With rugged and warm coats of fur, they are able to live out the winter. Marmot Apparel hopes the watcher can trust their brand, so they picked a species that is relatively known for its resistance to weather by living in harsh conditions. Marmot Apparel use of this commercial is effective. All rhetoric elements flow through it efficiently, and make an entertaining commercial for all while persuading certain audience members. This brand is not well known, but this Super Bowl ad achieved its goal to get their name out
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
There are many different themes portrayed in the second Jungle Book. The theme in the first story, How Fear Came, is laws and tradition are very important to the animals of the jungle. No matter how big or small an animal maybe, they all must follow the same laws. “The Law was like a giant creeper, because it dropped across
To illustrate, Dawn Brancheau was a trainer at SeaWorld and on February 24, 2010 she was dragged down into the water and mauled by Tilikum, a 12,000 pound killer whale who had a history of being aggressive (Cowperthwaite) . Tilikum was captured just at 2 years old. Many killer whales in the wild are not aggressive or hyperactive, so while being in captivity Tilikum adopted these traits thus causing the death of Dawn and many others. Similarly, throughout the years there have been numerous accounts of killer whale trainers being injured or killed (Halverstadt). The killer whales in captivity are very hostile, when the trainers get in the water it's a perfect opportunity for the whales to grab them and drag them down.
“Tilikum” SeaWorld 's largest orca, is responsible for the deaths of three trainers, which all three deaths could have been prevented if SeaWorld would have recognized the behavior change in Tilikum. The most recent death to occur was Dawn Brancheau, where Tilikum “scalped and dismembered Dawn as well as breaking bones throughout her body before drowning her.” (Prothero) Since Tilikum was the biggest orca in captivity, he need the most space which led to SeaWorld isolating Tilikum into his own tank. This may have looked like a great idea on paper but because of his isolation Tilikum was literally going psychotic. “Stress of captivity drives Tilikum to exhibit abnormal repetitive behavior, including chewing on metal gates and the concrete sides of his tank—so much so that the most of his teeth are completely worn down.”
For years there has been a debate on who is the top predator in the ocean. Of course the shark is an easy choice but recently in the last couple years the killer whale has emerged as a challenge towards the Great White. The Killer whale is a worthy opponent towards the great white do to its bigger size and better and smarter hunting techniques. As history has shown great whites as dominant and scary they have been to the ocean as the apex predator they have been known to be the killer whales prey. When killer whales have attacked sharks they have turned the sharks upside down.
The settings of the film and short story affect their stories differently. High Noon displays a lawless, western town in the mid to late 1800s, and because Will Kane lives there as the marshal has access to any and all news that floats around through the collaborative work of the citizens of Hadleyville, giving him the advantage. However, the South American jungle presented in “The Most Dangerous Game” of the early 1800s, Rainsford is met with the challenge to survive in the dense forests of the unfamiliar jungle alone with only his skills as a hunter, to guide him. The similarities within the characters affect the story similarly as well, with a few spin-offs of course. Both Will and Rainsford share a strong will to fight, met with equal or unequal challenges, and forced to gamble with their lives, this affects both stories how this may add suspense when met with disadvantages, or tension when an equal opponent is met.
In “Being Prey” Val gets out of the canoe so her consequence is she gets attacked by a crocodile. Away that the themes are different is the way the conflict effects the main character. In “A Sound of Thunder” Eckels ends up changing the future and in “Being Prey” Val ends up getting attacked by a crocodile. Both stories “A Sound of Thunder” and “Being Prey” have similar themes. Over all “A Sound of Thunder” and “Being Prey” have many similarities and differences about the theme setting and conflict.
Fishing Hi I’m Hudson, and I’ll be talking about freshwater fishing. Freshwater fishing is a type of fishing where you can’t catch sharks, except bull sharks. Those can be found in freshwater.
The dry season also brings out river turtles to the banks of the beaches to lay their eggs where they bury them in the sand. The turtle eggs are a vital source of protein for the tribes, and their specialty is finding and digging them up.
The temperature in a rainforest varies from 68 to 93 degrees Fahrenheit. The average temperature of a rainforest is about 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Rainforests are never found in climates with the temperatures of 32 degrees Fahrenheit or below because plants in a rainforest will not be able to survive in the cold weather. In the lower canopy, there is little air movement as a result of the humidity is constantly