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    Have you ever thought about some of the most adorable animals in the world? The Harp seal is one of those animals. I will help you discover the role that the Harp seal plays in the ocean food chain. The Harp seals habitat will also be discussed. As a final note, I will tell you how the Harp Seals protect themselves from predators. Harp Seals play many roles in the food chain. According to Nature’s Children Seals “Seal-Time Meal-Time”, states that a Harp seal eats Herring, Capelin, and…

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    Have you ever seen that cute, fluffy mammals in the arctic? Seals are interesting creatures. They are fluffy and they have white fur and gray fur. Harp seals spend little time on land and like to swim in North atlantic and Arctic oceans. There Diet helps them survive , along with their adaptations and interactions. A Harp seals Habitat can be found of the east coast of Canada , eastern Russia , and eastern Greenland. Harp seals spend little time on land and like to swim in the North…

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    In this paper, you will learn about the otters habitat, physical description, and characteristics of otters. Otters are mammals that live all over america except for the deserts and florida keys Otters eat mostly fish. Otters are one of the smartest animals in the world world. Otters biggest enemies are humans. I think that we could fix that. Habitat Otters are mammals that live all over America except for the deserts and Florida keys. Scientists think otters have been on this planet for 30…

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    Seahorse Research Paper

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    When a creature so unusually beautiful is found, humans often feel the urge to catch and kill it for their own selfish desires. This is exactly what is happening not only to the pacific seahorse, but to all forty-seven species of seahorse that roam the oceans around the world. From phony medicinal treatments to expensive jewelry, a human’s use of a seahorse is completely unnecessary. Their habitat, predators, prey, life cycle, reproduction, and the human impact influence the way this species…

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    The United States is a nation where controversy is constantly present. There are numerous examples of different topics that divide the citizens of the country. These different topics of discussion range from gun rights, the rights of people, abortion, the list is never ending. An example of a controversial topic that is has started to receive more attention is the rights of animals. Although certain individuals believe that animals are solely forms of entertainment and pleasure, others believe…

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    Humpback Whale In this paper, I will discuss a Humpback Whale biome of their choosing as an animal from that biome. I will explain how a humpback whale lives in weather and their biome. Also, I will explain where does a humpback whale live at in different oceans. The humpback whale is a species of baleen whale. A humpback whale is one of the larger rorqual species, adults range in length from 12-16 meters 39-52 feet and weigh approximately 36,000 kilograms 79,000 pounds. The humpback has a…

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    The illegal hunting of Whales (Whaling) - Ella Stallwood Whaling is a practice utilized today which is used to chase down whales that are used for multiple reasons, however it is making numerous whale species end up jeopardized or beginning to be totally wiped out. A few reasons whales are hunted include the production of oil which is used to create candles, skincare and cosmetic items. They can likewise produce food including cooking oil, margarine and meat which makes burgers and other…

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    Seaworld Reusement Parks

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    A Park of Hurt Imagine living in a bathtub filled with harmful substances, no companions or family to socialize with and having to endure violence every day. As people are reading this, twenty-six killer whales are imprisoned at four SeaWorld parks as victims of their fulsome treatment. Many visitors of SeaWorld are incognizant to the reality behind the Shamu show. The amusement park hides behind a mask of care and benevolence, but truthfully it is an abusement park. SeaWorld does not and never…

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    At age 16, Ella Van Cleave is one of the world's youngest teen activists, fighting for the rights of oceanic animals and fighting against animal captivity. Not only does she support ocean animals, she supports the ocean itself! 8.8 million tons of plastic trash makes its way into the ocean every year. No wonder why she wants a change! Growing Up & About Her Ella was first thrown into the world of activism at the age of 12, when she saw the documentary “The Cove” that exposed the brutal dolphin…

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    Essay On Blackfish

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    The documentary, Blackfish has made this film targeting the audience of the general public. The film shows a big emphasis on the clients of Sea World, San Francisco. The intention of this film is to let the observers know that Sea World has been treating orcas in a in humane way, and unliveable conditions in amusement parks. The Killer Whale has a very delicate mental status. The animal when kept in captivity is very narrow-minded and can get distressed at times. The film used this exact…

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