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The Electric Stunfish (312 words, 1 pages)
In the ocean you may be amazed at some of the astonishing things you shall see, if you look close enough in the Deep Sea Trenches of the Atlantic Ocean you could find the Electric Stunfish. The Electric Stunfish is a cross-mutant between the Bioluminescence Flashlight Fish and the Electric ... Read More
Comparing Cats and Dogs (559 words, 2 pages)
Although cats and dogs differ from one another, they share someessential characteristics. Some of the main characteristics includephysical appearance, verbal and physical tones, and mental capacity.With various types of cats and dogs, there are major differences inanimal presentation. The major differences between the two, forinstance, cats have snake-like eyes, soft ... Read More
Luna the Orca Whale (371 words, 2 pages)
One day, in the summer of 2004, a whale named Luna was found in Gold River, Nootka Sound, British Columbia, Canada. Luna is an orca whale that got lost from his pod (L-Pod). Department of Fisheries and Oceans warned that it would not safe for Luna to stay in Gold ... Read More
American Pit Bull Terriers Should Not Be Banned (2274 words, 8 pages)
As class begins to get further down the road all the students in the class we assign a specific chapter in each book. My group was assigned a chapter dealing with abuse of an animal. My group had to do a presentation on chapter five in SWL which talked about ... Read More
Pit Bulls: Discrimination of Another Kind (1036 words, 4 pages)
Remember when the world was segregated? Remember when there were segregated bathrooms, water fountains, schools and restaurants? Why did that end? It ended because people realised that not allowing people do certain things because of their skin color was outrageous. What few people know is that it is happening again. ... Read More
Seal Hunting Should be Banned in Canada (657 words, 2 pages)
A potential chance for Harp SealsThere has always been talk about the controversial matter of stopping the hunt for harp seals and how to resolve the issue. But the question is, how and why? How the millions of sealers (seal hunters) could be cut short for their strong passion of ... Read More
Rhynchophorus Phoenicis in Bread (1210 words, 4 pages)
Nowadays, insect has formed a significant part in many societies as atraditional food because of their nutritional content (DeFoliart 1995).However, in westernized societies, there is a negative attitude towardsinsect-eating, which is dirty, disgusting and dangerous (Looy et al.2014). Although Australian aborigines eat insects as a food source, mostof them start ... Read More
Declaring Beluga Whales an Endangered Species (674 words, 3 pages)
A half-dozen conservation organizations today plan to file a petition under a little-known state law seeking to have Cook Inlet beluga whales declared an endangered species. Conservation groups filed a request to have the whales listed as a federal endangered species this spring. The National Marine Fisheries Service has until ... Read More
General Information about the Endangered Species Act in The United States of America (750 words, 2 pages)
In California there are two hundred eighty-nine animals and plants on the endangered species list one hundred eleven animals and one hundred seventy-eight plants. The Endangered Species Act was originated in 1973 to fight the depletion of all endangered species. Before a plant or animal species can receive protection through ... Read More
A History of the Koala Species and Its Habitats (1995 words, 5 pages)
The Plight of the Koala The species Phascolarctos cinereus, more commonly known as the koala, is a very unique and unusual animal. Although it is commonly thought of as a bear, the koala is actually a marsupial, one of the three groups of mammals, and is more closely related to ... Read More
Unlimited Affection and Unconditional Love of Pets (1308 words, 2 pages)
PETS Animals and humans have lived together for thousands of years. No matter what the age, race, occupation, or environment people seem to be in constant contact with animals. The human-animal bond is strong, from the start of mans excedents animals came into our imaginations and have been a source ... Read More
A Paper on American Pit Bull Terrier and the History of the Breed (1547 words, 2 pages)
Fighting, attacks, and vicious are words thought of when one mentions the American Pit Bull Terrier (APBT). Society definitely portrays the APBT as an inherently violent. Groups have even gone so far as to demand breed specific legislation. These groups wish to ban the APBT. Some even go as far ... Read More
Characteristics of the American Pit Bull Terrier (1999 words, 3 pages)
The American Pit Bull Terrier. The American Pit Bull Terrier may well be a vanishing breed. Today, this loyal, courageous breed is facing a hostile media, an unforgiving court system, and potentially, its own death (Palika 4). Liz Palika also states that fighting traits have made the breed a favorite ... Read More
Reasons Why I Intend to Pursue a Career in Veterinary Medicine (394 words, 1 pages)
Through my work that I experience with animals as a technical assistant at the animal hospital and researcher to participate in several animal relative research labs I realized my responsibility for caring for animals in my future. Even though my jobs were a small part of the veterinary work, it ... Read More
The Life Cycle, Food, and Habitat of the Alligator Mississippiensis (1319 words, 3 pages)
Alligator mississippiensis is in the family Crocodylidae. This family has existed since the upper Triassic period, but the modern family members appear in the fossil record as little as 80 million years ago. There are three subfamilies, Alligatorinae, Crocodylinae, and Gavaialinae. Some people also include a fourth subfamily, Tomistominae, which ... Read More
An Analysis of the Cicada (1716 words, 3 pages)
In this century of rapid scientific discovery, there still exist natural phenomena with the power to inspire wonder and mystery. The cicada, an insect known since ancient times, is one such phenomenon. Because scientific knowledge of the cicada contains many gaps, these mysterious insects can still stimulate our imagination or ... Read More
An Overview of the Tiger Sharks in Tropical Waters and Temperatures (544 words, 1 pages)
The Tiger Shark Joe Barger Science III December 10, 1999 The Tiger sharks name derives from the distinctive dark bands that run from the top of its back down along its sides. The stripes are very evident in younger sharks because the stripes start to fade away as it ages, ... Read More
The History of the Woolly Mammoth (385 words, 1 pages)
The wooly mammoth The Woolly Mammoth was a species of elephant that lived from about 2.5 million years ago until as recently as 10,000 years ago. It lived primarily in areas that were very cold, and during the last ice age, that would have been most of the entire planet. ... Read More
The Reasons Why Bass Is America's Number One Game Fish (509 words, 1 pages)
The reason why Bass are the number one game fish in America is easy. You only have to experience the heart-stopping thrill of hooking a Bass once to become instantly addicted to fishing them. Bass are found in many places, more than likely near where you live, however they require ... Read More
A description of Dachshund from Germany (798 words, 2 pages)
Dachshunds Dachshund comes from two German words dachs, which means badger, and hund, which means dog. Dachshunds also are known as wiener dogs, because of their long bodies and short legs. They were bred in Germany to hunt badgers and other small underground animals. Although dachshunds are the smallest and ... Read More
An Introduction to the Bald Eagle in America (629 words, 1 pages)
The bald eagle is truly an all-American bird -- it is the only eagle unique to North America. It ranges over most of the continent, from the northern reaches of Alaska and Canada down to northern Mexico. The bald eagle, our national symbol, is listed as endangered under the Endangered ... Read More
The Peregrine Falcon Is an Endangered Species Both in Canada and the United States (225 words, 1 pages)
The Peregrine Falcon, once numerous throughout North America, could possibly become extinct. This is due to the effects of chemical pesticides such as DDT (which has been banned from the United States and Canada but not in all countries). The Peregrine Falcon population has suffered a dramatic decline over the ... Read More
An Analysis of the Factors that Have Led to the Increase of Zebra Mussel in North America (649 words, 2 pages)
Page 1 SCIE 131 Assignment 4-1 The Zebra Mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) is a mollusk native to an area in the Ukraine and Russia near the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. In the 1700's and 1800's canals were built around the seas and into Europe to make shipping easier. Theses ... Read More
The Types and Characteristics of Whitetail Deer (759 words, 2 pages)
Whitetail Deer Scientific Name Odocileus Virginianus Deer are hoofed animals which grow about six feet long and 3 to 4 feet high. They are reddish or grayish in color depending on the season. Their weight usually is different between the male (buck) and the female (doe), although the larger bucks ... Read More
Seal Hunting in Canada;s Coast Angered Animal Rights Activists (710 words, 1 pages)
The infamous Harp (whitecoat) and Hooded (blueback) seal hunt photos have virtually disappeared from newspapers or television news. That does not mean that seal hunting in Canada has stopped. The mass killing of seals off Canadas East Coast is commercial, cruel, and wasteful, yet despite furious outcry from Animal Rights ... Read More
Characteristics of Cetaceans (791 words, 2 pages)
Cetaceans There are many forms of cetacean life living in the worlds waters. How an why they came into existence is uncertain, but there have been many theories. Some say that dolphins are aquatic forms of goats, and others believe they evolved just like everything else, from a single cell, ... Read More
A Lab Manual Explaining the Classification and Comparison of Chordates (213 words, 1 pages)
Comparative Anatomy Lab One Abstract This laboratory is to understand the classification and comparison of chordates. Introduction In this lab manual it shows the structure of phylum Chordata, subphylum Vertebrata. The objective is to observe the major body systems and track its course of evolution from the start of the ... Read More
A Brief History and an Introduction to the American Saddlebred (929 words, 2 pages)
History of the American Saddlebred The American Saddlebred is famous for its beauty, intelligence, endurance and lofty action. The breed is considered the peacock of the show ring because of its flashy high action gaits, its strikingly long arched neck, and high set tail. As few written records were kept ... Read More
Reintroduction of Grizzly Bears, the Symbols of the American Wilderness (1361 words, 2 pages)
Grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis) are important figures in Americas wildlife heritage. For many people, the grizzly embodies the spirit of the American Wilderness. Up until the turn of the 20th century, they were fairly common throughout most of the western United States. It is estimated that around 50,000 grizzly ... Read More
The Relations Between Moose Hunting and Road Accidents in Vermont (362 words, 1 pages)
The state of Vermont has recently initiated a hunting season on moose. Any licensed moose hunter can now shoot a moose legally and eat or sell the meat for a high profit. The season runs from October 17 through October 21. One of the objectives of the hunt is wildlife ... Read More
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