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Papers On Animal Rights & Zoology
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Retrospective & Perspective Memory In Rats
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A 10 page examination of the phenomena of memory and how it is evidenced in rats. Emphasizes the role experimental design can have on the results and conclusions of an experiment. Bibliography lists 22 sources.
Filename: Memorat.wps

Review of R.D. Lawrence’s “In Praise of Wolves” (1986)
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This is a 3 page review of R.D. Lawrence’s “In Praise of Wolves”. Spanish born R.D. Lawrence lives on a 100-acre wilderness farm in Haliburton Highlands, 170 km north of Toronto, Ontario and has written over 29 books on nature and wildlife. In the spring of 1983, Lawrence and his wife traveled to Ishpeming in the Upper Peninsula in Michigan to study an untamed but captive pack of wild wolves and compared their behavior to those he had previously studied in the wild and with the two wolf cubs which he himself had raised. During the study and his use of other studies he has conducted on packs in the wild, Lawrence often contradicts other scientific theories in that he proposes that in many ways, wolves in the wild provide a much closer study and comparison to human behavior than do many studies on primates, considered humans’ closest natural relatives. In addition, Lawrence through the use of biological, sociological and psychological comparisons is not afraid to apply human terms to wolves in the text. Instead, Lawrence has found that in many ways, humans could learn from wolf behavior in terms of their handling of aggression (as opposed to the human emotion of anger) and stress in the wild. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TJRDLaw1.rtf

Richardson's Ground Squirrel Hibernation Habits
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4 pages in length. The evolution of Richardson's ground squirrels allows them to bypass the long, food-restricted winters by virtue of hibernation, a time when the mammals' entire physical composition slows down to such an extent that it takes very little in the way to keep them alive during this dormant state. With the decrease in heart and breathing, along with a significant drop in body temperature, Richardson's ground squirrels become wholly adapted to living for several months until spring renewal. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Roman Gladiator Games: The Venatio
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8 pages in length. Animals and sports have had a long-standing love/hate relationship: For man, the benefits are more times than not skewed in his favor for conquest; for the animal, the spectacle known as entertainment is nothing more than an attempt at fighting for his life. For the Roman gladiators, animal slaughter was mere folly – a precursor to the real event: human-to-human massacre. It is interesting, however, the extent to which the Roman Government went in order to supply these events with the massive numbers of animals required, often scouring the Roman Empire and beyond as a means by which to capture and retrieve the thousands upon thousands of various species tagged for such a dreadful fate. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: TLCVenat.rtf

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