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    Uncovering The Tasmanian Tiger In a land far far away the distant land of tasmania, There was a black striped assassin, known as the thylacine. This Striped hound, was located in two places, in the dry lands of australia, and the island of tasmania. This cunning black striped tiger, was the main predator of these strange lands, and was a vicious marsupial. Inadequately, our ignorance, resulted in these magnificent species of animal, unlawful, non deserved, gruesome total extinction. Habitat These creatures, mainland was specifically tasmania, and australia, but some have been found in Papua, New Guinea. They were located, north to east coast in tasmania, and lived in the mainly, in the coastal regions of australia. They…

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    The Tasmanian devil is Tasmania’s national animal. They are carnivorous marsupials and dog shape in appearance with short legs, rough black hair and broad mouths. It was once native to the mainland of Australia but now is only found in Tasmania. They survive on small prey such as mainly snakes but also fish, birds and insects. They were declared endangered in 2009. (En.wikipedia.org, 2018) They play an important role in Tasmania’s ecosystem. They have both ecological and socioeconomic…

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    Tasmanian Devil Although this animal is a Loony Tunes Character it has the strength to break a man’s arm. Many people know the tasmanian devil as a Loony Tunes cartoon character, but is actually a real animal. The scientific name for the tasmanian devil is Sarcophilus harrisii, it is a most unusual mammal that closely resembles a dog or a ferret (San Diego Zoo). Tasmanian devils live in tasmania (Australia) and they used to be found all over Australia but they went extinct on the mainland 400…

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    Per the bureau of meteorology, wind typically develops in a westerly direction, with North-Westerly winds being common (Bureau of Meteorology, 2016). The left side of figure 1, shows the South Easterly side of the dune, whilst the North Westerly side of the dune is the right side. It appears reading errors occurred the blue point indicated point at 45m is an outlier, the reading in accordance with the dataset shows an accuracy level greater than 1; by using 1 as a barrier for outliers, it has…

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    eating a challenge which ultimately kills the animal (Jones & McCallum, 2011). All individuals who contract the disease die within six months as a result of starvation because of an inability to feed or as a result of organ failure from metastases (Grueber et al., 2011). PROGNOSIS DFTD has spread from northeastern Tasmania where it was first discovered to now most of the devil’s territory (Hamede, McCallum, Jones & Boots, 2013.). The only remaining free DFTD- free population is in the…

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    Hunterxhunter Biography

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    Are you an adventurous person? Do you like exploring several landmarks, which have amazing significance behind them? That's the feeling that HunterXHunter brings to the table, it shows how someone can embark into an incredible adventure if you really get your mind into it. I've never watched HunterXHunter beforec i went completely blind, and binged watched it in my Spring Break vacation; It had me crying, laughing, and feeling good thanks to the good storytelling and wonderful characters.…

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    Dingo Research Paper

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    Threatened Species Day has been held every year since 1996 on 7 September in Australia, to remember the passing of the last formally recorded thylacine. Albeit there had been a protection development squeezing for the thylacine's assurance since 1901, determined to some extent by the expanding trouble in acquiring examples for abroad accumulations, political troubles kept any manifestation of insurance coming into power until 1936. Official insurance of the species by the Tasmanian government…

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    Extinct animals like the Tasmania Tiger was extinct because of us. The Tasmanian Tiger was hunted to extinction because farmers back in the day. And because of his huge yawning mouth. Today I will be talking about what animals went extinct and how. Then I will talk about what is extinction. Then I will talk about what extinction does to the ecosystem. Even predators like killer whales and great white sharks are going to extinction. The reason why predators like killer whales are going extinct…

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    Please take into consideration my submission on the enforcement of tighter laws around the crime of Arson. I am writing to you because there is a great concern for the amount of Arson related crimes that are occurring within the state of Tasmania. Statistics show that more than half of Tasmania is above average in fires per year compared with all of the other states in Australia (Australian Bureau of Meteorology, 2015). Tightening the laws around Arson, will most definitely guarantee Tasmania…

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    When discussing a topic as dubious as Euthanasia, identifying and involving the righteous, upmost important stakeholders, ensures focus remains on the people that are affected by the issue. When addressing viewpoints of the stakeholders from which the whole issue surrounds, the potential Euthanasia user who is terminally ill should be acknowledged as the primary stakeholder as they have the most interest because this issue directly affects them. Terminal illness is defined as a disease that…

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