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The Decline of the Mule Deer in the Rocky Mountain West
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This 14-page-paper presents an in-depth discussion on the declining population of the mule deer in the Rocky Mountain West. It opens with a detailed description of the mule deer and moves into an explanation of the destruction of their natural habitat thereby depriving them of food. Further along in the paper there is a discussion about fire suppression and the use of pesticides which further depletes the deer food supply. The effect that illness also has on the population is explored with a conclusion that reviews the points made throughout the paper. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: CWmulder.wps

Jack London's 'The Call of The Wild' / Animal Rights
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A 7 page paper on the issue of wild versus domesticated animals in Jack London's novel. Comparing London's description of the treatment of Buck with contemporary articles on sled dogs, the paper argues that if it is impossible to fully domesticate a sled dog and treat him humanely because of the work they are required to perform and the life they are required to lead, then it would be better for all concerned not to domesticate them at all. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Animal Experimentation: Views From Two Classical Ethics Theorists
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6 pages in length. The ethical nature of animal experimentation has long been debated as to whether or not it stands as a necessary element for humanity. After all, the primary -- if not only -- reason animals are utilized in laboratory tests is to further the interests of mankind, often without the least bit of concern for the animals who forfeit their lives in exchange for medical, cosmetic and household product advancements. Classical ethics theorists Emile Durkheim and Immanual Kant may have had similar viewpoints on some issues, but when it came to concerns over the ethical fortitude of animal experimentation, the writer discusses how Durkheim would have befriended the animals' plight long before Kant would have, who adopted a utilitarian concept. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Desmond Morris/The Naked Ape
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A 5 page analysis of the ground-breaking study by Desmond Morris. In this book, Morris, a zoologist, approaches the study of human behavior as he might analyze any other species. It's an intriguing perspective that has gained a wide acceptance among scientists since The Naked Ape was first punished in 1967 and Morris uses this perspective to give considerable insight into human behavior. No additional sources cited.
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