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    business. Among his artwork his sculpture "Michael Jackson and Bubbles," presents how shape, color and line can be combined to achieve a unique blend to portray a modern celebrity. The sculpture shows the famous singer Michael Jackson embracing his pet chimpanzee named Bubbles, who is sitting on his lap. This sculpture, which was created in 1988, is made of a gold plated porcelain and portray the figure Michael Jackson leaning back in an uncomfortable and unnatural position. His arm is turned…

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    The Webster dictionary defines violence as “The use of physical force to harm someone, to damage property”(Violence, n.d.).There is no doubt that violence has been apparent in the evolution of humans, whether it be in modern civilization or in the early stages of homo sapient life. The question lies in whether violence is something humans have programmed in their genes or is a product of human lifestyle and culture. The topic of whether humans are violent by nature or not has been debated for…

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    I think Jane Goodall is a good person because she helped us know more about chimpanzee and how they are just like us and some ways smarter than us, also she discovered things about the chimpanzee that we would have never known without her. I think Jane Goodall is a good person because she didn't let what other people said to her affect and do what she loved she took it as more confidence…

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    skeleton ever to be discovered. The finding of this skeleton lets us know besides having a smaller brain, wider hips, and a small bit of longer arms homo erectus are very much like us. The main difference though is their growth rate represented a chimpanzee rather than a human. This allowed me to stop for a moment and reflect on my thinking and perception on what I have learned in anthropology so far and made me realize the major change from homo erectus from us was brain size and like the…

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    Stevenson Jean Prof. Neil Leach Fall 2016 Emergence Chapters summary Emergence: The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities, and Software, by Steven Johnson The word emergence is defined as a system that has many mechanism, but none of the mechanism is called to be the leader of that system. The system works as a whole; every constituent knows their role to fulfil their task without any interruptions. Within the system, all entities follow basic rules and behave to achieve their goal in the same…

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    Chimpanzees

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    Among the questions they ask are, as the land changes, how do forests, watersheds and chimpanzees respond, and where are the most opportunities to restore and protect critical watersheds and chimpanzee habitats? They then take that information back to the villages surrounding Gombe so the villagers can make science-based conservation and land-use decisions, such as where to restrict logging…

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    including: anecdotes, loaded language, and the appeal to pity to convince her audience. Goodall uses emotional appeal effectively in her argument, because she evokes sympathy and empathy from her audience. She changes her audience’s perspective on chimpanzee and other animal testing. These chimpanzees are not invulnerable. Jane Goodall claims that researchers should be knowledgeable about the species they are testing, should have to observe the effects of the testing, and should have to find…

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    relatives. Goodall takes a logical approach of describing how we are ethologically, behaviorally, similar. She does so by recounting an experience she had while in the Gombe, a state of Nigeria. Goodall and a colleague, David Greybeard, observed a chimpanzee male performing an unprecedented behavior. “I saw that he was picking little pieces of grass and using them to fish termites from their underground nest. And not only that -- he would sometimes pick a leafy twig and strip the leaves --…

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    When Jane Goodall was two years old, she received toy chimpanzee from her mother which she still has. She was a good student, but she also liked to spend time outside learning about animals. She spent five hours in a hen-house so she could see how a hen lays an egg. She observed native birds and animals, making extensive notes and sketches. By the time she was ten or eleven, she dreamed of living with animals in Africa.() Since she was young, she loved animals, so she decided to go Africa to do…

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    Bonobos Research Paper

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    less than 100 years ago, the (descriptive word) monkey was commonly mistaken for “dwarf chimpanzees” (Myrtille Guillon). Comparatively to the chimpanzee, bonobos are much smaller, the misconception arose since the common chimpanzee and bonobos share a similar environment, separated only by the Congo river. Many people believed they were the same type of chimpanzee but the Bonobos were smaller because their food sources were more scarce causing them to not grow to their full potential. Instead,…

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