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  • Herriot's Love Of Animals
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    In James Herriot's autobiographical book, If Only They Could Talk, we see that Herriot has many strong characteristics which help him through his tough, and oftentimes demanding, career. He has a vast knowledge of his practice, as well as his employer and friend, Seigfried Farnon. Herriot has a great sense of humour, and is able to take embarrassment excellently. He also works well in strange, or uncomfortable situations. One of his strong character traits is his adaptability, he is very flexibl...
  • Tail Signals C Cats
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    Topic: Cats General Purpose / Goal: To inform Specific Purpose / Goal: I want my audience to understand three interesting things about Cats. Thesis Statement: Three interesting things to know about cats are their intelligence, tail signals and that they are territorial animals. INTRODUCTION I. Attention Getter: you see them every where you look, sometimes out playing or other times in a house. II. Preview Statement: I am going to share three areas of information about cats. A. Cats are very inte...
  • Orwell's Novel Animal Farm
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    ANIMAL FARM by George Orwell George Orwell's novel Animal Farm does an excellent job of drawing parallels from the situation leading up to the Russian Revolution of 1917. Animal Farm is a satire that uses its characters to symbolize leaders of the Russian Revolution. The animals of "Manor Farm", the setting of this novel, which symbolizes Russia, overthrow their human master after years of mistreatment. Led by the pigs, the farm animals continue to do their work, only with more pride, knowing th...
  • Mr Francis Macomber And Mrs Margaret Macomber
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    In the short story The Short and Happy Life of Francis Macomber, there are three main characters, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Francis Macomber, and Mrs. Margaret Macomber, who are on an African Safari together. There are also three animals repeatedly mentioned throughout the story, which each represents a main character. The animals are a lion, a buffalo, and an impala. Mr. Macomber, who is "very tall, very well built" and "considered handsome", is on a safari with his wife. While on the safari he goes and ...
  • Variety Of Animal And Plant Species
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    Deciduous forests are on of the 7 major Earth biomes. Deciduous forests are located in the eastern half of the United States, Canada, Europe, and parts of Russia, China, and Japan. They have rich soil, and a large diversity of animal and plant species. Starting in the fall leaves change color; then they fall to the ground for the winter, and in the spring bud and re-grow, starting the process over again. Through out the seasons, the temperature greatly varies. This biome has very cold winters an...
  • Puts People Below The Other Animals
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    Within his essay of The Damned Human Race, author Mark Twain powerfully declares that the human race is both flawed and corrupt, and that people actually should be classified as "lower animals" rather than the formerly known "higher animals". Twain does not hold claim to a Darwinian or creation standpoint, but rather draws conclusions from his own observations in performed experiments. He states that "man is the cruel animal", and that we can attribute this to his moral character. However, there...
  • Commandment The Animals
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    Animal Farm: The Animals' Bad Memories Almost all the animals had a very bad memory so they were not able to remember things of major significance. After a little while the pigs would mention the past and the animals would not remember what had happened so they would agree with the pigs. The the battle of cowshed, snowball was a animal in that battle but Neapolean said that that was not true that there memory had deceived them, that snowball was just trying to get them to trust him because he wa...
  • Trees The Koala
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    Marsupials The Koala Among the many different marsupials in the world, there is one that stands out and is recognized, not only for its looks, but also for the hardships that it deals with in being a koala. The koala originated in Australia, and was discovered by trappers around the time of 1798. Many rare and exotic animals have been found in Australia, because of its remoteness and isolation from most of the civilized world. Australia has been described as a huge ark, a giant lifeboat, cut off...
  • Grey Wolves
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    Scientific name -Kingdom-Animalia, Phylum- Chordate, Class- Mammilla, Order- Carnivorous, Family- Canada, Genus- Canis, Species- lupus Description -Canis lupus's' height ranges from about 21-38 inches and three and a half feet long. Their weight ranges from 20-172 pounds. It is one of the largest wolves in the world. They also range in color from pure white to near black. The gray wolves are a very intelligent animal and they learn quickly to avoid humans and there trap's. Grey wolves have a kee...
  • Animal Farm
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    ANIMAL FARM Animal Farm, a novel by George Orwell, was a story of courage and corrupt government. It was set on a farm in England. This setting is very important to the story itself and the characters in it. It made the plot a lot more interesting and influenced all the characters. This novel was about an angry community of common animals who revolted against not only their owner, but all humans. They form a government where the most intelligent pigs are in control. There are several rules made ...
  • Speaker To Animals By Nessus
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    Ringworld By Larry Niven This story has four main characters, they have been chosen by a race called the puppeteers to investigate a gigantic artifact. Nessus, Louis Wu, Teela Brown, and Speaker-to-Animals are the ones chosen to do it, each of them because of particular qualities: Nessus for his insanity, Louis Wu because he has survived an adventurous life for 200 years, Teela Brown because of her luck, and Speaker-to-Animals because of his combination of strength, ferocity, and relative reason...
  • Foolish Boy
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    The Facts of Eating PooP Have you ever wondered what it would do to you if you ever ate your poop or someone else's. Chances are you will die a day or two after eating poop. According to the national scientists organization where they test on collage students who are looking for quick money say that after their first thirteen sets of tests they began to realize that their test subjects also referred as human lab mice say that eating poop has a very negative effect on your body. The effects range...
  • Very Interesting Animal
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    Cheetah (Acinonyx Juba tus) I chose to do my television project on the cheetah which I saw on the Discovery Channel. Although I knew some interesting characteristics on the cheetah, I did happen to discover some facts I did not know. Those of which are written in the rest of the paper along with some facts I thought were pretty cool. The cheetah is an endangered species and has been for quit some time. This is mainly due to poachers who hunt and kill this animal for it's illustrious fur of diffe...
  • Animal Farm And 1984
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    The Political allegory of George Orwell's 1984 In 1984, by George Orwell, the reader sees a primary theme of political allegory and satire. Orwell is presenting the world of 1984 as a satiric statement of what might come to pass, though of course its exact form could never be predicted, if the world did not become aware of the terrible problems facing it, not in 1984, but here and now. Orwell wrote the novel not as a prediction, but as a warning. He believed that in many ways society was regress...
  • Animal Farm For Example
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    Although the two books The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan and Animal Farm by George Orwell are very different in content and what they represent they are very alike in the techniques used by the authors. Both authors use the technique of Allegory with symbolism to make their books powerful and interesting to read. Allegory is a form of narrative expression used by many authors, it conveys a symbolic meaning parallel to but also distinct from the literal meaning. Animal Farm has an allegorical...
  • Plants And Many Other Protected Areas Piranhas
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    I am doing my Biome report on an animal known as an piranha. Piranhas are very interesting animals and I am going to tell you about what I have learned about the animal that lives in the amazon river. The Piranha is the Amazon Rivers most famous resident. Piranhas are an meat eating fish with razor sharp teeth that are capable or tearing through and or into fish. In certain seasons The Amazon Rivers banks may over flow causing many injured animals that may be bleeding to fall in to the river. If...
  • Prolific Manga And Anime Artists
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    Kristy Valeria no Richard Zimmer Visual Communications Art 140 Graphic Artist / Designer Osamu Tezuka Heralded by many as the "God of Manga", Tezuka Osamu was one of Japan's most cherished and prolific manga and anime artists. He has been described as the "Japanese Walt Disney". He, perhaps more than any other artist, was responsible for the very characteristic "puppy-dog eyes" which has become a trademark of Japanese animation. Dr. Tezuka did receive his medical degree from Osaka University in ...
  • Abuse Of Power In Animal Farm
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    Abuse of power, and hypocracy in animal farm Animal farm is a book mainly about abuse of power, and hypocracy. It shows how the animals are manipulated to believe anything they are told. And do anything they are told. Abuse of power is when someone takes charge and uses there power when they shouldn't. for example when the animals were over looking the commandments they thought the fifth commandment had said "no animal shall drink alcohol" (113). This shows how the animals learned one thing in t...
  • Cruelty Towards Animals
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    Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen, I am (your name) and I am here to speak about a problem, which is very conspicuous in India; and that is Cruelty towards Animals. It is not every day that you hear people talking about this rather low priority subject. After all who is bothered about animals when there are so many problems being faced by humans? But I am one of those, whose heart cries silently whenever I see an animal suffering. I also know that the only way I can help is by creating awareness...
  • Evolution Of Animals
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    The Evolution of Complexity: by Means of Selection was written by author John T. Bonner. Princeton University Press in Princeton New Jersey published the 260-word book in 1988. In this book, Bonner tries to answer the question of why there has been an increase in size and an increase in complexity over time, and what is the relation of genes, the environment, development, and behavior to the innovations that have occurred over the last three billion years. Also he states that from the very begin...

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