Do these so called killing machines who are looking for revenge trying to eat anyone who steps foot in their home. Or are they just another fish trying to survive how they know how to. The possibility of getting bit by these sharks are as low as can be. At one time there was a reward out for anyone who had proof that they were bitten by a shark (Choi). There is a higher chance of getting struck by lightning or a vending machine falling on you than getting bitten by a shark.
The first of the three is called cyanide fishing. The name is pretty self explanatory. Basically what he fisher men do is dump sodium cyanide near some fish,stunning them and making them very easy to catch without killing them. The only problem with this method, is that for every fish caught using cyanide about one square meter of coral reef is killed. Leaving countless fish without a place for shelter.
Next Hammerhead sharks gets there name for its flat shaped head and some people think it is useless to the shark. With their special heads, they have 360 degree vision! Finally, they also can ram and stun jelly fish with their flat head. In conclusion, with these reasons I think we should save the hammerhead shark before it too late.
Ric O’Barry conveys Mercury is the second most poisinist chemical in the entire world. The poison attacks, brain cells and the nervous systems, causing much damage to the body, possibly leading to dementia, lifelong brain damage, or death. Nevertheless the producers clearly share that dolphin meat is highly toxic and filled with mercury; the mercury could have jarring effects on many people's health including young children. During the documentary Ric O’Barry proves the small city of Taiji served mercury filled dolphin meat in their school lunches for children. Additionally Ric O’Barry video tapes and displays pictures of effects mercury can have.
Bass are a predatory fish, this means that they have to eat other living animals to survive. To hunt, bass will hide in structure, such as a submerged log, or some grass and ambush their prey. When their prey swims by the fish will swim out quickly and eat the food. Bass will eat anything that swims, they will eat minnows, crawfish, frogs,worms and even mice and ducklings that fall into the water. Bass will also eat other fish and sometimes lizards that fall into the water.
The weight average of rainbow trout is about 3kg while individuals of rainbow trout can reach much heavier weights. Feeding habits: Rainbow trout are predators with varied diets depending on their life stages and availability of their natural diets. When they are young, rainbow trout will feed on small organisms such as zooplankton, and as they grow they feed on larval, pupal and adult forms of aquatic insects. They also eat fish eggs, small fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and insects. In vegetated habitats, rainbow trout often have the opportunity to eat terrestrial insects that fall into the water such as ants, beetles, and crickets.
In the story Rikki Tikki Tavi, a mongoose named Rikki Tikki is washed away in a summer flood and was taken cared of by a family in the bungalow. Rikki Tikki fought two snakes named Nag and Nagaina and ended up not only killing Nag and Nagaina, but their children too. The story Rikki Tikki Tavi by Rudyard Kipling teaches everyone that being courageous can help anyone accomplish
Loggerhead Turtle Argumentative Essay Andrew J. Thorpe English 6 Mrs. Tubergan Due 1-29-16 Did you know that one-thousand out of every ten-thousand Loggerhead Turtles will survive to adulthood. Many loggerhead turtles are being killed each year. There are many human caused threats and animal caused threats. Fishermen’s nets get broken because the turtles get caught in them and they don’t get saved unless somebody happens to stumble upon it. In this paper I will be talking to you about how we can save turtles from these big threats to Loggerhead turtles and about what these threats are doing to the Loggerhead Sea Turtles.
Fly Fishing for Carp :: Fishing There was a time when fishing for carp in the US was unheard of. However, the growth in popularity of the sport in recent years has meant that more and more people, when fly fishing, are accidentally catching these large fish. Whether you’ve done so accidentally and want to know more, or if the idea of fly fishing for forty pound monster fish is just something that sounds cool to you (and it is! ), then read on for some more tips on how it’s done:Sight Casting Like bonefish, you can often spot carp tailing in shallow water. Also like bonefish, carp is greedy critters, which will try to snack on anything that happens to appear in their line of sight.
Imagine sitting in a fancy restaurant and ordering the Willapa Bay oyster special. the waiter says they don’t have any oysters.This tragedy is due to ocean acidification. Ocean acidification is happening in Washington’s backyard, but residents might not know what it is. Ocean acidification is when the pH in the ocean is replaced with more acidic substances like carbon dioxide. Ocean acidification is killing off the oyster population, which is also affecting the jobs in Washington.