You might think that it was the Loch Ness monster. Some people think that it’s just a myth but others believe that it’s real. The Loch Ness monster is a fascinating myth that has stumped many scientist around the world. In the deep waters of the Loch ness lake in Scotland
These predators are cold blooded animals which explains why they are located in the at the shallow part of the ocean where their is hardly sun. great white sharks extinct because of humans are killing this species because of their vicious attacks against us. Human are not in the menu of a shark sometimes surfers float on water and sharks think it is food and attack. In some cases sharks are being extinct because of the enviorment where they lives. Remember they live in water and the water is polluted and that affects them alot because they could die.
a.) According to Dr. Lerh Brisbin of the University of Georgia, There is absolutely no evidence for the existence of any kind of “locking mechanism” unique to the structure of the jaw and/or teeth of the American Pit Bull Terrier. B.) Another myth about pit bulls is that they eventually turn on their owners. 1.)
Kennewick Man The prehistoric man found on a bank of the Columbia River in Washington is now known as the Kennewick Man. Throughout the last fifteen years the Kennewick Man has been discussed and disputed about very much. Even with all the information we have about this man there are many unanswered questions and unknown facts about the Kennewick Man. On the other hand, there is a lot of information on this historic man that is very interesting. William Thomas and David Deacy found the Kennewick Man on July 28, 1996.
Again this theory is very unlikely because it does not match all of the skeleton remains with evidence from hard physical labor on almost every skeleton. There are so many theories of what could have happened. Another was that they used large levers to lift them. They question is how would they get such a big lever and how would they tip it down? No one can tell you, that is why I don’t exactly agree with that.
Alan Rosa Fowler AP Language August 1, 2013 Analysis of: “End the Killer Whale Circus” In the editorial “End the Killer Whale Circus”, the LA Times Editorial Board writes about the recent death of Dawn Brancheau who died while performing an orca show in Orlando. They question the causes for the death and other deaths of performers by orcas. The orca, Tilikum, had been involved in 3 deaths of his trainers. The writers of this editorial bring up the documentary ‘Blackfish’ which shows when Tilikum was taken from his mother and in what kind of cages he was tossed around in. The editorial board believes that these animals do not feel the love that their trainers might have for them.
The reason I failed to respond to this post is that no procedure in my experience, other than the third method, would be within the realm and ability of a layman. Sourcing the chemicals and materials required, or attempting to begin a dermestid colony could me a major undertaking on its own. Re-assembly of the skeleton, particularily that of a young boid, would be the worst jigsaw puzzle experience one can imagine. Following Stephen's directions would serve your purpose, but if it is a snake skeleton you desire, I recommend the following: Einstein's Emporium sells a complete, mounted snake skeleton, albeit not your boa, or even a member of that family. The skeleton is a complete assembly mounted on an attractive wooden base with a formed, clear acrylic dust cover for $64.95.
2. THERE ARE NO CONSISTENT TRENDS IN EVOLUTION: In the evolution of sharks, we clearly see that there are no consistent trends in their evolution from the beginning of their existence, they are a species that are always changing or evolving as mentioned in the previous example. This is why we see the diverse amount of species of the shark family all over through the ages both prehistoric and present. And can clearly see the branching out of the species from is simplest form to various other forms, the branching of the shark family can be seen
In both situations, while there was no way to predict that the whales would damage the vessels, there were also no precautions taken in case they did. Though the whale attack is admittedly a near impossible circumstance, the crew also had no plan established in the event of a wreck. They had no way to contact anyone for help, nor any knowledge of how to survive on the islands. Had the crew been better prepared, the tragedy may not have been so
A similar discovery was made of a whole ecosystem of invertebrates surviving from chemoautotrophic bacteria in a cave that had been completely sealed from the outside world for more than a million years (Sarbu et al. 1996). The surprising discoveries warped science’s perceptions of the boundaries of life’s existence. After many drill sites found uncontaminated samples of microbes in numbers equivalent to surface populations, hundreds of metres under the ocean floor, the hypothesis of a deep prokaryotic biosphere seemed likely reality (Petersen 2005). The implications of this biosphere are potentially as vast as the biosphere itself.