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  • Enrichment In Zoos And Aquariums

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    Zoos and aquariums are some of the most fun and educational places to visit. However its rare to see just how much care and work goes into keeping animals happy and healthy. The number one goal for any zoo or aquarium should be the wellbeing of its inhabitants. With advancements in research on enrichment and 3d printing in veterinary care, this field is taking steps to provide animals with care even better than before. Enrichment is an incredibly important when it comes to overall health and wellbeing

  • The Snake - Original Writing

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    Once there was a snake. The snake was eaten by a giant lizard called a komodo dragon. His name was George but he though that name was dumb. So he spent a few days thinking of a new name. Then he settled for the name Komodo. Then he saw something that looked like another snake. The snake was moving behind him and was as long as he was. So he chased it but the snake kept following him. He chased it for 2 days before he remembered it was his tail. He bit it was how he remembered. Then he found a kangaroo

  • Dragons : Mythological Creature Or Reality?

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    an apex predator with the size, strength, and long, yellow forked tongue reminiscent of creatures of legendary tales (Freedman, 2008). The Komodo dragon is not just the world’s largest lizard, it is also one the of deadliest lizards on Earth (Freedman, 2008). The Komodo dragon, Varanus komodoensis, is a monitor lizard that shares an evolutionary ancestor in the subclass Diapsida with the dinosaurs, but did not descend from dinosaurs (Ciofi, 1999). First discovered in 1910 by

  • Techniques Of The Bearded Dragons

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    touch was used to monitor the bearded dragons surroundings. Their eyesight is okay, lacking in depth perception while maintaining a large field of full colour vision, but another surveillance tool at the bearded dragons disposal is its parietal/pineal/third eye, located at the top-centre of the head it can only sense changes in light and dark and is used to warn the bearded

  • What I Visited The Newport Back Bay Visitors Center

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    General Description I visited the Newport Back Bay Visitors Center. It is located in the Newport Back Bay for people to visit and learn about the wonderful Back Bay that is only steps from our very own school, CDM. The history of the Back Bay goes back a long time. In the 18th century when the Spanish arrived in California places like the Back Bay were very abundant. However by 1975 less than 10% remained in-between Santa Barbra and Mexico. In 1960 plans were made to make the back bay a large

  • A Spell For Chameleon By Piers Anthony

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    Chameleons Essay While the free essays can give you inspiration for writing, they cannot be used 'as is' because they will not meet your assignment's requirements. If you are in a time crunch, then you need a custom written term paper on your subject (chameleons) Here you can hire an independent writer/researcher to custom write you an authentic essay to your specifications that will pass any plagiarism test (e.g. Turnitin). Waste no more time! Chameleons Chameleons The Chamaleo calyptrus

  • Zoo Descriptive Story

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    It all started on a cold day in Keller, Texas. The new petting zoo has just opened to the public. The young teen named Cole was very excited for the chinchilla exhibit. He loved chinchillas, he loved them so much he thought he was a chinchilla in his past life. He bought the tickets two months in advance. He was ready to go, he drove over to the zoo he saw so many animals. But that wasn't important, He needed to see the chinchillas. When he arrived hee found a nice fluffy chinchilla on a tree. He

  • Personal Narrative: Iguana In High School

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    by ethan elliott WATERMARK EVENT A long lasting watermark in my life was when I caught a Iguana in kindergarten. I was in 1st grade Adams elementary and it was recess. This started a small lizard catching career. I stopped catching lizards after I was 11. The sun was harsh and beads of sweat formed on my face as I ran over to the group of children next to the fence. A thought of “what are they doing?” formed in my head as I scuttled over to them. The boys and girls had an expression of confusion

  • What Is The Evolution Of Iguana

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    hide from predators and keep a look out for how to avoid danger also how it evolved over time to be so amazing. They actually are very fun to watch too but you know they can get mad too. Basically i’m trying to say how impressive they are from giant lizard and marine snakes to small iguanas. Well i’m just doing this on iguanas because i love how they change colors. They can avoid being seen so good. They are pretty smart because of how they don’t move until they are ready to attack. They tongue is pretty

  • Public Speaking Speech Essay

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    family than I had before. I was growing up and it was nice sharing the experience with them. While we were there my mom warned us about the lizard problem in Puerto Rico. At first, I thought she was exaggerating, but as we went around the island I saw that it was bigger and more real than I ever believed. Our first night there, as we drove, I could see lizard carcasses all over the road. After getting off our