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Long As The Porcupine Lives
445 wordsThe word porcupine comes from the Latin words "p orcus spina", meaning "pig spines". The porcupine is a slow-moving, peaceful rodent. They are also vegetarians and mostly nocturnal. Their scientific name, Erethizon, means to 'irritate with back. ' The Porcupine is the second largest of all rodents. It has a small head, large, chunky body with a high arching back and short legs. Its head and body are 25 to 40 inches long, with long, thick, muscular tail growing as long as 8 inches. It weighs from...
Centipede's Last Pair Of Legs
495 wordsDid you know that one species of centipede can be a foot long? Thankfully, this type only lives in South America. Centipedes are insect-like invertebrates. They are usually reddish-brown in color, but can range in color from yellow to dark brown. Depending on the species, are between 3 and 30 centimeters long. A centipede has one pair of legs on each of its body segments. The head is flattened, with a pair of long antennae. They have jaws containing poison glands on their first body segment, dir...
Skyler And Tizzie's Clone
1,164 wordsThe Experiment The Experiment was written based off the moral war between whether or no cloning is right. It involves three main people: Jude, Skyler and Tizzie. Jude is a newspaper reporter and has been dating Tizzie for quite awhile. Tizzie is a doctor who studies twins and the different types. Jude was doing a newspaper article and that was how he met Tizzie. He had to get information for the article and was told that Tizzie was the person to talk to when it came to twins. She happened to be ...
Walruses Live In The Arctic Region
444 wordsWALRUSES Walruses are one of the largest seals or related to the seal species living in the Arctic Circle. I researched the description, behavior, survival, and interesting facts that may come in handy. Walruses may have a social life but still be treacherous. The species of walruses can be gray, brown, or reddish depending on the weather. For example, when the sun is out and, stays out for a period of time they may be reddish. Walruses can weight 1,000-4,000 pounds. Walruses gain a lot of their...
463 wordsIt has been said that "Any Advance involves some loss". This is in fact true because life is a learning process, where if nothing is lost nothing is learned. Mistakes are made and people learn from them. In life things are lost but something will always come from it. There have been many events in history and in literature that prove this saying right. In order for they " re to be an advance, or for something to be gained there are costs of sacrifices to be made but in the end the result is usua...
Chekov's Use Of The Theme In Ivanov
1,458 wordsMarch 10, 1917. Bolshevik revolutionaries boldly stormed the palace of Nichol ous I in Moscow ending his reign and an era in Russian civilization with it. A pattern of destruction and upheaval of the old establishment followed with the systematic elimination of all properties, belongings, records and archives connected with the upper classes and aristocracy. Amid this time of revolutionary purification, a vast number of great Russian writers and artists were dragged from the ranks of nobility. B...
Act Britney Spears
458 wordsA long time ago North America was very different from the way it is today. There were no highways, cars, or cities. There were no schools, malls, or restaurants. But even long, long ago, there were still communities. A community is where a group of people work, live, and have fun together. People made their own homes, food, and clothing from the plants and animals they found around them. These first Americans descended, or came, from cave men in Asia. These were the first people to live in North...
571 wordsMaur its Cornelis Escher, also know as M.C. was born on June the seventeenth of 1898. He was born and raised in the Netherlands. This meaning that he was Dutch. His parent's names were Arnold and Sarah Escher. Eshcer's family always tried to Make him study to be a carpenter, but that wasn't for him. He was an artist at heart and that's all he could and would be. His parents finally acknowledged his artistic skills and gave him their blessings. He was a student at the School for Architecture and ...
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