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An Analysis of the Writing Style in the Life Stages, Anthropogenic Impact, and Temporal Variation of Stranded Sea Turtles in Southerm Brazil and Where Sea Turtles Nest, a Primary and Secondary Document
Primary Document versus Secondary Document The primary document used is “Life Stages, Anthropogenic Impact, and Temporal Variation of Stranded Sea Turtles in Southern Brazil” by Authors Angelo Scherer, Fernando Caminha Leal Valls, Aparacida Basler, Janete de Fatima, Martins Scherer, and Maria Petry. The secondary article u...
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An Argument in Favor of Banning Zoos Worldwide
According to James Nolan, “…a government-funded study in the UK discovered there was a welfare concern over every elephant in the country; 75 percent of them were overweight, and only 16 percent could walk normally. African elephants also live three times longer in the wild than they do in captivity, and 40 percent of lion...
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An Evaluation of the Red Wolf Recovery Program in Eastern North Carolina
A famous philosophical line asks, “If a tree falls in a forest and no one's around to hear it, does it make a sound?” It’s meant to be thought-provoking, to get people thinking about whether something exists if it can’t be seen, or in this case heard. The same can apply to the red wolf, a shy mammal that was reintroduced ba...
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The Equality of Humans and Non-Humans in All Animals are Equal by Peter Singer and What I Learned from Tickling Apes by Frans De Waal
Are all Animals Equal? Ethical consequences are things that arose when you make a choice
between two points of view. All Animals are Equal by Peter Singer and What
I Learned from Tickling Apes by Frans De Waal are both articles deal with
the equality of humans versus non-humans. Peter Singer thinks that non-
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Zoo Animals Should Be Treated and Maintained in a Clean Environment
Zoos are a popular attraction for people of all ages. They are not only entertaining, but are a great way for people to feel closer to wild animals and develop an appreciation for them. However, keeping wild animals captive is a violation of their rights and welfare. Laws regarding treatment of animals in zoos are not suffi...
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An Experiment on the Hatching of the Eggs of Brine Shrimp or Artemia Salina Through the Use of Seven Different Levels of Water Salinity
INTRODUCTION Hypothesis: The ideal condition for Artemia salina egg hatching is 7.5% salinity. MATERIALS AND METHODS The focus of the experiment was the eggs of brine shrimp, or Artemia salina, and how seven different levels of water salinity affected the hatching rate of the eggs. Each level was represented in four via...
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A Study on the Masked Bobwhite Quail, a Rare Subspecies of Northern Bobwhite
The Masked bobwhite quail is an extremely rare and fragile subspecies of the more popular and widespread Northern bobwhite. The Masked bobwhite is and has been endangered from the moment it was discovered. These quail are very susceptible to habitat loss. They are native to the desert grasslands of Arizona and Mexico, but h...
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The Symptoms and Causes of the Starfish Wasting Disease
History Starfish Wasting Disease or SSaDV has been plaguing not just Sea Stars but many different species of Echinoderms since it was first observed and documented in 1978 after a unusually warm winter and it became an even bigger problem from 1982-1984 when California experienced a long El Nino (Eckert, Engle, Kushner 200...
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Seal - the Funniest Zoo Animal Ever
The funniest zoo animal ever What do you think is the funniest zoo animal ever seen? Do you think
it is a panda bear roaming around in its cage until dark? Or maybe it could
be a small black and white furred capuchin, which they are part of the
different monkey families. The zoo is home to numerous animals who are in...
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Jane Goodall and Her Research on Chimpanzees
Chimpanzee Behavior When she started her research, Jane Goodall was a mere 24 years old, with no degree of any variety. Louis Leakey put his faith into her, trusting her to bring information back to him. Little did he know that her studies would go on for years later than they originally anticipated, and that Jane Goodall...
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