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Mermaid Powerpoint

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Molly Beth White

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Mermaids, Fact or Fiction?
By Molly Beth and Marissa

Months later Biologist Dr. Paul Robertson returned with brand new footage of the mythical creature.
People have claimed that mermaids have been in many sightings to this day.
Mermaids are aquatic creatures
that are half-fish and half-human
There claimed to be found in Europe,The Caribbean, Africa, and South America
Types of mermaids are Sirens, Ship-savers, Spell-singers, Shape-shifters, and Weather-workers
The myths of mermaids came from somewhere in the late middle ages.
The video was taken in spring in the Greenland sea, but later he confirmed the video was just a hoax.
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The fish-woman mermaid was similar to the bird-woman siren.
The male version of a mermaid is called a merman; gender-neutral plurals could be merpeople or merfolk.
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There is a movie based on mermaids, the movie is "The Little Mermaid."
The movie "The Little Mermaid" came out November 17, 1989 and is a very popular Disney movie till this very day.
The main character in the movie is the red haired mermaid and her name is Ariel.
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There is a documentary that showed on animal planet that is about mermaids and its called "Mermaids: The Body Found."
This documentary came out May 27, 2012.
The producer of "Mermaids: The Body Found" told a nature network he wanted it to look real, but it turned out to be a hoax.
When viewers watched "Mermaids: The Body Found" two people demanded NOAA to try to prove the possible existence of the mythical sea creature.
Obviously you could tell the mermaids in the documentary are not real and its just animation.
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Therefore all the stories, sightings, and documentary's are all fake.
For example, all the pictures and videos that people say are real are just hoaxes.
The videos are just animated to look real and the pictures are photo shopped.
Therefore mermaids are non existence creatures and all the stories and sightings where just myth's.
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The legend of the Mermaid first started with manatees
A marine scientist said " you would half to be at sea a long time to see a manatee as a beautiful woman
Maigival feamle figures first appear in cave painting druing the Stone Age 30,000 years ago
30,000 years ago is a long time and to this day we still do not have any evidence a mermaid is real
Where it all started
People say this is a mermaid
Since when did mermaids look like this?
The NOAA sent out a national alert eclaring Mermaids aren't real
This is obviouly a not real, what kind of rocks do you see that look like this?
If we say Mermaids are real, lets bring Elsa to life
Something to think about
Mermaids have been a topic for 30,00 years now, they cant reproduce, so wouldnt they be extinct

Also, think about howthe digestive system would work?
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Sources
www.digitaljournal.com
www.realmermaid.net
www.encyclopedia.com
www.animal planet.com
www.slate.com
wwww.oceanservice.gov
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