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    civilization is in the world affects what they grow, domesticated animals, minerals and ability to make steel, and exposure to germs and disease. Geography location affects what crops are being grown and developed in a civilization by their climate. If poeple are living in a place where there is a climate to grow wheat and barley then the they didn’t have to farm all the time but instead build structures and improve the civilization. Wheat and barley is a great crop because it is high in protein, has surplus in calories,…

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    Before the arrival of Europeans in the Americas, hunting, fishing, farming, gathering, and raising domesticated animals were the most common ways people sustained their way of life. Even though the Native Americans were suffering from an insufficiency of farming capability, their abilities to adapt to their environment was good and gave them a greater sense of appreciation for their bountiful land. Natives were one of the populations who lived more naturally. They used trees and rocks to produce…

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    farm, qualification to domesticate animals, the capability to resist disease, and the intelligence to produce steel. The geographic locations influences agriculture because plants can only grow in the climate they are adapted to. Climate is determined by the latitude a geographic location is at. If a civilization has a crop that has a limited amount of labor to harvest less people would have…

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    2) a,b : This passage is taken from "What is Enlightenment", by Immanuel Kant, from the first page of the essay. Kant is criticizing the over dependence of a grown up individual for nurturing and caretaking and possibly resisting the responsibilities brought to him. He says these deficiencies are caused by laziness and cowardice. Kant states that enlightenment is a man freeing himself from self-imposed nonage. He moves on explaining the reasons why this nonage takes place, and then moves on…

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    Exotic Pet Research Paper

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    only your lifestyle but which would be your ideal pet too, can be a bit of a challenge. You may not want something too difficult to keep or an animal that needs a very special environment to live in which could prove very costly to set up. Fortunately, there is a large selection of exotic animals that are not as difficult to care for and five of them are listed below: • A Chinese fire belly Newt Chinese tritons Belly Fire are semi-creatures -aquatic that boast bright orange belly - Hence their…

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    Guinea Pig Research Paper

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    According to his article, the Guinea Pig is a domesticated species of rodent that came from South America that belongs to the cavy family. They have a very robust body with short study limbs, large eyes and head, and very tiny short ears. Their feet have hairless soles, like many other mammals, they also have very sharp short claws. The Guinea Pig us a fairly large rodent that weighs one to up to three pounds, and is twenty to forty centimeters long. They used to be a native animal in…

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    In the early civilization of Rome Dogs were used as a soldiers trustworthy companion, Egypt Cats are worshipped as Divine beings. Humans as a race has always depend on beasts like these as Hunters, Protectors, Fighters, and even members of our family. The question a lot of people face today is which is better, Dogs or Cats, The true answer is neither surpasses the other in every way. They both have many perks, and flaws. They are more similar then some admit, but still so different it’s…

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    Exotic Animals as Pets It is believed that exotic animals live in American homes more than American zoos. Exotic animals kept as pets live with their human owners. Should citizens keep exotic animals as pets? Citizens should not keep exotic animals as pets because they do not make good companions, they are dangerous to the owners and community, and they carry many diseases. One reason why exotic animals should not be kept as pets is because they do not make good companions. Exotic animals are…

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    Pet Ethical Dilemmas

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    In this paper, I want to focus on how society talks about pets and the ethical concerns around owning different animal beings. Through my experience of owning a turtle, I have realized he is not what anyone would consider a “pet” because society doesn’t regard him as a normal “pet”. I will argue the social construct of “pets” is harmful because it results in humans treating animal beings unequally. Childhood stories, fables and television portray turtles as being slow and cautious, which gave…

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    Paragraph On Pet Birds

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    Which pet a dog , cat or a bird?? A pet is an animal kept for companionship and enjoyment or a household animal as opposed to livestock, laboratory animals, sport animals or working animal which are kept for economic reasons. It is proven that the pets are useful to people, decreasing depression and brings a person’s overall happiness. Dogs are not always the best option to choose, there are many other types of pets to select. Now a days there are aptitude test to find out which pet is suitable…

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