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    that the size of the moose population changes dramatically when the moose first arrive, and then eventually stabilizes (levels out). ← You can adjust how fast the simulation runs with the SPEED slider to the right of the control panel. 9 Once 50 years have passed (model years — not real years!), examine the moose population graph and answer the questions below. (NOTE: if you can’t see the whole graph, use the scroll bar at the bottom of the graph panel to change the field of view.) 2 What is the approximate size of the stable moose population? 706_______ 3 What was the (approximate) maximum size the moose population attained? 978 ________ 4 Using the horizontal and vertical axes below, roughly sketch the population size graph showing the simulated moose population changing over time. Label one axis “POPULATION SIZE (N)” and the other one “TIME (years)”. You do not need to worry about exact numerical values; just try to capture the shape of the…

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    ecosystem had improved because the beavers would have enough food and wood for them to build dams in the winter and found other improvements in other parts of the ecosystem. Another way the ecosystem had improved was the wolves distributed the food throughout the park to scavengers from small birds to even grizzly bears. They also helped the birds because the elk would eat away at the bark of trees, causing them to get sick and slowly die off, and since the wolves broke up the huge herd of elk,…

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    Yellowstone National Park

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    2015). As of 2012, the elk of Yellowstone’s northern range continuously decline in number due to pressure from wolves, resulting in decreased herbivory of woody plants (Ripple et al. 2015). Elk eat sprouts of woody plants and tread on any ground trees might thrive, causing growth suppression. Wolf control was also used for a resident moose population of Isle Royale, Michigan, where wolves had remarkable effects on forest composition. This was also revealed when top-predators of vertebrates were…

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    The Moose Have you ever seen a moose that has fur so dark that it almost looks dark red or even black? Moose have very dark brown fur. They are known for their big head and huge antlers. The male moose are called bulls and the females are cows. Moose can be 7 feet tall at the shoulders. These animals have a stubby tail and skinny legs. Their legs have a hard time holding up their body weight. Moose are the largest member of the deer family. The biggest bulls can weigh nearly a ton! A…

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    DIKU AND BLAKEY Once in a very big and dense jungle there lived a deer named Diku. He was a very cute and healthy little deer. He had a friend, a crow named Blakey. They played whole day together and shared their food together. Blakey use to pluck fruits high up from the tree and Diku use to enjoy eating the juicy fruits and likewise both of them had good time spend together. Diku was lucky to have a friend like Blakey. Blakey always helped Diku form the dangers. Diku and Blakey had a good…

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    Las Pegasus: A Short Story

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    A wagon surrounded by a light purple aura drove itself on the path out of Las Pegasus. The wagon was currently under a spell, it was to stay on the path until it got to Ghastly Gorge. The pony inside was asleep, she was exhausted from her recent performance. Las Pegasus was not favorable to her. She had to compete with other acts, and since most of the other acts were more skilled with magic then her. She didn’t make much money, she was lucky to enough to earn enough to fill her belly for a…

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    In the poem Traveling through the Dark by William Stafford a quick overview is that it gets into a man driving on a curvy road along a mountain side at night, then sees a dead deer on the road and gets out of his car and throws it into the river. The poem itself is exceedingly detailed and finds a way of pulling different emotions out of the reader, while also having different meanings to different people. My secondary source was by Terry Fairchild, who did an analysis on the poem traveling…

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    Arwin Alternate Ending

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    Arwin thought of how he would get the deer out, and then looked around him. He saw a many broken trees and logs from past storms, and thought of a plan. He could form a ramp from the trees so the deer could climb out. He told the deer his idea and gave it a try. Arwin placed his bag on the ground and pulled the thick branches over to the edge of the brook. He pushed the logs one by one and used all his might and they slid of the crumbly edge and they all shot into the water and locked into the…

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    The Taiga Biome

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    the region suitably. A predator the wolves have strong jaws and teeth allowing them to tear flesh easily from their prey. The wolves possess long and thick white fur that keeps them warm during the winter conditions of the arctic. Moose: Alces alces The largest amongst the deer family, the moose reside in the northern forests of North America, Russia and Europe. The male moose have antlers and large bodies that they use to protect and intimidate their adversaries. Moose have hoofed feet and…

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    A Cry In The Wild Summary

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    and wouldn’t stop until he pulled out the quills. However, in the movie, Brian’s first animal encounter was with a mischievous raccoon who snuck into his shelter and ate the berries he stored. Brian didn't even know the raccoon was there until he realized that his berries were missing.The second animal encounter that Brian faced in the movie was with a white wolf, and it was licking Brian’s hand. Brian was sleeping by the shore when he had a vivid flashback.The flashback was about his dog…

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