Rocky Mountain National Park

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  • Mount Fuji Research Paper

    1. Mount Fuji: Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan, soaring to well over 12,000 ft! It is also an active volcano, and considered to be one part of Japan’s trilogy of Holy Mountains. It is indeed considered a sacred spot, and those who brave the strenuous climb to the summit are sure to come across many make-shift shrines that have been erected along the way. Be sure to visit Hakone, a resort located at the mountain’s base that offers road-weary hikers the opportunity to take a luxurious…

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  • Essay On Senior Career

    Senior Career Research The National Park has many different career options. In the field of my senior project the dragonfly larvae mercury levels study it has career options that can satisfy people’s desire to be out in the wilderness. There are no unique careers like the ones offered by the National Park Service that change people’s lives forever. You get a different perspective in life with the enjoyment of the forest. Some of the jobs offered by the government are Physical Science…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Yellowstone

    few badgers, beavers, marmot and many others that I do not know the name to. We also almost saw a wolf which is the rarest animal in the park. We got there 5 min late and just saw pictures. The wildlife of Yellowstone is very cool. I think my favorite experience that i had there was seeing a black bear…

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  • An Essay About Burmese Pythons

    Python Essay (Argumentative) Vicious Burmese Pythons are roaming the Everglades and affecting them in various ways… But how much more are they capable of? Although these reptiles have no toxic venom, they are quite clever at killing and causing some animals to go extinct. Other reasons include tricking residents to adopt them with their gaudy skin patterns and changing the ecosystems. But is there any solution to these sagas of problems? To begin with, Burmese Pythons are roaming…

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  • Smithsonian National Zoo

    Smithsonian National Zoo and Animal Inside Out, are two amazing websites one can go on when inquiring to visit animal museums. I was interested to see all the bright colors on the page, a thought came to me. What do graphic designers think when creating a webpage? Questions like why they chose this particular image? Or why did they choose that font and color? Their goal is to make the webpage appealing to the eye, so people can come visit their museum. In this essay I would like to examine two…

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  • Analysis Of Chimpanzees By Jane Goodall

    In the early 1960’s Jane Goodall traveled to the Gombe Stream Reserve in Tanzania to study chimpanzee development and their social interactions. During her early years of study, Goodall discovered much about the social complexity of chimpanzee societies and their hierarchies, along with their development which is, for the most part, very similar to the development of our species. Throughout the book, Jane Goodall describes the many challenges she faced trying to get the protective chimpanzees…

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  • Wild Chimpanzees Essay

    Jane’s love for chimpanzees has started since she was seven/eight years old. She was encouraged by Louis Leakey to begin researching the chimpanzees. Her dream was to go to Africa and to chimpanzee’s behavior as closely possible. She didn’t have any degree or training, in other words, didn’t have any experience with jungle, chimpanzees and any other animals. She wasn’t at university and could not tell if chimpanzees have minds as human beings; some scientists argue. Jane wasn’t appreciated…

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  • How Does Julia Hill Protect The Environment

    According to the dictionary an environmentalist is defined as “a person who is concerned with or advocates the protection of the environment.” There are dozens of great environmentalists that have changed the world today. One that stuck out in particular was Julia Hill. Julia Hill was a woman who at the age of 22 affected the Redwood forest in a spectacular way. Julia was born in Mount Vernon, Missouri on February 18th, 1974. She spent the first ten years of her life playing outside of her…

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  • Denali National Park Essay

    Denali National Park is best known for its highest peak, Denali, or “the high one”, that reaches 20,320 feet tall. Each summer, tourists flock to the park, jump on tour buses, and cruise along the roads in guided tours to sightsee. Each year, more than 400,000 people visit the park to hike, catch a glimpse of the highest peak, see animals, and much more. In 1917, after many efforts, many headed by naturalist Charles Sheldon, Denali National Park was created. The park holds many wonders, like the…

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  • Mojave Desert And Climate Change Essay

    Climate Change And Its Side Effects In The Mojave Desert When someone thinks about the Mojave Desert, one can imagine sand and Joshua Trees, but no one thinks about the problems that face this land. To make matters worse, this problem faces all of earth. Climate change is a huge problem that not too many people want to face, or admit. There are also others who strongly oppose of this proposal. But whether or not we believe it, it is in fact true, and our earth is slowly dying from it. This…

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