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    Sea World Film Analysis

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    What are the main arguments found in the film? Some of the main arguments found in the film is the way Sea World treats their animals. Another would be the disagreements of how the trainers feel about the whales treatment vs the owners of the company. The trainers know and work with the animals everyday growing a bond with them, while the owners are afraid of them and should really be doing their research on the whales to know everything about them. They should know the facts about the whales…

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    Article: Part 1: Study finds many marine mammals dying in captivity (May 16, 2014) By: Angel Valentin Social issue: Marine mammals dying in captivity Summary: Key points In this article (Part 1: Study finds many marine mammals dying in captivity) talks about the social issue of keeping a wild marine mammal captive and what it can potentially do to them. This article has many facts and information that people should take notice of and to gain knowledge from. -Florida has an industry that has…

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    Shark Dissection Essay

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    During this year, I learned much about animals from the dissections. I dissected a cow's eye, a dogfish shark, an owl pellet and a flower. In each, I learned a lot about that animal. In the cow’s eye, I learned how a cow sees things. During the shark dissection, I learned the different parts of the shark that I never knew about. In the owl pellet dissection, I learned what the owl eats and how it eats using the parts that are left. I never knew that much about the inside of a flower. I never…

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    Blue Dolphins Survival

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    Survival stories By:Ava and Mike Isn’t it a mystery how people can survive in harsh environments? In Island of the Blue Dolphins,Hatchet,and Guts survival is the main topic. These books are nothing but survival,death,and strength. Diary of the Wimpy kid doesn’t look so interesting now does it! First and foremost, Island of the Blue Dolphins is about a girl surviving on an island after her tribe left her and her brother behind and her brother was killed by…

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    This documentary follows a young group of activists who study the lives of dolphins, whales, porpoises, and other marine mammals. The group goes travels around the world and goes to the area’s where they are slaughtering these animals for food and other resources. The film speaks of how it’s not the fact that killing them for food is not the reason to alert the world but the sole fact in the way that they do it. These people slaughter the mammals by luring them into this certain area called “the…

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    When I read “The Open Book” by Stephen Crane it was very long and I found the wording in the story a little difficult to understand. I had to reread a few sentence and look up some of the words. However the complicated words didn’t stop me from reading the story because I was really into it. I wanted to know what was going to happen to these four men because Crane kept the readers at suspense as to what was going to happen to the four men. At first I thought these men were doomed that they would…

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    Persuasive Letter Assignment from the purple book As you may already know, Mr. Bullock, the majority of the fifth grade would like to go on a field trip to an aquarium to see the whales with our own eyes, consequently of Mrs. Sowerbon’s lecture on whales. The field trip would allow us to get up close to the magnificent creatures and study them in person. The 5th grade and I know that you invest greatly in our education, and this…

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    The creation myth is important to understand for two main reasons. One is because of the idea of reincarnation and how important it is to the story and in real life and second is people need to do something with their life that helps others and can further the human race as a whole and do what others said could not be done. The first point appears many times throughout the story especially at the beginning when Mau is giving the people of the Nation their water burials. The importance of the…

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    Should Orcas be kept captive at SeaWorld? SeaWorld first began its journey in 1964 in becoming a marine zoological park in San Diego. In 1997 they captured their first orcas and as of 2017 SeaWorld holds 22 orcas. We all enjoy a good time with our family and one of the popular places to go is SeaWorld, to see the marine life and the performances that SeaWorld is so famous for. Their show biz is what got their high title, and this caused people to flock from all over. With cute acts that the…

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    Dolphin Captivity Essay

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    Recently many dolphin deaths which have occurred in captivity have been recorded. Articles have been written of dolphin mistreatment at aquariums. “Mental, emotional, and physical stress weaken an immune system which make them prone to disease”- US Whales and Dolphins. Dolphins should not be in captivity because it decreases life span, ability to swim freely and natural behaviors. Many aquariums like to put dolphins in captivity just to get money from people who just want enjoy a dolphin…

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