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National University Eng 240 Tong Fang 10/11/2009 Sea World trip Last Friday I went to the Sea World with my friends. I get up so early and ate a big hamburger as my breakfast. I am so happy, because I saw a lot of animals and fish. I took so many beautiful pictures and had a good memory. I thing I will recommend to my friends. Firstly Lisa said we will to see the sea lion show. It is so crazy and so classic. The trainer said Seal and sea lion looks so similar, but they are different animals. One of the easiest ways to figure out whether an animal is a seal or a sea lion is to look at its ears. Sea lions have external ear flaps; seals do not. Look for other differences by watching the way each moves on land and in the water, and listening to their vocalizations. Scientists study seals and sea lions in a number of ways. They can observe animals on land during the breeding season, but for most of the year, the animals are at sea and difficult to study. They swim speed so fast and can jump so high.
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Kdkdk during the Fall '11 term at SDSMT.

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