Essays on Animal

Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases in Pigs
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For the prevention and control of infectious diseases, it is imperative to know the transmission dynamics of the causative agents. Studies from other endemic states of India reveal that the majority of the human JE cases appear during monsoon and post-monsoon season (Kulkarni et al., 2018). And there are reports of the occurrence of human JE cases in epidemic proportion in certain geographical areas where previously very few human JE cases were reported which warrants an in-depth study on the…...
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Where the Money Is?
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The agricultural industry is an intricate and vital fragment of our daily lives. Yet, the same industry that is feeding us every day, is causing obstructive impacts on people directly affected by it and the environment. The meat industry, specifically the pork industry, is one of the largest contributors to environmental degradation such as water quality in certain areas which affects in turn has hurt people near these industrial hog farms. In Barry Estabrook’s’ “Pig Tales: An Omnivore’s Quest for…...
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Passion for Pig Farming
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I was first introduced to the Swine Industry the summer going into my freshman year. I knew little then about how market hogs and the process but now I can say I know more than I did when I started. All in all, pigs are very complex and I have fallen in love with raising them. There are many different aspects to this industry and I am here to give a brief overview of the swine industry, swine production, and…...
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Conflicts are Ways in Which People Grow
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Good authors usually incorporate conflict into their stories. In Lord of the Flies, William Golding uses conflicts to develop the characterization of Jack throughout the story. Golding illustrates Jack through both internal and external conflicts. Jack is defined through internal conflicts that he experiences. Jack and two other boys from the island had just encountered their first pig, “The three boys rushed forward and Jack drew his knife again with a flourish. He raised his arm in the air. There…...
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Little Pig
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Man, it's weird on the border of the forest and desert. Oh sorry, I forgot to introduce myself my name is little pig, but people call me LP for short which stands for little pig. I am a farmer's pig and so are my mom and dad. Are farmer is mean and sometimes whips daddy and mommy because they aren't going fast enough. The worst part of this is that we don't get fed enough, so we can't go fast…...
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A Personal Account of the Importance of Patience While Fishing for Marlin
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Along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, the water is the color of an emerald in the sun and as warm as a hot bath When you head out to deeper water, you see darker patches of seal Mysterious murky patches of colder water that loom beneath each vessel awaiting its demise While floating above one of these dark patches, I learned that patience is not only a virtue but a necessity when fishing for marlini The story begins…...
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Circulating Insulin-Like Growth Factor Binding Proteins in Fish
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Introduction: In this paper, the authors describe the role of Insulin-like growth binding factorfactorsPs) in regulating the availability of IGFs and in growth as well. AuthorThe authorsdedescribebout the specific cells that produce IGF-1 and ccomparethe different types of IGFBPs found in mammals and fish. This paper also describes the role of hormones and envirothe nment in the regulation of circulating IGFBPs in fish. Mainly, six IGFBPs are present in mammals in circulation and the activity is modulamodulated byus ways. IGFBP-1…...
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Have You Ever Heard of a Vaquita [Ve-key-ta]?
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Introduction Have you ever heard of a Vaquita [Ve-key-ta]? The majority have not. Discovered in 1958, there are only about 30 of these porpoises left in the world. Fishing operations within Mexico’s Gulf of California have drastically reduced their population, leading to their status as critically endangered. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has categorized the Vaquita as high-risk for extinction. This is just one example of a marine species that has declined rapidly; this phenomenon is widespread,…...
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Encyclopedia of Paca life
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Geographical Range and Habitat The lowland pacas were originally discovered wandering around Cuba, and Algeria located in Africa. They are now mainly located in South America, while some branch off into Central America and the southeastern parts of Mexico, as well as the Lesser Antilles. These mammals generally reside in wet, humid forests. They normally burrow down below into the moist soil, particularly near rivers and water that remains from previous rainstorms. Lowland pacas will sometimes even claim other animals’…...
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The role of Protected Areas and Conservation of Protected Areas
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The role of protected areas for conservation is undeniable; however, it has been recognized that protected areas alone are not enough to ensure biodiversity conservation (Western 1989, Ferrier et al. 2004). Hence, it is increasingly important to identify and develop alternative management strategies including forest ecosystem services that sustain and fulfill human needs and at the same time can provide incentives for conservation (Daily, 1997, Perfecto & Vandermeer, 2008). One of the services is agricultural systems that incorporate well-structured, diverse,…...
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Causes and Consequences of the Impact on the Ecosystem
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The decline of large mammals in an environment can cause lasting effects on the ecosystem both economically and culturally. This decline, for instance, can result in lower animal protein supplies to local human populations, a decline in tourism, as well as long-term effects on vegetation structure. Several mammal populations have been declining over the recent years throughout southern Africa due to habitat loss from the exploitation of land for business use and from the exploitation of animals for food or…...
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Learn About Marine Mammals
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Did you know that marine mammal are considered endangered and highly protected?   Marine mammals are a group of mammals that have a unique characteristic that makes them stand out from other mammals. Marine mammals are not much different than the mammals that live on land except they are adapted to living in the ocean for either their whole life or part of their life. Marine mammals can stay underwater for long periods by storing oxygen in their muscles and blood.…...
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The Most Effective Methods of Restoring Reptile Habitats to the Reference Conditions
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There is a lot of concern regarding the preservation of natural habitats that serve as a home to wildlife in the United States. Urbanization seems to be responsible for the majority of habitat loss due to deforestation, however, other factors seem to be driving wildlife away from their habitats. Invading species of both animals and plants has sbeen hown to play a major role in the dispersal of native species. Steen et al. conducted a study to determine the most…...
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What Caused National Superiority?
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Both Japanese and Nazis during World War II use dehumanizing language and attitudes of national and racial superiority. Dehumanizing language and symbols helped them to commit atrocities and made them feel national superiority. Both German Nazis and Japanese use dehumanizing language. During World War II, the Nazis called Jewish people rats, snakes, octopuses, and other kinds of animals. These animals all have a common. They all represent bad. Also, the Nazis used euphemisms terms, for example, special treatment means execution,…...
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Marine Biology and Octopus
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Coleoid cephalopods are shell-less molluscs such as octopuses, cuttlefish and squids (Amodio et. al., 2018). There are about 700 cephalopod species currently in existence and they can be found in oceans throughout the world; in all climates and various depths of water (Ikeda, 2009). The loss of the external mollusc shell is seemingly linked with an increase in brain size and as a result, increased cognitive abilities (Kuba, Byrne, Meisel, & Mather, 2006). In fact, cephalopods are considered among the…...
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The Octopus is a Symbol Of The Perfectionist Principle of The Circle: Know Everything
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Dave Eggers’ The Circle uses images of aquatic life from the Mariana Trench to demonstrate the dynamics of the circle. These images include seahorses, an octopus, and a shark; each revealing a significant aspect of the Circle. The seahorses are a representation of the users of the circle and their inability to defend themselves from the totality that is the circle. While the octopus is a symbol of the circle’s superficial desire to know everything and to connect with people,…...
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How Humans and The Octopus Can Benefit From Regulating Hunting
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The reef octopus, like any other organism within an ecosystem, ideally plays a role as a food source for another organism’s diet and is itself a predator that can ensure that the balance between a variety of species remains stable. In many coastal communities, such as those in Madagascar, locals recognize the reef octopus as a major source of livelihood; as both a means of sustenance as well as an economic benefit. In recent years, the growing market demand for…...
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Blue Ringed Octopus
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Micro distribution of Tetrodotoxin in two species of blue-ringed octopuses. The study that took place is unknown due to the fact of having many years of studies involving Tetrodotoxin. (TTX) After years of studying the distribution of TTX, it is known for a fact that the 3 scientists got results after testing 6 male octopuses. 3 males of the H. Fascista and 3 males of H. lunulate, all octopuses were adults. The objective of this study was to find out…...
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Ethics of Animal Captivity: Balancing Values and Responsibilities Melina Martinez
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Zoos are among the most popular and notorious animal facilities. Historically, Zoos have also served as entertainment and recently for educational purposes. The ethics of these animal facilities face dilemma as new generations start questioning the use of the vulnerable(such as animals in this case) for a benefit. Zoo ethics are put to question as we attempt to balance responsibilities and balance values to find the best solution to ethical animal conservation. Keywords: Animal welfare- state of being of the…...
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Euthanize Animals After Research on Them
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Rats and Mice are the most common rodents used in research facilities. “Approximately 3 million mice are currently used per year in the United Kingdom for scientific research” (Thomas, Flecknell, & Golledge 1). After completion of the purpose of the study or research, all the used mice and rats are euthanized. Euthanasia entails that every rat or mice deserve a good death that minimizes pain and distress to the animal and, therefore, the process requires a careful assessment of the…...
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Maui Dolphin – endangered species
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There may be no better example of an animal critically endangered by human activity than the Maui Dolphin. The marine mammal is currently listed as such by the IUCN Red List due to the most recent reports estimating their population to have fallen to a mere 43 individuals across their entire range (WWF). The population was not always this small. In 2010, An independent conservation group tracked 59 individuals in their natural habitat (Biggs). In 2013, the International Whaling Commission conducted…...
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Mirror Self-Recognition in Dolphins
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Mirror Self-Recognition is becoming an increasingly rare capacity in the animal kingdom. Meaningful self-recognition relies upon the subject not only noticing their reflection, but also understanding that the image they are seeing is themselves. In humans, a red dot is placed on a child's nose before that child is placed in front of a mirror in order to test for self awareness. Researchers watch for certain behaviors like removing and replacing the red dot to verify that a child is…...
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Dolphin Massacre in Exchange for Self-Righteousness
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Yearly, towards the end of the summer Denmark is known for hosting an annual "grind." which consists of the brutal massacre of innocent endangered dolphins. This annual slaughterfest is held in order to prove their manly self-righteousness. This merciless crime is done when the dolphins are driven into bay by boats and jet skis and then pulled onto the beach with a hook attached to the blowhole. The individual or several individuals cut the spinal cord of the dolphin, ending…...
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An Argument for Including Dolphin Diving as an Event in the Summer Olympic Games
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Dear, Council of The Summer Olympics In the past years, many sports have been added and removed from the Summer Olympics due to the demand for new sports. And in the past few years, we have had a few great sports such as Mountain jumping and Kangaroo Boxing that are now a part of the Olympics, But the people still want more. So, let me introduce you to the Dolphin dive. The dolphin dive is unlike many swimming sports because…...
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A Comparison of the Cardiovascular Systems of Yellow-Eyed Penguins, Mackerel Sharks and Bottlenose Dolphins
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"Nothing is constant but change! All existence is a perpetual flux of being and Becoming!' That is the broad lesson of the evolution of the world.” By Ernst Haeckel. All living things evolve to adapt into the environment to continue their life and they all struggle for existence to live and reproduce. Yellow-eyed penguins, Mackerel sharks and Bottlenose dolphins have similar cardiovascular systems. They all have, four chamber heart, warm bloods, and 2-loop circulate system and they also need energy…...
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A Review of the Live Music Performance at the Dolphin Mall Ramblas Plaza Stage
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Musical Performance Review I attended a live performance on Saturday, November 10 from 8 pm to 12 am at the dol phin mall Ramblas Plaza Stage at Entry 3. The name of the group performing on stage went by the name Leather and Lace Band. The main singer in the band was a woman by the name Flor Ana Mireles. Leather and Lace is a Rock band able to create a very exciting and fun atmosphere you need when it…...
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An Argument against the Use of Dolphins for Human Medical Therapy
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Should animals, specifically dolphins, be used to help treat human disorders such as depression, bi polar, or mental retardation? There are many questions about this issue in regards to effectiveness, ethics, safety and cost. “Swimming with dolphins” could be life altering event, because it can "supposedly help treat disorders such as depression, Down syndrome, epilepsy, and AIDS” (Herzog 19).People pay lots of money to have their child or other family member spend time with these creatures hoping that they can…...
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One Of the Largest Aquatic Mammals On Earth
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Whales are regarded as one of the largest aquatic mammals on Earth. However, at one point in their evolutionary history, they were land-based animals. Modern-day cetaceans evolved 55 million years ago from terrestrial animals that resided near brackish estuaries. In order for this shift to occur, whales had to change every part of their anatomy. Additionally, the decline of whales has likely negatively altered the structure and function of the ocean, suggesting that whales play a prominent role in the…...
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Respiratory System Of Dolphins And Whale Sharks
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This paper will show the differences of the respiratory system between the two animals, of diverse ways of obtaining oxygen. where one is a mammal and the other is a fish. However, they do not belong to the same family, Tursiops belongs to the delphinidae while Rhincodon belong to the Rhicodontidae family the only extant member of that family. On the other hand, both species used to live on land before they become aquatic animals. It is more likely they…...
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On The Intelligence Of Some Mammals
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Apparently, in these days, animals have occupied an increasingly important position in humans’ life. As human dig deeper to study their habits and nature, we have found that animals especially mammals, which we humans know quite well about, are more intelligent than we used to estimate. The following content will introduce some mammals’ intelligence except human. The intelligence of creatures mostly depends on the brain weight ratio and number of neurons. This statistic in humans is 2.344% while other mammals’…...
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Complete Extinction Of The Dinosaurs
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Dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago for reasons that are still unknown, but we still have theories. Even though scientists have theories they also believe that dinosaurs went extinct for natural reasons, such as a volcanic eruptions, climate change, and diseases. These are all causes that could have affected the dinosaur extinction. The most recent looked at theory would be the impact theory. This theory discusses the topic where an asteroid or meteorite it the Gulf of Mexico and…...
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Dramatic Irony Used In The Novel
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Dramatic irony is notably used in the novel to critique the absoluteness of the park’s head staff—despite the consequences if their system of containment should fail on the mainland, the head staff makes no change when prompted by expert scientists and mathematicians to verify the safety of the park. However, even at insistence by the head staff of Jurassic Park (John Hammond, the creator of the park; John Arnold, the park’s main engineer; and Henry Wu, the scientist responsible for…...
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The A Bout Argentina  
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A bout Argentina   Argentina is south A   merica and it is, named the eighth largest country on the earth. Argentina a contains three of the   Spanis h colonization in july 9, 1816 the voting of the Argentine .republic  Independence overruled in t he Peninsula and overseas. Argenti na Rugby Union    Ar gentina rugby unio n : tea m Los Pumas .Rugby union is basically when you have a s occer/football-shaped ball a nd yo u run the, ball…...
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The History Of Life On Earth
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Is a long and complex affair dating all of the way back to the very beginnings of our planets creation. From the formation of our very first oceans to the first amounts of oxygen that appeared in our planet’s atmosphere during the “Great Oxidation Event”. The Earth has gone through several periods of evolutionary that took place over millions upon millions of years. To get a sense and feel of what our planet was like and to see how it…...
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Golden Geological Sequence Report
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The story of Golden begins with the Idaho Spring Formation around 1.7 billion years ago. Made up of the foliated metamorphic rock gneiss, this formation contains the aluminosilicate minerals k-spar, biotite and quartz. Its chemistry, especially its high calcium and carbon content, suggests creation in a subduction zone with deep water deposition of calcite and limestone similar to the modern-day Sea of Japan.  After approximately 1.4 billion years of missing geological history, thanks to the Great Unconformity, comes the Fountain…...
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Complete Extinction Of The Dinosaurs
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Over 200 million years ago, the dinosaurs were the most dominant species on Earth, but unexpectedly went extinct, nowhere to be found. There are many theories as to how such a dominant species could just vanish from the face of the Earth, but the most accredited theories to explain this wild and sudden mass extinction in the scientific community include The Alvarez Theory and the Great Dying. The most accepted disaster theory in the scientific community is the Alvarez Theory.…...
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Ways That Caused The Extinction of The Dinosaurs
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The dinosaurs went extinct about 65 MILLION years ago, but the main question about this essay is, How? In this essay I will be describing and listing ways that could’ve caused their extinction 65 million years ago. There are many theories out there to answer this question and many are obviously wrong. Even I believe some of the theories out there. So don't let your A.D.D. kick in, sit back and give yourself a headache by reading these small letters.…...
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Richard Martin Was an Animal Welfare Activist
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There was a lot of fictional superheroes and a lot of real superheroes and one of them is Richard Martin. Richard martin stood up for animal welfare. During the 1700s people thought dogs or animals did not have feelings. Those animals could not stand up for themselves. He solved that problem by his bravery and perseverance.Martin was born at Ballynahinch Castle, County Galway. He was the only son of Robert Martin. His parents were Bill and Denise Richard. His teacher…...
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Common Swifts: Animal Welfare
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In a plastic dishpan on Judith Wakelam’s kitchen table, six huge, dark eyes gaze up at me from a huddle of pale-fringed faces and dusty black feathers, bladelike wings projecting outward at a variety of unlikely angles. These are baby common swifts, insectivorous birds so exquisitely aerial that they eat, sleep and mate on the wing and spend the first two or three years of their lives migrating between Europe and Africa in continuous flight. Airborne swifts are renowned for…...
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An End to Harmful Animal Euthanasia
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In this research paper, there is discussion of the beneficial effects a nonprofit organization will have upon the anti-euthanization movement.It presents two arguments: the euthanization of animals with treatable and manageable injuries, diseases, and behavioral problems should be prevented a nonprofit organization would be effective in controlling this issue or eradicating it. It takes the side of the movement, explaining the moral issues with euthanasia abuses and misuses, and addresses the opposition through the discussion of those who participate in…...
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Where the Money Is?
...The benefits that the shareholders reap are a result of the economic system that the pork industry follows. The pork industry follows a system of vertical integration, meaning that every step of their production process is controlled by the same comp...
Conflicts are Ways in Which People Grow
...In conclusion, Jack is defined by his internal conflicts, the pig, and his thirst for power. At the beginning of the book, Jack was civilized, but throughout the story, the enormity of slaughtering a pig and the embarrassment of his actions led to hi...
What Caused National Superiority?
...These dehumanizing language and propaganda caused cultural and racial hatred and massive eventually. People without conscious and started using innocent people to do biological experiments. Unit 731 is a team who uses Chinese to do their horrible exp...
How Humans and The Octopus Can Benefit From Regulating Hunting
...Since the success of the preliminary research and application of periodic octopus closures, neighboring Madagascar communities have implemented the same conservation practices in an area currently known as the Velondriake Locally Managed Marine Area ...
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