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    Appearance, diet, habitat, natural (or introduced) predators, and reproductive habits Polar Bears live in an arctic marine ecosystem, and its native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle, encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses. Polar bears have a distinctive white appearance. Their necks are much longer and their head is narrower compared to other species of bears. The front paws are large and used like paddles for swimming. Paws are heavily furred…

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    Sea Otter Research Paper

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    or otherwise known as the Sea otter is an iconic species that embodies the rich diversity of ocean life. As one of the major groups of the weasel family, sea otters are also one of the smallest marine mammals. Unlike other mammals, such as whales and dolphins, Sea otters do not have blubber, instead they have one of the thickest and densest coat of fur. This fur coat holds up to almost one million hairs per square inch (Ravalli, 2010). With this amount of hair, the Sea Otter is able to maintain…

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    The Leatherback Sea Turtle is one of the most unique species out of all of the turtle species. This beautiful turtle species is critically endangered and their population is decreasing drastically. The Leatherbacks amazing features are taken for granted causing the endangerment. Their valuable leather is one reason for endangerment. Another factor is the waste produced from the daily use of boats. Throughout the life of the Leatherback Sea Turtle we will cover multiple different topics. These…

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    Tallink Group Case Study

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    of Europe by offering world class services in leisure and business travel. The Group’s Strategy is to: 1. Strive for the highest level of customer satisfaction 2. Increase the volumes and strengthen the market position in the region 3. Develop wide range of quality services for different customers and to pursue new growth opportunities 4. Maintain an optimal debt level that allows sustainable dividends The consultant has evaluated this business strategy of Tallink Group on SAF Model . The…

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    rewards the individual making the move with surprisingly enhanced traveling experience. Located in the Southeast of Europe and Northeast of the Mediterranean Sea, Turkey is an independent country of the continent of Western Asia. The country is surrounded by three different seas namely the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Black Sea. The country is considered to be the primary bridge to the Western and Eastern Europe. 783,562 kilometer square is the total area of Turkey with 98% of land…

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    accessible to attack. Within the tower, there are many levels filled with catapults. The innovation of the siege tower led Alexander the Great 's empire to be at its height and continue growing with the uprising of Hellenism. The theatre of Pergamon is among the most influential and innovative architectural structure of Ancient Greek with its structure leaning on a steep hill. The city of Pergamon rises above around 1000 feet above sea level and is made up of temples and public buildings. The…

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    Deep Ocean Essay

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    organisms caused extremophiles that live there and are so well-adapted that they readily grow and multiply in order to survive. An example of an extremophile which lives in the deep ocean is the Anglerfish. It lives in the bottom three depth zones of the sea. The ocean is separated into five depth zones, the Euphotic zone, the Mesopelagic zone, the Bathypelagic…

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    Methoxychlor Pesticide

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    harm than good. Methoxychlor is a synthetic, organochlorine pesticide developed to replace dichlorophenyltrichloroethane (DDT) in 1948. It was preferred due to its low toxicity in mammals and shorter half life than that of DDT, thus decreasing its levels of persistence in the environment (Ye et al, 2014). Methoxychlor was used as an insecticide effective against a wide range of pests and was used on field crops, vegetables, fruits, stored grains, livestock, homes, gardens, lakes,…

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    very similar, there are several differences. Some of those differences include education and location. The location of the Sumerian's is located near the Persian Gulf, next to Arabia, while the Greeks are located on a peninsula on the Mediterranean Sea between Turkey and Italy. In class we asked questions on how come we wake up of the mornings, or why the sun comes up. We learned that each civilization has its own belief of how this happens. Some civilizations thought the sun came up of the…

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    Please include a minimum of SIX specific countries, bodies of water, continents, OR other locations referred to in the video--SIX locations total. There are two possible routes that the earliest humans took out of Africa. One was North of the Red Sea across the Sues and into the Middle East but this route would have been less successful due to the fact that they would have had to cross the Sahara Desert where it was drier than it is today. The other route was more probable and more successful…

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