heart, cardiovascular function and lipid metabolism – this is why they can eat massive amounts of fat without getting sick. • Evidence that there is climate change so brown bears can expand their range northward • Their anatomy and DNA shows that they are genetically closely related • Increase mating with the brown…

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  • Killbear Park Research Paper

    His significant tombstone, in which indicates he is buried with his son Alfred claims he drowned and the body never found on October 4, 1882. However, he appears in the 1891 census! Could it be the tombstone should have 1892 instead? And then there is the other story about how he died — by being killed by a bear north of Parry Sound resulting in naming Killbear Park after the bear. (The naming of this park, from Killbear Point, is more likely named from the Objiwe Mukwa-Nayosh meaning 'Bear…

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  • Personal Narrative-Brown Bear

    Back when I was a child I often visited the library with my mother. I remember my mother taking me to the library every Sunday for story time. One of the librarians that worked in there would read us books and then we were able to check out a book for the week. When I was younger I also had a library card that I kept in my purse. To this day my favorite book is "Brown bear Brown bear" by Bill Martin. I used to check it out all the time and even now! I bring books to work frequently and "Brown…

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  • Brown Bear Greeting: My Experience In The Classroom

    This week, I was able to be more involved in the actual teaching within the classroom. Last week, I monitored student behavior a lot and made sure that everyone was on task when they were supposed to be. However, this week I taught morning meeting and skills block. During morning meeting, we would listen to the daily announcements on the overhead, then I would call everyone down to the carpet to sit in a circle. We began each day with a friendly greeting. This week it was “Brown Bear…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Captive Animals

    are forced to live in cannot possibly successfully recreate a habitat that allows for natural processes such as the food chain, sexual selection, and evolution. This can cause immense complications. With the food chain not materializing, the animals who consumed the animals that are presently captive will become famished and the animals that the captive animals used to consume would experience uncontrolled growth With evolution not correctly occurring the animals will adapt to unnatural…

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  • Personal Narrative: Newfoundland

    One unique, true thing about me is that I own 5 Newfoundlands. I’ve owned a total of 5 in my lifetime. A lot can be learned from owning Newfoundlands. One of them we own now, Hoosier, is the size of a horse! On 2 legs, he would be about 6 feet tall. He’s a Landseer, meaning he’s black and white. We have bred three litters with our dog Saydee. The puppies are not that commonly bred around here, so people from Iowa, Indiana, and even a family from California have come to buy them! They were bred…

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  • Through Black Spruce By Joseph Boyden: Poem Analysis

    activities. The law keepers in Moosefactory are similarly trapped in the “web” of the Netmakers, this is continuously seen in the novel when the police neglect the crimes against Will perpetrated by the Netmakers. Quotation. For the residents of Moosefactory the only way to survive is to abide to the social laws set by the Netmakers. In Will’s narrative the brown bear is symbolic of the need of community for survival. Will comes across the bear on a run and though initially threatened by the…

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  • Eric Carle's Effect On Children

    the states and move back to Germany. While growing up he attended different schools, but often struggled with comprehending all of the information, and this was what started his idea of breaking everything down to the simplest form to be able to understand the ideas, “reduce, reduce, reduce to make it easier for children” (Reading Rocket, web). When Carle moved back to New York City, he became a graphic designer for the NY Times, and then worked as an art director for an advertising agency, all…

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  • Descriptive Essay: The Animal Collector

    The Animal Collector In a large enterprise building, the CEO Mr Gregory lies nonchalantly on his revolving chair covered with the lush brown coat of a grizzly bear. He was looking out into the marvelous Settle skyline through a floor-to-ceiling window when his attention was attracted to something else, it was a palm-sized specimen of an endangered mouse-lemur he had recently obtained from Madagascar placed on an elaborate stand on his desk. It had eyes just as bright and lively as it was…

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  • Research Paper On Bears

    Bears are mammals of the family Ursidae. Bears are classified as caniforms, or doglike carnivorans, with the pinnipeds being their closest living relatives. Although only eight species of bears are extant, they are widespread, appearing in a wide variety of habitats throughout the Northern Hemisphere and partially in the Southern Hemisphere. Bears are found on the continents of North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Common characteristics of modern bears include large bodies with…

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