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1 My Two Habitats Unit 2 Paper Christopher Meyer Kaplan University My Two Habitats SC235 02/07/2018
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2 My Two Habitats Unit 2 Paper The two Niches I will be writing about are the I live in which is a student living in the Midwest Niche and the other is an Ecologist Studying Elephant Behavior in a Sub-Saharan Desert Niche. I will discuss the similarities and the differences between these two Niches. I will give information on how they have changed over the last 10 years. I currently live in the Midwest region of the United States. I have lived in Illinois ever since I was born but I moved to Northern Illinois when I was 15 and I currently reside in Belvidere, IL. This is a town an hour West of Chicago and 30 minutes east of Rockford, IL. I am the oldest of 3 children in my family and will be the first one to get a college degree. I am a student working on my Bachelor's Degree in Cybersecurity. I am the only one to own my own house, with no mortgage. I currently have no children and I am married. I have always loved computers, even when I was in Grade School I couldn't get enough of them and almost everything I know is self-taught. Which is why I have chosen to get my degree in Cybersecurity. Living in Illinois has taught me that the weather rarely stays consistent. For example, 2 weeks ago, we had 60-degree days and all of the snow was gone but, just the last couple of days has dumped about 16 inches of snow on us. The climate ranges from freezing cold in the winter and extremely humid and hot in the summer. I live in a rural farming community where it is common to see corn and bean fields growing and lots of farm animal, most common are cows. I have a
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