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    the world. Since then, sustainability and sustainable tourism have become a mainstream term and concept. Therefore, it is essential to assess if tourism businesses are as eco-friendly and sustainable as they endorse. This report will evaluate Broome Whale Watching’s (BWW) sustainable practices by assessing how they are complying with the principle of sustainability. To do this, it will firstly analyse the evolution of the term sustainable development and assess sustainable tourism position in light

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    Marine Mammals

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    Mammals 1. Introduction Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) annually migrate from their summer feeding grounds off southeast Alaska to winter in waters off the Hawaiian Islands, Baja California Sur, Mexico and northern Japan (Baker and Darling). The number of humpback whales in the Hawaiian waters generally peaks from mid-February through mid-March ( Baker & Herman, 1984). Calving and breeding is an important function of humpback whales while wintering at lower latitudes ( Herman

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    Sonar vs. Whale Migration

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    Sonar vs. Whale Migration Imagine being in Baja California lying on the beach and out along the horizon you watch the first gray whale break surface and fling himself into the air. I personally have seen this and it is a life changing experience. A whale of that size can truly take your breath away. Whales migrate over 6000 miles in the winter each year just to mate in the warmer waters of the tropics. Although it is amazing to watch them arrive the trip for them is not easy. Whales rely on the hearing

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    Black Fish

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    Seaworld? Well youve seen a whale, it’s exciting isn’t it. It’s so cool to see a whale up close but, did you know that those whales may seem like they have the “good life; they don’t there kept locked up in a concrete pool, say no to whales in captivity and stop the suffering. Did you know that while you are there watching the cool exciting whales, you aren’t thinking about where do they get them from, or where do they sleep how do they live are they happy? Well they get the whales when they are babies

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    Marine Mammals Essay

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    species, living both on land and water. Similar to us humans there are mammals like monkeys living on land and whales living in sea. Whales are not the only mammals living in the sea, there are dolphins, walruses, seals etc. Though above mentioned beings don’t fall under a single biological group, they are categorized as marine mammals due to their dependence on the sea for existence. Whales and dolphins completely depend on the sea for feeding and breeding whereas seals and walruses feed in the sea

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    Killer Whales Kept in Captivity

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    orcas, also known as killer whales. These whales are quite difficult to view in the wild, but can now be seen for a simple fee. Orcas are known to be one of the smartest mammals. They are friendly, and this has caused people to take advantage of them. For the past sixty years, people have brought these massive creatures into their aquariums to make a profit from their exhibitions. Often, without considering the orcas' quality of life. While kept in captivity, killer whales are forced to do many tricks

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    Dylan Thomas combines his vibrant imagery with his adolescent experiences in South Whales and London to produce the realistic tale “The Followers”. His interest in writing short stories like “The Followers” stems from the beginning part of his life. Thomas spent his days growing up in Swansea, South Whales with his father, a grammar school English teacher. His father encouraged his early interest in reading and writing. Some of his early poetry was published in local literary writing journals

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    Making Headlines

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    Making Headlines At Dawn, the Bird (All NY Times headlines taken from the week of the shuttle crash--the first week of February) I. Possible Damage to the Wing We were watching TV when the bird hit the window and fell to the patio with its wing arched unnaturally beneath it. "Is it possible that it's still alive?" I ask. My father shakes his head. "Well..." he sighs. His face looks pained in the moment that the bird's body thumps against the window and drops to the ground--then it softens

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    To Hold a Killer Whale in Captivity is to Abuse that Animal Introduction: I. Attention Getter According to National Geographic, in the wild, Killer Whales are accustomed to traveling distances of up to 100 miles per day. However, the largest Killer Whale facility for Orcas in captivity in the world - located at Marineland in Antibes, France as stated by the Marineland website, only measures 210 feet long, 100 feet wide and 40 feet deep. II. Credibility Statement After watching the documentary

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    Analysis Of Port Hardy

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    Looking for an enjoyable, or satisfying place for a vacation? Port Hardy is a place with many interesting features. Port Hardy is known in the world, for something that’s called, Inside Passage (Jones, 2014). The best location for Mr. Giuliani and his family to visit for vacation is Port Hardy. The argument will be proven by magnificent scenery, historical importance and recreational activities. Magnificent Scenery The main reason why Port Hardy is the best location in Canada for Mr. Giuliani and

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