I just have to start off by saying I do think that mountain lions are in NY, The biggest reason I think this is my grandparents who live in Savona NY had shown me tracks up on their hill. Unfortunately I never was able to see the actual mountain lion myself but that’s most likely because I was not allowed to go up there even though it was only a few hundred feet from the house until a more recent date. The sole reason I do not believe it was a miss identification is that they both are from the southwest of NY and have seen them before. Like I said on the paper though eyewitness reports will only get you so far which is why I completely understand why there are those who believe they are not in NY anymore. Without and photos of the print or the actual cat itself there is no way to prove it was in fact there. It is easy for me to say I trust what my grandparents saw and what I was shown but it was at a younger age and I can no longer recall exactly what the print looked like, therefor I cannot say 100% without a doubt there are mountain lions in NY state, it is just what I believe. Even though I think they are in NY I do not believe it is a huge number which could be a reason there has been no documented sightings. Also a mountain lion tends to live in the mountains which is generally covered by trees making it almost impossible to see it from an aerial view. The only way to document one would be to go hiking or camping in the mountains of NY make sure you have a camera,…
Lion Gate Hattusha
My presentation is About the Lion Gate where it all started in Hattusha, the city of an ancient
seven foot statues where many live there and died . There also live there were cavers who carve
lion with arched stones and they seen the lions as protection . Protection from their enemy’s so
when they seen the 7 foot statue they would recognize the power that the hittis had. Also lions
guarded several temple entrances and portals to the royal palace as well…
Manatees & Sea Lions
Manatees’ death numbers have a lowered these past few years and are does not have a conservation status of critically endangered animal anymore based on the World Wildlife Fund. The Sea lion also has the same conservation status. But each of them have their own reasons why their environment.
One of the major reasons why these both animals are endangered are that humans have killed so much of this species. For a while these…
2) The camel found a way to survive where he was abandoned and soon came across some other animals. A lion, a leopard, a fox, and a crow. The lion was intrigued as to why a camel was in the jungle and after the camel told his tale the lion took him in and told him, “You have nothing to fear now. Henceforth, you are under my protection and can stay with us.” (paragraph 4, line 5)
Then the lion got injured in a fight with an elephant and had to stay in his cave for a few day without hunting to gather…
while to figure out what I am going to do on in my
report. It was a lot of fun going to the Cloisters to see past century figures.
A lion relief as seen as above, the statue is made out of sandstone and polychromy,
came from Castile-Leon in Spain about 1200 from the church of San Leonardo at Zamora.
The lion is a symbol of Christ, who was called in the New Testament in the tribe of Judah.
In the sculpture, it looks like he trampling over a dragon (which is evil)…
Hamlet vs. Lion King
Walt Disney has produced animated films that have captured the heart and imagination of audiences of all ages around the world through the magic of storytelling and imagery. Many of us appreciate the imagination and magic that Disney puts into its animations without knowing they are based off of classical and traditional storylines that have been around for many years. Disney’s The Lion King placed a children’s façade on a very serious story of responsibility and…
The performance in which I intend to write about is a musical named The Lion King which I went to see in London at the Lyceum theatre. The musical first debuted on July 8th 1997 at the Orpheum Theatre in Minnesota where it became an instant success and is still on-going. The story was constructed of the 1994 Disney animated film of the same name. The musical was directed by the talented Julie Taymor who also designed the costumes for the show.
"Astonishing," "spectacular," and "incredible!"…
The Hero’s Journey
Similarly to many common heroic tales, the movie, The Lion King follows the established cycle known as the hero’s journey. In the tale, a young lion prince, Simba, must overcome his one mistake in order to save his kingdom, and thus ventures off to rediscover himself. The adventure that follows models the hero’s journey pattern as Simba is aided with loyal helpers and is forced to overcome his greatest fear through various tests.
Simba clearly could not have saved his kingdom…
Lion Capital from Sarnath
In the Mauryan period, devotion to the study of Dharma was central. Often polished stone columns were erected at places associated with events of the Buddha. Standing well at over thirty-two feet these columns became stations in pilgrimage routes to holy places. Over the years many of these columns have fallen but one that is still in its entirety is the Lion Capital from Sarnath. The Lion Capital is visually a reminder of the spiritual commitment, understanding of symbolism…
Kalila wa Dimna
The Lion and the Ox is a one of the oldest and most popular pieces of classic Arabic literature. Originally from India, this animal fable is famous for its inclusion of many other animal fables, each of which help provide the characters of the story with advice regarding their situation. Unlike The Arabian Nights, which also uses a frame tale that contains each tale, multiple animals share their wisdom with one another. The wisdom of…