Tobias Wolff: Say Yes
1137 words 3 pages

Tobias Wolff was born on 19th June 1945 in Birmingham, Alabama to Rosemary and Arthur Samuels Wolff. His parents divorced, and Wolff followed his mother to the Pacific North-west. His mother remarried and relocated to Newhalem. He schooled in Concrete High School in Washington and proceeded to Hill School but was later expelled. He enrolled […]

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Bias Memoir Whale
Ethical Issues Faced By Americans Overseas
1099 words 3 pages

Increased globalization and liberalization of the world trade has forced many companies and people to expand overseas to explore into new markets to enhance profitability and a better life. Every American doing business overseas faces some ethical and sometimes legal issues. However, these ethical issues from both the host country and home country are always […]

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American Values Culture Whale
History of Candle Usage
1231 words 3 pages

The candle has a well-known position in human history.  It is one of mankind’s first inventions .Candles have been utilized for brightness and to enlighten man’s festivities to a greater extent of 5,000 years, until now little is recognized regarding to their beginning. Mainly it is a collection of wax or some other fuel in […]

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The Secret Life of Bees Whale
Cows and Whales
349 words 1 page

There are some things that happen both to cows and whales. One of which both cows and whales are eaten by people in some countries as edible meat. Although they are living in different places like ocean and land, they have their own separate lives. It seems that cows and whales are in the same […]

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Cattle Meat Whale
Effect of Underwater Acoustics on Whales
1642 words 4 pages

Whales utilize acoustic frequencies to communicate underwater. If the whales are unable to communicate their bi-annual migration can become perilous. Man-made low frequency sonar can prevent whales from producing sound and sometimes causes them to take alternate routes. When the whales try to avoid the sonar they are in danger of running ashore and perishing […]

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Classical Mechanics Sound Whale
257 words 1 page

Whaling is the hunting of whales primarily for meat and oil. Its earliest forms date to at least 3000 BC.[1]Various coastal communities have long histories of subsistence whaling and harvesting beached whales. Industrial whaling emerged with organized fleets in the 17th century; competitive national whaling industries in the 18th and 19th centuries; and the introduction of factory ships along […]

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Due to excessive whaling, many species of whale are near extinction
1513 words 3 pages

Due to excessive whaling, many species of whale are near extinction. Australia is opposed to whaling, but it is a Japanese tradition to eat whale meat, and taking whale consumption away from their culture would devastate the whole nation and economy. But do we, as one species have the right to kill off another species? […]

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Animals Whale
The Explorer’s Daughter
517 words 1 page

On one hand the writer describes the scene she sees in front of her a ‘glittering kingdom’ with evening light ‘turning butter-gold, glinting off man and whale’ suggesing an intense and exciting moment, yet, she ‘urged the narwhal to dive, to leave, to survive’ while the hunter was trying to hunt for the whale. Notice […]

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Daughter Emotions Explorer Whale Writer
Aotearoa Tertiary Institute The Whale Rider Theology Religion
4581 words 9 pages

The Whale Rider is a movie based on the fresh written by Maori author, WitiIhimaera. NikiCaro directed the movie in 2002. Director used Whangara east seashore of New Zealand to hit this gesture image. Whangara people believed their ascendant Paikea saved from deceasing by siting place on giant ‘s dorsum. Harmonizing to movie plot line, […]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of SONAR Technology
745 words 2 pages

The Negative Effects of SONAR The world was first introduced to SONAR during World War II. It was originally created by the Navvy, for military use. It has since been used for a number of other things. Many people argue the need for the use of his device because of its powerful effects. Even though […]

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Sound Technology Whale
Japanese Whaling
1310 words 3 pages

As early as the 12th Century though to the 20th century, Japan has been involved in the hunting and slaughtering of whales for food and other produce. Japan can trace their whaling history back hundreds of years, to when whales were driven into nets, harpooned repeatedly and then dispatched with either a long sword or […]

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Endangered Species Japan Whale
Whale Rider
847 words 2 pages

Whale Rider is a 2002 drama film directed by Niki Caro, based on the novel of the same name. A contemporary story of love, rejection and triumph as a young Maori girl fights to full fill a destiny her grandfather refuses to recognize. The film whale rider follows the story of a young girl Paikea; […]

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Dolphins – College
1365 words 3 pages

Dolphins are highly intelligent marine mammals and are part of the family of toothed whales that includes orcas and pilot whales. They are found worldwide, mostly in shallow seas of the continental shelves, and are carnivores, mostly eating fish and squid. Dolphin coloration varies, but they are generally gray in color with darker backs than […]

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Popular Questions About Whale

Can whales eat humans?
Despite occasional reports of whales scooping people into their mouths, it's incredibly rare—and for all but one species, swallowing a human is physically impossible. On Friday, a lobster diver made headlines when he described miraculously surviving being “swallowed” by a humpback whale off Cape Cod, Massachusetts.Jun 15, 2021
Are whales friendly?
From a historical perspective, whales do appear to be non-aggressive. Their relatives, the dolphin's species, tend to be very friendly and curious towards humans, often displaying a desire to greet and meet people. ... They may also show signs of aggression if they are threatened or frightened.
Is a whale harmful?
No, whales aren't typically dangerous. Because whales are too large to be held in captivity and live far away from land most of our close interactions with the cetacean species involves spending time with dolphins. ... Note: The cetacean species consists of all species of whale, dolphin and porpoise.