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  • Sea Lion Research Paper

    Yet sea lions continue to be blamed for eating “too much” of their natural prey, and some say they must be killed to save the fish. 2007’s estimate of 4.7% of the fish to barely 1% of the run in 2012.Sea lions have been treated unfairly, they should get the chance to live freely. Throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries, sea lions were Slaughtered for their hides, oil rich blubber and even their…

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  • Finding Nemo Research Paper

    Most people who have seen Finding Nemo would probably remember the scene where Nemo’s father, Marlin, asks Crush, the hipster sea turtle, how old he is. When his answer was “Hundred and fifty, and still young, dude. Rock on.”, some people might have laughed and did not think much about it and the ones who are insightful about sea life may have said that the writers actually confused the sea turtles with tortoises. If people actually research about sea turtles, they will find that sea turtles…

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  • Creative Writing: Shark Teeth

    Shark Teeth “Liv, stop following me!” Pat shouts. “ I can go wherever I want to!” I clamor back. Grains of sand cave in and as I run to catch up with my older brother. Squinting my eyes at him while sneering, soon I was skipping forward. Letting out a sigh behind me, Pat decides to follow me on my tour down the beach. After a few minutes, I hear, “Liv! Get over here.” Rushing over to him, in no time at all, I’m looking over his shoulder. A small, black shark tooth is being turned in…

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  • Alligator Snapping Turtles

    Distribution: The alligator snapping turtle (Macrochelys temminckii) is found from northern Florida to southern Georgia and through the Gulf states into Texas (Nichols, M. 2007). It can also be found in more northern areas such as Kansas, Illinois, and Indiana; there have also been sighting as far west as California and Arizona. The alligator snapping turtle is confined to river systems in the United States that drain into the Gulf of Mexico (Clarke 1981). The most common sightings include the…

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  • The Alaskan Fishing Industry

    Over the last century, fishing in Alaskan waters has suffered its ups and downs. More than a hundred years ago, there was an abundance of thriving, healthy fish in the Atlantic waters of Alaska. However, around the turn of the 20th century, that changed drastically. Due to actions both caused by both man and nature, the fish population was drastically reduced and the fishing industry suffered major losses. Several factors contributed to the problem and the Alaskan fishing industry suffered…

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  • Essay On Great White Sharks

    “Sharks, like other fish, will exhibit a behavior called test biting”. Test biting is what it sounds like: an action in which a marine predator bites potential prey to see if it is consumable by their standards. Nevertheless, according to Shark Sider, sharks never finish what…

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  • Salt Water Experiment

    The best way to determine which concentration of salt water is ideal for hatching brine shrimp is to create a controlled experiment. This experiment would utilize four containers of water including; a 2% salt water concentration, a 4% salt water concentration, a 6% salt water concentration, and a container of fresh water, to set a base number of brine shrimp hatchlings for the experiment. Besides containing the salt water concentration, and the brine shrimp eggs, each container should receive…

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  • Chapter Summary Of 'To Kill A Mockingbird': Personal Narrative

    The chase begins. The poachers begin to gain on the unaware pod of blackfish. The poachers are ready for their foes; their faces vacuums of emotion, only cold and calculating. The poachers creep closer, a chase worthy of a proper soundtrack. Blackfish are swimming frantically with fear in their eyes as the predators ready their nets. They think of what is to come, preparing their minds for the death and destruction that they will cause for the sin of greed. The blackfish, despite their panicked…

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  • Personal Narrative-It's Time To Start A High School Club

    Despite tepid enthusiasm from my friends, I was going to do it; I was going to start a high school club. With a free hand, I grasped a clipboard with at least a half dozen signatures while I cut gooey slices of fresh chocolate cake with the other. Originally, our mission was to save marine animals, an ambitiously lofty idea. Problem was, I had an abundance of ideas, but no clue how to pursue them. Does our club protect marine life from overfishing? Exploitation? Commercialization?…

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  • Basking Shark Research Paper

    though it’s the second biggest mammal in the sea. The basking shark liver does most of the work it gives it energy and its nutrients that it needs. The basking shark can go a pretty long time without eating.Most of their diet consists of plankton, fish eggs, larvae and copepods, which are small freshwater crustaceans. A filter feeder, basking sharks obtain their food passively. They swim with their mouths open, filtering around 2,000 tons of water per hour. In conclusion this 33 foot…

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