People who register through Florida’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission have the ability to hunt and kill the snakes, but for a good cause. Reference 3 explains the good cause, “Scientists fear the invasive species might wipe out certain native mammals. Raccoons, rabbits, foxes and even the Florida panther could all be at risk”. This is a chance to keep the species under control and return the Everglades back to its original environment. Hunting of the burmese pythons is also quite enjoyable for some residents of South Florida who are willing to do what they can to help the environment thrive again.
First of all, human is very vulnerable comparing to tiger, bear, and other animals in the wild. However, God is very fair. He not only gives tiger and bear the sharp claws, big teeth, and strong muscle, but also gives human strong memory that allows our ancestors to remember where food grows and where threats lurk, which increases their chance of survive. Moreover, memory makes us consciously aware. It helps our characteristics to form, helps us to read and speak, and help us to be different from any other animals in the
Gorillas in the Mist is a nonfiction about Diane Fossey’s adventure when she leaves the United States for Africa, where she gets fascinated about gorillas of Uganda and Rwanda. This book provides you perception into a gorilla’s world by getting you familiar with each gorilla group she studies to whom you soon become instantly attached. Since the Gorillas’ behaviors are very similar to those of the humans, it makes the reader think the book is just about humans. The book did have a significant impact on me because a couple years ago I watched a documentary about the extinction of gorillas and learned that they kill 7-8 gorillas just to take on baby gorilla to an european zoo and the effect of this is that there's only a couple hundred left.
The consumers are cassowary, insects, ulysses, butterflies, whichetty grub, spotted cuscus, sugar glider, goanna, azure kingfisher, and feral pigs. Cassowaries eat the reptiles and the crocodiles eat the platypuses. Estuarine Crocodile is one of the well known species in Daintree. According to the article titled Fauna of the Daintree Rainforest. (n.d.) this creature continues to be a threat to visitors who are unaware of the dangers associated with swimming among them.
We are at the very top of the food chain for a reason and humans are throwing it off. My kind balance the food chain and keep other populations steady. Sharks are so cool that we have incredible senses such as the ones humans have and additional ones. They include detecting electric fields and even vibrations. Our sense of smell is amazing too that we are able to smell blood 3 miles away.
Members of the Sharkism religion pray by facing and, at appropriate times, bowing to the fin of a Great White Shark. A fin that is displayed on the central altar of a Sharkism temple is embalmed and preserved according to Sharkism religious practices remains ritually pure for about a year. After the year has passed, the previous fin must be replaced by a new fin in the same manner. Due to the Great White Shark being an endangered animal species, the state of New Jersey had enacted a statute known as the Great White Shark Act. The statute made it a crime--punishable by a $5,000 fine and/or up to one year in prison--to purchase, sell, or possess a Great White Shark or any body part thereof.
Even though very few people have the chance to encounter nature up close, it still has the potential to teach us valuable lessons about life. In Annie Dillard’s “Living Like Weasels,” nature shows her the necessities of life and living on instinct. Dillard believes that living based on instinct is the superior way of life. I believe her philosophy can play a great role in an individual's life. However, I believe that humans should not ignore their intellectual sides.
Representatives of this hierarchical status may argue that it is beneficial to have inequality. As Wright and Rodgers express, no one is going to hustle and no one is going to be motivated without inequality, thus resulting in the destruction of the society (2011). As represented in the cartoon, each fish is subjected to the same rules and environmental necessities with the indication of the same basic needs of hunger. Fair play, in this case, does not take the size of the fish into account. Therefore the big fish, with the greatest power, size, and resource, is satisfied with the already existing and functioning culture.
The power of reason is our strongest, and it is what has enabled us to dominate the Earth. The power to overcome our environment and other creatures with more physical prowess but lesser mental capabilities is nothing to be scoffed at. However, the ability to reason and how much we apply it may be hurting us. Another similar fact about humans is that we can rationalize anything – considering a problem from any and every angle, how to overcome roadblocks with it, the current circumstances and the implications for the future – and in many cases this power is used for good. The problem with rationalization is its ability to make wrong things seem right, and right things seem wrong.
Additionally, they are devious escape artists, known to jump or dig under fences. They are not known to frequently bark although they may sometimes howl. They are very friendly, seeming not to fully grasp the concept of strangers, and will enthusiastically greet them, making them not suited to being watchdogs. (9)As they are pack animals they need an owner who is assertive and will be the leader of the pack, although they will test boundaries every so often, as they are intelligent, they are trainable but will only listen if they see the human is stronger minded than they