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Insects Can Be Found around the World
Well flies are annoying but there are insects everywhere in the world.
They are in the cities and on the grounds of pavement. Insects would even
be in your attic lingering around looking for some food or a place to spew
their filth. I am not a fan of bugs myself I just do not want to have them
around all the time. An insect...
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The History of the Peacock Project
I grew up in beautiful Winter Park, Florida and attended St. Margaret Mary Catholic School on Park Avenue. My classmates and I would spend countless days in the park and rose garden on Park Avenue, across from our school, church, and an array of upscale shops and restaurants. I knew that this area that I had held so near an...
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The Role of Animals in Society
Animals Every animal has an important role to play in nature and is needed in the life of some other animals, as it can be seen in food chains. When a species of animal dies, many living creatures are affected as well. They are part of earth’s resources. Dogs were the first animals to be domesticated and they are now foun...
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The Benefits of Keeping Animals in Zoos
The largest zoo in the world is Zoo Berlin with over fifteen thousand animals. That might get you thinking about whether that is good for animals. There has been a lot of controversy whether zoos are good or bad for animals. Zoos are give positive benefits to animals because of their efforts to help endangered species, co...
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The Anatomy of an Owl
The Anatomy of an Owl Owls are birds of prey, also known as predators. They hunt small
mammals such as mice, squirrels, even young foxes; they also hunt insects,
frogs, fish and even other birds in order to survive. Most owls are
nocturnal, meaning that they only hunt their prey in the dark. Owls adapted
skills such...
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The Origin and History of Animal Domestication
Domestication is a complex process that involves both chance as well as selective breeding pressure. Possibly the most successful example of domestication has been the wolf, which has been selectively bred to create the domesticated dog. There are numerous theories on how the partnership between wolves and humans first came...
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Antibiotic Use, and the Threat of Drug Resistance in Veterinary Medicine
Antibiotic Use, and the Threat of Drug Resistance  In the past century medicine has improved at an unprecedented rate, and society has seemingly eliminated many of the common ailments that caused death a hundred years ago. Diseases such as tuberculosis and even the bubonic plague is nothing but an afterthought in the minds...
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An Argument Against the Continuation and Public Funding of Animal Cloning
Man’s best friend has become scientists’ guinea pig. Over and over again, scientists have pushed the government for public funding towards animal cloning. However, animal cloning is morally wrong. Cloning animals is just as inhumane and grotesque as cloning humans is. Scientists also do not know enough information on th...
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The Important Role of Wolves in History and Culture of Humans
There is this famous saying by a shark named Bruce, “Fish are friends, not food” (Finding Nemo). If a shark can put aside its’ nature to eat and kill fish, is it possible for humans to do the same with their fear of wolves? There are humans in this world that will talk about wolves as if they were raised by them. Those are...
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The Reasons for the Decline of the Population of Wolves
“In real life, wolves will do anything to avoid contact with mankind” –Liam Neeson “It disturbs me no more to find men base, unjust, or selfish then to see apes mischievous, wolves savage or the vulture ravenous” –Jean-Paul Sartre Humans in today’s society have no respect for the balance that is in the world. The wolf...
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