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  • Monkey Forest
    623 words
    I still memorize those hot humid nights in Bali, Indonesia. I thought I fainted when I got of the plane at the airport. The heat of the air, hit me in the face, and felt like it threw me on the ground. We settled into the airport which was just one large hall which was a un organised position and uncontrollable from all passengers coming of their planes. We got our luggage and made our way to Ubud our first destination for seven quick nights. The reason of visit to this part of Indonesia was bec...
  • Cell During A Lack Of Water
    437 words
    The human body consists of massive amounts of different tissues and oranges, all doing different things. It's inevitable that these tissues need a large amount of energy to maintain health and to stay productive. When the body encounters a famine, it reacts to the lack of food by many different starvation endorse tactics. When the body enters into a lack of water, there is very little it can do but stop the production of urine and sweat. The human body consists a mass of eighty percent water plu...
  • Harbor Seal Pup
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    Harbor seals are marine mammals that have spotted coats in a variety of shades from silver gray, black to dark brown. They reach 5 to 6 feet in length and weigh up to 300 pounds. Harbor seals are dimorphic, with the male being slightly larger than the female. They are true, or crawling seals, which means they have no external earflaps. True seals also have small flippers, and move on land by flopping along on their bellies. They breathe at the surface and hold their breath while diving. They can...
  • Swimming In The Whale Sharks
    726 words
    The Whale Shark At a whopping forty-six feet and a massive fifteen tons, you can see why the whale shark is called they whale shark. The whale shark is the biggest shark and the biggest fish in the ocean (The Whale Shark Bibliography - Tethys Marine). As you can see it is not a whale. It has a mouth, which is around 4 feet wide. Its mouth is at the front of the head and not underside like most sharks. On this massive giant, are a wide flat head, a rounded snout, small eyes, five gill slits, two ...
  • Mother Of The Seven Chicks
    321 words
    Creative Writing: Origin of the Big Dipper Once their was a old couple who lived in a village near the country-side. The village they lived in didn't have a lot of food. The couple had a chicken who had just had seven baby chicks. One day a monk came to the village to teach the people there because they had very poor or no education. The monk had not eaten all day and said that he was very hungry. The people in the village panicked because they were so poor and barely had enough food to support ...
  • Water Productivity In Irrigation
    1,402 words
    Emerging Water Shortages Threaten Food Supplies, Regional Peace Spreading water shortages threaten to reduce the global food supply by more than 10 percent. Left unaddressed, these shortages could lead to hunger, civil unrest, and even wars over water, reports a new book from the Worldwatch Institute. Irrigation accounts for two thirds of global water use, but less than half that water reaches the roots of plants. 'Without increasing water productivity in irrigation, major food-producing regions...
  • Nacha And Her Mother Tita
    714 words
    Food equals memory and memory equals immortality. In the recipes we pass down from generation to generation, in the food of our mothers, we reawaken the past, make the present more real, perhaps capture a bit of the future. Food is about history, with handed down recipes such as in Like Water for Chocolate, the chef can remember the past. Tita, when she cooked could remember Nacha and her mother. Food is a major part of the story, and is somewhat obvious as the title itself is about food. The ti...
  • Gross Rosen
    582 words
    Life has never been this hard. Sitting in a cattle car, don't know where you " re going. You have ideas, you " ve heard stories, but you don't really know. No food, no water, shivering. Everyone is quiet, some are sleeping, some are crying. It's been a long ride, and I am weak, but I can feel the train slow down. Some men start waking others up, one is not waking. He was wounded earlier in the battle for our capital. Most of us knew this young boy would not survive, but we were hoping. We hear n...
  • El Nino Overpowers The Water
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    El Nino's Wrath Microscopic, photosynthetic phytoplankton produce seventy one percent of the world's Oxygen. A reduction in the world's phytoplankton population would be detrimental to all terrestrial and aquatic life. The event known as El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a complex interplay between the ocean and the atmosphere causing a reversal in the trade winds, which in turn moves warm water masses to opposite sides of the Pacific Ocean. Better known for it's atmospheric effects, El Nin...
  • Male Chimpanzee
    729 words
    Chimpanzees are a genus of the great ape of Africa, with long black hair and log protruding ears. Humans know them for their intelligence and there very similarities. They have developed family ties similar to man. Over the generations they have even had developed tools out of natural materials. Food for chimpanzees is very important to them due to the excessive amount eating. Chimpanzees eat a variety of foods. They will get their food in many different ways. Bananas are one of the most favored...
  • Your Own Homemade Sauce
    592 words
    Homemade Sauce How many people would enjoy eating pasta with real homemade sauce, made naturally with no preservatives. Did you know that the canned sauces that you buy from the stores are more expensive and not as healthy for you as opposed to a homemade sauce that you can make yourself. I personally know several families that make their own homemade sauce from scratch. I even know an owner of a pizzeria who makes his own homemade sauce to reduce his costs and to add quality to the tastes of hi...
  • Alone On A Lifeboat With Richard Parker
    439 words
    Life of PiP i Patel is on a ship to a whole new world. He's leaving his whole world behind except the zoo, it's on board with him. When awoken by a sound, Pi goes to explore. He finds that the ship is sinking and before he can wake his family he is thrown into a lifeboat. A zebra falls into the lifeboat, breaking its leg. Without truly realizing what he is doing, Pi helps Richard Parker onto the lifeboat. Then he realizes, he is on a lifeboat with a 450 pound Bengal tiger. Pi builds a raft out o...
  • Observant Jews
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    Comparison of Judaism vs. Buddhism In this essay I will be comparing the rituals, and festivals chosen from two different religions. The two religions that I will be comparing are Judaism and Buddhism. Judaism and Buddhism have many rituals and beliefs. There is a wide range of Jewish beliefs, Stan Fischer emphasizes on these major points. Reformed Jews believe that being Jewish gives them a common culture, while Orthodox Jews try to keep all the laws and customs commanded by the Torah. The basi...
  • People Z Trim
    405 words
    No-Calorie Powder May Substitute for Food's Fat George E. Inglett of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's BiopolymerResearch Unit in Peoria invented a no-calorie fat substitute called Z-Trim. It is a mix of crushed fibers made from the hulls of grains. It can replace the fat and some of the carbohydrates in foods such as chocolates, brownies, cheese, and ground beef. He spent three years trying to perfect Z-Trim to be smooth because he made it out of tough hulls of corn, oats, and rice. He first...
  • Persons With Typhoid Fever
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    Typhoid Fever essay: Introduction: Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection of the intestinal tract and occasionally the bloodstream, and is from the Salmonella species. Risk of infection is greatest for travellers to developing countries who will have prolonged exposure to potentially contaminated food and beverages. Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection of the intestinal tract and occasionally the bloodstream. Symptoms: Fever as high as 103. to 104. F (39. to 40. C), Severe headache, Insomnia, ...
  • Important For Survival Over Food
    554 words
    An average, but healthy, person is capable of surviving without food for forty or more days, however, that same person would not be able to survive for more than three to five days without water. It is very important to keep water going in the human body because of a couple of reasons. The body is primarily composed of water and the balance of the water in a human is critical. Once the water level starts to decrease, cells in the body cannot be hydrated and a person will start to go through dehy...

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