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    Flying Fish Research Paper

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    The fish family Exocoetidae can be found in the order Beloniformes and class Actinopterygii. One of the common name of the family Exocoetidae is flying fish. Exocoetidae contain 64 species and is group into seven genera. The seven genera name are Cheilopogon, Cypselurus, Exocoetus, Fodiator, Hirundichthys, Parexocoetus, and Prognichthys. The reason Exocoetidae get the name flying fish is its ability to glide through the air. The oldest fossil that a person has found of Exocoetidae is Potanichthys xingyiensis. The fossil is dated back to the Middle Triassic about 235-242 million years ago. Today flying fish evolved independently from Potanichthys xingyiensis about 66 million years ago. Exocoetidae is marine fish that found in all the oceans,…

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    Flying Fish Evolution

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    simplest, single celled organisms, to whales the size of school buses. Even though there is a sundry of species alive on the planet today, even more species have lived in the past. In comparing the flying fish and the jerboa, one can see the changes that organisms have made overtime to better their chance of survival in their environment. By studying comparative anatomy, one can see the way that life has changed over time and imfer the history of the earth that drove these changes. The…

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    Flying Fish Bikes Summary

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    A dealer of Giant bicycles in Tampa Florida, named Flying Fish Bikes had fantastic sales and a good standing relationship with Giant as a supplier. However, Giant opened up a store two miles from Flying Fish Bikes. The owner of the bike store took Giant to court for a breach of contract. Kane the owner filed his original suite and claimed he had developed a relationship of trust with the suppliers, sharing inventory, sales, profit margins and other private information. Kane worked with Giant…

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    unexpectedly while they move back to France from United States. He was conflicted about leaving the country where his wife was buried, but in 1948, he finally moved back to France. Since this is the Fourth Anniversary of Her death, there is a reason to believe Chagall starts to miss Bella. In “The Flying Fish”, the embracing couple should represent Chagall and Bella, the bride represent Bella not his new wife because he draws the bride as a ghost or a soul, and their bridal dressing may show how…

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    searching for one of the greatest fish of the sea, marlin. One of these fishermen is the old man, named Santiago. For 40 days he has been without a fish and deemed “salao”, which is considered the worst from of unlucky. He used to fish with a boy whose parents made him leave the old man because they, like the rest of the town, saw the old man unsuccessful. Growing up fishing with the old man the boy helped him catch many fish. They caught some of the biggest that were ever to be seen. The old…

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    caught a fish in 85 days. but he has caught a fish before. In the book he catches a dolphin to eat but he says he will never eat a dolphin raw again or without salt. hemingway states that he“struggles for 3 days to catch a fish and i understand that it is a 18ft marlin’’ page 65 He is also a failure because he says “unless sharks come and then a little later sharks come it's like he predicted it (that's kinda creepy). Sharks that he predicted to come ate his whole fish. The old man feels…

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    Osprey Research Paper

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    In my research on the Osprey I found that it has such unique characteristics that it has been given its own taxonomic genus, Pandion, and family, which is the Pandionidae. An Osprey gravitates towards shallow fishing grounds because they are unable to dive more than about three feet below the water’s surface, therefore, their habitat includes almost any shallow fish-filled waters, such as rivers, lakes, reservoirs, swamps, or marshes. It is the only hawk on the continent that eats almost…

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    Most famous for its lure, the anglerfish, also known as the goosefish or monkfish, is an angry looking fish with rough skin that can camouflage to look like a rock. Large heads, huge crescent shaped mouths, and tiny terrible translucent teeth are just three of the anglerfish’s characteristics. They grow anywhere from less than 30 cm to about 182 cm long. The female anglerfish are much larger than the males. The females are also the only ones whose dorsal fin grows into a fishing rod-like lure…

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    has always been too passive of an activity for me to completely enjoy. Finally, I would be able to get into the water and bring the fight to the fish. The first thing we needed to get was a fishing license from the State of Florida’s department of Fish and Game. We were able to easily download two of the Saltwater/Freshwater Fishing Combo licenses on our phones for a mere thirty-two dollars each. The whole thing only took about five minutes and was worth avoiding the hundred and thirty eight…

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    people can swim with the sharks. The tour guides take the tourits to see the whale sharks where they feed, here is where the opportunity to swim with them opens. This activity is supervised by guides, to make sure they only swim at the side of the sharks, it is dengerous to touch the whale sharks. The tourt allows the participants to stay near them for a few seconds, because despite giving the impression to swim very slow, it is very difficult to keep up with the sharks. The experience of…

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