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  • Great White Sharks
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    Sharks " It's tail swayed slowly from side to side, pushing the hunters body through the murky water. All signs of motion were non-exist ant, except for the rhythmic movement of the water over the five gill slits on either side of it " she ad. Slowly gaining speed, the shady figures unmoving eyes fixed on it " star get, a lost harbor seal pup. As the distance between the predator and it's prey grew closer, the jaws of the massive fish drew forward, exposing nearly eight rows of razor sharp teeth...
  • Live Great White Shark
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    Great White Sharks are greatly misinterpreted as vicious man-eaters because of the media, movies, and peoples imaginations, but they are actually large fish who mistake people for seals and other marine life. What is a great white shark The great white, among the least understood of Earths creatures, is an apex predator, meaning that it is at the top of the food chain with no natural predators. This means great whites have their pick of food when it comes to selecting their prey (Klimley 15). Ca...
  • Causes Great White Sharks
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    The sea is an ocean of mysteries, and none of them is more fascinating to me than the creature that some call 'man-eater' or 'white death'. It is the vision of terror summoned by an active imagination when one swims out too far from shore, a vision that evokes mankind's collective nightmare of being eaten alive. It is Carcharodon carcharias; it is the Great White Shark. What do Great White Sharks look like The Greek name, (Genus species) for the Great White Shark is Carcharodon carcharias car ch...
  • Speculations About The Megalodon Shark
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    The Megalodon Kingdom-animalia Phylum-chordata Subphylum-vertebrata Class-Chondrichthyes Subclass-Elasmobranch ii (sharks and rays) Order-Lamniformes Family-Lamnidae Genus-Carcharodon Species-megalodon Intro. I was in front of the TV watching shark week on the discovery channel when they started to talk about this shark that was three times bigger then a great white shark and ate whales for food. I sat there for an hour intrigued by the thought of one of those living today. So when you gave out ...
  • Terrain Of Arlington National Cemetery
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    Arlington National Cemetery As the birds are singing their sweet melody, the terrain of Arlington National Cemetery is filled with sadness. Although the brilliant rays of sun are shinning through the thick colossal treetops, there is a chill in the air. While watching the mourners, the feeling of their sorrows is all too real. Thousands of headstones in the far distance create magnificent mazes against the horizon. The immense land has very little room to spare as it is overflowing with graves o...
  • Great White Shark
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    The Great White shark, also known as the white death, is considered the most dangerous shark in the waters. The Great White has a conical instead of a flattened snout, black eyes, and large, serrated, arrowhead-shaped teeth. The upper and lower lobes of the tail are almost equal in size, and the body is blue or brown-gray, not white, except on its belly. The Great White is found in temperate waters throughout the worlds oceans, and it is important, though not common, predator in California's coa...
  • Attack Behaviour Of The Great White Shark
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    The serious attacks are mainly by four species. The Bull shark. the Tiger, the Great White and the Oceanic White tip shark. The Grey Nurse (Sand Tiger) and the Bronze Whaler have for many years been blamed for many attacks but it seems nearly all were mistaken identity. The Grey Nurse is now protected in most States in Australia. The Great White is the largest and has a high percentage of fatal attacks. The Bull shark is responsible for a lot of attacks on swimmers and people in shallow water. F...
  • Great White And Tiger Shark
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    SHARKS There are more that 250 species of sharks, ranging from the harmless whale shark to the ferocious great white. I will describe the feeding habits and localities of the three greatly known to mankind: the great white shark (Carcharodon Carcharias), the tiger shark (Galeocerdo Cuvier i), and the bull shark (Carcharhinus Leucas). The great white shark, known as Car chardon Carcharias, feeds regularly on marine mammals, such as seals, sea lions, otters, dolphins, and whales. Samuel Gruber in ...
  • White's Son
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    Dombroski 1 Lisa DombroskiProf. Harrison English 10118 September 2000 Footsteps of Time E.B. White's essay, Once More to the Lake demonstrate his own security in consistency from growing up on into adulthood. White begins to set the stage mid way through the first paragraph, mentioning that he and his father 'returned [to the lake] summer after summer- always on August 1 for one month' followed up by the fact that 'has since become a salt-water man,' longing to one day return to the 'holy spot. ...
  • Essay Speech To The Missionaries Red Jacket
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    When the puritans came to America, they were greeted by Native Americans who were empathetic and understanding of their reasons for leaving the strict religious scheme outlined by their society in Europe. The Native Americans were fearless of their visitors until they decided to ravish them of the land that they had inhabited for hundreds of years. The white trash had sleazily driven them acre by acre to the point of living off scarcely enough land to survive. Despite this mayhem, a Native Ameri...
  • The Whale Moby Dick
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    The Characters and Plot There are numerous characters in Moby Dick, but only a few of them have any impact on the story. A common sailor named Ishmael is the narrator. The book, however, focuses on Captain Ahab, the one-legged commander of the whaling ship Pequod. Ahab has sworn to kill the gigantic whale Moby Dick, who took away his leg. Starbuck is the first mate of the Pequod. Queequeg, Tash tego, and Dag goo are the three harpooners. The story begins with Ishmael becoming restless. He decide...
  • White Buffalo Calf Womans Prophecies
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    The Lakota Sioux Indians of the Great Plains possess rich religious traditions which are tied closely to the Earth. Though the relegation of these people to reservations amid the environmental disasters of American development has resulted in the near destruction of an ancient culture, some Lakota Sioux continue to fight for the preservation of their sacred lands animals, civil rights, and way of life. The seven original bands of the Great Sioux Nation were joined in an alliance called the Seven...

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