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  • Steve Irwin Research Paper

    specific area. He was shooting a new television segment with his daughter to show the rest of the world some of the ocean’s deadliest sea creatures. He was in the middle of filming when a stingray struck him in the heart. The thing that makes him brave is that he had no clue that his life would end because a stingray. Steve died doing what he…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Shark Reef Aquarium

    eat human flesh.” This is the reason why there is a guard to prevent someone touching the piranhas during the open times. Next, the small petting pool, I think this was the most entertainment in Shark Reef Aquarium because you could touch Motoro Stingray in a pool. There was a guide of Shark Reef Aquarium instructed I and others people how to touch rays. We could only use one finger to touch and must be gentle because we would make the rays scared. The first time encountered to this fish, I…

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  • Reflective Essay 'An Excursion Of A Lifetime'

    Looking back on my past writings, I have noticed multiple errors that now cause myself to cringe. I am pleased to say I have improved tremendously as a writer; however, I do have room to enhance my writing skills. To be the best potential writer, I must work on or continue with three major issues: focusing on improving with my weaknesses, staying up with my strengths, and achieving my goals for myself as a writer. Even experts acquire a few weaknesses they may need to work on; however, I…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Dunn's River Falls

    I have a blue snorkel on but it doesn’t help since my front teeth are gone. I start to feed the stingrays careful to keep my thumb tucked under so they do not mistake it for food. They are slimy, and swim awkwardly. The next day, we are at sea again and I head to the hot tub with my cousins and sisters. We hang out there, and all of the parents go to…

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  • Killer Whale Stereotypes

    As well as dietary preference there are other obvious differences such as size, colour, fin shape, saddle pattern and eye spot. An example of a killer whale ecotype is the New Zealand type which specialise in stingrays. The stingrays possess a spine in their tail which can kill. The killer whales have found a way to overcome this, by inverting the victim so its sting is disabled. There has been an abundance of research carried out on killer whales around Vancouver…

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  • Olmec Religion Research Paper

    Olmec Religion Report By Uyen Pham Who, why, and how did the Olmec worship? The Olmec were rich in religion, all ceremonial or activity in the religion were done by shamans, people who were believed to have supernatural powers to spirits. Priests and rulers also participated in ceremonial activities, but rulers were the most influential to others because they were thought to be relatives of the gods in Olmec religion. At first, historians thought that the religion was revolved around a…

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  • Boating To Dinner Research Paper

    Make a Grand (and splashy!) Entrance: Your Guide to “Boating to Dinner” in the Caribbean Ever considered actually sailing off into the sunset? It’s no secret that the Caribbean offers some of the most beautiful vacation destinations in the world. With at least 28 island nations and more than 7,000 individual islands, the problem quickly becomes deciding where to go. To complicate matters further, each of the islands offers a variety of local flavors—like a preference for cumin in Cuba, or curry…

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  • Research Paper On Seahorses

    Seahorses Did you know that seahorses are the only sea animal where the male gives birth instead of the female. What about the fact that seahorses can eat up to 3,000 shrimp per day. While they are sleeping they wrap their tails around seaweed so they don’t float away. Of course, seahorses are very interesting and one of the most interesting animals in marine life. This paper will explain the birth,food,and adaptations of a seahorse. First of all,this is all about a seahorses…

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  • A Day In The Ocean Research Paper

    couldn't get enough. I could float out in the water and feel the rhythm of the ocean forever. The fish would swim by and brush my ankles. The dolphins would play in the waves in front of me, sometimes if the water was clear enough I could see a stingray sweeping the ocean floor like a zamboni sweeping the ice with great ease. I would walk up and down the shore looking for…

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  • Personal Narrative: San Antonio Escapade

    under the starry night sky. At the Riverwalk there was also a mall, so we went shopping. Next, my family and some friends went to Aquatica. Aquatica is an extremely entertaining water park in San Antonio. I went on a thrilling water slide called The Stingray. I had a great deal of enjoyment because I kept…

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