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    them that the storm was coming. It was 1980 in the South Atlantic Ocean, there was a storm that had been growing for 6 hours. A medical researcher named James Smith and his crew of 7 were out on the ocean that day transporting a herd of elephants. The elephants were going crazy destroying almost everything they could and some were killing themselves by walking off cliffs or drowning in water. James was taking them to America to have tests done on them. The storm by now has been growing for 7…

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    Epigenetics Vs Holocaust

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    epigenetics. If we look at the connection between the Holocaust and epigenetics through the lens of George Orwell’s “Shooting an Elephant,” the topic of epigenetics become more relatable and easier to understand. Hence, Orwell makes it easier for us to digest the influence of the Nazi Germany military on Holocaust victims and their offspring at the genetic…

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    Research Paper On Cheetah

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    One hot, sunny day in the African savannah, Cheetah, Elephant, Monkey, and Snake heard a bunch of animals bullying a bunch of spiders. The animals were saying to the spiders that they didn’t have any abilities. The spiders felt sad. They wished that they were not even born! Cheetah, Monkey, Elephant, and Snake were feeling sad about the spiders. Cheetah informed, “Let's go to the mysterious village." Elephant asked, “Why?" Cheetah said, “We are going to get the poisonous medicine for the…

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    communicate over long distance in similar ways, but of course have differences since they evolved from different ancestors. Specific to this paper, elephants and whales are discussed; the way their ears, external or internal, are structures and how each section of their ears function to aid in the process of hearing frequencies from conspecifics. Elephants not only use their large ears to capture frequencies of sound, but they also use fatty cushions in the feet pads to detect vibrations by…

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    Non-Conformity Defined in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, “Conformity is the fact or state of obeying or agreeing with a behavior that is similar to a behavior of most other people in a society, group, etc.” In the following reading selections: “Shooting an Elephant” by George Orwell, “They Call Him a Miracle Worker” by Michael Ryan, and “Salvation” by Langston Hughes, the authors illustrate how the characters of these essays felt pressured to conform to the expectations of others without…

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    Fear The Wind Quotes

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    Wind.” It has multiple characters, which includes: Buddha, elephant, local people, king, elephant trainers. The main character is the elephant. Buddha is the hero I know because he helps the elephant overcome her fear. The king is the villain, with elephant trainers as his sidekicks. I know that the king is the villain because the folktale states, “The king wanted to be sure that the elephant would obey his every command, so when the elephant didn’t do what the trainers told her to do – and…

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    The jig is a form of lively folk dance in compound meter, as well as the accompanying dance tune. In Hills Like White Elephants, jig can symbolize the fact that Ernest Hemingway dances around the topic of Jig being pregnant and deciding on whether or not to get an abortion. Another thing that the name Jig might be symbolic of is a jigsaw. A jigsaw is a tool that one uses…

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    killed and the benefits of hunting fees are not significant at all. Nyae Nyae, a wildlife reserve in Namibia’s Kalahari Desert, protects one of the last large elephants in the world. In addition to these elephants, around 3,000 of the San people live there in the harsh conditions. During one of the sweltering, scorching days of September, elephants could be seen roaming around the park, leaving behind flat grass, broken twigs, and large feces in their midst. However, they…

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    When people think of international travel, they often think of exotic people, places, and animals that are foreign to them. Swimming with dolphins, riding elephants, visiting large cats, staged photos with wild animals, rodeos and animals in shows are just a few ways animals play a part in tourist attractions. The desire to see and interact with both wild and domesticated animals is a major part of the tourism industry. In 1988, one study estimated, wildlife tourism accounted for 20-40% of…

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    Ivory Trade In China

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    Introduction Elephants are considered ones of world 's most magnificent animals in today 's society, but sadly they are facing extinction; mostly because of China 's market forcing to the price of ivory through the roof, to the price of that was once reserved for the one of the most valuable commodity, gold. Unlike most "middle" class citizens around the world, China 's middle class citizens tend to have a strong purchasing power. Due to the booming of China 's middle class, consumer demands are…

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