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    and other biomedical, commercial, and healthcare uses ("Animal Testing - ProCon.org"). Although it may seem that there are many benefits of testing on animals it is still very inhumane to the animals. These animals being locked inside these barren cages begin to lack the enrichment they need. The lack of environmental enrichment causes them to become stressed and the develop neurotic behaviors. Such behaviors include “incessantly spinning in circles, rocking back and forth, pulling out their own…

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    However, he is frequently allowed to fly around the room, just as he is now. I observe how Jerome moves his body, gracefully and efficiently through the air, reminding me of my past days. Back before being locked in my cage, my most enjoyable pleasures were physical activity and the outdoors. Whether it was sports, weightlifting, or just hopping into the wonderful nature of the world and taking a stroll, I loved it. I missed the feeling of fist bumping my teammates after…

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    An example of Emily taking her first risk, “Piercing the bars of his cage, she held out her hand to him, palm open. She felt his mouth engulf it. She felt his teeth touch her skin. She thought he was going to bite down. But his mouth held steady. Carefully the cage so she could stroke his head and neck and back. His fur was like the leather of her father’s jacket.” (105) Emily took a risk by putting her hand out to…

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    Dug up a grave and buried Josie. After that experience of losing something, I know now to remember that even though I'm being rushed I just have to sit there for 10 seconds and think, “Did I remember to do that?”. Never again will I leave my animal cage open for another animal to…

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    1 The biotic factors of the experiment are the fish, plants, killifish, and heavy vegetation. The abiotic factors are the cages and the stream movement. Fish in the vegetation-heavy enclosures died. When oxygen is consumed by vegetation, fish become stressed out. This stress causes them to die as they do not eat in environments with dense vegetation. In the researcher’s experiment, some enclosures lacked vegetation. The enclosures that were not vegetation-heavy did not stress the fish out. The…

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    Michael Jordan Have you ever wanted to fly threw the air like MJ? These are three character traits that you didn’t know about Michael J. I think Michael Jordan is a hero because of his athleticism, what do you think? He won 6 championships, WOW! He also averaged 37.1 points a game which gave him NBA rookie of the year award. He was very successful in his career with, 5 most valuable player awards, winning a dunk contest by jumping from the free throw line, and being in 13 all star games. If…

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    her in which children are captivated. She is treated like a small kid who has no sensibility by her husband. The whole day she is captivated in that room like a bird who is captivated in the cage and desire to fly. Similarly, Jane and Edna of The Awakening both are portrayed as a bird who are bound in the cage by the patriarchal society. The so much societal boundaries seems like a prison to women in…

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    Grammar In A Doll's House

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    In the play “A Doll’s House” the playwright Isben uses grammar and framing to depict a very possible sounding realty about how someone could be groomed to think they shouldn’t say their opinion and how the use of pet names could change a relationship and how you can see the person’s realization about what's happening in their life In the opening part of the play it’s shown that Nora and the Maid are preparing and cleaning while Torvald is alone in his study and after she’s preparing and hiding…

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    people don't understand how depressed or hurt animals can get from being in zoo’s or in a cage or even fighting. Animal cruelty has been an issue for a very long time with people over working their animals to hard or using them for entertainment. The use of animals for entertainment or gaming causes animals to get injured or killed, they can get depressed from being in a zoo, and instead of being in a cage they should be in their natural habitat. In the case of show horses the trainers don't…

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    We need to stop china from doing harm full things to these animals. China puts dog in cages,they put like 6-10 dogs in one small cage. The beat them with wooden sticks so they will not attack. I would hate to go to china because I would not like to see any animal get hurt. They deserve a life like you deserve one. Chain will do anything to a dog that is bad…

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