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    Canadian Wonderland If I were to choose a country in the whole world to live in, I would choose Canada. There is many reasons for this but the major reason would be the beautiful sight there. Canada has everything, from glaciers and mountains to live theater shows. This country is very diverse, there is many different types of people as well as different languages being spoken. Their most spoken language is French (one of the languages I’ve been dying to learn), their national tree is the…

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    the natural environment and how the climate, landforms, vegetation, life, and water are produced and how they influence our daily lives. Some of the physical features of our world that this type of geography studies are mountains and volcanoes, rainforests and deserts,…

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    The Huntsmen Spider

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    When it comes to cooling off in the summer, the Huntsmen spider is no exception. However, fear not, as these spiders are generally timid who will run lighting-fast speed when disturbed (termite.com).As seen in the picture,the Huntsman spider's hairy body length of 1/2" and its long legs is known to like the cooling of flat leaves, rocks, and of course the nice A/C temperatures of corners and roofs in buildings. While they are not dangerous, a bite from them is unpleasant. Take care to not anger…

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    2.) In consideration of the relationship between the Intermembral index and the habitual mode of locomotion for the six different primates, the collected data suggests that the lower the index is, the greater the chance for bipedalism as the “default,” or main movement. Versus a higher index which instead suggests the preferred ability of moving with the arms (e.g. swinging). Moreover, primates with an index closer to a total of 100 appear to assume quadrupedalism. This query can be seen when…

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    Ethiopia Social Structure

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    Social: Ethiopia is different and exceptional in their social ways and culture. Ethiopia is separated into four gatherings. High-positioned Lineages, low-positioned Lineages, Castes gatherings, and slaves, contingent upon how capable/how much cash you had, that decide your positioning. Political: political piece of Ethiopia was produced as a chain of command. After some time, they joined a significant part of the district and led Ethiopia as the Zaqwe Dynasty in the twelfth and thirteenth…

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    Gitga Research Paper

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    The ancestors of the current Gitga’at people used to live in Laxgal’tsap (Old Town) in Kitikiata Inlet, an area on the northwestern side of the Douglas Channel. They lived in this area during the winter months, but used several other camps along the coastline during the warmer months. The Gitga’at had their first encounter with the Europeans in the 1870s. Their relationship remained economical until the arrival of two missionaries: Thomas Crosby and William Duncan. Many of the Gitga’at joined…

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    temperate rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula on the west coast of North America. Their habitat lies on the Eastern side of the Olympic mountain range, adjacent to Hood Canal. These solitary cephalopods reach an average size (measured from arm-tip to mantle-tip,) of 30-33 cm. Unlike most other cephalopods, tree octopuses are amphibious, spending only their early life and the period of their mating season in their ancestral aquatic environment. Because of the moistness of the rainforests and…

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    Nobody has an accurate count of the world’s volcanoes, and around fifty to seventy volcanos erupt every year. How do volcanoes affect people and environments? Volcanos around the world affect the environments by making the soil more rich and crops easier to grow, due to the deposits the volcanoes put out. People are also affected by volcanoes by making the environments more beautiful, which causes more tourists to come see the beauty of the land. Volcanoes around the world affect the…

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    In his book, Savages, Joe Kane describes the the intersection of the oil industries and indigenous communities, specifically the Huaorani. After a mysterious letter was received at the offices of the Rainforest Action Network (RAN) expressing the opposition of oil exploitation in the Huaorani territory (Kane, 9). This led Kane to not only meet Moi, but also to quit his job in order to travel to South America to not only learn more about Huaorani, but to also investigate the claims made in the…

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    back layers of the past to explore the very roots of power in the modern world. They are the biggest questions of human history on how have guns, germs, and steel shaped the history of the world. Diamond’s quest of roots of inequality began in the rainforest of New Guinean while studying birds. His passion has always been the study of birds, and he had went to New Guinean to see the bird life of their island and while studying his work with the birds, he met the people of New Guinean. Diamond…

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