Reaction Paper for Brian Doyle essay "Joyas Voladoras."IntroductionDoyle portrays the hummingbird's heart. It beats ten times each second and is the span of a "pencil eraser. Truth told the heart thumps so quick that on a frosty night or when they have to rest they are really in risk of biting the dust for the heart backs off excessively. Rest for them can be fatal. Doyle clarifies it like this: "On bone-chilling evenings… they withdraw into torpor, theirmetabolic rate easing back to a fifteenth of their ordinary rest rate.Their hearts slugging almost toan end, scarcely pulsating, and in the event that they are not warmed, in the case that they don't soon find what is sweet, their hearts develop cool, and they stop to be.Joyas VoladorasDoyle then requests that we consider those are murmuring wounded animals who don't wake up: "Think about for as a minute those hummingbirds who did not open their eyes again
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