Nemo said that he would swim inside the net and tell all the other fish to swim down, but there was, however, one thing stopping them. Marlin. Nemo was able to convince his dad in letting him attempt this.This was the biggest decision Marlin had ever made. There was no way the old Marlin would let Nemo take this risk even if it was for Dory because it's simply too dangerous and with Nemo's bad fin, he wouldn't want to risk it. However, he learned to let go and believe that Nemo can do this and with Marlin's approval Nemo was suceeded in his plan and the fish, including Dory were freed.
Digger makes him feel like its partly his fault because he gave them the idea of drilling the holes in the kayak. Forgiving JT and Digger would be the first step toward forgiving himself. Finally, Brady needs to forgive himself for not shouting a warning to the red kayak. Brady feels like its his fault that Ben died because he did not warn the kayak earlier that day. Forgiving himself for listening to his friends and not cautioning the kayak is the only way Brady will be able to move on with his life.
Some of the thing that could have happened was he could of token the advice of his fellow men and turned away, but at the time he was blinded by hatred and addiction . He ended up killing almost all of his crew and himself in the proses of killing the whale, but at the end he did what he wanted to do and left almost sane and happy. In conclusion both of them did what they wanted to do but had to go through many task,(awake or not) but they both got through it. Some of the choices might have been bad but at the end they accomplished what they want their to
For example imagine you at home doing your own thing then out of nowhere an intruder comes in and kidnaps you and while that happens there will be consequences but in the end you will end up being shot, not a good thing to think about so we should think the same about sharks. Sharks are valuable in eco-tourism, people love sharks and will pay money to go to destinations to dive with them. If the government is killing sharks and getting little of the money compared to people around the world paying to see these sharks wouldn’t the government get more money? a lot of people love sharks, don’t see the point of killing
When Santiago finally catches the Marlin, he is proud of himself. He is looking forward to showing the boy and the other fishermen that he is still strong. Although when nature fought back he was only a man but felt he was in control. "I must hold his pain where it is, he thought. Mine does not matter.
It feeds on ectoparasites or dead tissue that it picks from the body and oral cavities/gills of these fish (e.g. ; Tangs or Groupers) in the wild or in the aquarium. This also helps to protect the fish from contracting diseases and infections. Many fish value its services so highly that they will allow it to clean the inside of their mouths, and not harm it. Some fish, though, such as Hawkfish, Lionfish, and some predatory shrimp and crabs may eat the Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimp.
Being sold again and again, the promises of being free and once free being questioned and beaten would test that statement and almost cause him to give up, but finding Christ and making his way back to London despite everything would once again show that he was a good omen to be true. Being a pioneer, as I see it, he sure took enough chances with his voyages alone and joining Captain Irving on his Polar expedition was enough for me to say he was an adventure junkie. The few key parts to me reading this book were his observations. Seeing the white man catch enough fish to keep them fed, yet throwing them back and
In this story, Edward said that he would have “gutted the fish to get the ring back. But by doing so I would have robbed my own son the chance to catch a fish this size”. He was trying to make it seem like he was ‘catching the fish’ for William. Personally, missing the birth of your son is not a good sign. You would think because he missed his son’s birth, he would try to make up for it and be a great father.
Ron confesses that he's not much of a fisherman, but answers some of Denver's curious questions about "how white people fish." He's surprised to hear about a certain phenomenon in which white people do what's called "catch-and-release fishing." He can't believe that someone would actually throw back perfectly good food. He then uses this as an illustration to explain how if Ron is only looking for a "catch-and-release" friendship, then he better consider looking elsewhere. Through their shared experiences, the two men begin to see the world through the other person's eyes and are changed for the better because of
How is the fish characterized? Is it simply a weak victim because it “didn’t fight”? Comment on lines 65-76. In what sense has “victory filled up” the boat, given the fact the speaker finally let the fish go? In this poem called “The Fish”, Elizabeth Bishop describes the experience of a man who caught a “tremendous fish” (1).