Being an African American born in Louisiana who loves spicy food and even spicier women, i 'm greatly influenced by my culture. My cultural identity comes from the food I eat, the race I am, and the state that I live in. If not for these three things, I wouldn 't be myself.
The Northwest Coast Indians are believed to have begun living on the west coast area of what we now know as Alaska, Washington State, Oregon, California, and British Columbia, Canada over 10,000 years ago. The Bella Coola, Haida, Nootka, and Tlingit are just a few of the tribes that make up the Northwest Coast Indians who were known as the richest Native American’s due to the large quantity of natural resources that were available to them in this region.
Jack Gruener was born in Krakow, Poland in 1927. Jack was an only child. He was twelve years old when the ghetto Plaszow was being built. He survived with his parents, aunt and uncle on top of the roof of their apartment building. They lived in a little shack. One day Jack went out of the ghetto to visit one of his friends. When he got back he noticed that the shack was raided by the Nazis. He was soon taken by Nazis, and then he saw his Uncle. He told him that his parents were killed during the deportation. Jack and his Uncle were separated at the ghetto, and then soon reunited at the camp Tezebinia. His uncle was killed at that concentration camp. He was the only surviving member of his family. He soon went to Birkenau, where he got Prisoner
However the expected lifespan of one is about 15 years. If the largemouth bass is in captivity, they usually get to be about 11 years old. (Boschung, et al., 2004) They usually prefer to live in shallow that is no deeper than three meters. Although sometimes you may find some of them living in the deeper part of the water. The largemouth bass have the ability to hide from their prey and provide protection against their predators through the process of abundant vegetation. Their surroundings is usually made up of clears waters so that they can use their vision to identify their prey. The range size in most environments is usually no greater than three meters. (Hannon, 1996; Iguchi and Matsuura, 2004) The largemouth bass is dioeciously, meaning they have separate sexes in reproduction, male and female. The largemouth bass reproduces in the spring. To the largemouth basses spring time is typically when the gets to be around sixty degrees Fahrenheit. The females lay their eggs in the nest that the males have created and leave the males there to guard it. The females generally lay about 3,000 eggs per nest, but research shows that some of them have laid up to 6,000. (Becker,
Maria Cristina Ogier was born in Florence, Italy, March 9th, 1995. She was born into constant communion with god and prodigious. Maria was the only child of Dr. Henery Ogier and Gina Matteoni. She was a healthy child except for the little sicknesses every once in a while until she was 4. When she was four she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Doctors were hesitant to perform surgery on her, because of her age. Maria did not flaunt or hide her disease she just lived her life. Four months after she received her first communion on April 30, 1961 her parents her parents took her to the lourdess Shrine, hoping that she would be cured and become the healthy child she had been at age four. A cure did not happen. Her parents next took her to visit
The viperfish is a type of fish that lives at nine thousand feet under water and it is extremely dark down there. At this depth, the faint light that is visible down there helps the viperfish to blend in to hide from predators because they have photophers, little organs that produce light down the side of it, which makes them look invisible to predators. They also have a little lure like object that is over their head that attracts fish by blinking a light. When prey is near it, the viperfish can rotate his head and snatch the prey and eat it. It has extremely long teeth so that it can tear into its prey. Its teeth are so long that they do not fit in the its mouth.
Teaching your kids to fish is an activity that comes with plenty of benefits. For one, your children will learn the art of fishing, which can prove very useful at some point in their life. After all, fishing is not just about making a catch, but the effort and patience that goes with it. It also gives kids the opportunity to appreciate the diversity and beauty of nature, especially the world underwater. Fishing can also help kids stay active, especially when the fishing grounds is not easily accessible. But the most important thing is the activity provides an excellent way to bond and spend quality time with your children. are you now ready to take them out of the house, away from their video games, and into the world of fishing?
Hi!, I’m Wil. Today I’m going to talk about Bass fishing. Bass are a very fun fish to catch, and I will try to cover most of this topic today.
Aron Gwinner talked about the influence of technology in our lives and its impact on the workforce. Technology is changing drastically on a daily basis and it has blended in with our everyday lives. The tasks that are performed by human beings will be replaced by robots and automated systems, which will help employees cut down business costs. Machines cannot function alone and need help from humans to work. Since people depend on machines to an extent, there will be constant changes and growth in the IT field. This will create more job openings due to the constant enhancements in the IT sector.
Coral reefs are one of the most diverse and complex habitats. They are one of the most interesting and colorful ecosystems found in the marine environment. They are very unique in many different ways and a crucial support for human life. They play also a very important role in the marine life such as giving shelter and food for millions of species including fishes, crabs, or shrimps. They support 33% of marine fish species. They also have specific and certain conditions to be formed, and to survive. They are also known as the “rainforest of the oceans” because of its huge diversity. In this research paper we will explore more about coral reefs and their importance.
One more drop of the puck I thought. All of the work, for the Grand Rapids Griffins at least. Winning the first series, a best-of-five, against the Houston Aeros in a winner take all game five, winning the Conference Quarter-finals, best-of-seven, against the Toronto Marlies in six games, defeating the Oklahoma City Barons in the Conference Finals, and finally one drop of the puck away from the American Hockey League’s most prized possession, the Calder Cup.
Ed Kemper was a serial rapist who terrorized California from 1972-1973 with 8 murders spread out among the Santa Cruz region. He primarily picked up young female hitch-hikers and either shot or strangled them. He would cut off the head and hands, rape the corpses, and dispose of the body separately. He had a very troubled childhood with a lot of psychological abuse from an alcoholic mother which attributed to most of his psychosis. He ended up turning himself in after the murder of his mother and given life in prison.
What I learned about Spanish Dancers was that they are nocturnal. So they only come out at night. They can be only one color or they can be different colored with patterns. Some Spanish Dancers can be as big as a loaf of bread. They have a great way to defend themselves. The way that the use to defend themselves is by a toxin and changing color. They are not very good at blending in. they get their name from how they swim. Did you know there are 3,000 in the population of Spanish Dancers. They have a flat but oval body shape. They can live up to about a year. They have a wide variety of interesting things about them. The females have a toxin that protects their eggs. Their toxin is very harmful. They get their toxin from the sponges that they eat.
One second they are stalking their prey, then they strike. The Burmese pythons are overpopulating they Everglades and eating everything. They have no natural predator other than humans. Humans are the reason that they are in the Everglades. Humans have even started events so that they can kill more Burmese pythons. These animals are affecting the Everglades they are eating everything, they have no natural predators besides humans, and humans are the ones that let them in.
In the dense amazon forests of Southwest Peru and Northwest Brazil lives the emperor tamarin (saguinus imperator). With a body length of 10 inches, an average weight of one pound and a 15” tail, these tiny primates are distinctively unique. Emperor tamarins have a black or grey coat with a brownish red chest and tail. They have claws on all of their fingers and toes with the exception of a great toe. This is covered with a nail. The tamarins have one distinguishing feature which is fitting to their name, a long white drooping mustache. These primates are diurnal and spend their days leaping about from tree to tree. The emperor tamarin has variety in their diet. They eat: plants, fruit, tree sap, small lizards,