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    Cutthroat Trout Essay

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    In Yellowstone National Park, there are more than 11 native fish species in the waterways, with the Yellowstone cutthroat trout historically being the most abundant fish in the park (NPS, n.d.). The cutthroat has been the dominate fish species in this area for hundreds of years, being fished by both the Native Americans who lived in this area and the wildlife. This fish is an integral part of Yellowstone’s ecosystem because they are relied upon as a keystone food source for birds, bears, river otters, wolves and other mammals inhabiting Yellowstone. Because cutthroat trout spawn in shallow rivers upstream like salmon, they are easy to catch and consume by mammals and birds. This food source is crucial to ensure the continuation of other species. Bears, wolves and large prey birds are less likely to hunt for smaller prey or juvenile animals if…

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    they wanted to go to the Grand Canyon because my grandma’s grandma had been there before and she said that the Grand Canyon had mule rides. Their goal was to make it to the Grand Canyon, but they also wanted to stop anywhere the wanted on the way there. When they left the state of Minnesota they stumbled upon museum of miscellaneous things to look at. On that day the museum had a old claw foot bath tub sitting out in the front that they all took a picture with all of them in it. Also in South…

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    The united states has 58 National Parks. One of those parks is the Yellowstone National Park located in Wyoming. Yellowstone National Park features dramatic canyons, hot springs, and one of its top sights “ Old faith”. Old faith is a geyser that erupts on a consistent schedule throughout the day. In the sierra nevada mountains there's another park called the Yosemite National Park. The Yosemite National park is filled with sequoia trees, amazing tunnel views and many more attractions.…

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    I thrived in Art, Art History, Ceramics, and all the required English literature courses. Algebra was the antithesis of these courses for me. I struggled in both Algebra courses, having to take one twice in order to pass. My favorite teacher and mentor was my Assistant JROTC Instructor, SMSgt Henley. He was an honorable man, an encourager, and a great example of everything I hoped to be as an educator. My desire to become a teacher stemmed from my love of literature and my desire to teach…

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    While visiting, you can see homes that look like the ones in the cartoon and meet some of the characters. You can take pictures with some of the characters and horses on the site. The park also includes other activities, a restaurant, and a gift shop. If you are looking for a place to rest, you can spend the night at the campground, too. 14.Grand Canyon Skywalk The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a steel overhang with a glass bottom that gives viewers an amazing view of the canyon. The structure sits…

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    To begin with, the simalarities and differences between the "Gobi Desert" by: Timohty Severin and "Yosemite" by: John Muir are basically interesting on how they relate futhermore i will describe the to landscapes and specifically choose wich landscpe i would rather visit. As an exaple, The "Gobi Desert" is a thousand miles long, and six miles wide wich located in outside the Great Wall Of China the Gobi desert is very lang acoording to the size of it. In addition the temperature in Gobi…

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    Grand Canyon “Beautiful doesn't begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful- terrifying with its jagged edges, yet seductive with its crevices that hide so many secrets.” (Jeri Smith-Ready, Requiem for the Devil) This quote explains how beautiful the Grand Canyon is perfectly I think. Let’s look past how breath taking the Grand Canyon is for a moment and dig deeper in how it really became to be interesting landform it is now. So let us…

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    Among the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California is one the paintings of Albert Bierstadt. It display at Washington National Museum of American Art and Painted in 1868, with scenic canvas oil. Albert Bierstadt paintings are all based on the places he visited himself. Mount Washington from the Valley of Conway is a painting from John Frederick Kensett's. It’s painted in 1869 and he used canvas oil in his painting as well. This painting shows the America's hopes and ambitions. Both Albert Bierstadt…

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    appalling because as consumers of the world we are encouraged to think inside the box, instead of exploring our own creativity. Percy mentions the “planners” or authority/society that dictates what consumers should act in public, what they should wear, and most important; how to think. The planners have a set idea that they suits the consumers to have, however, it is time for consumers to stop the deprivation of expressing their ideas. Although the author regards free thinking he acknowledges…

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    the whole earth by God’s design. Many of us have questioned the Word of God; however, investigating to get answers will be the conclusion if the Great flood actually happened in a biblical proportion way as it said in Gen 17:7. Sometimes it is not the intellect of the investigation that gives the answer, for some people need a grandiose scientific, mathematical, or deductive theory to explain or give reason to the answer, contrary to popular belief, looking for the answer in a common sense way…

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