3) In conclusion killing grizzly bears should not be allowed. This paper has shown you how hunting these animals does no good. Grizzly bears help provide food for other animals, by dragging the fish into the woods and letting other animals feed on its corpse. Another reason is that because of big game hunters grizzly bears are going extinct and hunters are not helping with this problem. This is why grizzly bears should not be hunted and instead help them to gain population in order to keep the ecosystem in a natural flowing
The main character is Gary Paulsen the author of the book. Paulsen displays clear qualities of ingenuity, survivability, determination, and wisdom. His view on animal life will strike many as controversial, as he raises animal worth to a level almost comparable to that of humans. The only other characters in the story are Paulsen’s sled dog team. The book starts with Paulsen retelling a story in which he watched wolves kill and devour a deer in the woods.
These examples include Moose being warned about the rules from the warden, the introduction of the character Natalie, and Piper causing trouble for Moose. The warden warning moose about the rules shows foreshadowing because it leaves me to believe that he will at some point break the rules and get caught. The way the warden speaks about Al Capone makes Moose anxious to even mention him. During school, Piper begins to speak about Al Capone and his gang making Moose think, “And now if I don’t talk about Alcatraz, I’ll look like a chump” (Big for Seventh Grade, ch. 7, pg.
Timothy Treadwell lived in the Alaskan wilderness helping bears (“The Bear Man”). Both of these men enjoyed being in the wilderness, but sadly they both died in Alaska. After their deaths both of them received a lot of criticism. Chris McCandless received criticism saying he killed himself because he did not bring proper supplies (Krakauer
Yet she shows no remorse for the “poor little thing.” (153) Dillard goes on to tell us that expressing any type of sympathy for the deer is ridiculous, because we can not go back and change what has happened, and letting it suffer is purposeful and natural. Admiring the deer as it lay there in agony, Dillard says, “It was ‘pretty,’ delicate of bone like all deer, and thin-skinned for the tropics.” (151) Not only does that show us how weak and helpless the deer is but that it doesn't go unnoticed, which is the saddest part of it all. Especially since everyone else said she had basically no expression on her face while she was watching the deer. (152) Dillard says “pobrecito” when she walks by the deer the final time because she was being sarcastic, considering she knew it was sad but had learned to show no remorse since suffering was a natural thing that we can’t
For example, Krakauer includes letters that refer to Chris as an “idiot” and a “greenhorn”; yet, Krakauer negates all arguments against Chris and then refers to Chris’ critics as “angry letter writers” (176). To demonstrate that negative perceptions of Chris stem from false information, Krakauer proves that Chris correctly identifies the moose. Krakauer also recognizes counterarguments to Chris’ intelligence, but he negatively describes the people that present the counterarguments. In addition, after extensive experimentation and research, Krakauer concludes that the chemical L-canavanine in the seeds is responsible for Chris’ death (202). Krakauer determines that the seeds are toxic to prove that Chris is not reckless and incompetent.
Unfortunately, ticks are not only a pest to moose, but can also be deadly. These organisms, cling on to moose, gain nutrients by sucking a moose 's blood, lay their eggs, which then blow up into sacks resembling balloons. The sacks make a moose 's skin extremely itchy (pg. 46). Ticks hurt moose in a couple large ways.
Makinzie Moore In Tobias Wolff's short story, Hunters in the Snow, there are three very diverse and interesting characters that each play a huge role in the story. The story signifies that the main character Kenny is ignorant, has childish behavior and is very risky and reckless. He is not afraid to express his dangerous actions to anyone. In the opening scene of the story it is to see how Kenny is reckless and dangerous. With Tub, on the side of the road in the tremendously cold weather, waiting on his friends, Kenny and Frank.
One other contending argument is that since Isle Royale is a natural habitat, we should leave the island alone and let it run its course, even though the wolves might die out. This proposal would be inefficient and would only make matters worse. Wolves are the main predators of the many moose who occupy the island. If the wolves die out, the moose will thrive and overpopulate. Eventually, the extremely large population of moose could use up all of their available natural resources, causing the island to become vegetationless and the moose to starve and die because of the lack of resources.
Are Victor and The Monster Likeable Victor has created a monster, an “abhorred devil” who torments him throughout Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Indeed, the creature commits several horrid acts, which drives Frankenstein to pursue him into the Arctic. Yet the creature does not inspire the same fear or revulsion in the reader; instead he gathers sympathy. While Frankenstein may beg to differ, the reader connects with the monster because he is isolated from the world and surprisingly has a gentle heart. The monster is certainly not blameless.
The moose was selected for this essay because the moose is a symbol of Canada. That depicts Canadian toughness and ruggedness similar to the game of hockey. The moose is the largest species in the deer family and they live among other animals in the Taiga or Boreal forest biome. Moose are distinguished by palmate flat antlers of the males; other members of the family have antlers with a branched form resembling a tree configuration. Moose are isolated from other deer species and they do not form herds.