The experiment consisted of two sub-experiments that when synthesized together, successfully answered our main question. The first of the two sub-experiments focused on collecting data for the creation of a life table in which Daphnia magna were not in the presence of a predator such as Lepomis macrochirus, known in laymen’s terms as bluegill fish. The second of the two sub-experiments focused on collecting data for the creation of a life table as well, but this time the daphnia were subjected to an environment where bluegill fish were present. The collection of the data for the creation of the first lifetable without predation consisted of fourteen replicates or daphnia starting at age 3 and ending at varying ages depending on the mortality of each replicate group. The process for this portion of the experiment was identical for all fourteen replicates.
⦁ Squid: It depends on the species you are talking about, you can find squid in all major bodeis of water. Some will live in warm tropical waters and other will live in a cooler climate water. Most squid live in salt water but there are some that live in freshwater as well. ⦁ Oysters: They can live in a wide range of areas due to there strenght towards temperature, salinity, and concentrations of suspended sediments and dissolved oxygen. What problems will these animals have?
She describes the fish and their unique relationship using diction, imagery, and figurative language in order to convey her thoughts. The first two lines of the poem “I caught a tremendous fish and held him beside the boat” give readers a glimpse of both the setting and the connection between the poem and the title of the writing. Secondly, the next two lines show the reader that the speaker is speaking in present tense. Additionally, the personalization of the words “my hook” and “his mouth” shows readers both the reality of fishing and the interesting relationship between the fish and fisher. It 's not "a" hook in "its" mouth, it 's much more special than that.
There’s things deep down in the ocean so deep that light from the sun doesn’t even reach it. In this deep abyss, there lives fish we have come to call the Chimaera. These fish are found in the deep water where they hunt with their tooth plates which they use to grid into hard bodied prey. Today I will be giving you some information on Chimaeras to increase your knowledge on them and to understand
As we pulled up to the shore we spotted an inlet that I believed would lead towards the people that would know nothing of the sea. As we pulled in we noticed a ripple through the water; we were running low on water so we cast the nets in hope of finding some food. After a few miles of dragging the nets, we started to be pulled back towards the opening of the inlet as if we had caught a monster of the sea in our net. The men helped pull the net out of the water. As we pulled out the net we saw Cetus, a fishlike serpent.
Who doesn’t love going out to the sea to sail, or fish, or even go scuba diving? It’s fun, it’s relaxing, and it lets people explore and get to know the ocean by seeing all the sea creatures, such as dolphins, whales, and sharks. However, even if you love doing those activities, it’s of the upmost importance to keep track of the weather during the course of the day or week at which you will be out at the sea. In Nathaniel Philbrick’s In the Heart of the Sea, a whaling crew must tackle the forces of nature to survive, and part of it is battling harsh weather conditions. There are some cases in the novel where the men miscalculate the weather through inaccurate meteorology.
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. Now I’ll tell you some of the fish you can catch in freshwater. You can catch largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, yellow bass, rock bass, bass etc.
I see a peaceful, slightly uncomfortable, but enjoyable sail in beautiful clear water. Dorothy Allison implies that everyone sees something different in a painting and that “if we were to reveal what we see in each painting, sculpture, installation, or little book, we would run the risk of exposing our secret selves” (595). My “secret self” is one that lived on a boat in the crystal clear water of the Caribbean and sailed on the open ocean and stared at the waves when there was no one else around. Because of that I see this painting as a peaceful experience instead of one in rough sickening
The sky in the painting is almost as dark as the water with bluish grey clouds and is illuminated by a full moon. The water is navy blue and there are ripples in the water that indicate movement. The sky only takes up almost half of the painting while the siren occupies the rest. Despite the corrupt landscape, the siren’s face is filled with sorrow and hope while she swims through the dark water. Whilst swimming the siren carries a small vibrant flame in one palm.