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    Vegeterianism

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    “The human species did not evolve as carnivores or meat eaters” (37). It is seen that carnivores are anatomically different than those of herbivores. Meat eaters have well developed canine teeth, digestive juice with higher level of hydrochloric acid, long and larger digestive tract with well developed paws to hunt the prey, where as herbivores are physically different from these characteristics. These anatomical differences between herbivores and carnivores suggest that humans are created as non

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    Lean Mean Vegan Machine

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    why human beings are not supposed to be meat eaters. When comparing humans to other carnivores the differences are extremely Knopp-Sargoni 2 noticeable. Most people do not enjoy killing animals with their bare hands and ripping apart its raw flesh and eating it straight away. They do not think about killing and eating prey all day long, and does the thought of a dead animal make your mouth water. For real carnivores all of it is true. However, for most humans the sight of fresh blood and intestines

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    producers for energy. The second trophic level, also known as the first order heterotrophs are the herbivores. These animals are then eaten by carnivores, this is the third tropic level or the second order heterotrophs. The third order heterotrophs contain animals that eat other animals in the third trophic level. Additionally, levels containing carnivores my also contain omnivores. The last level contains organisms that feed on decaying organisms, which are the decomposers and

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    National Security: At What Price

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    National Security: At What Price Never has information played a more important role in society than it does today. The advent of the Internet has made the distribution and collection of information easier and faster than ever before. Today, the Internet is used for communications, shopping, management, and even financial transactions. Despite the slowing economy, recent years have seen a large increase in Internet usage by corporations, and research indicates that this trend will likely continue

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    Being a Vegetarian

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    incidence of heart disease, as well as cancer, before meat consumption increased. There is also reason to believe that humans have naturally evolved to be herbivores, rather than carnivores. Human teeth resemble the teeth of other herbivores, and human intestinal tracts are long, unlike the short intestines found in carnivores. What is natural is usually healthier, and people who become vegetarians frequently report a feeling of increased energy and well being. There are also environmental and economic

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    indigestible part for waste. There are three types of digestive system, monogastric (carnivore and omnivores), hind gut fermenter and a ruminant. Monogastric includes animals such as pigs, dog. An example of an animal which is a hind gut fermenter is a horse, rabbit and an example of ruminant is a cow. Comparison of a carnivore and a hindgut fermenter: The hindgut fermenter has a very similar digestive system to the carnivore but the hindgut fermenter has to digested large amounts of fibre and difficult

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    diverse, as feeding techniques can vary depending on the animal as well as the kind of environment it is adapted to, animals also have different feeding techniques to maximise their chances of getting food. This essay looks at the feeding behaviour of carnivores and considers some of the similarities and differences in the feeding strategies of; vertebrates such as the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) and the African lion (Panthera leo bleyenberghiand) and invertebrates such as the Wolf spider (Pardosa

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    The Characteriscs of Mammals

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    Earth is the planet that rich of living things and they are biologically classified into Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Species. Mammal is one of the classes in Kingdom Animalia. Several studies have been conducted to visualize the evolution of mammals from their ancestors. Mammals have several descriptive characteristics which are their evolution trend, reproductive behavior, physical appearance, specific blood circulation system and their feeding behavior (refer to Figure

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    sustaining aquaculture by changing the diets of the farmed fish. The idea of carnivorous fish turning into vegetarians would help for future sustentation of aquaculture. There were pros and cons to either side of vegetarianism and the maintaining of carnivores. There are issues that would require research and analysis to which the author points out to the reader. Aquaculture has increased by 5% over the past 10 years. The wild stock of fish that is caught to feed the fish farms has numbered 11 million

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    Sharks

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    Sharks Sharks are one of the most feared carnivores in the sea. There are 365 species of of sharks in the sea as we know today. All sharks are carnivores. Most of them eat live fish, including other sharks. A shark's most common natural enemy is an another shark. Most sharks eat their prey whole, or they tear off large chunks of the bodies. Some sharks crush their prey. Others take out small pieces off flesh from large fish. Sharks also feed on dead or dying animals. Sharks have the reputation

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