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    Legend Of The Panda

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    "The Legend of the Panda” What is a legend? A legend is a reflection of a society’s values and beliefs, usually in the format of fantasy-filled stories with improbable events. I read the “The Legend of the Panda”, a true sorrow filled legend that creates an advanced understanding of Chinese culture. The value of sacrifice, something that we as humans do not take lightly is a very common theme in this legend. The emotions involved in true sacrifice are all based on a caring for another's life,…

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    Unit One – Diversity of Living Things How and why might some species benefit from human intervention? Steven Morrell Mr. Roberts SBI3U 3 October 2014 Table of Contents Page 1………………………………………………………………...…Introduction Page 1…………………………………………………………Endangered Species Page 2…………………………………………………………Endangered Species Page 2………………………………………………………….Captive Breading Page 3………………………………………………………….Captive Breading Page 4……………………………………………….Wild Life Population Control Page 5.........................…

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    Pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) are viewed to be one of the charismatic, interesting and of cultural significant animals in the world. They also the ones that need our protection to ensure their survival in the wild. Standing from one point of view, the pandas are an endangered species which once desperately needed funds and resources to save themselves from the brink of extinction. They also helped to raise the awareness of animal conservation worldwide. Opposing this viewpoint, some see the…

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    into its natural habitat with help of the AZA Bongo Species Survival Plan. Although this has worked, the plan only focuses on bongos and fails to help any other species (“Captive Breeding” 71). Conversely, giant pandas in an international rescue programme failed. Only five out of the 400 pandas born by captive breeding were released into the wild and subsequently, two of them died (Gillespie and Burgess). Considering it all, animals need to be left in proper care yet in reality are often…

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    "Jails and prisons are designed to break human beings, to convert the population into specimens in a zoo - obedient to our keepers, but dangerous to each other." (Davis BrainyQuote.com) "Poor people, people of color - especially are much more likely to be found in prison than in institutions of higher education."(Davis, BrainyQuote.com) These two quotes, both by the Afro-American civil-right activist, philosopher, human scientist and author Angela…

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    Film Essay The Zookeeper's wife, directed by Niki Caro and written by Angela Workman, has a Holocaust-related theme. Antonina Zabinski (Jessica Chastain), Jan Zabinski's (Johan Heldenbergh), the zookeeper’s, wife assists in caring for their zoo and her family. The zoo brings the whole family and town together, and the entertaining animals bring joy to everyone. Conversely, they are to find out that the Germans were going to turn their Polish town and cozy lives upside-down. Antonina's faith to…

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    Keep Zoo’s! Between 200 and 2,000 animal extinctions occur every year. I believe that animals should stay in zoos. Animals should stay in zoos because they wouldn't have to worry about getting killed and they will always get food. Zoos are helping less and less of animals each year that are going extinct, zoos are providing a safer environment for the animals. As Dr Dave Hone form The University of London “Zoo's protect against a species going extinct.” (Hone, Dr. Dave. "Why Zoos Are Good.").…

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    Persuasive Speech On Zoos

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    I. Introduction a. Attention Getter: Anthony Douglas Williams once said, “Animals should not require our permission to live on earth. Animals were given the right to be here long before we arrived.” b. Background: According to Wikipedia.com, a zoo is a facility in which wild animals are confined within enclosures displayed to the public for momentary gain and scienticfical and educational purposes. The first zoo was opened for scientific study in 1828 and to the public in 1857, in London called…

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    When I was a young child, my parents took my brother and me to the Toronto Zoo, and I visited the site throughout my years in elementary school for field trips. I found a great pleasure in staring at these big, beautiful, and mysterious animals through the wide glass windows; and during the course of being adolescence, I marveled at the fact that, still, living in the city, we had the opportunity to be exposed to an animal in its “natural” habitat. (sites.psu.edu) However, amidst the entire fun…

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    Before conducting my observations and research, I initially believed that captive primates would express less food and mating stressed as zoo keepers provide the proper amount of food and assign individuals mates as they come to reproductive ages. Although there are some supporting evidence, there is not a significant amount to conclude that my initial hypothesis and predictions are correct. What I initially believed just be a display of curiosity and interest from the Red-tailed guenon was…

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