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    Lion Food

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    Research Question: Which meat consumed by lions in Kenya posses the most protein and fat? Background Research: Kenya is a country that is home to several lions. As top consumers, lions eat a variety of organisms that are found in their habitats in order to eat their required 15.5 (7.03 kg) pounds of food. In the vast savannahs of Kenya, lions can choose to consume “wildebeest, warthogs, zebras, buffalo, or eland antelopes,” (Kitzmiller, Carrie). Meat is an essential component of a lion’s carnivorous diet as it provides the most significant nutritional components, which are fat, protein, and iron. The two types of fat are unsaturated fat and saturated fat. Unsaturated fat is healthy as it contains essential nutritional components such as…

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    Financials of Food Lion Training Magdiel Barrera-Estrada Central Piedmont Community College Food Lion is a very well-known chain grocery store that has been around since 1957, its reputation is currently not as upright as it was when it first opened and it possibly will never go back to being as successful as it was in the past. There are several reasons as to why Food Lion is not as popular as it once was, but one of the main reasons is the employees. The workers hired to attend to the…

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    Essay On Food Lion

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    Making a grocery trip to Food Lion is something I actually look forward to doing. It is less expensive than Harris Teeter, but not as crazy as Walmart. For this project, shopping at Food Lion was a quick and pleasant experience. I was able to get everything I needed for the 2-week meal plan with only using the $100 SNAP benefits. At Food Lion I had no problem buying an assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables. There was also a wide range of meat that I was able to choose from. I ended up…

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    For instance, several retailers have opened pharmacy operations and even wellness clinics within their stores. Kroger went from having 23 wellness clinics in its stores in 2008 to 89 in 2012 and has continued to develop this service offering ever since (Garry, 2012). This, in conjunction with product development, can significantly increase a firms’ competitive advantage in this industry. As defined by David (2013), product development is “seeking increased sales by improving present products or…

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    Essay On African Lion

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    Common Name: The African lion mainly gives the most common name used to identify the social animal. African lions are very cautious towards each other, prey, and how to live. Taking chances requires strength and mobility for their survival needs. Groups only enhance more of a chance to survive, especially when helping each other out. Scientific Name: The African lion or scientifically named Panthera leo, can be described one of the most achievable predators in the world. Due to large sizes in…

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    One of the stories The Stick Of The Man Eaters . Is about how these two lions, and how they killed 75 men. In the other story it talked about how a man named Richardson, was able to be with grown lions and live. There is a man that can take lions for walk’s. In the pitcher he is playing with a lot of lions . “One morning Richardson hugged a lion , and answered his phone.”The two righters who wrote thees is Lauren Tarshis and Susan Orlean . The similarities between the stories Attack Of The…

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    This also strengthens the dumb luck of the situation because what are the chances that the exact two people would be caught in completely different vicinities, playing the exact opposite role. Another difference was the injury, with Kevin hit in the chest leading to his heart stopping, to Penny choking on her food. A difference that adds onto that was the method used to save the life, as Penny used C.P.R. to get the heart pumping again, and Kevin use the Heimlich maneuver to get the food out of…

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    Panthera Blytheae Animals

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    Lions have undergone an interesting history as they evolved from their Panthera blytheae ancestor. Lions have gone through adaptations throughout their history to continue to survive. The panthera blytheae slowly speciated into multiple species and become extinct. The lion has adapted to survive as the earth ages and changes over time. Adaption is required for organisms to continue to survive on this planet, because without it they would all go extinct. Lions reside in the plains of the south…

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    Captive Lions Observation

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    Enrichment Recommendations Enrichment 1: In this scenario, the captive lions exhibit stereotypic pacing behaviors around feeding times. To address the welfare concern of pacing in these captive lions, I would recommend a change in the way food is presented. Felids engage in appetitive behaviors to obtain their food (Shepherdson et al, 1993), and these behaviors include locating, capturing, killing and consuming their prey (Lindburg, 1988). Varying the method and timing of food delivery by either…

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    Mountain lions are known as cougars, pumas and catamounts. Mountain lions population is an estimated 30,000 in the western United States. They feed on other mammals such as deer, raccoons, beavers squirrels, mice and more. They have the longest range of any mammal except humans in the Western Hemisphere, mountain lions can be found from Florida to the Canadian forest. They are very territorial and avoid other cats except during their mating season(courtship). Usually they hunt at night or at…

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