Spielberg used other means to compensate for the shark 's absence. For example, he uses the shark 's point of view accompanied by the film 's score to create the illusion of the shark 's presence. In other scenes he employs simple tactics like showing only the shark 's fins, or the disappearance of the dog right before the attack of Alex Kitner. The scene with the fishermen on the dock is another example, when the shark rips the dock apart you are still able to see where the shark is because of the attached dock. Parallel editing is used in this scene to show what both fishermen are doing at the same time.
Lobsters use these claws to help them find their favorite foods, like snails, clams and crabs. Can you imagine what life would be like with two different sized hands? 1. What do you think it would be like to have a skeleton on the outside of your body? 2.
Amoebas are also rarely found in the soil and sometimes they do go inside a animal body like a parasite. Under the microscope the amoeba looks like a big grey, clear, black, brown, green, some red, oozing blob. But the body actually is more complicated than
The Reflection Paper on the “Sharkwater” The Sharkwater is a documentary created by Rob Stewart in 2006. The movie raises an important question about the survival of sharks, one of the most ancient creatures on the planet. It makes people look on these creatures from different point of view. I cannot say I treated sharks only like monstrous characters from films like Jaws or Sharknado before I saw this documentary. But it made to think more about the fate of these animals.
Scientists were able to follow a Hammerhead shark, and saw all of these things that they were curious about. These tags were monitoring the temperature of water and light level. Although these scientists were not going to be monitoring for that long, they still were able to get enough information about hammer
I am going to tell you all about whale sharks’ adaptations. First, whale sharks diet is that they do not attack They do eat shrimp. Second, there habitat is in the warmer areas. Some have been spotted in the cooler warters. Last there habits they are solitary creatures.
Do you know why scientists study animal eating behaviors? In this essay you will learn why and how Scientist study the eating behaviors of hummingbirds and sleeper sharks and what they learned. Scientist study the eating behaviors of hummingbirds and sleeper sharks because Scientists think that they are interesting animals. According to, A New Look at Hummingbirds,”Now we know that the beak also has a special way to open extra wide…”This reveals that he would have to be interested in hummingbirds in order to do research, ask a question and answer it. In the text, The mystery of the Sleeper Shark it states,” A team of Scientist led by Dr. George Benz is working to find out whether the sharks may actually hunt live seals”.This demonstrates
Cephalopods, such as limpets and octopuses, played a significant role to help us understand how animals build their own civilizations. Martin Wells, the author of “Civilization and Limpet”, provided a series of factors throughout the essay to guide the readers, also presented the core of how civilization works by the contrasting the human to the cephalopods. Wells first investigated about limpets, finding a probable answer to explain how limpets could return to the exact spot after several hours through the mucus tracking method. He then went in detail of how animals like other insects, birds, and octopuses, use different navigation methods to track and communicate. He went on and provided the readers with more informations about octopuses
Based on its characteristics, the Megalodon and the Great White sharks are related, but are not direct descendents. Theories for its extinction are the decrease of temperature in the water and its prey migrating into colder waters. However, some refuse to accept that the Megalodon shark is extinct. They believe the shark migrated to lower waters and feed upon undiscovered creatures. We will not know until we go down in the deepest depths of the oceans, discover a fresh “megatooth”, or have a
The kingdom Animalia has a broad variety of members, such as the earthworm, the lion, and the jellyfish, who belong to different classes and are, therefore, placed all over the spectrum regarding complexity. By comparing the various body systems of these classes, it can be concluded that the Mammalia class is the most advanced. The earthworm, which is a member of the Clitellata class, is very primitive in regards to its respiratory system. The earthworm does not have a specialized system for respiration, but rather relies on diffusion to absorb oxygen. It does so by keeping its outer layer of skin moist so the oxygen can pass through easily.