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    Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood

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    People are misunderstood all throughout our world. We have all been misunderstood one way or another. The purpose of my choice to explore why people are misunderstood is that I want to find the root cause of why people are misunderstood and to discover ways to begin to understand others. Wrong accusations, invariable judging, and even death are the effect of being misunderstood and the world would be a better place if the human race began to understand each other. To find my information, I used my

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    the very violent death of a baby seal as a hyena simultaneously shakes him into submission and breaks his spine. The camera is always held steady; no one is shocked or upset yet the sense that something important has happened is always instilled in me. When I was younger I would cry during the sad moment in movies when someone died. The person or animal had a name and an identity which gave them a level of reality. My fascination for animals existed even then and I often followed with my eyes and

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    Animal Farm: The Animals' Bad Memories Almost all the animals had a very bad memory so they were not able to remember things of major signifigance. After a little while the pigs would mention the past and the animals would not remember what had happened so they would agree with the pigs. The the battle of cowshed, snowball was a very herioic animal in that battle but Neapolean said that that was not true that there memory had deceived them, that snowball was just trying to get them to trust him

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    Is Animal Testing Wrong or Right?

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    Ninety two percent of all animal testing that is effective on animals are ineffective on humans (ASPCA). Despite this alarming statistic, scientists still use animals in these experiments. Scientist give the animals no choice in whether they or going to be used in an experiment. Animal testing is when scientist use products, vaccinations or other things they develop for humans and use on animals. Scientist use all types of animals, but the most common are rats, mice, birds, reptiles and amphibians

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    Reading the story “Barn Burning” has not only given me another reason to just do another typical assignment, it has also shown how all the events that occurred can happen at any time to a regular civilian. A main character in the story would be Abner Snopes who has the characteristic of a cold hearted individual. He has let the fact of his poor conditions lead him on to make disastrous decisions. Mr. Snopes has been described in the story as a mercenary who fought in the Civil War. While being in

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    Essay On Circus Animals

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    Death, abuse, confinement- three of the adjectives that can be used to accurately describe the lives of animals used in circuses. These animals range from domestic animals, such as dogs, to animals usually found in wild communities, including elephants and big cats. Despite the ease with which they seem to perform, circus animals are forced to learn and execute painful and confusing acts. Because of the inhumane conditions in which circus animals must live, animal-free circuses should receive more

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    Rick Truong Mrs. Dehorn 1 September 2015 Animal Farm Utopia Imagine a life where everyone living in a society is happy and prosperous, without a worry in life of something called pain. A society where people could live caring for each other, live on the same level, and enjoy what they already have. A place where people would work together and try to soar to higher peaks and achieve the impossible out of their free will. Unfortunately, there will never be a society similar over even close to similar

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    In the satiric novel entitled Animal Farm by George Orwell the character Napoleon represents a group of corrupted leaders who gradually lose sight of what they were working for. The group of pigs, including Napoleon himself, rebelled and fought for freedom against Farmer Jones. However, the utopia that they fought for was forgotten, and the pigs manipulate the other animals. As a result, Animal Farm ends up exactly where it had originally started. Napoleon is deceitful, corrupt, and cunning, and

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    Why Zoos Are Wrong

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    enjoy the quality of freedom and independence. The animals can’t enjoy the satisfaction of catching their own prey, or the relief of living in their own natural habitat. Plus, the size of the zoo provides for the animals is too small, so the animals don’t get the proper exercise like they would in the wild. Studies have shown tigers and lions have around 18,000 times less space in zoos then they would in their natural habitat. In fact , Woburn Safari Parks was keeping its lion...

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    This Money

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    purposes only. On average, twenty-five animals a year are being abused by zoo officials and in a myriad ways. It’s already too much that that the poor animals are being confined in small cages, they don’t deserve to be disrespected by the people that are there to help them! A majority of zoo keepers don’t respect their animals, an example of that is a zoo keeper from Kane County Farm named Stacy Fiebelkon. While she was facilitating her farm, she didn't provide her animals the sufficient amount of food

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