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    This dance was not meant to be danced as entertainment, but as a cure dance and a courtship dance. During the courtship dance, women try to excite love to their partner, while in return the male tries to demonstrate his tenderness. During the Tarantella dance, it is consider unlucky to dance alone so it is danced by couples or two women. The cultural purpose of the Tarantella dance is to cure the bite of a tarantula. There are three possible origins of the Tarantella dance. But the main idea of all the origins was to make bitten victim dance, to sweat out all the venom of the tarantula. Up to this day, the Tarantella dance is stilled dance, not to cure a tarantula bite, but to keep the tradition…

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    Exotic Pet Research Paper

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    level or you may find that they have difficulty in pouring which could result in their discomfort. You should also keep in mind is that male bearded dragons are incredibly territorial and therefore require careful handling. Males must also be kept in their own individual environment to avoid fighting and confrontation. The good news is that bearded dragons are quite easy to keep as pets. • Tarantulas This fascinating creature has become a most popular rare pet in recent years. There is still…

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    Educating Rita Essay

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    was first produced in 1980 and A Doll’s House in 1890. They deal with similar issues like challenging male superiority and do it by using mechanisms like irony and metaphors. Men in the plays restrict women and attempt to form them in a way that society approves. Which then resulting in their rebellion. Nora ‘apparently’ accepts the patriarchy but before the start of the play she gets a loan without her husband’s permission however she continues to play along with Tovald whereas Rita undermines…

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    Lab Report On Tarantulas

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    In the museum, I have selected three part in the Lab. First of all, there is Tarantula Spider. Tarantulas diet including grasshoppers, beetles, and other spiders. Vertebrates, such as rats, toads, snakes, frogs and lizards may fall into a tarantula depends on the species. Arboreal species feed on insects, moths and frogs. Although they have silk manufacturing capability, most tarantulas don't knit air network to capture prey. Instead, they use ambush strategies or find food at night. According…

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    Omega Centauri and Tarantula Nebula As opposed to the more short lived and less dense colonies of young stars that group up to create open clusters, globular clusters exist as far greater, spherical collections of aged stars that contain many low mass stars, sometimes numbering among the thousands. Globular clusters are more commonly found among a galaxy’s centre where the vast majority of stars are. It is thought that globular clusters arise from large gas clouds early in the creation of our…

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    be aware that she reacts poorly to criticism, and her teacher should approach editing and suggestions carefully to allow Heather to feel more comfortable expressing herself. Heather is very concerned with passing the STARR test. She wants me to help her learn the rules, so that she can pass the STARR test. Since she likes graphic novels, a good assignment for writing might consist of allowing her to create her own graphic novel. In this project, she will use her imagination, can use humor,…

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    I was first introduced to reptiles when I was when I was at a church event that had an “Noah’s ark” petting zoo. They had a local pet store, Aqualand, come out with some of the animals they had in stock. The owner, Mike, came with some of the many exodic animals he had in stock. Among which, he brought many reptiles and invertebrates. He had Ball pythons, Boas, scorpions and some rodents. I remember getting to hold a burmese python, he was white and yellow and practically the size of me at the…

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    Metafiction is when the author intentionally creates an element that the reader knows it is fake. The obvious metafiction in the short story is the very old man with enormous wings. The reader knows that the protagonist is fake because in reality there is no such creature that can have wings, but possess the qualities of a human. Another obvious metafiction in the story is the lady that is struck by lightning when she disobeys her parents by sneaking out to a dance. She is struck by lightning…

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    Camera distance is a major cinematic element in the movie. Different types of camera distance are used to engage the audience. Towards the beginning of the scene, Kevin's face is shown at a close-up distance on his face to show his shock when Marv trips on a rope and catches him by his leg as he tries to escape to the third floor. Kevin then comes up with an idea as he sees Buzz’s (older brother) tarantula which got loose from an incident earlier, crawling on the steps of the stairs. Another…

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    This month we had an assembly on animals. the speaker taught us about animals like a Bearded Dragon, a blue tongued lizard, and a kangaroo,carpet python, parrot, and a tarantula. She was very smart and taught us a lot. This is what I learned. The bearded dragon lives in the desert and changes color to cool off during the day or warm up at night. When they are hot they pant like dogs and breathe hard. At night when their cold, several dragons lay on top of each other to warm up. These dragons…

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