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  • Daniel The Giant Danio: Short Story

    Daniel the Giant Danio Introduction Daniel. What kind of name is that for a fish? A Great one. Oh well. I guess that's the story we're going with. I guess. Anyway, Daniel is a Great big fat Danio which is basically a type of fish that's pretty huge. 5 inches. Big Whoop. Eh, I kinda agree that's not so BIG. Ya know what? I'm done for the Intro. I'll let Kirby take over the next gosh darn part.Who says I'm writing the next part? Fine then. I'll do it. Daniel was in his tank at the pet…

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  • Marine Ocean Trade Negative Effect

    saltwater fish to households and aquariums all over the world. Although it is relatively simple to buy a few fish at the pet store, most people are not questioning where their new pets originate from and what kind of process their fish, if they are not bred in the United States, must endure before they are bought by the local pet store or a wholesale shop. This ignorance has allowed the marine aquarium trade to monopolize the fish trade, whether they are freshwater or saltwater fish, with…

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  • Alligators And Crocodiles Essay

    “The Difference between Alligators and Crocodiles” Plenty of people confuse the alligators and crocodiles, as they are both large, scaly animals of prey. What most people do not think of is that while they are very alike in some ways, they are two extremely different, yet super frightening hunters. Both of these reptiles are members of the reptilian family Crocodylia, however they are from two different families. There are a sum of 25 types of crocodilians (belonging to the Crocodylia family),…

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  • Human's Effect On Invasive Species Ecosystems

    Invasive species, also called nature’s invaders, are a species that is not native to the environment it now lives in and is harmful to the ecosystem of that environment. They can be there due to a natural phenomenon, such as a flood, but more likely they were brought there by humans. Therefore, humans play a huge role in creating and controlling invasive species. An invasive species is able to cause the extinction of the native plants and animals, they multiply quickly and take a lot of the…

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  • The Bass The River And Sheila Mant Summary

    way to the concert the huge bass snagged itself on the fishing line being the first biggest bass the narrator has ever seen in his life. This is where he has to decide weither to catch the bass or let the fishing line go and choose the girl over the fish. Does he give up Sheila Mant or the huge bass? The narrator chooses Sheila and lets the bass go to make Sheila proud. Once they get to the concert Sheila ditches the narrator and goes home with a guy named Eric. The narrator finally gets over…

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  • Minced Fish Experiment

    species of fish selected in this experiment was Nemipterus spp (ikan kerisi). Nemipterus spp or Threadfin Bream is major used in the production of surimi as it is known to exhibit good gel-forming ability (Park, 2014). Table 1 above shows the raw data of the fish. The weight of fresh fish is 12.000 kg but after deboning the weight of minced fish meat process was only left 4.970 kg. At the end of the experiment, after all the washing and pressing process, the weight of the minced fish meat…

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  • Analysis Of The Old Man And The Sea By Ernest Hemingway

    The old man can’t cut the line between the giant marlin and him because, Santiago is trying to prove to everyone that he could still catch fish on his own despite what other people think of him. By carefully analyzing key research, such as the novel, one can come up with a certain conclusion that the main character, Santiago represents the desires, the mentality, and the lifestyle that is identical to Hemingway's. In Ernest Hemingway’s novel The Old Man and the Sea, Hemingway portrays the old…

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  • Whaling Industry Essay

    most of the people in Japan do not eat whale meat, but some small communities still do. Coastal villages in Norway and Japan depend on hunting and fishing for their livelihoods. Since there are a lot of quotas on the capture of particular species of fish, whale hunting serves as a means for supplementing incomes in rural areas. From the economic side, “whaling doesn’t just affect the economies of the countries that participate, as many countries have strong whale watching and other ecotourism…

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  • Traditional Fishing Community Analysis

    Background The pursuit of a world without poverty is now a global challenge not only for global actors but also people themselves. This challenge is very significant especially in traditional fishing communities where the deprivation of multiple indicators is constant and continues (IFAD, 2003). The questions being shooted are like why are traditional fishermen so often poor? why are efforts of poverty alleviate programs not resulting with desired outcomes? How experience of poverty in…

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  • Who Is A Fish In Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart

    Why do you suppose two Betta fish always fight when placed into a bowl of water? It could be inferred to be a territorial instinct, or probably a way to fight for mates, but whichever way you look at it, they always seem to fight when placed together. Beta fish, much like people, can sometimes fight for similar reasons, but sometimes it can be for more personal reasons like religion or values. In Chinua Achebe’s book, Things Fall Apart, he tells the story of an eighteenth century African…

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