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    The Jersey Devil; he has the face of a goat, body of a kangaroo, legs of a crane, wings like a bat, and pig’s feet. The idea of these features mashed together just seems impossible. This bizarre creature is believed to inhabit Pine Barrens, in Southern New Jersey. How could such a strange creature come into existence? There are many different variations of the Jersey Devil legend, but the more known one tells the story of Mother Jane Leeds. Mother Leeds lived in Pine Barrens in poverty. The year 1735 came by, Mother Leeds found that she was pregnant with her 13th child. She believed this child would be the Devil’s child, and she wasn’t far off. When her baby was born, he seemed just fine. But he grew to be something strange, like something…

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    The Pine Barrens The Pine Barrens is a wonderful place. Filled with lots of trees and beautiful animals, the most precious thing that they have is their water that comes from the Kirkwood Cohansey Aquifer. The Pine Barrens forest is the biggest area between Richmond (VA) and Boston (MA). Also it takes up 1.1 million acres of land. The Pine Barrens water is the most precious thing that it has. The Kirkwood Cohansey aquifer carries 1.3 trillion gallons of water and, supplies 90% of stream that…

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    Had you ever herd the Jersey Devil or seen the creature do you believe it’s real or fake? Well what I think it is real this is a story of this creature or you could called it a monster tale, monster tale is something to scare the kids away from going to the woods. The Jersey Devil is a legendary creature or a cryptid said to inhabit the Pine Barrens of the Southern New Jersey, In United States. The creature is often described as a flying biped with hooves, but there are many different…

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    let the big family dinner on Sundays go to the wayside, but I suspect that is a side effect of my socioeconomic status and having to work jobs that entail less educational requirements. I still like to learn about Italian things when given the chance. The German part I am interested in but I suspect I feel more connected with my Italian side due to the area I grew up in and my physical appearance. Now on to my regional influences. I pride myself on being a Jersey Girl through and through.…

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    In Robert Frost's Poem "Stopping By Woods on A Snowy Evening" the speaker chooses to surround himself with the dangers of nature away from the comforts of society; whereas Tennyson's "The Lady of Shalott" is in a tower locked away from the beauties of society because of her own fears. As the speaker in Frost's poem secludes himself from society he notices the dangers around him and what they could potentially cause. In Robert Frost's poem "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" he describes a man…

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    Unburned Research Paper

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    Out of all, the burned area showed a significant increase in longleaf pines, (Pinus Palustris) and a decrease in woody species, compared to the unburned area. In fact, it jumped from a frequency of 15 in the unburned area to a frequency of 50; which is two times that of the burned area (see figure 1). Compared to all other species of tree, Pinus Palustris experienced the most increase of frequency. Whereas, Pinus Clausa or sand pine, was only present in the burned area showing that it was a…

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    Jon Forrester never left his room. Which was common for a writer. The only times were for a smoke, or too lie up on the roof and watch the planes fly by. The planes were headed somewhere important. Off too burn a couple of traitors, no doubt.Anybody with two functioning eyeballs could see the bombs hanging off the belly of the machines. End of the world shit. Anybody with a brain knew that the taste of sulfur and gas in the air, wasn’t natural. Nor was the way the skyline would light up like…

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    Gymnosperms Research Paper

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    are keystone species, community ecology tends to focus on this group of Angiosperms. A staple example can be found in Lanner’s (1996) book, aptly titled Made for Each Other: A symbiosis of Birds and Pines. Here, Whitebark pine acts as a keystone species, and has an intricate relationship with Clark’s nutcrackers (fig. 4). Whitebark pine seeds can only be dispersed when an animal carries it away. This is done by two animals: Red Squirrels and Clark’s nutcrackers. Clark’s nutcrackers hide small…

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    To The Pine Tree Analysis

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    day. Whether it the temperate conditions outside or actual concrete matter, you are impacted in a great way. This can be seen in the poems Thanatopsis by William Bryant on page 123 and To the Pine Tree by Jane Schoolcraft on page 162. There are many similarities and differences that can be noticed between the two poems. Despite having more differences such as themes and overall poem structure; there are similarities as well; such as, the joy or gladness nature provides to people and also the…

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    Namely, the highest train track in Europe, or The Petit Train D’Artousete. This antique engine and cars are in the Pyrenees National Park. Specifically, this small railroad travels from La Sagette Peak to Lake Artouste. To get to the boarding area for this magnificent ride, tourists drive vehicles and ride a tram to the Sagette ski station. Once there, they board the quaint little train and traverse some fifty minutes in and around some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe (Pyrenees…

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