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  • The Importance Of Living In America

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    If I only had one hour of internet left I would I would ask everybody for their phone numbers and download a bunch of videos and tutorials in case of an emergency. I would probably watch let’s plays and lots of other things on netflix. I would download movies and entire tv series so that I wouldn’t run out of content to watch and keep me occupied. Another thing I would do is save a ton of pictures that I could use as drawing inspiration. If forced to pick between staying in the country I grew

  • Dinosaurs: An Undertogenetic Analysis

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    variation is where the problems begin. This specific controversy stems from the the question of how Triceratops and Torosaurus are related. Back in 2010, two men by the name of Scannella and Horner claimed that after ontogenetic analyses, Triceratops and Torosaurus actually represent growth stages of a single genus. With a small sample size and only

  • Dinosaurs : What Are Dinosaurs?

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    Part A: What are Dinosaurs? Dinosaurs are land-dwelling reptiles that once roamed the Earth and the word comes from a Greek word that means "terrible lizard". Dinosaurs are defined by their skeleton features, particularly the way they hold the limbs. Dinosaurs limbs support them from beneath, (like a horse), while modern-day reptiles (such as crocodiles and lizards) limbs come out from the sides. Dinosaur are a diverse species ranging in different shapes and sizes and were able to survive in a variety

  • Characteristics Of Dinosaur

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    Dinosaurs are a group of reptiles that first appeared during the Triassic period (around 225 million years ago) and were extinct in the Cretaceous period (about 65 million years ago). Dinosaur are a diverse species ranging in different shapes and sizes and were able to survive in a variety of ecosystems (Australian Museum, 2016) (Natural History Museum, 2017) (Dinosaur Jungle, 2015). The fundamental physical features of a dinosaur are: Diapsid (animal with two holes in skull behind eye socket)

  • Sugar Land Observation Report

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    mostly all the pre historic animals, plants, rocks, and are arranged in chronological order. My favorite dinosaur was the Triceratops. This dinosaur is known for their three horns and bony frill around the back of its head. . It needed its three horns to try and protect itself from the Tyrannosaurus Rex which lived during the same time period. I learned that the Triceratops roamed North America about 67 million to 65 million years ago, during the end of the Cretaceous Period. Also, these herbivore

  • Pluto: Can We Accept Knowledge?

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    As technology becomes more and more advanced, it seems as if what was once thought of as fact, quickly becomes myth. We notice that the phrase, “that which is accepted as knowledge today is sometimes discarded tomorrow,” has never been so correct, as new scientific findings develop every day. Emotion and faith play a large role in what we accept as knowledge, and in the end may even obstruct us from changing the way we think. Although emotions are important in how we accept knowledge, they can sometimes

  • Persuasive Essay On Jurassic Park

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    his shading!! Use them to offer you some assistance with battling the enormous Dinosaur managers. Its aggregate dinosaur activity, just for nothing! This test system is stuffed with all your most loved Jurassic dinosaurs including: Pterodactyl, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Velociraptor, Spinosaurus, and obviously T-Rex. A standout amongst the most surely understand Jurassic dinosaurs around, the Pterodactyl is prepared to take flight and chase everything in sight. Enter this Jurassic world as a youthful

  • Dinosaur Fossils

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    Dinosaur ‘Judith’ Fossils: Triceratops Ancestor With A Head Adorned With A Spiky ‘Shield’ Of Bone And ‘Devil’ Horns; Used Them To Attract Mate The researchers have discovered dinosaur fossils 10 years ago. It belongs to “Judith,” a spiky headed ancestor triceratops, which trudged the American north-west over 65 million years ago. Recently, the study reveals that “Judith” was much more important than previously thought. The researchers believe that she is a new species, which is called “Spiclypeus

  • Stay In The U. S. Essay

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    If I had the choice on my 18th birthday if I wanted to stay in the U.S. or travel to a different country for the rest of my life, I would choose to stay in the U.S. because I love all of the activities I can do in the U.S! For example, I can go to Mount Rushmore and Walt Disney World! There is so much to do in the U.S., I would never be bored. This would definitely not be a hard choice for me. On the opposing side, it would be unfortunate to never have visited the Eiffel Tower or go to Australia

  • Characteristics Of Jurassic Park

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    characteristics and behaviors. The dinosaurs were fictionally characterized to appeal to the readers. By examining the dinosaur’s appearance and behaviors of dinosaurs such as the duckbilled dinosaur, velociraptor, hypsilophodontids, dilophosaurs, Triceratops, apatosaurs, Tyrannosaurus rex, stegosaurs, and maiasaurs distinguished whether the evidence existed in the field of paleontology. The behaviors and characteristics of the dinosaur are divided into three factors as behaviors that were supported