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    spend three and a half hours researching critics and other theorists who have written about the impact of bears in Alaska and the changes they face. From studying the different critic approaches to the concepts that I will be writing on, one of the things that I noticed was that while many discuss the lives and habitats of Alaskan brown bears. The critics will often times state that the lives of these bears are changing, one critic that mentioned this was Suring, who while studying the effects on brown bears on the Kenai Peninsula, pointed out that in many areas bear populations and their habits were declining due to human encroachment and interaction. This assumption was also brought up in a special committee report for brown bears in Alaska, which mentions that while there was an increase in interactions between humans and bears. It also states that there are several causes for this increase such as shrinking habitats and changing food supplies, which means that Alaska’s food sources for its wildlife will…

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    • 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…

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    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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    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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    The Yeti Research Paper

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    What if i told you there is a gorilla-man that stood over 9 feet tall? Most people don't believe this; however, I know that yetis are indeed real. The yeti is a huge ape like man that roams the mountains and forests. He is “variably described as a primate ranging from 6 to 15 feet tall”(“Sasquatch”) that stands on two erect feet . The yeti often gives off a foul scent, and either moves silently or emitting a high-pitched cry. Footprints of the yeti have been measured up to 24 inches long and 8…

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    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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    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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    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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    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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    The Bear Parody

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    As the famous saying goes, “Bears would be bears”. Okay. That’s not a saying. But whether you like it not, no one would ever dare to stand toe-to-toe with a massive 7-footer, 500-lb, fanged, fury mammal. Even the bravest hunter would rattle in fear when a wild, hungry bear had its eyes fixed directly onto him while in ready-to-attack beast mode. Who would have thought that a fury brown grizzly would tear your apart for lunch? Freaky! But don’t worry folks. No matter how hungry and outrageous…

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