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    Common and Scientific Name of Species: The Burmese Python is commonly known as the Python Molurus Bivittatus (Reed). Physical Characteristics: Burmese python’s grow rapidly, are excellent tree climbers when young, and are known as one of the largest snakes on Earth. “They are also excellent swimmers, and can stay submerged for up to 30 minutes before surfacing for air (National Geographic).” On average, they can reach up to lengths of 23 feet, and a weight of 200 pounds; they also have a large diameter

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    Have you ever heard of a Burmese Python? The Burmese python is a magnificent and powerful animal. These snakes do not have venom, but they catch their prey and squeeze very hard. The Burmese python is twenty-three feet and can weigh up to two hundred pounds. Chemical receptors in their tongues and heat sensors along the jaws compensate for their poor eyesight and allow them to hunt in the dark. To kill their pray, they first grasp it with their back-curving teeth. When the animal tries to pull away

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    Burmese Pythons Taking over with no natural predator, the Burmese Python. These very large pythons have been effecting our Everglades drastically. Once native to the swampy marshes of Southeast Asia, these snakes are now migrating over to Florida. Being so large and having no natural predator, they have really made a strong change in our Florida wildlife. These dangerous pythons have altered the population of animals in the Everglades by so much that people are beginning to worry about what will

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    It seems there isn't much on the net about Burmese Days that one can look over when getting ready to write an essay. I have provided one I wrote that is about 2 1/2 pages long and outlines some basic themes as well as analyzes the main character. Tell me what you guys think: Burmese Days by George Orwell is not a book that commonly comes to mind when one thinks '"'Orwell'"' but nevertheless it holds a distinguished place in his career as a writer. The novel revolves around the lives of a handful

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    What are Burmese Pythons? Some may think that these are just like any other snakes roaming around in the forest. This is absolutely not true. Burmese Pythons are giant eating machines that are causing huge problems in the Everglades. They are wiping out many native species in the Everglades, so Florida’s government is sponsoring a Python Hunt to reduce the number of Pythons in the Everglades. Burmese Pythons are amazing but invasive species, which are giant killer snakes that can swallow animals

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    ears to a duel between an alligator and a huge Burmese Python. The alligator clamped his jaws around the snake. The snake wrapped its body around the alligator. The tourists

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    Burmese Days: An Example of Imperialism Nineteenth century industrialization brought new riches and power to Western Europe, driving the expansion of opportunities and the building of empires in undeveloped territories. Although the developed countries brought many modern technologies to under-developed nations, they also brought fierce racism and European arrogance. Burmese Days by George Orwell was written in 1834 as a satirical view of English imperial life in Burma. Orwell provides a realistic

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    “In India you are not judged for what you do, but for what you are.” With this one sentence author George Orwell depicts colonialism and racism in the novel perfectly. Burmese Days by George Orwell tells the tale of white Englishmen, and women, ruling over the native Indian population during the early 20th century. This was during an era of colonialization in which native Indians had next to no rights and all laws were made by the British in power. This created tension on both sides and racism

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    Book Report on George Orwell's Burmese Days The book “Burmese Days” was written by George Orwell and published first in 1934. Orwell took the inspiration for this first novel of his from the experiences he gained during his service as an imperial police officer in Burma in the late 1920s. There he was confronted with extreme forms of imperialism, causing racism and also chauvinism. These are also the main topics of the novel and although they are wrapped up in the story of a single man’s fate

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    Burmese Pythons Do you think pythons are scary? Well if you aren’t then you will be as soon as you finish this book. The Burmese pythons is a very long and wide animal. Yes, people has them as pets. But that dangerous to keep them. Those snakes size up and can possibly eat you. Just think what kind of effect it has on the everglades and the ecosystem. Although, the Everglades is a very special and cool place. But there are way too many pythons there and we need a way to get them out, because

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