The people who are attracted to this water monster are not always tourists, many scientists have spent years in Loch Ness trying to prove the creature; they have never found any evidence of the creature. Although many people believe that the Loch Ness Monster is real, it can be shown that the creature is in fact imaginary, through scientific evidence in relation to the marine life found in Loch Ness and statements from people who have photographed Nessie. The legendary Loch Ness Monster, is what Scotland is most known for, besides bagpipes and kilts. The Loch
The Plesiosaur is a large reptile, that became extinct 65 million years ago. The Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie, is a mythical creature first discovered 86 years ago. Nessie being a species that died 65 million years ago… It doesn’t make any sense. With minimal research, you can find that there is a lot of facts to prove that Nessie is not a plesiosaur. If Nessie was a plesiosaur, we would be able to see her, we would find evidence like bones, and plesiosaurs can’t even live in Loch Ness.
The reading passage argues that the sea cow extinct in 1768 and provides three possible theories for their extinction. However, the professor explains that true cause of extinction is still unknown and there are problems with the argument by the passage and he repudiates each of the author 's reasons. At first, the reading passage posits that over-hunting of native people for food in that period is the primary reason for the extinction of sea cow. In contrast, the lecturer refutes this ratiocination by imparting that sea cow was an enormous animal with 9-meter length and about 10 tons weight. A small sea cow would be sufficient for the survival of the natives for months and they did not need to hunt a lot of these animals for food.
Usually mythology has meaning or a reason to be created, like dragons were most likely inspired by people discovering dinosaur bones and were exaggerated to breathe fire which could be understandable since they found giant monsters that they had no idea what it could be. Also with mermaids which were most likely inspired by manatees, this is thought because during Christopher Columbus’s travels he said he saw three mermaids in the water and wrote about In his journal and this is what was written: "On the previous day [8 Jan 1493], when the Admiral went to the Rio del Oro [Haiti], he said he quite distinctly saw three mermaids, which rose well out of the sea; but they are not so beautiful as they are said to be, for their faces had some masculine traits." And also manatees and dugongs are known to do “tail stands” out of the water and they are able to turn their heads and have arm and hand like bone
In my five paragraph essay I will show my evidence and reasons to prove my side. Then I will show evidence of people that say the Iditarod is animal cruelty. Iditarod dog sled racing is not a form of animal cruelty or animal negligence. My first piece of evidence is only 142 dogs have died since 1973 (Gerken). That is a very very low number because each year approximately 2.7 million animals are euthanized (For veterinarians, Iditarod is all about the sled dogs).
It seems common, that when someone claims that a monster with extraordinary strength is real, they instantly lose all credibility. Many people devote their entire lives to finding these monsters, or chasing legends, but end up no closer than when the began. These creatures are similar and their differences are found in different cultures. Sasquatch is typically larger than Yeti, Sasquatch is more of an American legend while Yeti is said to be near Nepal, and, while they are both known for being wild, Sasquatch is typically more violent. There are several different descriptions in the lores about Sasquatch, Bigfoot, Yeti, and the Abominable Snowman.
There is hyperbole in almost every sentence in Dave Barry’s “Science: It’s Just Not Fair” The two examples I chose are the paragraph about the display board. The first being, “This is a big white board that you fold into three sections, thus giving it the stability it needs to collapse instantly when approached by humans”(307). “The international scientific community does not recognize any scientific discovery that does not have an Official Science Fair Display Board teetering behind it; many top scientists fail to win the Nobel Prize for exactly this reason. Anyone, no matter the age, who has ever had to participate in a science fair can relate to the first
If scientist were to diagnose how to correctly predict earthquakes it would lessen the amount of deaths greatly. As the article says, “People still die in stunning numbers when the ground beneath their feet begins to shake. Almost always it’s not the earthquake that kills them but their collapsing houses, offices, stores and schools…” This shows that Achenbach, the author, is saying that by not moving forward in finding a way to predict these quakes , they 're only making the problem worse. Kerry Sieh is convinced he can help break the cycle of calamity using science. Sieh states, “ He has heard the refrain that earthquakes are chaotic and unpredictable.
Macomber has volunteered to come to the camp in order to kill animals for pleasure and to better his shot for his own game hunting purposes. Aristotle believes that courage is not something that you learn by habit, when Macomber is first scared by the lion his instincts are to run and not face what is coming at him. “Macomber had not thought how the lion felt as he got out of the car. He only knew his hands were shaking and as he walking away from the car it was almost impossible for him to make his legs move (pg15).” By the end of the story once he is betrayed by his wife he is able to muster up the courage to kill a buffalo, but it is only after he fails and
There have been treasure hunts in an attempt to find all of these treasures. However, the locations are written in a way that makes it difficult for anyone to find it without having personal knowledge. An example of this is "in the salt pit that is under the steps: forty-one talents of silver. In the cave of the old washer 's chamber, on the third terrace: sixty-five ingots of gold" (Holloway). Many adventurers have decided to ignore the treasure hunt performed by John Allegro in which he turned up with no luck and perform a treasure hunt of their own.
The reading states that a huge marine animal known as Steller`s sea cow had been became extinct, and provides three reasons of support. However, the professor explains that no one know why this creation became extinct, and refutes each of the author`s reasons. Firstly, the passage claims that the extinction of sea cows were because of over hunting that made from native Siberian. Although, the professor refutes this by saying these creations were massive in weight, moreover native Siberian were not big population. Therefore they did not have to catch a lot of them in order to feed them.
For several hours, the dog’s death was a mystery. When Mr. Burke dialed 911 after Duke collapsed and slid down a grassy bank, he told responding officers he thought the wounds on its head were made by bullets. But police officials said investigators found no weapons or ballistic evidence. A necropsy conducted on Wednesday afternoon by the chief medical examiner of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals confirmed the dog had not been shot, but, rather, suffered from an enlarged heart, a finding that surprised Mr. Burke. “It looks like it may be natural causes,” said a police official, speaking on the condition of anonymity as the investigation was continuing.
Can you imagine yourself being relative to someone who lived thousands of years ago? A man named Ötzi who was discovered who was found dead in the mountains of germany by two innocent hikers 24 years ago. After his body was taken to a lab they discovered many interesting things that confused many archaeologists. They even had to go back and change textbooks! SInce then they don’t what clues to the past he might reveal.
These incidents have ranged from lunging at control trainers to full on attacks. This raises the question, “Is it safe for people to be in the water with these animals?” The evidence clearly says no. Parks with orcas have been dealing with this ever since they started keeping orcas captive, and the intensity of these incidents have been increasing. Whenever these events would occur at a SeaWorld park, the orca trainers at other parks would be given very little information about the incident, or they were not told at all. When SeaWorld first acquired bull whale Tilikum, he had already had one trainer death on his record.
The Baylor Religion Survey taken in 2007 came out as only 16% saying he absolutely is real, 44% says he’s probably not real, and 40% says an absolute no,( Tracking the Belief of Bigfoot) and those 84% of people wouldn’t be wrong by thinking so. Here are some more reasons why many people believe he’s not real. Many species each year are discovered, and most, are microorganisms and tiny insects. There are thousands of normal people looking for Bigfoot all the time, there are clubs dedicated to looking for him, even T.V. shows.