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  • Animal
    494 words
    The Body Shop's trading charter describes their company as "ensuring human and civil rights", as using "environmentally sustainable resources wherever technically and economically viable", "supporting long term, sustainable relationships with communities in need" and "promoting animal protection". If these things are infact so, you would believe that "The Body Shop" is ethical in the sense that it replenishes the environment and is generous to all disadvantaged people. However, we are going to s...
  • Worm's Body
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    Flatworms belong to the phylum Platyhelminthes. They have the simplest body plan of all bilaterally symmetrical animals. They are called flatworms because their bodies are compressed. The mouth is the only opening into the digestive cavity the flatworms have. Food is taken in through this hole and wastes are discharged also through this hole. Flatworms have a well-defined nervous, muscular, excretory, and reproductive system. The flatworm distributes the food it digests through a digestive tube ...
  • Excess Blood From The Body Cavity
    470 words
    FIELD DRESSING Dress your deer immediately. Field dressing takes effort, so your heavy hunting coat should be removed and your sleeves rolled up so they wont be soiled. Blood and digestive juices from organs possibly penetrated by the shot must be removed from the body cavity quickly, and the sooner the organs, which deteriorate rapidly, are removed, the faster the meat will cool. Field dressing also eliminates dragging unnecessary weight when moving the animal. Before starting the field-dressin...
  • Animals And Humans
    695 words
    In his Meditations, Rene Descartes argues that animals are purely physical entities, having no mental or spiritual substance. Thus, Descartes concludes, animals can't reason, think, feel pain or suffer. Animals, are mere machines with no consciousness. Use the Internet to explore the issue of animal rights. Investigate the legacy left by Rene Descartes concerning the moral status of animals. Non-human animals, on Descartes's view, are complex organic machines, all of whose actions can be fully e...
  • Animal Mummies
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    Afterlife The Egyptians believed in life after death, or afterlife. They also believed the sprit would need to come back to it's body to rest, so they worked hard to preserve it. One famous Egyptian story tells about Osiris, who once ruled Egypt. He was supposed to have been murdered by his jealous brother, Set. After having many adventures, Isis, the wife of Osiris managed to restore him to life. The Egyptians were, in their afterlife, supposed to "live" in a land ruled by Osiris. Their next li...
  • High Ground
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    Running up the hillside, I realized my life was soon to end. It was much like a scene from some big Hollywood movie. I was flashing back in my mind the life I had lived. I staggered willfully to excel with more speed than a turtle seasoned with one hundred years of life. My bloodied and wounded leg would not hold much longer with the quickly made makeshift splint. This was the end, it was time to give up, I had met my final demise. Life had not always been so much on the edge for me. I was your ...
  • Marine Species
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    A brief description of the phylum and their classes. By Ashley Ellison I. Acanthocephalan-any of an intestinal worms lacking a digestive tract and having a proboscis bearing rows of thorn like hooks II. Annelids- any of roundish, wormlike animals having long, segmented bodies, a brain and ventral nerve cord, and a closed circulatory system, including polychaetes, oligochaetes, and leeches A. Polychaete-any marine, annelid worms, having on most segments a pair of fleshy, leg like appendages beari...
  • Camel's Body Temperature
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    Adaptions In Ectothermic And Endothermic Animals To Adaptions In Ectothermic And Endothermic Animals To Extreme Climate Adaptions in Ectothermic and Endothermic animals to extreme climates First of all we need to understand what ectothermic and endothermic animals are. Animals differ in their abilities to regulate body temperature (thermoregulation). We sometimes use the terms "cold-blooded' or "warm-blooded. ' Most reptiles feel cold to the touch, while mammals and birds often feel warm. Somewh...
  • Divinity And Animal
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    There are two things that make up a human: god and animals. Humans alone have morality, ability to know the principles of right and wrong behavior, and ethical judgment. Alexander Pope, Shakespeare, and Gilgamesh, these people and books, use concepts of human beings are: morality, divinity, and integrity. In today's world it is shown that humans are very easily divinity and animal. Concerns and perspective status of a person and behavior is what leads humans through life. One of these is which p...

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