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    Animal Sounds

    dog, in turn, barks wanwan, while its counterpart in England barks bow-wow or woof.

 Pigs also have different sounds depending on where you are in the world. A Mandarin Chinese pig goes hu-lu hu-lu, while further up north in Finland it goes roh roh. Next door in Sweden, a pig goes noff noff, while in Wales it goes soch soch. In the English world, a pig goes oink oink.

 Bird sounds also vary around the world. In English, a small bird chirps while a medium-sized bird tweets. A larger bird, however

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    Biomemetics

    Nature Sound Waves * Created by the vibration of an object, which causes the air surrounding it to vibrate. Animals that uses vibrations * Mouse * For finding sex partners * Sloths * For finding sex partners * For warning others of danger * Bats * To navigate through the dark * For hunting * Dolphins * For navigating Sonar System * The shapes of the surrounding objects are determined according to the echo of sound waves.

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    Dolphins

    Dolphin Stephen Mensah Animal When I think of a Dolphin, I think of smart, playful and entertaining creatures. Dolphins usually have a large forehead, and if you cut their teeth in half it makes a perfectly rounded circle. Every time that a dolphin comes to mind, I think of happy, joyful creatures that are friendly, since people and dolphins have a good relationship in our time. Even though dolphins weight around 350 pounds to be average, this isn’t quite heavy when being compared to other sea

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    Film and Music

    FILM AND MUSIC So what is music? Well in a sense every sound produced from clapping two hands to slapping a person is music; The more recognized pundits define it as an arrangement of sounds in a pleasing sequence or combination to be sung; or played on instruments. Well who cares about music in a prolonged sense- music are something universal, something unique, and something which is soothing to our heart, our senses, which makes our nerves calm down- the effect is simply astonishing. Its like

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    Science

    During the fifteen minutes that I sat there in these three different places I heard many different sounds, saw various things and smelled tons of scents, some not so pleasant. All of theses places where similar but also very different. When I was in the National park I was able to hear animals, like the crunching of the leaves as squirrels scurried across them, the chirping of birds back in fourth to each other as if they where communicating, the frogs rabbeting, fly’s flying circles around my ear

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    The Effect of Noise Pollution

    draft) Noise pollution is a common phenomenon in our daily society. It is any sound that is interfere with human life. The noise is commonly produced by vehicular traffic, construction sites and other sources. It is the unpleasant sound that may affect nearly every aspect of life. It is unlikely produce the physical substances such as environmental pollution, but it will cause a lot of damages to both human and animals in many ways. Noise pollution has serious effects on human health. This is a

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    How Music Motivates Students Learning

    with words while singing they are the ones having the trouble with tune and pitch of a song. Therefore it is very important to learn the songs. I think teaching singing is like teaching any other curriculum area. Teaching and learning to sing may sound or look simple but making students to understand and know the pitch, pattern and rhythm can be challenging. Therefore it needs to be explicitly taught, step-by-step, if one has to be successful in teaching and learning of music. I also believe the

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    Chapter Presentation

    ever shrinking globe. Even animals respond to music that's who they say. Music is for every occasion- from partying to Rock 'n' Rolla disco, from everyday life to a wedding anniversary and even to a somber funeral, everything has music embedded in it. Its magic alright- though we never reap every beat has our vocal cords vibrating, it causes adrenal to pump throughout the body and every muscle aching jump on the dance floor. So what is music? Well in a sense every sound produced from clapping two

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    Music

    ever shrinking globe. Even animals respond to music that's who they say. Music is for every occasion- from partying to Rock 'n' Rolla disco, from everyday life to a wedding anniversary and even to a somber funeral, everything has music embedded in it. Its magic alright- though we never reap every beat has our vocal cords vibrating, it causes adrenal to pump throughout the body and every muscle aching jump on the dance floor. So what is music? Well in a sense every sound produced from clapping two

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    Rrl Effect of Music on Plant Growth

    to assume that the effects of music, and thus sound, on plants, might be beneficial, instead of merely “dancing”. A good gauge of this is plant growth, which can be measured in a number of ways: number, size and weight of fruits, storage duration and photosynthetic ability of the leaves, among other methods. Researches on these variables have been carried out since the first commercial experiment in 1972 by Charnoe, who studied the effects of sound waves on budding of barley. Subsequently, Carlson

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