We need to protect the great hammerhead shark because it is being poached and there are only 9 Species of hammerhead shark . One reason great hammerhead sharks are endangered is because People are illegally fishing the great hammerhead shark and other species of sharks for a traditional soup called shark fin soup. When they catch these sharks they cut off the fins and throw them back in the water and they sink down to the bottom of
Rene Ismail McKenna - C 9th Grade Biology PBA American Lobster - Homarus americanus Ecosystem/Ecology of Homarus americanus Adult American lobsters tend to dwell in depths of below 50 meters. However, some can live at depths of about 750 meters. They can weigh up to 44 pounds and reach a length of about 25 inches, however they are typically around 2 feet long and weigh 3 pounds. The American lobster’s preferable habitat is on rocky surfaces covered with algae, because algae attract animals that the lobsters prey on. This habitat allows the lobster to hide within the cracks, where it can hide from predators in its environment such as flounder, cod, crabs and eels.
Thinking we’re a threat, this little guy strikes an unfortunate person’s fingers at 5/1000ths of a second. That is faster than the human eye can see, and is as fast as a small caliber bullet. So, if you chance to see a small shrimp with large claws about twice its body size, then don’t pick it up, or you could end up with a few broken fingers. It can even kill a grab with a good swipe of its claws. So your
“Like a myriad of tiny teeth in a saw, the transparencies came scavenging over the beach.” Simile “The afternoon sun emptied down invisible arrows” Personification “When Roger opened his eyes and saw him, a darker shadow crept beneath the swarthiness of his skin; but Jack noticed nothing.” Personification “The rest were shock-headed, but Piggy’s hair still lay in wisps over his head as though baldness were his natural state, and this imperfect covering would soon go, like the velvet on a young stag’s antlers.” Simile “Instead of remaining and playing, he swarm with steady strokes under Simon and crawled out of the other side of the pool to lie there, sleek and streaming like a seal.” Simile “The smoke was a tight little knot on the horizon and was uncoiling slowly.” Personification “He looked down the unfriendly side of the mountain” Personification “Kill the pig. Cut her throat. Spill her blood.” Foreshadowing “Taken away its life like a long satisfying drink.” Simile “Before these fantastically attractive flowers of violet and red and yellow, unkindness melted away.”
Slowly, though, similar to gents feeding on the carcass of a deceased kangaroo. I glance down at the tattered seagull feather resting on my palm; it had seen better days. The edges were frayed and the once startling night black framing the sides was a dull grey. I twirl it over and over with my scarred fingertips, staring into the empty space where Gary had been moments before. All the memories come flooding back in a tsunami of images.
Stanley has scars. Large scars and huge scars from when he was homeless, small cuts and burns on his hands and face from sharp alien metals and circuitry from the portal, cigarette burns and a brand shaped like a demon ward seared on his shoulders, and puckered bullet holes in his torso. Stan has lost most cartilage in his joints, so they snap and creak as he walks. His knuckles pop every time Stan grabs something. Not only is his body below his neck is torn up, Stan is partially blind from scarred tissue and cataracts in his eyes.
The blobfish is an exclusively deep sea fish and generally resides in the waters of mainland Australia, a country known for its many weird and wonderful (not to mention terrifying) creatures. While the blobfish doesn’t pose any actual threat to humans, its sagging, drooling face - which actually kind of reminds me of writer and director Woody Allen - is the stuff of nightmares and is difficult to look at for more than a couple of seconds. The Queen Anne’s Revenge
…when they found him he had been half-child, half-seacalf, his hair swarming with spirits in the shape of tiny phosphorescent crabs, his mouth stopped with coral; how, ash-pale and ghostly in his little white shirt, that long ago had rotted like a caul, he had risen up in the firelight and danced, and changed before their eyes from a sea-creature into a skinny human child. (RB
These words are then juxtaposed with ‘The sea-worm crawls - grotesque, slimed and indifferent’ and ‘Lie lightless, all their sparkles bleared and black and blind’ to bring the reader back to reality, and to realise how much the ship has changed. ‘Well while was’ is an alliteration symbolises the slow, but powerful movement of the waves.The ‘w’ is quite soft and contrasts with the harsh sound of the ‘c’ in ‘creature of cleaving wing’. Personally, I get a sense of a knife cutting through soft butter, the butter being the ocean and the knife being the Titanic. In this stanza, the Titanic is depicted as quite a harsh and powerful being, just everyone thought it was. In stanza seven, the relation of the Titanic and the iceberg is almost described as a fatal love story.