Animal Problems These places like trenches are originally not designed for shelter; instead these kinds of places are perfect homes for small disgusting-looking animals such as rats. When soldiers start to make shelter, rat's holes begin disappearing and that made them angry and start to disturb soldiers,
The predator, which is an eagle, the rats hide in mud; The eagle is able to see the white rats and eats them, that is an advantage to brown rats. Disruptive selection means that natural selection is in favor of the average general individual in a group of organisms. An example of disruptive selection can be where there are white and black rabbits. Their offspring are grey, in the area where they live there are white and black rocks which they use to hide from their predators, this only benefits white and black rabbits. However, grey rabbits will have a greater chance to get eaten.
Winston’s fear of rats is in substance a psychological fear of what he takes to be the greatest evil – self-betrayal, betrayal of others , ratting or being a rat in general . When he sees the rats, he abandons the last piece of him left that holds onto independent thoughts. I believe that the rats broke Winstons spirit but what I also believe is that the rats play a symbolic role in this novel. Rats represent fear and corruption, they carry diseases and thrive on human garbage, they portray a realistic picture of torment, The rat is in company with death and betrayal. Winstons universe is filled with humans who act like and are treated like rats.
Jem describes his image of Boo, “..Six and a half feet tall,....he dined on raw squirrels and cats he could catch, that 's why his hands are bloodstained-if ate an animal raw you could never wash the blood off. There was a long jagged scar that ran down the side of his face: What teeth he had were yellow and rotten: his eyes popped, and he drooled most of the time.”(Lee 16) Boo is judged like a monster even though Jem and Scout have actually seen him before. Boo is a mockingbird because he is treated like a monster even though he remains unseen. As the story goes on we get to meet our first encounter with Boo. Boo is the mysterious savior who killed Bob Ewell to save Jem and Scout.
There is also a horror scene when Veronica has a nightmare of giving birth a huge worm which is the baby of Seth Brundle and Veronica. In this scene, we can clearly see the huge worm is bloody and with a scary look. In the ending of this film, Stathis was holding a shotgun and breaks into Seth's lab, but Seth distorts him with his corrosive vomit. This scene had shown a creepy and nausea horror scene to the audience (Gerardo Valero, 2014). These sort of movies are considered to be low cultural status, yet they exist in excess and are also prevalent that the observer may see that the body is "got up to speed in a practically automatic mimicry of the feeling or vibe of body on the screen".
One of them is that they release a big amount of hair. They are very destructive and very scratchy animals.I don't know if this is a bad thing but they are very curious, that's when the phrase ‘'Curiosity killed the cat'' because most of the time cats are very curious in dangerous things. They play with cables and things that look like toys and most of the time, destroy them. They pee in random places just to mark territory and their poop smells ten times more than dogs poop. It's awful believe me.
The butler then cut his limbs off one by one and put them under the floorboards, this gives a sinister and menacing mood during the story. In Don’t ask jack the kids were going insane as there was a talking and moving toy. The toy had a small or no personality during the day but at night he was scary and created a menacing and sinister mood. In the Sandman the parent wanted to get food for his children. The food was the little boys eyes.
Should Using Animals in the Circus Be Banned? By: Giselle Angelique 10A Did you know that tigers naturally fear fire? All of us have a certain fear, it can be anything, clowns, darkness, and insects, phobias that can haunt us at night and scare us to death. Well, tigers are particularly scared of fire. It’s in their nature.
Hop Frog was a “cripple” so the conflict also helped the reader understand how bad they wanted to get out of that castle. Since Hop frog was a cripple he had to climb with his hands to get out. The King hurt trippetta plenty on times, which built up anger and anguish towards the King. Obviously, for them to set the king on fire they of had to been completely angry about it. Poe is one of the authors that used the conflict to bring the characters further into the
Zounds, a dog, a rat, a mouse, a cat to scratch a man to death! A braggart, a rogue, a villain that fights by the book of arithmetic!” (3.1.67-70) This statement proves that even though Mercutio is badly hurt, he is still picking and mocking; this means he is looking for a fight. With the right guidance, Mercutio would know better than to continue this rude behavior and back
RATS, yes even in the man-made trenches of which to protect the soldiers from the enemy also became a home to these disgusting, cat sized, evil, and naked faced rats, who fed off of the dead and or fallen troops of the war and they soldier 's bread making them be more cautious on where they put their bread because of the hideous rats. As if rats weren 't enough excluding the war, the storm-troops came in contact with harsh weapon machinery, it being so bad that if you were hit you 'd fly back and an arm shot off and leaving the victim hanging on barbed wire entanglement, and these were just some of the horrible things that happened. In conclusion, the rats and new machinery just caused more problem for the soldiers during the war, making it even more
Rats acted as vectors as they carried the infected fleas into the cities. One factor that influenced the spread was that in 1350 hygiene was inadequate and often food and faeces were left in the streets this meant that the cities ect was teeming with rats as they had an appropriate food source and habitat. Humans lived alone side rats but since the rats carried the fleas the fleas would bite the people who lived there thus infecting them. The next factor is that the rats began to die of the plague so household pets or other animals started feeding on them thus becoming infected. Since pets were becoming more common they had access to the household.
Death was almost inevitable due to the kill-all order if the Americans were to win the war, the grotesque conditions the camps were under with rats everywhere, “climbing up his waste basket and wallowing in his urine pail, waking him at night by skittering over his face” (Hillenbrand 187), and the “floor was a thin [straw mat], which would be his bed, with three paper sheets… The walls were flimsy, the floorboards gaped, the ceiling was tarpaper” (Hillenbrand 199). Not to mention that the guards, wanting nothing but the suffering of the enemy internees, would beat the POWs with “such intensity that many of us wondered if we’d ever live to see the end of the war” (Hillenbrand 200). On the other hand, even though Manzanar was completed, “although finished was hardly a word for it. The shacks were built of one thickness of pine planking covered with tarpaper” (Houston 20), the intentions of the camp were as good as they could be considering the circumstances. “The Caucasian servers were thinking that the fruit poured over rice would make a good desert.” (Houston 20) The restrictions differed greatly in each camp endured as well.
Rats, roaming the streets, full of gutter and trash, the rats had fleas that were like they were trapped and trying to become free, but it was pretty easy to do so. The fleas would jump off the rats onto humans, causing people 's skin to turn blacker than the sky at night; people were dying numerously, it was said at the time that it was caused by bad smell, and cured by bathing, but it wasn’t. Not only did people at the time have what was known as “ The black plague” but on top of that children were getting chicken pox and dying, cholera which also people thought at the time was from bad smell, but was actually the disgusting, used, water people would drink. It was awful to have a disease in Victorian Britain. Diseases in Victorian Britain and what the diseases were, how they were thought to be cured, how they actually were cured, and how it was like for people who had the disease is what I am talking about.
When cornered, rattlers feverishly shake their iconic tails as a last warning to back off. Rattles are made of loosely attached, hard, hollow segments. Snakes add a new rattle segment each time they shed. However, rattles break off frequently, and snakes may shed their skin several times a year, so it is not possible to determine a snake 's age by its rattle size.Diamondback venom is a potent hemotoxin that kills red blood cells and causes tissue damage. Bites are extremely painful and can be fatal to humans.