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Animal affected by global warming, American Pika

Although they look like a squirrel or guinea pig, they're actually more closely related to rabbits and hares. Pikas have small, round, eggshaped bodies with big, round ears. They have brown and black fur, and no visible tail. They usually weigh about 170 grams and can live around 67 years but many die after 3 or 4 years. Range and Habitat American pikas live on highelevation cool mountains west of the Rocky Mountains. They generally reside in scree near or above tree line. They make their homes in the cracks between piles of rocks. Although they live in groups, American Pikas are territorial and will guard their area from others. Pikas are herbivores. They especially love grasses, weeds and tall wildflowers that grow in their rocky, high mountain habitat. When th...

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Education

All were paralyzed by the failure to act proactively, resulting in a lot of finger pointing. But there is a second lesson from Andrew: Be careful how you build, for the storm will show what sort of work has been done. The vast devastation was in large measure due to the faulty housing construction of the building boom during the 1980s. Yet some houses experienced minimal damage, primarily those built by Habitat for Humanity, the agency with whom former president Jimmy Carter is affiliated. How we build during periods of great change, determines what lasts and what doesn't. Interestingly, the Great Mississippi Flood of 1993 found FEMA prepared. The point of this illustration is that in the years ahead we are going to be experiencing a whirlwind of changes. From a distance they will all look like problems, and the temptation will be to unfurl the "...

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Tolerance.

Tolerance Ladies and gentlemen, before I move to my actual topic, think with me for a second on this scenario... A black exchange student from Kenya comes to our school and you see him getting beaten up by a bunch of bullies without no apparent reason, what would you do? More then a few of us pretend as if they had not seen anything. I myself w...

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Savanna

Prior to European settlement aboriginal land use practices, including fire, influenced vegetation and may have maintained and modified savanna flora. It has been suggested by many authors that aboriginal burning created a structurally more open savanna landscape. Aboriginal burning certainly created a habitat mosaic that probably increased biodiversity and changed the structure of woodlands and geographic range of numerous woodland species. It has been suggested by many authors that with the removal or alteration of traditional burning regimes many savannas are being replaced by forest and shrub thickets with little herbaceous layer. The consumption of herbage by introduced grazers in savanna woodlands has led to a reduction in the amount of fuel av...

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Topic – Australia

The only missing extant order are the tuataras, which are endemic to New Zealand. Australia has a large diversity of reptiles, with over 860 species. The most diverse group are the snakes and lizards. The snakes and lizards are especially diverse in the arid areas of Australia, where diversity of other fauna is generally low. Spinifex grass is a major habitat which allows them to remain in a relatively cool, moist area. Australia has a large array of reptiles which can be dangerous to humans. All of the top ten most venomous snakes are native to Australia, [2] and the world's largest reptile, the Saltwater Crocodile is native to Australia. It is often said to be the most dangerous to humans. This crocodile is an opportunistic predator capable of taking...

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Topic - Estonia

Moreover, the long twilight time makes the transition between day and night rather smooth and the nights around the Midsummer Day shorter still. 7. Flora & fauna Estonia's plants and animals aren't represented in great variety. The percent of forests is growing every year and the most common trees are pine, birch, spruce, aspen, oak and alder. Forests offer a habitat to different wild animals. Among 65 species of mammals, the most widespread are the elk, roe deer, wild boar, hare, hedgehog, squirrel, fox and marten. Some endangered species, such as the brown bear, lynx and wolf, are represented in small numbers. Estonia is believed to have 40,000 living species, but only about 23,500 have so far been discovered. Compared to more northern areas, Estonia has one of the richest diversities of flora and fauna. Es...

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Topic - Great Britain

Tallinn English College Topic Great Britain 2007 1. Introduction The official name of Great Britain is `the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (or short United Kingdom)' The population is about 60.4 million. The capital is London. Other biggest cities include Birmingham, Bristol, Portsmouth, Glasgow and Swansea. English is th...

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Bioloogiline mitmekesisus

Sissejuhatus Bioloogiline mitmekesisus ehk Biodiversiteet ehk looduslik mitmekesisus ehk elustiku mitmekesisus ehk elurikkus on mingi ökosüsteemi, bioomi või kogu Maa taksonoomiliste üksuste mitmekesisus. Termin tähistab sageli looduslikku ja tervet bioloogilist süsteemi. Sõna "biodiversiteet" võeti kasutusele 1980ndatel USAs. Bioloogiline mitmekesisus hõlmab lo...

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Giant Panda - slideshow

T Ü T üri C o lle g e Liina Le inm e ts Introduction · Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) is a mammal classified in the bear family, native to centralwestern and southwestern China. It is easily recognized by its large, distinctive black patches around the eyes, over the ears, and across its round body. · The Giant Panda lives in a few mountain ranges in central...

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Cheetah

Võru I Basic School Report Cheetah Kerli Ojakivi Cheetah The fastest land animal in the world, the cheetah is a marvel of evolution. The cheetah's slender, long-legged body is built for speed. Cheetahs are tan in color with black spots all over their bodies. They can also be distinguished from other big cats by their smaller size, spot...

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Ohustatud liigid - NB! inglise keeles

Although the panda is a carnivore, he has a diet which is 99% bamboo. Like most subtropical mammals, but unlike most bears, the giant panda does not hibernate. The Giant Panda is endangered as there are only 2,000-3,000 of them living in the wild and about 270 living in captivity. They have become endangered due to the destruction of their habitat and the variety of bamboo that is decreasing. They are also illegally hunted for their fur. To protect them, there have been many special wildlife parks set up. Elephants live in Central Africa and are the largest land animals alive today. They eat grass, twigs and some fruit. In many Asian countries elephants are symbols of wisdom and are famed for their memory and high intelligence. Once numbering in the millions, the African e...

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The Giant Eland

5 m (5 ft). Giant Eland live in open forest and savannah where they eat grass, leaves, and branches. Their primary predators are the Lion and Spotted Hyena. Broad-leafed savanna and glades in two isolated pockets in central and western Africa. It is estimated that only 2500 Western giant elands remain in the wild today. Populations have declined due to excessive hunting, habitat destruction for agricultural expansion, and disease. The last surviving population is said to be protected in the Niokolo-Koba National Park. During dry seasons they are able to live for weeks without water. Mating usually occurs during the wet season. Males compete using their horns for dominance, and the dominant male will mate with several females. Females give birth to only one calf after a gestation period of eight to nine months. Desp...

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Keskkonnaprobleemid

Biological effects of oil Simply, the effects of oil on marine life, are caused by either the physical nature of the oil (physical contamination and smothering) or by its chemical components (toxic effects and accumulation leading to tainting). Marine life may also be affected by clean-up operations or indirectly through physical damage to the habitats in which plants and animals live. The main threat posed to living resources by the persistent residues of spilled oils and water-in- oil emulsions ("mousse") is one of physical smothering. The animals and plants most at risk are those that could come into contact with a contaminated sea surface. Marine mammals and reptiles; birds that feed by diving or form flocks on the sea; marine life on shorelines; and animals and plants in mariculture facil...

Geograafia - Põhikool
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Ireland report

It lies in between the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea. Politically it is divided into a sovereign state, the Republic of Ireland, that covers about five-sixths of the island (south, east, west and north-west), and Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom, covering the northeastern sixth of the island.[1] The name 'Ireland' derives from...

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The Galapagos islands

There are no large mammals, the key herbivores are reptiles, and the top predators are birds and snakes. Mammals on the Galapagos include two species of bat, two endemic rice rat species and its most famous mammals - the Galapagos sea lion and fur seal. There can be identified four broad categories of habitat (the coastal zone, the dry lowlands, a transition zone and the moist uplands), each with its distinctive species. Lava Cactus: One of the first plants to colonize a new lava field, the Lava Cactus is found on barren black lava flows Iguanas on the Galapagos are either land or marine iguanas. Both are about the same size, growing up to about 1.5m, have stocky heads, a ridge of spiny scales along the neck and backbones. Land iguanas are lig...

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Utoopia arhitektuuris

Architecture and cities in the future · The painting by Frank R. Paul · Cities made of steel, glass and...

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Bees

There are nearly 20,000 known species of bee, in nine recognized families, though many are undescribed and the actual number is probably higher. They are found on every continent except Antarctica, in every habitat on the planet that contains insect-pollinated flowering plants. Bees are adapted for feeding on nectar and pollen, the former primarily as an energy source, and the latter primarily for protein and other nutrients. Most pollen is used as food for larvae. Bees have a long proboscis (a complex "tongue") that enables them to obtain the nectar from flowers. They have antennae almost universally made up of 13 segments in males and 12 in females...

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Names of flowers, trees, birds and animals

juniper kask betula tamm...

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Inglise keele ülemineku eksami 100 sõna.

energia allikas- energy source 2. liik - species 3. ohustatud ­ endangered 4. soojustama ­ issulate 5. jalakäija ­ pedestrian 6. ümber töötlema prügi ­ recycle 7. tuumaelektrijaam ­ nuclear power station 8. tootma ­ generate 9. puudus ­ lack 10. välja laskma ­ emit 11. linnade vohumine ­ urban sprawl 12. jalgrattatee ­ cyclepath 13. prügimägi ­ dump 14. säästmine ­ pollution 15. veepuudus ­ water short...

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Forestry

Forestry Importance: · Environmental-protective importance Oxygen Cleans the air/soils/ground water Protects the soil from erosion · Timber Firewood Woodwork Building materials Timber ­ cellulose ­ paper · Mushrooms/berries/juices · Habitat of different species Measuring the amount of forest: · Fixing the area under the fo...

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