The Music of Dolphins

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    novels, The Music of Dolphins and Out of the Dust, both written by Karen Hesse, demonstration how two young girls – who are going through traumatic times in their lives – use music to express their thoughts and feelings. Mila, from The Music of Dolphins, is torn away from the only family she remembers, her dolphin family, and sent to human civilization to learn proper customs; the drastic difference between her wild life and civilized life is difficult to deal with, however, singing and music from her recorder connect her back the music of her dolphin family. Billie Jo, from Out of the Dust, is living in the Great Depression and the Oklahoma Dust Bowl, and using her musical ability on the piano, she deals with her family’s declining…

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    what would happen if no one stood up for these animals. What would the world be life if no one protected certain species and stood up for the life and existence of these creatures? Remember the Flipper? Flipper was a bottlenose dolphin named Kathy, her trainer, Ric O’Barry is one of the main reasons dolphins are highly protected, and to cause any danger or harm to them is illegal. For the past forty-four years of O’Barry’s life, he has been protecting and freeing captive dolphins. As the…

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    Dolphins In The Cove

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    The central theme of The Cove is of the injustice against dolphins, in the context of being held in captivity in marine theme parks all over the world, and also within the Town of Taiji, Japan where every year hundreds are captured or slaughtered. The backstory of the film comes from a man named Richard O'Barry, who was once the chief dolphin trainer for the seven dolphins used in the film Flipper. Once he noticed how depressed the captive dolphins he trained were after one “committed suicide”…

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    The Cove Psihoyos

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    documentary released in 2009, and was directed by Louie Psihoyos and stars various activists, primarily Ric O’Barry, a former dolphin trainer turned activist, and the director himself. The Cove criticizes the annual dolphin hunting practice in the seaside town of Taiji, Japan. The town relies on dolphin hunting as a means of sustaining their economy, as well as being a part of the specific town’s culture and traditions. The captured dolphins are either sold to marine parks or are killed for…

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    Rio-Personal Narrative

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    the morning and the dolphins whistling in the night. The feel of the breeze through my room window at night, made everything feel so magical. There was always something fun to. The banana boat rides, the hang gliding rides, the parasailing rides were all fun not to mention the other rides they had as well. The last day I made sure I went and got me a massage. A friend once told me they were to die for. There was always something to do; whether fun, relaxing, peaceful; every activity and every…

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    A bit of imagination, music, movies, novels and live entertainment can all have the same topic: marine creatures. In fact, when you hear some relaxation music themed around whale songs, that you read a novel titled Moby Dick, which is a legendary white sperm whale or even some facts about the blue whale, being the largest mammal on Earth, it is easy to think of whales. The confusion comes when the term whale is part of a sea creature's name. You see, when people talk about sharks, their mind is…

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    Delphinus Research Paper

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    Delphinus the Dolphin. This tiny grouping of stars lies in the transition zone from that of the summer star filled skies to that of the sparse autumn skies. Once you have located Delphinus in the night sky, turn your telescope towards Gamma (y) Delphinus' snout. His snout is one of the most amazing double stars in the night sky. The two stars that make up Gamma have magnitudes of 4.5 and 5.5 component stars that are separated by 10 arcseconds. There are two 7th-magnitude stars that are close to…

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    There are various types of species from dolphin, turtle, bee, penguin, elephant, to rhinos, geese. These species can also represent all ecosystems, which include the oceans, lands, deserts, lakes, and the sky. In addition, most of these animals are considered to be endangered species, and heavily affected by illegal hunting and pollution. The purpose of using animal images is to create positive and loving atmosphere for the audience. The key factor that makes this commercial effective is its…

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    Keep Animals In Captivity

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    Around the world animals are held against their free will. They are tortured and deprived of having a life in the wild that is natural for them. Even though zoos, aquariums, and other animal holding facilities are seen as safe havens that provide protection for animals from predators, global warming, deforestation, and extinction, they are still not suitable dwelling places for them. Being raised naturally in the wild as opposed to in captivity provides animals with many benefits such as low…

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    Just imagine sliding down a 100 feet water slide at 25 mph. They had an indoor and outdoor basketball court were you play on the top deck to over see the beautiful view of the wavy sky blue ocean, or play inside while listening to music and grabbing something to eat from the snack bar. So I spent most of time there with my dad and all the men in my family. While we were at the court my mom, my sister, and all the other women in the family went to the mall. Surprisingly, the mall that is on the…

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