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    Red Fox Research Paper

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    Vulpes vulpes is the red fox. The red fox has a relatively long body with dense fur. The fur is typically a rusty red color and the legs are darker in color, sometimes even black. Foxes have black pointed ears and long canine teeth. On their underside, the fur is white from their nose down to their belly, orangish-red fur on its back, sides, and head. Red foxes have white fur under their neck and on their chest. A male fox, also called a “dog” weighs 10-12 pounds on average, while the female fox, also known as a “vixen”, weighs 9-10 pounds. A male measures 54”-78” long and a female measures 56”-74” long. Male foxes tend to have a longer snout as well. A red fox can swim, crawl, jump, and pounce.…

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    Red Fox

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    supporting the weight of the fluffy red fox as it wandered through the forest in search of prey. As a fresh blanket of snow began to fall, the firm snow the fox was effortlessly padding through quickly began to soften. The air was cold enough that the warm breath of the fox created a small billow of fog around his muzzle, but the fox paid no mind to the bitter temperature. A long, heavy coat of auburn fur served well in keeping the fox warm. Even if the unprotected nose of the fox managed to…

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    Red Fox Vs Domestic Dogs

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    The red fox can be compared to the domestic dog (basenji). The domestic dog and the red fox are around the same weight (15 lbs). The red fox has features of a dog, such as forepaws for speed and agility. Foxes even bark and howl like dogs. Both animals mark their territory by urination and are among the predator family. The brains of the domestic dog and the red fox are similar size. The brains have small prefrontal cortexes, but larger than ones of other animals. The cerebellum for both the fox…

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    Sandy Skoglund Essay

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    Skoglund herself. When she was three, she became ill with polio which paralyzed her left shoulder and weakened her left arm. Because of her injury, Skoglund often felt different from the other children, making her become extremely aware of the difference between appearances and reality--between how things may look and how they are. She may not look handicapped, but unfortunately, she is. (Wolf 39). Skoglund suffered from a disease which made her a bit handicapped, which caused her to believe…

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    Once upon a time, there were three boys and three girls in a red fox family. The brothers’ names were Doug, Jimmy, and Bruce. The sisters’ names were Daniela, Fiona, and Stephanie. One day, all of the kids and the pack went hunting. While they were hunting, the brothers and sisters ran off and got lost together! They walked for weeks and weeks and couldn’t find shelter or their parents. They tried to find some food, but it was very hard for them. They found some food by breaking ice and fishing…

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    Quakerism Beliefs

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    Liberty can be defined as having freedom from control and restriction. A person who has liberty is not restricted, by the government, more than the people around him, and has the ability to do anything or think any idea that others around him or her can. As the Quakers fought to attain liberty and free themselves from the oppressive restrictions of the Puritan Government they did so with little aid from government entities. The Quakers were a relatively new sect of Christianity that was formed…

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    Family Family is a huge deal in Mexico. In Mexico, family comes first. Children are celebrated and are more sheltered than in the US. Family structure is more patriarchal as men are the head of the family and women are the caregivers and models of morality and religion. Men and women have a duty to help each other. Interdependence, rather than independence, is expected. In the US, family is usually second to work and are typically smaller. Children are often minimally parented and more…

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    The lake seemed to stretch on forever as if the mountain was slowly draining into it and creating perfect copy of itself. Halfway across the world from my home in Massachusetts, the wilderness of New Zealand reached out to me. The hours before had been full of adventure as my father and I had trekked to both the Fox and Franz Josef glaciers. The final trip had not even been part of our plan, but as we drove through the quaint mountain town of Fox Glacier a blue sign signaled the route to the…

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    Gender Violence In Mexico

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    assimilating to a very strict AP article that rely solely on the facts that tampered, sloppy, and unprofessional police reports put out for the press (McKinley A8). What was interesting about the coverage found for the El Paso Times was that the articles that talked about the femicides in Juárez were all translated into Spanish, while the newspaper is an English based publication. Occasionally, the articles mentioned the tally of the femicides, however, such facts were usually buried in between…

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    Intro: Today 's economic and employment situation is becoming increasingly precarious for younger and older generations. Responsibility is needed by everyone to help the situation of youth employment in an economy that everyday inches closer to being called a recession. Responsibility on everyone 's part requires understanding the priorities of the younger generation and how they accomplish things within the work place, and and how they overcome limitations by the economy and employment options…

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