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    are really good pets. But they like to chew stuff if they do not have a lot of chew toys. They have different calls for different times like when in danger,or when they want to play. Chinchillas love to be held but if held too tightly they will bite you. And the need to be fed daily and new water. But people think they are only for holding and to pet but they are good stress pets. Sleeping Habits. Most active at night, chinchillas can also be active during daylight hours. They're not quite nocturnal -- they' Most active at night, chinchillas can also be active during daylight hours. They're not quite nocturnal -- they're crepuscular, meaning their peak activity periods are dawn and dusk. At dawn, you're either sleeping or hustling to get on your way to work or school. Late afternoon should be a great time for you and your pet to interact.re crepuscular, meaning their peak activity periods are dawn and dusk.…

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    Essay On Ferrets

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    Ferrets are very good pets but in California, they aren’t legal. Ferrets are not legal in California only and it doesn’t make much sense. The fact that ferrets aren’t legal makes sense; but what is weird is that California is the only state where ferrets aren’t legal. This text tells all about ferrets and why they aren’t and are legal. To a lot of people, they love ferrets and would do anything to legalize them. But there are others who don’t like ferrets; they have their reasons. There are also…

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    Have you ever had a hamster before? Although there are many great animals, I think hamsters are the one of the greatest pets to have. In my opinion, hamsters are fast runners, they are really fuzzy, and they like to eat a lot. One reason is that hamsters are great pets because they are really fast runners. When they run in their hamster wheel or hamster ball, they are really really fast. They get really energetic when they are running. According to the website Hamster Wheels, They could run up…

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    melatonin, which keeps certain cancers from developing, and our bodies need darkness for sleep." In this quote, Bogard states that by being in darkness, the human body produces a hormone called melatonin. He then explains the benefits of the hormone in the body, which is that it keeps some cancers from developing and helps people sleep. Knowing that benefit, the audience is more inclined to help Bogard protect the darkness. To further influence the audience, he also includes other reasons that…

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    Research Paper On Bears

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    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 stocky legs, long snouts, shaggy hair, plantigrade paws with five nonretractile claws, and short tails. While the polar bear is mostly carnivorous, and the giant panda feeds almost entirely on bamboo, the remaining…

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    human body. Bogard then concludes his argument that darkness is essential to human well-being by analyzing sleep. He first makes the obvious claim that darkness is essential for sleep. Then, he talks about the negative health effects of sleep disorders.; these include “diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease and depression.” To associate this with his argument for natural darkness, Bogard states the findings of recent research, which say that “long light” is one of the primary causes of “short…

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    species, have a prominent set of antlers. The bucks grow their antlers through the spring, and their velvet-tissue cover is shed in the summer. Then the antlers are put to use for fighting and mating in the fall, and they fall off and begin to grow back in the winter. Given these points, White-tailed deer are often hunted just because of their striking appearance. On the contrary, they are not the most easy animal to spot in the wild. The White-tailed deer can sprint up to 40 mph, and…

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    Miller or more commonly known as the white tailed deer live in most of North America. The white tailed deer has long, thin legs and a reddish summer coat and a dark brown winter coat along with the famous white tail that is shown when spooked. These deer have a white belly with a white eye rings and a white spot on the neck to under the mouth. Male deer or bucks grow antlers ever year starting in the spring and then shed their velvet off of the antlers in August. From later January to mid…

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    not having enough darkness, “Our bodies need darkness to produce the hormone melatonin, which keeps certain cancers from developing, and our bodies need darkness for sleep. Sleep disorders have been linked to diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease and depression, and recent research suggests one main cause of "short sleep" is "long light." Whether we work at night or simply take our tablets, notebooks and smartphones to bed, there isn't a place for this much artificial light in our lives.”…

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    Sleep No More Analysis

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    but ironically they make you wait outside and later the audience is led into a red lined bar which adds to the waiting time. They say the tickets are high priced for a show you cannot fully appreciate (Gillinson). On the contrary, NY Times describes this play as a remarkable piece of theater. They start out by saying that Punchdrunks new dig is “to die for”. Next they compliment the creative team by saying they mess with your head as an artificial stimulant. Voyageurs are delighted with all the…

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