• Essay
    Commercial fishing industries kill a lot of great whites so they could use their fins for shark fin soup. Recreational fishermen (hunters) like to kill them for fun and recreational purposes by collecting their teeth, fins, and jaws. Others kill sharks so they can get money by selling those too. There...
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  • Marine
    being over fished in the ocean and causing many marine species to be closer to extinction. One of the many fishes that are often targeted is the blue fin tuna, thus raising concern for many that this fish may come to extinction in the near future and they are slipping into near extinction due to chronic...
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  • Kings of the Seas
    that there fins are better. It is due to the fact that it is one of the most abundant species in the ocean and also one of the most migratory species traveling tremendous distances. We aren’t sure how many Blue Sharks there are, but we know that 20 million are killed each year for their fins. Throughout...
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  • shark culling in Australia
    finning industry. Sharks fins are a sign of wealth and are very expensive in China, as they cost around $200 US per fin. This fin is actually tasteless and provides no flavour to the soup, it only adds texture. Every year 30 to 70 billion sharks are killed to support the shark fin industry. What the fishermen...
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  • Silvipasture
    Financial Component: (Rs. In Lakh) S. No. Component 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year Total Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin 1. Training of Veterinarians 2 batches 4.00 2 batches 4.00 - - 4 batches 8.00 2. Training of Paravets 1 batch 1.40 ...
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  • Shark Research
    long (hence its name). Its belly is off-white, its top surface is gray, and the eyes are small. The first dorsal fin is much longer and more pointed than the second dorsal fin. A pup's fins have black tips, but these marking fade in the adults. The females are larger than the males. The bull shark is...
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  • Commercial Fishing and Our Oceans
    to as much as 200 tons of fish in one hour; that’s twice as much as what boats constructed in the 1930s would catch in one season. After Canada saw that catches were decreasing year after year, they decided to ban foreign fishing boats from catching 12 miles off the coast, to a new 200 miles off the...
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  • Timetable
    30 10.00 9.30 11.00 10.30 12.00 11.30 FIN 205/FIN 331 - LECTURE 1 M MR MOHD JAMIL JELANI QBM 201 - LECTURE 1 O DR HARJEET KAUR MR KISHEN ADNANI MS SHARINA A/P SILAVARAJ MR HASSANUDDIN 6.00 5.30 6.30 FIN 204 - LECTURE 1 & LECTURE 2 KA-A3 MGT 203 - LECTURE...
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  • FIN 6406 Corporate finance
    FIN 6406 Corporate finance Click below link for Answer http://workbank247.com/q/fin-6406-corporate-finance/3945 http://workbank247.com/q/fin-6406-corporate-finance/3945 Using the attached financial statements for Widget Corp, find FCF2014. 1. Seven years ago ABC Inc. issued a series of $1,000...
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  • Blue Whale
    Whale, Fin Whale, Bryde’s Whale, Eden’s Whale, Common Minke Whale, Antarctic Minke Whale, and Omura’s Whale. Family Traits- Members of the Family Balaenopteridae have a narrow elongated flipper, feed on crustaceans by gulping water and pushing it out through baleen plates, have a dorsal fin and gestation...
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  • sea horses
    and can easily die of exhaustion when caught in storm-roiled seas. They propel themselves by using a small fin on their back that flutters up to 35 times per second. Even smaller pectoral fins located near the back of the head are used for steering. Sea Horses are like chameleons and will change...
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  • Scuba Diving 101
    helps you adapt to the underwater world you will be adventuring in to. The basic equipment that you will need in order to do a safe dive will be; mask, fins/booties, snorkel, wet suit, scuba regulator, buoyancy control device, and a air cylinder. This basic equipment will get any future diver off to a great...
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  • Deep Sea Adaptations
    fish, mammal and crustacean living together.3 90% of all ocean life lives in this zone because of warm temperatures and sunlight that goes down about 200 metres. This is the only zone to support plant life because it has the light needed for photosynthesis, which is important because it produces a lot...
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  • beluga whale
    beluga sturgeon. The beluga whale has thick blubber which makes it possible for the beluga to live in extremely cold water, and a back with no dorsal fin allows it to move freely under ice. Beluga whales are huge and are apart of the leucas species. The beluga whale is a small, toothed whale that...
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  • gear efficiency
    074 rpm Output angular velocity, ωout = 7.757 rad/s Table : Spur Gear Transmission Excitation Current, I [mA] Input force, Fin [N] Input torque, Tin [N.m] Input power, Pin [W] Output force, Fout [N] Output torque, Tout [N.m] Output power, Pout [W] Efficiency...
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  • Agriculture Sector
    for water pumps mainly for paddy cultivation, which is the staple food of the tribes. Hence, for lift irrigation purpose it is proposed to provide 200 nos. of 5 HP diesel Pump with a financial outlay of Rs.44.00 lakh @ Rs.22,000.00 per pump and planting materials like litchi, cashew nut, banana, assam...
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  • Dolphins
    When catching fish, dolphins usually herd a school of fish together and then dash through the school one at a time to feed. It has been observed where 200 bottlenose dolphins were in a single row, working together to find food. Dolphins can also use their tail flukes to toss a fish out of the water and...
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  • Fin 515
    FIN 515 14-1 Residual Distribution Model Axel Telecommunications has a target capital structure that consists of 70% debt and 30% equity. The company anticipates that its capital budget for the upcoming year will be $3 million. If Axel reports net income of $2 million and follows a residual distribution...
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  • Cloning Is Bad!
    prey. The fins Coelacanths belong to a group of bony lobe-finned fishes and have 8 fins (2 dorsals, 2 pectorals, 2 pelvics, 1 anal and 1 caudal). The first dorsal fin of the coelacanth is much like that of other fishes and can be folded down or erected. The other fins have a well-developed...
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  • Sharkwater
    made a film—“sharkwater”. In his film, he attempts to convince people that sharks are harmless to human, and he also explores the huge profits of shark fin industry caused overfishing of the sharks. In the most parts of the film, He is trying to protect sharks, and awaking people’s awareness of protecting...
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