The red tails were flowen by black guys during world war II. The program aims at training "colored personnel" to become fighter pilots for the Army. they fought against the Nazis in the war and won the war but at first they were getting handy down planes that were all beat up. The black people helped support bombers on the way to berlin and back. One of them got captured by the Nazis but got away from prison and someone that was in prison with him told his commander that he did not make it but after awhile he came back to the base and suprised everyone. The 332nd Fighter group was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for its' longest bomber escort mission to Berlin, Germany on March 24, 1945. They were called the Tuskegee airmen. The Tuskegee Airmen were dedicated, determined young men who volunteered to become America's first Black military airmen.
Did you know that the Diamondback Rattlesnake is the longest venomous snake in North America? The Diamondback rattlesnake can reach up to eight feet in length. The snake also the largest of the rattlesnake species and is part of the pit viper family. The Diamondback Rattlesnakes environment, behavior, and physical traits make it very different from other dangerous snakes.
A door to the beginning of her outcome is all that divides Connie in, “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” from Arnold Friend, the devilish predator. Symbolism takes a big part in this story that gives a deeper meaning to Connie’s choices that ultimately extent to giving herself to Arnold. The author, Joyce Carol Oates in the short story, “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” represents Arnold Friend as the real world by being challenging and malicious, and Connie as the innocent world by being defenseless and naive.
H.W. Brands' book was a pretty solid read. It provided a different outlook on the Cold War, as it sought to show that it was not merely an American victory over "communism" and the Russians. There was far more to the Cold War than most Americans would care to admit, but Brands puts it out there for the reader to take in.
However, on one day filled of discord at the workplace, Tom blew a fuse while arguing with customers. Tom yelled blatant and angrily, “May the devil take me if I’ve made even a penny of you people!” Suddenly, there were 3 heartbreaking knocks on the door and a black silhouette of man slowly walks in. Tom, in a panic, reaches for his Bible that is within his desk but freezes in place as the devil had already grabbed his shoulder. He turned around to see the devil in front of him, curved black horns were emerged from his head and his eyes were fiery. “Today is your resignation day, Tom” the devil said with a deep and ominous voice. He forced Tom out of the shop and into his black Rolls Royce with an all red interior. Tom’s belongings all turned to soot after the devil’s car drove out of sight. Tom was never to be heard of
850 trees will be affected, with almost half being cut down (I.8) and the remainder being pruned. Despite protests and activists fighting against the cutting of trees, the animals and birds who live in them, lost their homes. According to Transport NSW, (Appendix 4) no animals or birds were rescued or relocated from the 40 chopped trees on Alison Rd and Anzac Parade. The Government is not helping to save or move them, instead denying spotting any wildlife, despite individuals finding young possums at the bottoms of trees. Cutting down the trees, disadvantages society by clearing nature and their function of providing oxygen and homes to wildlife who were at risk of death. In contrast, Olympic Park, (I.9) has a range of diverse trees to entice natural
Clear cutting forests can be proven to be an unstable way of practising forestry as its long term affects to an environment target the climate, soil conservation, biodiversity and hydrological regimes. Depleting forest resources will be given strict and serious punishment as it affects society as a whole and not
Extinction: Most species become extinct because they can’t cope with the environmental change, and also because of introduced species that turned into competitors for
Why of course I have never been there but “A number of legends exist: that it is bottomless with powerful currents” Link This might explain why many people tell their kids not to touch the pond waters or even go next to the forest.
Texas Horned Lizards are named for the crown of horns found on their heads, the size and number of which changes between species. Even regularly called horned frogs, horny amphibians, or even horned toads due to their leveled bodies (their logical name Phrynosoma signifies "frog body"), they are not creatures of land and water like different frogs, but rather are reptiles with scales, hooks and youthful delivered ashore. They can make a stun barriers! It's horny appearance and color helps it to mix into inadequate vegetation. Its horns may make it less agreeable. It can also blow up itself to a bigger obvious size. At last, the horned reptile is eminent for its capacity to shoot a flood of blood from its eye. More than twelve unique types
A report from Recovering America’s Wildlife Crisis states, “More than 150 species have already gone extinct and about 40% of freshwater fish species are imperiled.” Animals are being killed off by the minute. Now the wildlife species are going to abolished from Earth.
This was sincerely the biggest eye opening independent film that I have ever seen. I know absolutely nothing about the Amish faith or people as I have never been exposed to them. Their strict way of life is backed by a very close knit family and strong religious beliefs. When teenagers in the Amish community turn sixteen they are free to explore the “English” world and they are exposed to everyday American life. Followers of the Amish religion believe that being exposed to the outside world is like being exposed to the Devil’s playground, hence the name of the film.
Devils are ferocious beasts and that is just what the Tasmanian devil is. The Tasmanian Devil is Australia's top predator and its icon animal. These creatures have developed a disease over the past 20 years called Devil Facial Tumor Disease. This causes large lumps of cancer on the face and neck. This is transferred from one to another with contacts such as a bite and once it has gone into the devils system they can die within 6 to 12 months.
ast week, my group and I were given various pieces of information about the Tasmanian Devil. We had the task of finding out exactly what had caused the scarring and marks on their faces; and could only use the information that was provided to us in folders.
On the Australian island of Tasmania it is home top predator. The Tasmanian devil has been one of the top predators for more than a century in Tasmania but within the last 20 years they have been attacked by a disease, that is threatening their existence. This deadly disease they have been given is called Devil Facial Tumor disease (DFTD).