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  • Man Of War Jellyfish Research Paper

    violent storms disrupt the lives of many species and affect fragile marine ecosystems” (Dignan 14). This illustrates that ocean animals face climate change because of the change in climate and will slaughter a mountain of animals. ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ Additionally, Another environmental threat the man of war jellyfish and other ocean animals face is trashy water. In the text, “ Approximately 6.4 million tons of plastic and other debris enter the ocean waters. Abruptly, Previously, this shows…

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  • David Gruber: A Rhetorical Analysis

    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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  • Water Pollution Affects Ocean Life

    food by marine animals, and more than a million sea birds and mammals are killed each year by ingestion of plastic. A negative effect of ocean pollution is contaminated drinking water, The risks of your health being negatively impacted by polluted drinking water in a developed country is small in comparison with developing countries. However, it is possible to become ill from contaminated water. While another major negative effect of water pollution is the death of marine animals. Some marine…

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  • Character Analysis Of Miles 'Epiphany In Miles'

    epiphany is that his life on earth will not last forever. After his “one flash of light,” he will be gone. Humans only get one chance to live on earth and Miles realizes he needs to be thankful that he has friends who watch over him and beautiful marine life to discover. He appreciates his life, but cares more for others. After finding Florence dead, Miles expresses his thoughts about her death, “After the ambulance rolled away,…

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  • Marine Biology Career Essay

    Marine biology has always been a dream job of mine. I went to the Pittsburgh Zoo when I was eight years old, and I saw the crawl through aquarium and I was amazed. Ever since then I have always wanted to be surrounded by sea animals and help them in any way possible. While I was at the zoo there was this girl, who I can now tell was a marine biologist, who gave a bunch of facts about the stingrays that we were allowed to pet. She would just ramble off from the top of her head about all the…

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  • Personal Statement: A Career As A Marine Mammal Trainer

    When I grow up, I want to be a marine mammal trainer. This has always been my dream job because I love marine animals more than any other kind of animals. I want to be able to build relationships with them, take care of them, and play with them on a daily basis. I chose this career because I’ll be getting to do what I love every day for a living. This is a very fun and hands-on job. All day you are working with the animals or performing/speaking to the public. Another thing that made me choose…

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  • Narrative Essay About Being Afghanistan

    am. Even though I had struggle all through school, I was surprisingly good at being a Marine. Once I finished my first year in the military my parents grew to be pretty comfortable with the idea of me being in the corps. I think it is because they saw that I was finally growing up. In the Marine Corps they do not care about excuses and they definitely do not want to hear excises coming out of your mouth. The Marine Corps taught me how to stay focused and take responsibility for my actions. They…

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  • Examples Of Courage

    overwatch for marines in Fallujah, the marine team he was protecting became trapped in an alley as guerillas fired at them. Chris ran down the alley directly into enemy gunfire. He was able to provide enough cover fire for the marines to escape; as he prepared to escape, he noticed a marine with gunshots to his legs. Instead of securing his own life, he ran to the marine, picking him up and running to safety, despite the enemies firing at him directly. While running with the marine on his back,…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Negative Feelings On The Marine Corps

    A Negative Feeling on the Marine Corps Throughout history, the military has been a subject of extreme speculation. Because of the inability to know exactly what is going on in a combat conflict, many are left with opinions and ideas about what may be going on. I grew up in a very patriotic family, who always showed respect and gratitude to the military. In result I wanted to join the force and earn that respect for myself. After joining the corps I quickly learned that what my parents had felt,…

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  • Ocean Voyage Chapter Summary

    Eriksen, Marcus. JUNK RAFT: An Ocean Voyage and a Rising Tide of Activism to Fight Plastic Pollution. Boston: Beacon, 2017. Print. Marcus Eriksen, a clear water advocate and a co-founder of the 5 gyres institute, wrote Junk Raft in July 2017 as a recollection of his experiences of rafting across the ocean in 2008. Eriksen wrote of his experiences and connected them to real water pollution problems with possible solutions in order to inform his readers of the extreme problem of water pollution.…

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