Zoo Essay Examples

  • The Zoo Story

    690 words - 3 pages

    Edward Albee’s ‘The Zoo Story’ is a great American play, which takes place in a secluded corner within Central Park. The two characters converse on a bench, while one young man illustrates his fight against society and his figurative idea that the world we live in is a ‘zoo’. Albee uses the witty conversation and stage directions to show that everyone is affected by the emotions and thoughts of others. Jerry approaches a stranger, Peter, and converses about personal experience and information. Peter listens to all of Jerry’s stories, which lead up the surprising ending. One would argue though

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    Zoos Victoria Are Liable For The Neglect Of Their Animals

    848 words - 4 pages

    Are the Melbourne Zoo and the Healesville Sanctuary caring properly for the animals in their charge? Zoo’s Victoria, well respected for their high quality care of animals they accommodate, have been demanded for an explanation from the Victorian Government concerning allegations of abuse and neglect of animals at Healesville Sanctuary and the Melbourne Zoo. The Melbourne Zoo accommodates more than 300 species of animals from all over the world and the Healesville Sanctuary, close behind it, with more that 300 species of Australian wildlife. This means that the time allowed for each

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    Living Through Your Child In Two Kinds

    1150 words - 5 pages

    Living Through Your Child in “Two Kinds” The 20th Century short story “Two Kinds” by author Amy Tan tells about the life of a young Chinese girl and her family who immigrated to The Unites States. The young girl’s name is Jing Mei. Jing Mei’s mother always wanted the best for her. She wanted her daughter to become a prodigy at the age of nine. Jing Mei’s mother forces her to try different things that the mother wants her to do to become a prodigy. Tan uses the elements of, character and plot to reinforce the theme of living through your child. Jing Mei wanted to be herself and her mother, w

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    Siddhartha And Alchemist

    946 words - 4 pages

    True Beauty There comes a time in life when one forgets about all the negative influence he has encountered and realizes the beauty that has been there all along. In some ways I may never begin to fully understand the beauty of this world. I could have grown to a point where I felt my life was closed up and I just wanted to escape this town. My friends and I would call this town “Hicksville USA”, where there aint nothing to do! We sat around complaining that our small town of Nevada City was nothing but old, slow, crazy people who had nothing to do. We watched movies seeing kids our age

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    Fictional Story That Mimics Brave New World

    2620 words - 11 pages

    What is that infernal noise? It’s so quiet yet so irritatingly loud at the same time. I didn’t think trees were supposed to make sounds as they made oxygen. Oh yeah...these artificial crimson trees aren’t exactly the best things to stand next to when you want a little peace and quiet. Man, it gets me down to think that “The Powerful” outlawed such beautiful things as flowers, trees, grass, and leaves. Well, the real kind anyway. On a day like this, those things would definitely brighten my mood as well as the weather. Around here it’s always so dreary, damp, and a little stale. All these plas

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    Environmental Problems

    597 words - 3 pages

    Natural Resources Must be Managed Properly Arguments abound both for and against the salvaging of brush and dead trees from burned forests. Some state that removal of dead material limits the forest's ability to regenerate after a fire; other say that leaving these materials in place creates optimal conditions for yet more forest fires. Say Richard W. Guldin and H. Fred Kaiser of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, "Forest managers have to consider the desires of hikers, loggers, hunters, scientists, and environmentalists as well as the citizens who rely on cheap wood and pap

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    Fre Wilson

    369 words - 2 pages

    Fred Wilson I consider Fred Wilson to be one of my favorite Artists. He was born in the Bronx, New York in 1954, and lives and works in New York. He was known for his creativities in art. Thus, Wilson creates new exhibition contexts for the display of art and artifacts found in museum collections, along with wall labels, sound, lighting, and non-traditional pairings of objects. His installations lead viewers to recognize that changes in context create changes in meaning. He received a MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant in 1999 and the Larry Aldrich Foundation Award in 2003. Wilso

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    296 words - 2 pages

    Some zoos also take in abandoned animals that wouldn't otherwise have a home. Both the Baltimore Zoo and the Detroit Zoo have taken in polar bears rescued from a traveling circus, and the Bronx Zoo took in an orphaned snow leopard from Pakistan in 2007. The cub, Leo, now spends his time frolicking and chasing small animals that wander into his enclosure [source: Majkowski]. And although zoo animals aren't treated quite like guests at a four-star hotel, their care has improved tremendously. Zookeepers now understand that many animals, such as monkeys, bears and elephants, need engaging activit

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    White Tiger Case Study

    1344 words - 6 pages

    White Tiger Case-Study Surprising to most people, the only way that white tigers are produced is through genetic manipulation and severe inbreeding done by humans. This results in many deformities and defects in all of the white tigers that are put through this unethical process. The myth of there being a rare White Bengal Tiger is just an illusion or an excuse that people use to delude the public into thinking that these tigers are an endangered species and need to be preserved for future generations to come (Baskin 1). In reality the people who breed the tigers are using them for ente

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    I Don T Have Any Paper

    518 words - 3 pages

    Animal welfare officers yesterday urged zoos to phase out keeping elephants, after two damning reports found the animals suffer serious health problems and die much younger in captivity. Elephants born and raised in zoos live less than half as long as those living in their native Africa and Asia, despite being protected from predators and having better care, according to one of the reports. Many of the deaths are thought to be linked to obesity, because the animals are well fed but get very little exercise in their small enclosures. Scientists also blamed high stress levels, which the an

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    Red Panda

    798 words - 4 pages

    Red Panda The Red Panda can be kind of a strange name for something that isn’t even from the Ursidae (bear) family. It may also prove strange that the scientific name of this animal, Ailurus fulgens, means “shining cat” because this creature is also not a feline. Whatever a Red Panda may be it is for one thing a very intriguing species of animal. Whether it be the geographical location and habitat, physical description, feeding behaviors, or mating customs the Red Panda is truly incredible. The Red Panda is endemic (specifically found) in the Himalayas, southern China, India, Laos, Ne

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    Best Place To Take A Date

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    Nicky Patcha Mr. Bosley English 11 5/13/07 The Best Place to Take a Date Central Park- New York City E. 59th Street & 5th Avenue The best place to take a date is Central Park in New York City. It offers a rich variety of activities to entertain, educate and amaze not only you and your date, but its millions of visitors. The hundreds of fascinating attractions, facilities and concerts are only matched by the incredible landscape. There is no worry about anyone ruining your privacy for there are endless amounts of places you can wander off to. The main reason for going however wou

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    Development And Personality On Skipper From Madagascar 2

    2477 words - 10 pages

    1. According to Maslow, Skipper is on the love and belongingness level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs. Skipper is so in desperate need of love that he falls in love with a hula dancer doll to fulfill his love need. Skipper need to fulfill his love need because according to Roger, his environment at the zoo made him want to fall in love. At the zoo, Skipper was able to find love because at the zoo there were only male penguins. Skipper is a male and he refuses to fall in love with another male penguin, so he instead loves a hula dancer doll that he eventually marries at the end of the mov

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    RUNNING HEADER: FINANCIAL RATIO ANALYSIS PAPER Financial Ratio Analysis Paper MBA 540 Week Three Assignment MBA 540: Maximizing Shareholder Wealth Financial Ratio Analysis In the following paper we will be examining the four companies presented in the scenario; in doing so we will be conducting a financial analysis of organizations, in order to decide who will be the best candidate for becoming an acquirer. We will be utilizing ratios to conduct this research; the ratios will facilitate the examinations of cash positions, liquidity, leverage, profitability,

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    The Zoo

    5587 words - 23 pages

    Introduction Many people who are well into their adulthood will certainly remember going to zoo when they were children. In the old versions, the zoos relied on many of their displays, consisting of cages and cement enclosures with wild animals inside. In addition, these zoos often had fenced-in fields for some of the larger animals such as giraffes and zebras, which gave zoos an appearance that was quite similar to the family farms. There are some zoos, which still fit in these categories of trapping animals and exhibiting them in artificial environments. But this has faced a change in th

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    Zoo Paper

    3291 words - 14 pages

    1. Strength of arguments An argument is a “reasoned response to a disagreement, to a controversy, to a problem” that contains “a set of statements about the world that fit together in such a way as to be both logically and practically compelling.” In my opinion, Amanda has done a good job in elaborating her arguments. All of the arguments are totally relevant to the issue addressed on this paper – whether or not zoos serve their purposes of conserving animals from extinction. Here are the major arguments that I found on this paper: • Zoos deprive these animals of their freedom to live th

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    273 words - 2 pages

    Laura is associated with her glass figurines. She is very protective of them. She lives in a world of pretty glass. To further understand the relevancy of this, we ask ourselves, is it practical to own glass figurines in her class of society? Perhaps not. The Wingfeild’s don’t have a lot of money, and certainly Laura could find something more productive to do with her time than to play with her glass figurines. However, the fact that these are so important to her and that she caters to this unrealistic world--one in which no time or money limitations exist, gives a sense of illusion. Instead o

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    The Zoo Story

    1215 words - 5 pages

    The Zoo Story Two men run into each other at Central Park, trade information, and one dies. As tedious as this concept may seem, The Zoo Story by Edward Albee was chosen as one of the best plays of the 1960-61 seasons by Foreign Press Association (Amacher, Richard E). Edward Albee was born Edward Harvey in Washington, D.C or Virgina on March 12, 1928 . He was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Reed Albee and then moved to Larchmark, New York two weeks later. Edward Albee family dealing has exposed him to the theater at an early age and developed a zealous love for the arts, but his adoptive parents di

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    Bobby Light

    658 words - 3 pages

    The Greatest Impact “You’re going to learn something.” my mother said as we got on the plane to head to the Philippines. I didn’t believe her because I was spoiled growing up. I was nine years old and I was raised in San Diego. I didn’t see much outside of San Diego, so I was blinded by what was going on across the world. I took things for granted, such as the weather, my house, and food. Philippines was a place that changed my life forever. Once my mother and I got to the Philippines, I told her, “This airport is just as nice as the one in the states.” She said, “Wait till you get out.” T

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    “Institutional aggression” is a term which refers to the aggressive behaviour portrayed by groups sharing a common identity and aims, as a ploy to achieve personal or collective goals. This can range from physical abuse to acts designed to destroy national, racial or religious groups. Two explanations of this type of aggression are shown via The Importation and the Deprivation Models. The Importation Model was derived by Irwin and Cressey in 1962. It states that inmates, who enter prison with certain characteristics such as abnormal values, bad attitudes and a violent/aggressive personality,

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    Benefits Of Zoological Parks

    2183 words - 9 pages

    Human/animal activities Zoological Parks Benefits to humans In answer to this question, research has often focused on visitor’s self-reported motivations for a trip to the zoo. A survey at the San Francisco zoo found that the most commonly cited reasons were to entertain children, have fun, and interact with the animals (Morey, 1993, 1). When the public are asked what they consider the pivotal role of zoos however, they primarily cite education, specifically for children (Hill, & Knowlton, 1987, 1). An important part of the educational role of zoos is to provide opportunities for human

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    562 words - 3 pages

    My Hero Dr. Jean Grey Hero- to me a hero is someone who is always there, basically a fall back someone you call when you are stuck some where at 3 in the morning and they'll be there to pick you up. My hero is myself. I'm like no other girl you met, I was never a normal kid, I'm not even your usual teenager. I've always been told I'm very mature for my age. my childhood was not normal I learned never to trust no one but yourslef. And I tend to keep things bottled up, but when I let my feelings out I'm a whole differnt me. I consider my slef a hero because of my indepence le

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    Lost At The Zoo

    734 words - 3 pages

    Lost at the Zoo Did you have a favorite animal when you were little? I did. It was the white tiger. But my love for this animal caused me to have one of the scariest times of my life. It was the day before Easter in 1999. Me, my mom, and dad were heading to my grandparents house in Indiana. We got there right before my cousins got there. We always spend Easter together. My cousins and I played a lot but all my cousins are older than me. We still had fun though. They went home later that night. Shortly after they left, it was time for me to go to bed. My mom brought me to bed, read me a

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    Steve Irwin

    397 words - 2 pages

    Stephen Robert Irwin was born to Lyn and Bob Irwin on 22 February, 1962, in upper Fern Tree Gully, Victoria. He moved with his parents and two sisters to Beerwah, Queensland, where his folks opened the Beerwah Reptile and Fauna Park in 1970. Steve grew up loving all wildlife, especially reptiles. He caught his first venomous snake (a Common Brown) at the tender age of six and would often arrive late to school after convincing his mother to pull over so he could rescue a lizard off the road. By the time he was nine-years-old, he was helping his dad catch small problem crocodiles hanging a

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    828 words - 4 pages

    Thomas Nguyen 4/7/10 P.5 Mr. Brennan Should animals be kept in zoos? Millions of people from children to adults alike visit zoos every year. Chances are you have also been taken to a zoo when you were young. Though for me, growing up brought me to more of a realization of how the word works and how it’s not that jolly wonderful land that all toddlers imagine. Imagining zoos now, I no longer see a happy environment with monkeys swinging on tree branches and tiger cubs playing with their siblings. I feel zoos are in it for the money instead of the animals. Then again, many zoos claim to h

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    English Paper 2

    2286 words - 10 pages

    • This paper is divided into two sections, Section I COMPREHENDING and Section II COMPOSING. • The paper contains three texts on the general theme of DECISIONS. • Candidates should familiarise themselves with each of the texts before beginning their answers. • Both sections of this paper (COMPREHENDING and COMPOSING) must be attempted. • Each section carries 100 marks. SECTION I – COMPREHENDING • Two Questions, A and B, follow each text. • Candidates must answer a Question A on one text and a Question B on a different text. Candidates must answer only one Question A and only

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    This I Believe

    507 words - 3 pages

    This I Believe Speech I was the typical, curious, and adventurous child that enjoyed playing with creepy, crawly insects and hikes to the creek. I loved to observe the natural world and wonder about the miracle of life. Today I still catch myself in reveries about the beauty of even the smallest unicellular organisms, and I love to think about the millions of years of evolution that sculpted it. Every organism is a piece of art by Nature. Humans have been called the parasites of the Earth. While I don’t exactly agree with that, I do believe that our greed makes us rather careless. W

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    Life Of Pi

    323 words - 2 pages

    After reading Life of Pi, one is left with the unanswered question about which story is true? It isn’t always easy to recognize the difference between what is fiction and what is reality, and the author leaves the reader to decide the truth on their own. In the first story Pi Patel survives at sea in a life boat with many animals from his father’s zoo and a 450 pound Bengal tiger that disappears after reaching land. In the second story he was actually in the life boat with the cook, his mother and a sailor where the characters were changed to animals to help him cope with his loss. Various occ

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    Banning Smoking

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    Jose Arambula Instructor Mendoza English 2 4 Aprils, 2011 Banning will not help Through out time America has made attempts on restricting the way Americans live and what Americans can consume. Take in consideration the prohibition of alcohol in the early century which caused lots of problems and unhappiness in the country. Tobacco products should not be banned because it will just bring more problems than actual solutions. Banning tobacco will raise conflicts among society that can hurt not only socially but economically as well. Just as Joe Jackson, musician and author of several

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    History Of Illinois

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    Illinois Intro Illinois is a beautiful state filled with prairies. It lies in the middle of the continental U.S. One unusual fact would be that in 1763, the French and Indian war was fought in Illinois. A couple of states that are adjacent to Illinois are Wisconsin, Kentucky, and Indiana. Physical Geography The geography of Illinois is very interesting. One famous landform here is the Charles Mound. It is 1,235 feet tall (376 meters.) Did you know the Mississippi river crosses through Illinois? The Ohio River flows along the

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    1681 words - 7 pages

    TeluguPeople 10 Glorious Years Home News Entertainment Business Activity NRI Videos Classifieds Groups Discussion Galleries Blogs Chat Help Videos Cinema Gallery News in Pix Fashion / Masti Sports Travel / Leisure Prema Kavali 100 days function News in pictures - June 2011 Priya & Richa on Ramp Stills India - New Zealand Test Match NYC and Las Vegas from above, at night * Articles * Home * Post an Article * Categories * Albums * Almanac * Arts and Culture * Astrolog

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    Conservation Of A Species

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    Kimberly F. Bates March 6, 2011 BIO 100L Shannon Corona Conservation of a Species Siberian tigers are near extinction due to the killing of them for medicinal purposes, along with the use of the fur. One third of the population was killed in 1991, even though the practice in now unlawful (Tigers in Crisis, 2009). These tigers are being killed by human poachers and it is wrong. The poachers earn big money for these tigers which give them more ambition to go out and kill them off like they do. We will discuss ways to help these and other animals to thrive and begin to repopulate. Humans

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    Akroon Zoo

    574 words - 3 pages

    During the late 1970s, the decline in Akron's tire industry, inflation, and changes in governmental priorities almost resulted in the permanent closing of the Akron Children's Zoo. Lagging attendance and a low level of memberships did not help matters. Faced with uncertain prospects of continuing, the city of Akron opted out of the zoo business. In response, the Akron Zoological park was organized as a corporation to contract with the city to operate the zoo. The Akron Zoological Park is an independent organization that manages the Akron Children's Zoo for the city. To be successful, the zoo m

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    909 words - 4 pages

    You did this, now that happened. You didn’t do this, now that happened. All you should of done was this but you didn’t so this happened. That is how the story is in a way. It’s sort of like a chain reaction. Everything was relating to each other in one way or the other. Whether it be the boy and the bear, father and the bear, the rabbits, deer, and chipmunks. There was a relationship between those characters that was included as well. The story begins with a bear walking through the woods. It describes his stride and the motions that he does. He encounters some animals along the way such

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    Animal Farm Questions

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    1. What is Animalism? How is it similar to Socialism? Find quotes to help support your answers. Animalism is the concept that all animals are in charge of their own work. Animalism is the concept that all animals are equal and humans are the only enemies to animals. 2. Is Animalism ever achieved? If so, for how long? What goes wrong? Give examples from the story. Animalism is achieved during the beginning of the revolution until Napoleon takes charge and becomes the dictator of Animal Farm. 3. Find quotes from the novel that reveals how Napoleon goes from acting out of the group

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    Tigers Of India

    891 words - 4 pages

    The tiger is national animal of India an incredible sight. With its orange hide marked with dark stripes, its white underbelly, long tail, huge paws and fearsome teeth, the Royal Bengal Tiger of India is justifiably called the "King of the Jungle." It is the largest of the Big Cats. There are several subspecies of Tiger of which the Siberian Tiger is the largest. Royal Bengal Tiger, Tiger in Incredible India, Tiger in India, India Tiger Wildlife Zoological name: Panthera tigris tigris Range: The Royal Bengal Tiger is found in the wild across India in protected forests, and in Nepal, Bhu

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    Discriptive Essay

    728 words - 3 pages

    The Zoo It was my friend’s birthday, and to surprise him, I took him to the zoo. Many would wonder why the zoo. My friend is a spontaneous and likes adventure. I knew that this would make his day. Although the zoo seemed empty; life of the animals kept us entertained. God has created a huge amount of animals and they all serve a purpose in their own special way when we arrived at the zoo, it was so quiet anyone could a very low voice such as pin drop. As we approached the first exhibit, which seemed to be an abandoned house, there we spotted a black and brown rope. But the funny thing was,

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    Unraveling The Mysteries Of Human Behavior

    2635 words - 11 pages

    Unraveling the Mysteries of Human Behavior—Examining the Link Between Primates and Humans While observing the primates at the San Francisco Zoo, one question kept haunting me. Are we really that different? The physical similarities are quite obvious—from their dexterous hands and similar body type to their humanlike expressive faces; even children can see that they resemble us. Many will argue that our complex brains, use of language, and the ability to walk upright are a few of the differences that separate us from primates, but while observing the gorillas and chimps, I saw many of th

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    The Socioeconomic Society In Todays Zooss

    5226 words - 21 pages

    A zoological garden, zoological park, menagerie, or zoo is a facility in which animals are confined within enclosures, displayed to the public, and in which they may also be bred. The term zoological garden refers to zoology, the study of animals, a term deriving from the Greek z?on (????, "animal") and lógos (?ó???, "study"). The abbreviation "zoo" was first used of the London Zoological Gardens, which opened for scientific study in 1828 and to the public in 1847.[1] The number of major animal collections open to the public around the world now exceeds 1,000, around 80 percent of them in c

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    Animals In Zoos

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    Animals in Zoos. Zoos are public parks which display animals, generally for relaxation and education. They are an unsuitable environment for wild animals and many people say that they should be canceled, but in fact zoos have some advantages too. Zoos have advantages for humans. All little children know different kinds of animals from zoos because they learn how animals look like and what sounds they make. Scientific researches are made on animals in zoos; it is easier for scientists to investigate animals in zoos than to travel to the wild. It is easier for people to protect animals in

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    English Essay

    360 words - 2 pages

    Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? A zoo has no useful purpose. Use specific reasons and examples to explain your answer. I think that the question about whether a zoo has no useful purpose is the one that is open for debate. It is a topical question nowadays. Some people believe that a zoo has an essential and cognitive purpose. However, other people believe that a zoo has no useful purpose and people should observe wild animals in their nature. Personally, I think that both options have their advantages. In the following paragraphs I will analyze these points and prese

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    My New Family

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    Description of Giant Panda Pandas live in mountains regions in central China: Tibet and Sichuan. Since the second part of 20th century, pandas became a national emblem of China. Giant Panda refer to bear’s family. Giant Pandas are white with patches around eyes and big black paws. Shirt hind legs have claws. In length Pandas are 1.2-1.5 meters and weights from 30 till 160 kilos. It has evolved very thick fur, which helps them to alive in cold mountain air. Pandas lives in little family groups and spend their day eating bamboos. Despite the fact that pandas are wild animals, in most they eat

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    Book Paper

    509 words - 3 pages

    Jennings makes the zoo his refuge because the zoo was a safe place for him and the animals were also caged. I say this because, Jennings felt caged so theoretically Jennings was like the animals and he felt close to them because of that. Jennings was scared when he ran away at first but for some reason he felt safe in the one place where there were a lot of people around. I think Jennings thought it was a good idea to stay at the zoo for the fact that it was the one place that he could let his feelings show. What makes the zoo safe is that he thought no one would be able to find him and t

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    Zoo And Technical Drawing

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    As we all know, humans have always looked to nature for inspiration to solve problems. Knowing this, on April 20th, we went to “Dar?ca Zoo-Garden” with our technical drawing class. Our aim was to take inspiration from the nature, the animals, for our project that we will prepare for this course. As a whole, we can call this project study as ‘bio-inspiration’ or ‘biomimicry’ which has a definition like this: “Biomimicry or biomimetics is the examination of nature, its models, systems, processes, and elements to emulate or take inspiration from in order to solve human problems”. The term biomim

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    348 words - 2 pages

    Zoos are an unsuitable environment for wild animals and should, therefore, be abolished. Firstly, zoo animals are kept in a very confined area compared with their vast natural habitat. Secondly, breeding programmes are far less successful than zoos claim. Thirdly, zoo animals are exposed to many diseases and other dangers. Zoo animals are usually kept in very cramped enclosures and do not behave like their wild counterparts. Polar bears, for example, are given about 10 metres of walking space whereas in their Arctic home they roam for many hundreds of kilometres. Similarly, primates, big ca

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    San Diego California

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    San Diego - Description, Challenges and Proposals: San Diego California Susan Pearson June 30, 2007 Professor Ricardo Jordan Final Paper San Diego - Description, Challenges and Proposals: San Diego California San Diego San Diego is an amazing and beautiful city. San Diego’s future is based on the quality of its governance and direction of its growth. This paper discusses the city of San Diego (metropolitan area); however, the San Diego region is composed of 19 jurisdictions. This paper discusses “The City” of San Diego and its growth patterns, demographics

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    Cesar Chavez

    263 words - 2 pages

    It was spring break my aunt from Mazatlan come down to san diego to visit my famiy.so my aunt came we too her to see the city, we took her to sea world , zoo, down town, old town, and balboa museum. She really liked the city and the weather,so she came down here for 1 week , so when it was the day her airplane was going to fly out to Mazatlan I decided to go whit her for a two week vacation. So I got my bags ready whit my close in their , so my dad took us to the airport he said bye, so we finally got to Mazatlan it took 3 hours to get to Mazatlan , but it felt that it took along time. So

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    The Last Song

    1596 words - 7 pages

    Book Review I. The Trumpet Of The Swan II.Author/Biography Elwyn Brooks White (July 11, 1899 – October 1, 1985),[1] usually known as E. B. White, was an American writer. A long-time contributor to The New Yorker magazine, he also wrote many famous books for both adults and children, such as the popular Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little, and co-authored a widely used writing guide, The Elements of Style, popularly known by its authors' names, as "Strunk & White." White was born in Albany, New York, the youngest child of Samuel Johnson, a piano manufacturer, and Jessie Hart. He served in

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    Legal Brief For Zoos

    1771 words - 8 pages

    angry, dim human. Animal cruelty is rarely performed in zoos and aquariums anymore, and zoo keepers/specialists are incredible when handling/taking care of animals. How to argue against them: (…using all the evidence above) Something that might be hard to argue against (PROBABLY): Proof of the information, or the questioning of worthiness. Law(s) that apply to Point #1: U.S. Endangered Species Act (Law that ensures that endangered species—whilst other animals as well—are taken care of and nourished correct.) Law(s) that are against Point #1: Laws protecting wild animals (ex: Marine Mammal

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