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    To kill or to be extinct? Zalophus Californianus Californianus are known as the California sea lions one out of the two species found in the washington state. The columbia river salmon and steelhead are facing a serious threat of extinction due to the sea lions since 2002, the salmon and steelhead population have been decreasing over the years and many are worried about the extinction of the salmon and steelhead. The population of the california sea lions has been increasing since the 1980’s in which the population was 300,000 sea lions, the population continues to expand at a grow rate of approximately 5.0% annually. However due to the growth of the sea lions the population is too big to feed all of the mammals they are endangering the species…

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    cover is the environmental problem that is facing the Oregon salmon population. The problem that we will be talking about, in particular, is the salmon in the Oregon rivers and ocean. There are many components that make up this problem. There are different solutions, as well, to try to fix the issue that salmon have. “Particularly worrisome is the accelerated downward trend in the last few years, signaling that some populations just may not be able to cope with fast-changing climatic conditions…

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    Raptor Research

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    Excluding Homo sapiens, the animal kingdom has species considered to be top predators in the aquatic, terrestrial, and aerial territory. For instance, the massive great white shark is probably the first animal to be thought of as the top predator of the ocean. However, in 1997, many witnessed an amazing event off the coast of California that changed the perception regarding the position of great white sharks as atop of the aquatic food chain. The…

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    Joe Grasse Patrick Murphy Section: Thurs. 11am The Physical Geography of Los Angeles, California Los Angeles: home to Hollywood, the Lakers, and some of the best beaches in the world. How did it get to be such a big city though? Physical geography definitely played a role in the settlement, the expansion, and will even shape the future of this great place. The history of Los Angeles and its geography begins when the Spanish arrived in the 18th century. They came in contact with Gabrielinos and…

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    Essay On African Lion

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    Common Name: The African lion mainly gives the most common name used to identify the social animal. African lions are very cautious towards each other, prey, and how to live. Taking chances requires strength and mobility for their survival needs. Groups only enhance more of a chance to survive, especially when helping each other out. Scientific Name: The African lion or scientifically named Panthera leo, can be described one of the most achievable predators in the world. Due to large sizes in…

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    Soon after seeing that a lion---Aslan---is the one who is singing, Andrew completely rejects this idea; rather than continuing to hear singing, he convinces himself that he is hearing roaring instead. Andrew does not want to believe, thus and he convinces himself that what is before his eyes is not real (126). This idea is confirmed on page 170 when Polly asks Aslan to make sure Uncle Andrew never returns to Narnia and Aslan asks, “Do you think he wants to?” The idea is confirmed for a second…

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    Zebra Research Paper

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    and the strip can brown. There can be thin strips and thick strips. There also darker strips. They all different general patters of strips. The mountain Zebra can 529 to 820 lbs. A mountain zebra are 3.8 to 4.9 feet tall at the shoulder. A plain zebra are 3.6 to 4.8 feet all at the shoulder and they weigh up to 770 lbs. a largest zebra is the Grevy Zebra weights 770 to 990 lbs. It is around 5 feet tall from shoulder to hoof. Zebra eat mostly grass and they will travel up to 1,800 mile to…

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    playing the exact opposite role. Another difference was the injury, with Kevin hit in the chest leading to his heart stopping, to Penny choking on her food. A difference that adds onto that was the method used to save the life, as Penny used C.P.R. to get the heart pumping again, and Kevin use the Heimlich maneuver to get the food out of a hazardous position. The fact that they both knew the appropriate practices was a miracle in itself. Moving onto the second story, “The Lion and the Mouse”,…

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    The Stripes Will Survives

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    Nirgiotis and Theodore Nirgiotis, and the video “Behind The Scenes with the National Zoo’s Lion Cubs”, all of the texts claim that the role of zoos is to protect animals from extinction or from harmful things in the wild. Whether certain animals have potentially fatal diseases or are disabled in some way, zoo keepers are there to protect the animals and help them grow and strive in areas where they are not skilled. In "The Stripes Will Survive", the text explains what specialists are doing…

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    Disney's Lion King is one of the most famous and controversial animated movies of all time. The movie contains some very important aspects of 20th century American culture such as capitalism, racism and sexism. The hidden messages of these delicate aspects for the society make the movie very controversial and criticized in different ways. Antelopes eat the grass and lions eat the antelopes. When lions die, they become the grass. It’s the circle of life, the beautiful simplicity of nature.…

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