We were all super thirsty so we went to go grab some coconuts and we cracked it open. Once we were done with that we set out to go find some help. It was really hard to find any help because we were on an island so we thought we might wait a bit. We were all also starting to get hungry, so we went to go hunt for food. We were looking around and we couldn 't find anything.
Orcas with different backgrounds and dialects are placed together without much thought about how this could affect them. A killer whale named Tilikum was placed in Sealand and he was expected to perform tricks that he had never done, and if he performed them incorrectly all of the whales were withheld food. “This annoyed the others, so they would rake him with their teeth, causing him to bleed” (Lewis). In the wild, when a dominant orca begins showing aggression the other orca has thousands of miles to swim away and flee the scene. However, these animals are in pools where they do not have that option.
There is a higher chance of getting struck by lightning or a vending machine falling on you than getting bitten by a shark. Another factor that goes along with this is that if a person does get bit it is only because the shark is curious and it mistakes you for a fish. Sharks will feel the vibration of you moving around in its lateral line. Sharks strictly feed off of any sea creature not humans, the shark will quickly realize you are not a sea creature when it does bite you and it will most likely go away. The shark myths that exist are all mainly false.
The idea of a shark coming up from the underneath and ripping off a limb or two is very terrifying. The use of the teeth is to give the audience the idea that this shark is harmful and will do anything to hurt anyone. Another example of how the designer used fear to drive emotions is by the use of darkness. Many of people are afraid of darkness, and in this poster, this huge shark is emerging out of the dark blue ocean showing that it is evil and mysterious. This poster for Spielberg’s film, Jaws, was innovative in many ways.
He gets frantic starts making comments like “are you insane?” and “we might as well fry them up now and serve them with chips!” The drop off commonly known for open water which is where fishermen take their boats to fish. This is also the area where Nemo gets taken by a scuba diver. Another example of this is when Marlin and Dory are on the hunt to find Nemo and a whale eats them. While they are in the whale’s mouth you can hear Marlin heavily breathing and he is frantically swimming up and down trying to find a way out. Something so simple as the sound of heavy breathing can completely change the mood of the scene and will make you understand the fear they are going through.
The film is full of editing by Verna Fields to intensify the emotional response of the audience. She uses continuity editing in the scene where Brody, Hooper, and Quint have to assemble the shark cage, so you get the idea without having to go into full detail. When Hooper is in the cage, actual shark footage taken by Ron and Valerie Taylor in South Australia is edited in. There are a lot of jump cuts that have been used to evoke the feelings of panic and fear in the viewer. For example, in the opening scene with Chrissie, you see the camera angle underwater looking up at Chrissie swimming with the glow of the moon above her.
Within the poem by Chua, the male fish is exclaiming all the things he would do for the other fish in the other bowl. “He would take her to the ocean, they could count the waves. There, in the submarine silence, They would share their deepest secrets. Dive for pearls,” (Chua, lines 12-16). In the predicament the fish is in he cannot provide his friend with what she desires.
Likewise, he demonstrates his discomfort about society’s acceptance of lobster’s pain and dismissal of their essence. However, in order to understand Wallace’s real intention in the essay, it is necessary to know his perspective towards modern society. By reading the Incarnation of Burned Children, it is possible to relate the society issues displayed, with considering the Lobster issues. The inability of lobsters, or the child, to communicate their pain of our careless acts is what disturbs Wallace. Therefore, he displays different examples to persuade the readers that society’s morality is corrupted and that the whole industry of boiling lobsters alive is accepted under a false premise that some animals are not deserving of protection, or are not ‘highly developed’ to feel pain.
He was worried to death. He first tried to yell for her but he didn’t get anything in return. Brog was the only thing that motivated Brock and now he was kicked out of the dome for nothing. But then Brock heard some splashing around in the water and Brog was running towards him with a fish in her mouth and there were several fish on the ground. Brock was surprised to see that Brog could catch that many fish on her own.
But that breath would have done him good to keep as he was flipped into the air and thrown into the water. As Odysseus took stock of his new surroundings he looked off to his right and saw the crystyl blue eye of the monster. Odysseus took all of his strength and punched the beast in the eye, and then swam as hard he could with his legs. Gray Eyed Athena watched in shock as the monster had the audacity to not only use the tactic of retreating into the water to its advantage but to also forgo the warning she had given it. After a few frantics minutes of Odysseus trying to flip the boat over, Gray Eyed Athena used her divine powers to stab the creature in the eye.