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    The african elephant is located at african in the savanna there is a rainy season and dry season. the weather is it goes rainy and then it get’s hot. The abiotic that lives there is african wild dog, blackmamba, caracal, ,chacma, egyptian mongoose,roots grasses,fruit,and bark. Weighing up to 6000 kg 6.6 tons and measuring up to 3.3 m 10 ft. at the shoulder the African elephant is the world’s largest land mammal. It is characterized by its highly dexterous trunk, long curved tusks, and…

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    The story “Shooting an Elephant” the author talks about him getting forced into doing something he didn't want to. It all happen when he was told that an elephant was out of control he had to do something before the elephant caused more harm to the public. He got a rifle and headed where the elephant was located at. The elephant was there peacefully eating showing no signs of danger. He didn't want to shot the elephant and more people were coming behind waiting for the elephant to be shot. As…

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    “Shooting an Elephant” “Shooting an Elephant” is about the guilt of British colonialism that George Orwell faces as a sub-divisional police officer. Based on his experiences, he has seen the real wickedness of imperialism. In “Shooting an Elephant”, Orwell displays the evil of imperialism as harsh, belligerent, and provoking. First, Orwell encounters the harshness of imperialism. Orwell says, “ the sneering yellow faces of young men… the insults hooted me when I was at a safe distance.”(323)…

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    KOYASO LEKOLOI SHOT His first elephant in anger. The hundred or so that followed he killed for money. During nearly two decades as a poacher, bandit, thief, and alleged murderer Lekoloi killed more elephants than any other individual in northern Kenya until, tired of life on the run, he decided to give up poaching. I met Lekoloi by the side of a dry riverbed just outside Samburu National Reserve in Kenya’s arid, craggy north. We sat on the ground beneath a towering acacia tree to talk. The sand…

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    Critique on ‘Shoot an Elephant’ In todays’ society, we are influenced by many peers. Even though many may say to ourselves, “I make my own decision, I am my own person, I will do what I think is right.” With that being said by most of us, are we really doing what ‘we’ think is right, or are our decisions being made being influenced by other individuals? It comes across that George Orwell’s essay reflects what many may go through today. The struggle to do what is morally right when an entire…

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    The elephant known as the African Elephant, is the largest land animal. You’ll be amazed at what you’ll discover about the African elephant's tusks. So sit back and get ready to hear about their habitat, places they live, environment, food, habits, their intelligence, and echolocation. Most African Elephants live in Sub Saharan Africa and the rain forest of central and west Africa, also the Sabel desert in Mali. The Asian…

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    In this story Elephant, is about a man out of his natural region and out of place in a different country with different ethnicities. In this story there was a man who was peer pressured to kill an Elephant who wasn’t being destructive anymore. The man who was pressured to kill this animal was pressured even though the elephant wasn’t in musk anymore. The three main messages in this story's is that he has no real intentions to kill an elephant, this story suggests that we sometimes do things we…

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    Conflicted Tones in “Shooting an Elephant” In George Orwell’s essay, “Shooting an Elephant”, the narrator kills an elephant, despite his reluctance to do so. An escaped elephant runs through a village and he follows in an attempt to corral the beast. The narrator carries a gun with him as a safety precaution, but has no actual plans to kill the elephant. However, the Burmans surrounding him push him to kill. This causes him to feel a large amount of cognitive dissonance. Orwell conveys this…

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    Imperialism is a policy extending a country’s power and influence through diplomacy or military force. In George Orwell’s Shooting an Elephant he portrays evil imperialism through symbols, including Orwell himself, the elephant, and the dead coolie. First off, Orwell represents evil imperialism because he represents authority he represents the people themselves, and he represents a puppet or mask. Orwell represents authority because he is the sub-divisional police officer. Being a police…

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    Did you know that elephants are now recognized a highly socially cognitive? The article “Elephants Can Lend a Helping Trunk”, the passage “Elephants Know When They Need a Helping Trunk in a Cooperative Task”, and the video “Elephants Show Cooperation”, prove the new skills that they discovered about Elephants. This experiment conducted on elephants shows that elephants are very socially cognitive, meaning that they know when they can do something alone or with the help of someone. In this…

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