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    Buck The Wild

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    This is a book that I will probably revisit someday. The way that it is written, the way the characters are portrayed, and the style of writing makes you feel as if you are reading a journal that one of the characters wrote. Well, that is probably what Jack London was trying to do, but the odd thing about this book is that you are not reading the inner dialogues of a human being. You are following the inner dialogue of a half Saint Bernard, half Scotch Shepherd dog named Buck. The story starts

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    The Southern Wild

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    Isle de Charles Doucet also known as “The Bath Tub” is a community separated from the levee where people learn to survive with the little or none at all access to the real world objects. Hushpuppy raised by only one parent, her father Wink (Dwight Henry) is loving but in a rough way and is determine to show her how to not only be brave and tough but also how to survive on her own. Fierce six-year-old Hushpuppy (Quvenzhane Wallis) is persistent to save not only her father but the only world she has

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    Into the Wild Timeline

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    May 12, 1990: Christopher McCandless graduates from Emory University with honors. He tells his parents he is going to spend the summer in his Datsun driving around the country. June 1990: Chris mails his final transcript to his parents and a short letter. This will be the last time they hear from him. July 6, 1990: At Lake Mead National Recreation Area in Nevada. July 10, 1990: Leaves his car on the side of the road after a flash flood. He gathers a backpack of items and sets out on foot. July–August

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    The Rise Of Wild Horses

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    land filled with wild horses running free has become threatened by the U.S. government that seems to have aligned itself with “Big Cattle”. Today, there are more American wild horses being held in facilities than currently in the wild. Since the 19th century, the number of wild horses free in the West has declined by 98%. The practices of removing American horses off public lands has decimated their numbers and raised taxpayer costs by $80,000,000 each fiscal year. Thousands of wild horses are being

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    Wild Bill Hickok

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    Wild Bill Hickok James Butler Hickok was born in Troy Grove, Illinois, on May 27, 1837. He is better known as Wild Bill Hickok. Wild Bill was most famous for his lethal gun skills, but he was also known for his professional gambling, being a town marshal and even trying his hand at show business. As a boy in rural Illinois, James became recognized as an outstanding marksman with the pistol. His parents, Abner and Eunice Hickok, were very religious people. They would make James wear a

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    No Wild Orcas in Entertainment

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    Imagine yourself living in a bathtub for 25 years and you could do absolutely nothing about it. Wild orcas, better known as killer whales have been captured to entertain audiences world wide at aquariums. The most popular location being Sea World. Growing up in Miami, I could not control my excitement when it came time to go visit Lolita the killer whale at the Miami Seaquarium. To be able to see such an amazing creature right in front of me was mind blowing. How amazing is it that you can be face

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    Importance Of Wild Life

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    i) Cultural value:- Wild life is a source of inspiration to poets and artists to compose poems and songs and to make paintings and sculptures. Many animals have contributed to idioms, proverbs and poems. In India the wildlife has a close connection with various religions also. 2.4 Causes of extinction of species:- There are various factors, which have contributed to the extinction of different species of flora and fauna. Some of the factors responsible for extinction of

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    In The Call of the Wild, by Jack London, Buck goes from thinking he is happy, to being truly happy. Buck starts his life with Judge Miller, thinking he is happy and satisfied with his life, until he meets John Thornton and is exposed to love and true joy. At the beginning of The Call of The Wild, London describes Buck’s life as a lavish, loving, and just overall great life; one that not many dogs get to experience. But the closer you look into detail and description, you can come to the conclusion

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    Asylums and Wild Beast As the stigma against the mentally ill grew, societies across the world began to remove them from the community. Insane asylums became the primary source of treatment for those with severe mental illnesses. While the intention was to alleviate the burden on society, these institutions were ramped with cruelty and mistreatment of those with mental illness. The cruelty endured by the mentally ill spanned well over a century and most of western society. Asylums locked up individual

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    Wild Horse Management

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    caballus). Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 2, 321-335. • Gorey, Tom, 2014.Wild Horse and Burro Quick Facts. blm.gov • Turner, J.W., Jr,; Kirkpatrick, J.F. 1982. Steroids, behavior and fertility control in feral stallions in the field. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility(Suppl.32):79-87. • Turner A, and JF Kirkpatrick 2002. Effects of immunocontraception on population, longevity and body condition in wild mares (Equus caballus). Reproduction (Suppl. 60): 187-195.

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