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  • Sea Jellyfish Adaptations

    to adapt to extreme oceanic environments in order to survive. Despite living in different locations of the ocean, zombie worms, giant squids, yeti crabs, and deep-sea jellyfish all share one common trait: they must adapt to their environment to survive. A recently explored area of the ocean near Antarctica in the Southern Pacific has…

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  • The Importance Of Information In 'The Giant Squid'

    The text displayed in the “Giant Squid” is accurate because Candace Fleming presents the information in a manner that isn’t generalized. Fleming states factual information about giant squids that is certainly known like their physical attributes, how they swim and eat prey. Fleming then continues to even provide information on things that are unknown about giant squids. She does so by using a theory technique to demonstrate that there is still information about giant squids that remains a…

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  • My Baby Research Paper

    The first one I did not like at all it was very dark and uninviting and I was never really comfortable there but, it was the only one that my family could find that was open late and on the weekends. There would be days where because of everyone’s work schedule I would be dropped off at 8AM and not picked up until night time. Those were rough times and I do not recall them pleasantly at all. I remember they put an extremely inappropriate movie on that had a huge sea monster squid like thing…

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  • Analysis Of Kiran Desai's The Inheritance Of Loss

    the world. The juxtaposition of Sai and a giant squid at the beginning of the novel conveys Sai’s naive belief that her life experience is singular in nature. While Sai is superficially upset by Gyan’s tardiness to her tutoring session, she reveals that she feels “washed over” (3) in melancholy. This alludes to Sai’s belief that her life circumstances are a burden. It is ironic that Sai’s wash of emotion has tarnished her well-being, as opposed to instilling a sense of pride in her…

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  • Pen And Odysseus Comparison Essay

    Both stories share the same basic plot line of taking a journey home, while being interrupted numerous times by creatures like giants, witches, and other magical beings. Pen and Odysseus, the main characters of their stories, are also intellectuals, meaning that they are both incredibly knowledgeable. For example, Pen had remembered much of the information she learned from Then, when she had spent her time reading a multitude of ancient Greek myths as well as encyclopedias for pleasure. Odysseus…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Do Giants Exist?

    Giants, human creatures that are above 10ft tall, have been believed to exist for centuries. Despite knowledge of science, evolutionary discoveries, and the growing inquisitiveness and curiosity of people in our day compared to other centuries, there are those who believe that Giants existed once in the past. There is increasing advancement in archaeological and more discoveries have been made now than ever before. However, there has been no affirmed evidence that show that extremely tall and…

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  • The Importance Of Being A Foreign Country

    Traveling to a foreign country in eighth grade, surrounded by my carefree friends instead of overprotective parents marked an important milestone in my life. Having the opportunity to hang out with my friends with the freedom to decide what we want in Beijing, China is an experience I’ll never forget. It’s always nerve racking as a kid when you have to leave the safety of your dependable parents and place your trust in your teachers to make sure you don’t get lost or thrown into jail in another…

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  • The Importance Of The Koala Bear

    although they are just one of thousands of animals that are going through this. Giant pandas are also one of the most favored animals in zoos in the United States and one of the most endangered. The book Endangered Animals, edited by Richard P. Reading and Brian Miller, point out that the giant panda rate has been declining for centuries and the rates are getting higher and faster as time passes by. Giant pandas are now classified in the category as critically endangered and are one of the…

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  • I Love Animals Research Paper

    I have gone to the zoo four times and I have enjoyed being there. I like to see how the animals live. My favorite animal is the giraffe. I love them. I think they are fascinating. I like to see them but I have never had a pet because I think that they need much care. My son often tells me he wants to have a dog. I hope some day I can give one to him and that he will take care of his pet himself. In my family, everyone likes to see animals. We visit the zoo, Monterey Bay Aquarium, or watch TV…

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  • Analysis Of To Be Named: The Glass Menagerie By Tennessee Williams

    To Be Named: The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams The title, The Glass Menagerie, is the first “name” that is encountered, and a menagerie is “A collection of wild animals in cages or enclosures, esp. one kept for exhibition, as in a zoo, etc. Also: a place or building in which such a collection is kept.”(OED). By this definition, the characters are like the wild animals as they are trapped together because of financial reasons, family bonds, and because they are stuck in Tom’s memory. By…

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