The topic im talking about today is the newest hobbit called the battle of the five armies. This is the third movie in the series and airs live on Dec. 18 2014. It starts with the characters watching from the lonely mountain as the dragon Smaug destroys lake town. from their it goes on with the war with the orcs and the political intrigue that happens during the movie and where one dwarf is slowly consumed by the Dragon sickness.
The topic I’m am talking about is on the last five white rhinos. As of December 15 one of the six white rhinos alive died of age at 44. he was one that was in a failed try to get him to mate with an elderly female called Nola. with that there is only five, one of which is female. out of the five there is an elderly female called Nola, two young females called Najin and Fatu, and finally a young male by the name of Sudan.
The first article was found on the Washington post at this link http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2014/12/15/a-northern-white-rhino-has-died-there-are-now-five-left-in-the-entire-world/. The story was written by Abby Ohlheiser
The second article is found on the site the christian science monitor at this link http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/2014/1215/Only-five-white-rhinos-left-on-earth.-Can-this-species-be-saved-video. This article was written by the combined efforts of the staff of the news site and was well written by the fact they stayed to the story only and not other interesting facts. My favorite line though sad that this is needed is that Efforts will now be made to keep the species alive through in vitro fertilization. While my least favorite is that Attempts to mate Angalifu with Nola weren’t successful.
In my opinion the first article is better. The reason it is better is for that the fact that she adds details that help in the article other than just the story itself. an example of that is when talking about how the species may need to be reproduced through science the first article gives you details on what they will probably do. that is the reason i think it is better if you agree good if not i accept that. Though i recommend that you read the first article it’s very informative.
Now days getting to know people is hard as most people are to into their phones or something, i mean i have seen people text eachother from acroos the room because they were to lazy to walk across the room.
Today is much different from a century ago , heck even ten years ago there is constantly new things being improved and made easier it used to be warming your house included having to find and chop wood then burn it, now days you walk up to a certain part of your house or object and press a couple of buttons or turn nobs and you have heat.
in my opinion modern singers don’t have as much skill usually compared to older singers because of all of the technology being used, older singers actually had a reason to like being praised.
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My favorite hobby is playing video games or more accurately skyrim and i got interested in this hobby is when i went to a friends house and he allowed me to play the game there so i got hooked. Here’s a link for my hobbie https://sites.google.com/site/punblockedgames/home
My name is Ted Duysen, i was born in salt lake, Utah and moved here when i was one year old. I now live in Blackfoot Idaho and go to Blackfoot high school, of the many things i like to do is play video games, skyrim is my favorite, go to friends houses and play soccer or of course video games with them, and the final thing is i like to read and do math as it feels like a challenge to myself.