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College is a new experience It allows people to follow and achieve their dreams discover who they really are and to participate in unique opportunities they wouldnt get anywhere else Purdue is the place where all of these things come together to create a wonderful opportunity for myself and thousands of othersMy major is Wildlife a major that to me seems to be easily looked over but I chose this career when I was only five I would watch The Lion King everyday and had the words memorized by the fourth time through This simple Disney movie sparked the driving force for achieving my dream I became obsessed with lions wanting to learn everything there was to learn My curiosity stemmed and I wanted to know every animal My family would buy me plastic toy animals every chance they got I collected and learned about every species I owned Occasionally my siblings would have fun and have me try to name them all and I could Being so in love with animals I would tell everyone that I wanted to grow up to be a Daddy Lion and no one could tell me differentThis love for learning and animals was further solidified by several special occurrences that happened to me At the age of about six I was at the zoo with my family I approached the glass of the chimpanzee enclosure and placed my small hand against the glass As I stared in amazement at the apes a large male climbed down from his perch and sat in front of me He ever so slowly reached his hand up and placed it against the glass where my hand was holding it there for a few seconds before I ran off yelling to my mom what had happened Several years later at the same zoo I played a game with an orangutan She reached out of the fence and picked up
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