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  • Aguilla Japona Research Paper

    Endangered eel: Anguilla Japonica Anguilla Japonica, most commonly known as the Japanese eel is classified as an endangered species whose habitat surrounds the coasts of Japan. Based on various credited sources, an analysis was performed in order to determine the likelihood of this eel to go extinct. Biological components and statistical data were taken into account and based on the observed results, it is logical to hypothesize that within a span of years this eel can go extinct. Nonetheless, various conservation strategies can be put into practice with the goal of saving this endangered species. In order to understand the reasons as to why this specie is endangered, it is necessary to first know about its physical appearance and biological…

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  • Slippery As An Eel Research Paper

    You described them as all uniform, so what we can take from this is that there is no significance but the eels (For example, if they were rainbow coloured, the meaning would change). Eels indicate issues with commitment. You have problems choosing something and sticking with it. This easily relates to your problems because you are having problems choosing schools. Consider the phrase “slippery as an eel”. You are trying to avoid the responsibility and commitment needed to choose a schooling…

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  • Tension In Eel Marsh House

    In Eel Marsh ‘Down below me on the ground floor of the house, silence, a seething, blanketing, almost tangible silence, and a musty darkness thick as felt.’ (quote book). ‘Blanketing’ suggests that there is a lot of mist building up layers around the ground floor. The descriptions of Eel Marsh House gives it a range of different moods, but mainly a ghastly touch. The house is described as a ‘musty darkness’ hints that it is sort of a fog/mist. However it could be that it smell as that's what…

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  • Electric Fish Essay

    Many people may ask the question: why study such an exotic sensory system such as the electrosensation in electric fish? Could it be because of the natural curiosity that we as human’s exhibit, or maybe because we are intrigued by the various morphological and physiological adaptations that are seen across a plethora of environments? Well, more evolved organisms have achieved their higher traits not from new mechanisms that spontaneously appeared, but from old mechanisms that they share with…

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  • Male Dominance In Shakespeare Essay

    As with many cultures around the globe, men were predominantly the head of the household. Men were expected to be the breadwinner and provide for his family. They also “made the decisions” and “women were expected to obey them” (Dobarganes). As you can probably tell, it was a male dominated society with women having little to no power. Only women of the nobility were given an education and the rest “had to stay home and learn to run [a] household” (EEL). By having little to no education and…

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  • Essay On Filter Feeders

    normal for larger filter feeders to consume smaller filter feeders such as the larvae of crustaceans and bivalves. In the Bathypelagic zone filter feeders include glass sponge and tube worms. (Paleontological Research Institution, 2015) Detritivores Detritivores are the organisms that feeds on the detritus, in this case in the deep sea it is the marine snow. In the Bathypelagic zone there are many types of detritivores include the giant spider crubs, the mussels, the brittle sea stars and the…

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  • How Does Susan Hill Create Fear In The Woman In Black

    Crythin Gifford to go through the papers of the dead Mrs Drablow. Her house, called the Eel Marsh House, is far away from any other house, and it is said to be haunted. When Arthur gets to the house, he sees a woman. She appears and disappears multiple times and Arthur gets a little frightened. The place is nerve-wrecking, so a pony and trap picks Arthur up and brings him back to the village. Back in Crythin Gifford, Arthur Kipps tries to find a companion who can go back to Eel Marsh house with…

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  • Hemmoor Sea Essay

    created by lignite mining. It features the following Direction: From shore Depth: 20-40 Visibility: Medium (5-10) m. It’s good after 12m Cave: No Night dive: Yes Free: No Fish and Animals: cnidarians, crustaceans, aquatic snails, amphibians and swarms of fish like the Rudd, roach and perch. Temperature: 10 Degrees Celsius What to see: Truck cabins, sailboat wreck and underwater forest. Edersee Its located in northern Hesse. Edersee is a dam generating electricity owned by the…

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  • Symbols In The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne

    The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne has many symbols, but none of them really stand out as much as the one the book is named after, THE SCARLET LETTER. While The Scarlet Letter has many meanings, the most common known one is that it stands for adultery, the sin that occurred between Arthur Dimmesdale and Hester Prynne, how the meaning changes over the course of the book; it also appears as different things such as the meteor, the A pierced into Dimmesdale’s chest, when pearl created a…

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  • African Lungfishes

    Introduction: The African lungfishes are eel or salamander-like freshwater fishes belonging to the genus Protopterus that constitutes of four species that are all found in Africa. The genus Protopterus is the only genus affiliated to the family Protopteridae. The lifespan of lungfishes is about 20 years and more especially under favorable conditions. African lungfish are characterized by their outstanding adaptations that enabled them estivate during dry season. The species is also known by…

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