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  • Descriptive Writing On A Coral Reef

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    February was deep into Summer and the water was bright blue, the beautiful colour of the sky. The animals’ moods could not be down today. The fish in the Ocean were playing tag, the dolphins were dancing and the turtles were singing in the reef. The centre of the reef, which was beautiful, vibrant and teeming with life. Two towering magnificent coral is see able from kilometres around. The knowledgeable turtle even said he saw the corals from the other end of the reef while teaching his hatchlings

  • Personal Narrative Essay : My Favorite Fishing Day

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    My Favorite Fishing Day It was about six o'clock in the morning when my grandfather comes in to wake me up and said time to get ready and come get some breakfast. I had coffee and toast like I do every morning I spend with him. My dad was already up and packed our lunch and a cooler full of drinks. At 6:40 we went to the bait shop where our charter captain's boat is at. It was a warm morning off the start and the sound was a little rough but I knew we were still going and were going to make it a

  • Hammerhead Sharks Essay

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    feared sea animals. They live in oceans across the world but are most common in tropical waters. There are over three hundred fifty species of sharks. They can be broadly categorized into the following four groups: Squalomorphii, Squatinomorphii, Batoidea, and Galeomorphii. The shark family Sphyrnidae that includes the Hammerheads are part of the Galeomorphic classification. They are probably the most easily recognizable of all the sharks. The Hammerheads are among the strangest looking sharks. As

  • Elasmobranchs are a Subclass Chondrichthyes that are Classified as Carilaginous Fish

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    as the Cartilaginous fishes. Aside from the Elasmobranchs, this class has another subclass named Holocephali which is comprised of the chimaera. The Elasmobranchs are comprised of sharks (Selachii) and the rays and the similarly structured skates (Batoidea) Van-Eyl, S. M., Siebeck, U. E., Champ, C. M., Marshal, J., & Hart, N. S. (2011). There have been fossils of sharks found dating about 400 million years and while there is much data that points to diversification throughout the millennia, skates