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    The Snake River rises near the continental divide in Yellowstone National Park. The Snake River leaves Idaho through the Palisades Reservoir. When the Snake reaches Oregon it starts to flow north. This creates the border of Oregon and Idaho for 216 miles. The Snake River flows west and feeds into the Columbia River near Pasco, WA. Throughout the river there are steamboats going through the river, and railroads were built along the side. There is always a bunch of salmon coming through the Snake River, making it a great place to go fishing. Over 11,000 years ago many Native American and Indian tribes inhabited the banks of the Snake River. The tribe that was known for naming the Snake was the Shoshone Indians otherwise known as…

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    Today is October 10, 1805, we have reached the Snake river. We decided to to rest and meet up with the Indians by the Columbia river. Along with our meeting with the Indians we found a new food source, dried salmon. On October 20, 1805 we were around the Columbia river where we we saw these black birds that had a long neck and a orange beak they were near the mouth of the Umatilla river. Also, two days after we had encountered the bird we discovered this tree that grew hazelnuts, it was near…

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    50,000 when it is ski season (Eustice 38). During winter and the colder months the population rises due to the skiing and snowboarding. Also during the summer the population rises for traveling people that want to explore the boundless mountain ranges and the limitless activities. Tourist normally come to Jackson Hole for several reasons like, skiing, hiking, lodging, and all the different activities that are present at Jackson Hole. Amazing chefs and vision of the mountain can be found at…

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    The following discussion will explore three fictional arbitration proceedings and outcomes, including Substance Abuse, Sexual Harassment, and a Work Family Conflict. Proceeding #1- Substance Abuse M.A Patout Enterprise is a sugar-producing factory located in New Iberia, Louisiana. This factory is the largest sugar producer in the state, in which, they grind roughly 450,000 tons of sugar cane per year. The company commonly employs workers of a different nationality, as well as, residents who…

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    Many people believe that Eastern Oregon is void of beauty. The mountains are bare and the air is dry. However, if these folks would follow me to the Snake River for a fishing trip, I think they’d change their minds. If they were to join me on the river, they’d hear the sound of motor boats traveling up the water, and they’d smell the engine exhaust and hear the laughter of the fishermen. They’d be able to look across the river to the Idaho side and see a white pick-up truck parked in…

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    What makes an animal good? Is it their benefit to the ecosystem, their evolved skills, or how nice they are to look at? In all three categories the victor may be surprising. Snakes. Snakes are amazing, talented, and gorgeous. Their ecologic benefits are rooted in their prey, as I’m sure you know, snakes eat mice and rats. If snakes were less talented they wouldn’t be able to catch the rats, or even the harmful insects they keep at bay. Then the prey would multiply and eat until its food source…

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    living hell. Three symbols and themes as well as the protagonist are strongly represented throughout “Sweat” as examples of confinement vs. freedom. The snake represents evil bringing in the theme of domestic abuse, clothing represents hard work with the theme of survival,…

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    time doing fun things with me. Like last summer he invited me to go to the Black River. Until he invited me I had no idea what the Black River was. The Black River is a pretty small river in comparison to the Kaskaskia or the Meramec. The river is in Missouri and is about a two hour drive from our houses in Fayetteville. It has crystal clear water and when we went it was very shallow. There were only a few deep spots near where we were at. Getting back on track, Logan invited me and our group…

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    “Hunting Snake” written by Judith Wright and “Pike” written by Ted Hughes are two poems about nature and animals. Hunting Snake has four stanzas and Pike has eleven stanzas. The animals in the Hunting Snake and Pike seem to be similar animals as they hunt in similar ways by being slow, quiet and pouncing to surprise the animal. Both of the poets write about their encounters with hunting animals, a hunting snake and a pike fish. Judith writes about a “big black snake” in nature hunting like in…

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    King Cobra Research Paper

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    The king cobra is not one to mess with. If you ever think you’re safe around a cobra, think again. The cobra can spit venom, and at one specific target, your eye. The king cobra’s life is that of an eventful one that is characterized by its diet, it’s environment, and its defense. The diet of this carnivorous cobra usually includes many things such as eggs, chickens, small mammals, toads, lizards, mongooses, and rat snakes for dinner. After a meal, it will lay in the sun to speed up the…

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