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    Squids Vs Octopuses Essay

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    Squids and Octopuses are two very similar and incredible sea creatures who have lived on this earth for millions of years. Squids have gone down in history as fierce predators who are known to have taken down mighty predators like sharks as well as ships, in the 1700’s, giving them the description of giant sea creatures called Krakens. Octopuses have been known as great escape artists, with the ability to squeeze through smallest holes and crevices to escape predators at any given time. Both of…

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    struck me as something familiar. As soon as i pulled the towel off of its hanger it appeared to me that a whale had just jumped out of the water. The whale was all submerged except for its tail. In the picture it looks to me like you can even see the ripples from it going under. I thought it was only right that I had seen a whale right after I had been in the water. As a representation, the whale teaches about listening to your inner voice, understanding the impact your emotions have on your…

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    What would you do if you were stranded on a single lifeboat in the middle of the ocean with a Bengal tiger for 227 days? Would you give up? Would you fight for your life? In the book, Life of Pi by Yann Martel, Piscine Molitor Patel fought for his life, and was not giving up. Life of Pi is about a sixteen year old boy named Piscine Molitor Patel, who lived in Pondicherry with his family. In Pondicherry, his dad owned and ran a zoo. Then, the family decided to move to Canada for more…

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    The stories “Being Prey” and “The sound of Thunder” both are similar and different in ways, will describe that both have similar and different settings. In the story “Being Prey”, the setting was based on dangerous conflict, also in Being Prey the setting both had dangerous animals, in “Being Prey” it was a crocodile. In “The Sound of Thunder” the setting was based on jungles and dangerous conflicts and dangerous animals, in the sound of thunder it’s a “T-REX”!!!! So I can conclude that, both…

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    Loggerhead Sea Turtle The Loggerhead Sea Turtle (Caretta Caretta) is an endangered species of turtle that lives and nests on the beaches of Georgia’s barrier islands. The Loggerhead Sea Turtles was listed on the threatened species list on July 28, 1978. There are 7 species of sea turtles, and the Loggerhead turtle is one of five found on the Georgia barrier islands. The Loggerhead turtle is the only one of those that nests regularly on the barrier islands. This species of turtle lives in oceans…

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    Could you imagine being an animal held captive away from your natural habitat and away from your family for the use entertainment. Well this really happens to animals that are being used for entertainment. After recent proposal it has become a popular controversial topic. This controversy is discussed in an article , “The Use of Animals in Entertainment,” an article, “ Jump to It,” and a video, “Should Animals Be Used as Entertainment”. While the author presented their argument to the same…

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    Drake Passage Analysis

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    Traveling across Drake’s passage can be a very rough trip for even regular cruisers. If you get sick going on the teacups at the fair, I would not recommend Drake’s Passage as your first travel choice. However if you are still interested in learning what Drake’s passage is, some of the many dangers, and why Sir Ernest Shackleton braved this passage in a lifeboat to save his crew than this is a good read for you. Drakes Passage, A Cramped piece of ocean only 800 km wide. “The gap between the tip…

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    Essay writing is an excellent technique to convey information and express one’s thoughts on a subject matter towards an audience. David Gruber, a marine biologist, performed an informative, yet engrossing TED talk, on October 2015, concerning the fascinating sea creatures that inhabit the world’s unfathomable sea. His utilization of an implicit thesis and strong supporting arguments, multiple literary devices and methods of developments, and his overall purpose and effectiveness of the oral…

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    Good evening ladies and gentlemen, chairman and adjudicator. The topic for our debate tonight is that we should adopt a productive shark culling policy and we, as the affirmative team believe that we benefit from such a policy. We define this topic as the Australian government should adopt a productive and beneficial shark culling program, which is the capture, monitor and occasionally the killing of sharks within vicinity of the beaches that place humans in risk and as the affirmative team we…

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    There is an old legend about a monster living in the depths of Loch Ness. Some say that it is a dinosaur, others say it's a giant serpent, and others believe it is something else. However, I believe it is one big fat hoax. Many Loch Ness plants and animals are large, large enough to be confused for a monster. One example of something that could be confused as a monster is a sturgeon. Many Loch Ness sightings described Nessie to have bony plates on its back, which matches a sturgeons…

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