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  • The Distinct Differences Between Goldfish And Koi

    you looking to build a pond in your garden and want to fill it with koi or do you have a small fish tank in your living room that you're looking to stock? Either way, it's important that you know the differences in your options. You probably already know that koi carp are not the right fish to slip into that small indoor tank, but what are the other distinct differences between the two types of fish? Their Size & Cost There are plenty of arguments as to whether keeping goldfish is an…

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  • Summary: The Great Barracuda

    Body structure and Symmetry Description The sphydrena barracuda also known as the Great Barracuda is described as a large fish usually around 50-110 lbs. The Great Barracuda has a silver and round body with dark patches. They are also known to have lighter side bands. Their mouth has an interesting feature with very sharp teeth and a large underslung jaw. They also have widely separated dorsal fins. The Great Barracuda has a bilateral symmetry ( Habitat Description The Great…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Bullhead Catfish

    time I had a ten-gallon fish tank that I liked to put fish in. I never had good luck with goldfish and gave up. Although occasionally, I would put a few small bass or bluegill from our pond in it.…

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  • Informative Essay On Fishing

    because being able to fish with someone as skilled as he is would be a dream come true not only because he knows how to fish as well as anyone else, if not better, and he knows where to catch huge bass all over the world. Bill has traveled more places around the world than you could ever imagine going. He has caught so many big fish I would not be surprised if he held the record for almost every mouth of water he has fished in his past years. I would give anything to fish with an honest and…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Salmon

    Salmon fishing has always been a semi-reliant source of food for natives in all parts of Alaska for centuries. The prosperity of the salmon in these areas has been necessary to the survival and prosperity of Alaska 's ancient and current inhabitants. The debate on salmon in this reason is often surrounding two main questions: Why are the salmon populations flourishing, and why are they not in other areas of the united states. These questions and more can be answered not by looking at current…

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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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  • 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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  • Black Max Vs Shakespeare

    Fishing is a sport that requires the skills and equipment to do it successfully. One piece of equipment is the reel. The reel is the back bone in any fishing rig. It is the most important part of fishing because without it you could not effectively catch fish. There are many distinct brands out there that offer reels for a fairly good price and are decent reels. Two common names in the reel industry are Abu Garcia and Shakespeare. Abu Garcia produces a low profile baitcaster, the Black Max,…

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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 Great Catch Essay

    What provision and overflow! Look closely because he didn’t stop there! As soon as they had come to land they saw a fire of coals there and fish laid on it and bread. Jesus said to them bring some of the fish which you have just caught. Jesus said to them, “Come and eat breakfast.” Jesus then came and took the bread and gave it to them and likewise the fish. If you remember when Jesus asked the question do you children have any food? He knew they wouldn’t need it anyway because he had already…

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