Bengal tiger Essays

  • Endangered Dogs Vs Dholes Essay

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    Dholes are wild dogs from Asia. They are very fantastic creatures in many ways. The Dhole is a wild dog, but there are three zoos that have packs of Dholes. They have the appetite of a bear that needs to fatten up for the winter there are many similarities and differences between wild dogs and tamed dogs including the Dhole. The Dholes however, are endangered animals and there are very few left in the wild. These wild dogs are very endangered, they are decreasing so much in population because of

  • Extinction Of Tigers Essay

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    I. Tigers exist in eleven countries throughout Asia such as in Malaysia, Vietnam, Laos Thailand and so on. II. The tiger is one of the most iconic animals on earth, but the largest of the big cats is on the brink of extinction. III. Unlike lions, leopards and cheetahs, tigers prefer to live in densely covered land where they can hide in tall grasses, camouflaged by their dark stripes, and ambush their prey. IV. Now, the tiger in Asia are increasingly threatened with extinction and an average life

  • Siberian Tiger Research Paper

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    organism i will be doing is a Siberian Tiger. The Siberian Tiger is the largest cat in the world. They have been around for many years and are closely related to lions, snow leopards, jaguars, and panthers. Tigers are apex predators that usually prey on deer. They are usually found in Asia. Some of the great adaptations that a tiger has striped fur, light filtering eyes, good hearing, sharp teeth, and sharp claws. The striped fur on the tiger helps the tiger blend in with its environment. The light

  • Pi's Benevolent Charity

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    The Bengal Tiger’s Benevolent Charity No birds, no insects, no squirrels; no beast to see except one adult Bengal tiger only a couple feet in front of point blank range. A sight horrid enough to shut down the throbbing of the heart, but also a sight benevolent enough to reassure one man in God. In the novel Life of Pi by Yann Martel, an adolescent named Piscine Patel, also known as Pi Patel, gets stranded on a lifeboat with no company except that of a Bengal tiger in the middle of the Pacific

  • Mahatma Gandhi Resilience Essay

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    How Mahatma Gandhi Has Influenced Me “Be the change you want to see in the world” -Mahatma Gandhi- Mahatma Gandhi is renowned for his work in the human rights field and for his efforts in bringing India to their independence. He courageously fought against the system and for the minority. He led protests, he began a national movement and he underwent hunger strikes to make sure that his opinions and the opinions of millions of others were heard. He gave up the great opportunities he was given to

  • Compare And Contrast The American And French Revolution

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    The Revolutionary War     The American and French Revolutionary Wars impacted our society in many ways. They both have similarities and differences. In this paper comparisons and differences will be explained. Some famous documents that will be compared and differed is the American Constitution, Bill of Rights, and The Declaration of the Rights of Man.     The American Revolution started because of the tension with the british government and the American colonies. The Americans were under the rules

  • Behind The Beautiful Forever Katherine Bou Analysis

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    Katherine Boo’s Stereotypical Delineation of Contemporary India in Behind the Beautiful Forever: Life, Death and Hope in a Mumbai Under city Abstract The Western writing about India has always been a grotesque and is the common trend right from the day of Britain rule in India. This trend is still continuing in this 21st Century. Britain had lost its hold on Indian subcontinent in 1940’s and there persists the interest in viewing India

  • Essay On African Lion

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    groups, which are known as prides. Prides can consist of as little as only three creatures, and up to more than forty. They are one of the four larger cats in the family of genus Panthera, being the second largest within the cat species, after the tiger. Habitat Lions are mainly found in Africa, but can also be found in areas such as Asia and India. They favour conditions that are similar to the Sahara desert in Africa where it is extremely hot and dry. The animal usually forms their home n dens

  • Lynx Research Paper

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    A lynx is any of the four species within the Lynx genus of medium-sized wild cats. The name "lynx" originated in Middle English via Latin from the Greek word λύγξ, derived from the Indo-European root leuk- ("light, brightness") in reference to the luminescence of its reflective eyes. A lynx’s keen vision earns this cat legendary status in the myths of many cultures. In Greek, Norse, and North American myths, the lynx sees what others can’t, and its role is revealing hidden truths. The lynx

  • Essay About Ocelot

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    actually a wildcat, being about twice the size of a house cat on average. The word ocelot originates from the word “tlalocelot” which is an Aztec word that translates to field tiger. They are also referred to as painted leopards and dwarf leopards, however in real fact they are more closely related to the small cats as compared to tigers and leopards. They have a unique pattern with dark spots on their coats. One characteristic that sets this cat apart from other cats is that the ocelot does not avoid water

  • Tiger Salamander: Native Species

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    Tiger Salamander – Native Species Description: Tiger salamanders can be brown, to greenish or gray in color. They usually have brilliant yellow stripes or dots, or brown splotches over the length of their bodies, while some may have no markings at all. Range: They are found throughout most of the United States, the southern part of Canada, and eastern Mexico. Habitat: They prefer to live in deep burrows that are near ponds, lakes, or slow-moving streams. Food Habits: They feed at night on worms

  • Persuasive Essay On Exotic Animals

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    The childhood dream of owning a pet monkey or tiger is a common one, but that’s all that owning an exotic animal should be: a dream. Over 10,000 exotic animals are trafficked into the United States each year, a multi-million-dollar industry on the black market. Owning a wild animal may seem fun and exciting, but with the ownership of such a creature, dangerous consequences follow. The ownership of an exotic animal not only puts the owner 's life at risk, but the animal 's and the environments. There

  • Persuasive Speech On Endangered Animals

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    Have you ever thought about which animals are near extinction or endangerment ? Have you looked them up? How many are left? Which ones have been removed? Do you know why they are going endangered? Have you heard what a dodo is? Well yeah it’s extinct. Do you know why? Do you know why it’s important to save an endangered animal? Well I have looked up the list of animals. I put them in groups. I found which animals were critically, endangered, vulnerable, and removed. I also looked up how many of

  • Pros And Cons Of Zoo Animals

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    The ferocious yell of a tiger. The powerful cry of an elephant. The mighty roar of the gorilla. All attractions that lead to people visiting their local zoos in hopes of seeing these magnificent creatures in action. However, there’s nothing fascinating about these creatures behind bars. The cruel imprisonment of animals for human entertainment has led to a plethora of problems that not only violate the rights of the animal but the morale of humanity. Regardless of how well cared for and loved the

  • Poaching: Causes Of The Tiger Population

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    When you imagine a tiger, what probably comes to mind is the fierce and majestic beast at the very top of the food chain. They seem like there is nothing that can bring them down, and they rule over all the animals in the entirety of Asia. Just under a century ago, that picture would be mostly accurate. But now humans are hunting these striped creatures into near extinction, and their loss of habitat makes their revival very unlikely. If something isn’t done to stop this, tigers will become nothing

  • Red Panda Speech

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    The red panda; a species somewhat sizeable than a domestic cat; is currently an endangered species. The red panda has a body type similar to one of a bear with fur that is thick with a rustic colour. They also have a lengthly, shaggy tail for balance and for warmth during the seasons with lower temperatures. The red panda is an omnivore. Its diet consists predominantly of bamboo, about 95%; which is very atypical for a mammal. They occasionally feed on insects, fruits, and small organisms, including

  • Monogamy And Polygamy

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    Introduction Monogamy is rare in mammals. About 3-5% percent of mammals are considered monogamous, while 90% of avian species are monogamous (Choleris, Pfaff and Kavaliers, 2013). One may wonder why there are different mating systems in different species. This paper will discuss the role of hormones in relation to monogamy and polygamy. Research by Elmen and Oring (1977) has found that one of the reasons for differing mating systems is the ability of a segment of the population to monopolize the

  • The Pros And Cons Of Wildlife Protection

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    There are several legislations governing wildlife protection in United State. Among them are Endangered Species Act of 1973 (ESA), Lacey Act 1900, Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA), Eliminate, Neutralize and Disrupt (END) Wildlife Trafficking Act. US is also a signatory to Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). The widely recognized and best-known wildlife protection law in US is the ESA which has currently listed approximately 2,300 species including foreign species.

  • Essay On Sifaka

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    Hi! I am a Propithecus candidus commonly known as silky sifaka an extremely rare and mostly threatened species of lemur in Madagascar, believed to only have less than 250 mature individuals (IUCN Redlist, 2014). Before we were thought to be an albino of the Propithecus diadema or diademed sifaka because we are so much alike in appearance. But through laboratory researches it has been proven that we are not albinos of the diademed sifakas and so we are given a different name (Pieczenik, 2014). Although

  • Chris Mccandless The Wild Analysis

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    It was 1965 and Evel Knievel had just landed a 90-foot crate filled with 50 rattlesnakes and 2 lions. Although this jump was one of his stunts that left him unharmed other than a sprained ankle, it put others at risk. During his landing, the back tire of his motorcycle had hit the edge of box and allowed some of the snakes to escape. The audience that was watching Knievel’s stunt were terrified and had to run away in order to avoid the snakes. Despite knowing the risks of this stunt, he continued