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Transcript: Ocean Sea By Alessandro Baricco Introduction Fiction novel Love, vengeance, mystery and finding ones own destiny Introduction Redemption Liberation Perfection The Sea 1. Book 1 2. Womb of the Sea 3. Songs of the Return Three Books Elisewin Bartelboom Father Pluche Anna Devera Adams The Children Characters Characters Seeking to find where the sea begins Copper cup that is filled with only sea water Painting a canvas that is continuously white Plasson Plasson Young girl who slipped through the air so that you could not take your eyes off her with a voice so beautiful it sounded like velvet Afraid “Elisewin shall go to the sea. I shall take her there. And if need be we shall stay there for months , years, until she managers to find the strength to face the water and everything else. And in the end she shall return, alive.” Elisewin Elisewin Where the sea ends "Encyclopaedia of Limits to be found in nature” Love letters to the woman he one day hopes to meet Bartelboom Bartelboom Adulterous woman Wandering the shores of the Almayer wishing to be with her husband Anna Devera Anna Devera Hard tormenting shipwreck The only place where he could become whole again Adams Adams Dira who signs in the guests and runs the inn Dood who sits all day long in the windowsill of Bartelbooms room and stares at sea Ditz who listens to the guests as they sleep and reads their dreams Dol who sits with Plasson and helps him look for ships The Children The Children Book 2: The Womb of the Sea Talks of a man who watched him suffer but did not kill him Savigny Savigny Story of abomination Men who were murdered and left to die, of hunger, desperation and madness The sea as a mirror, where truth lays and man can see him true self Thomas Thomas Each character has found their true destiny Plassons all white tomb stone Songs of the Return Book Three: Songs of the Return Bartlebooms Revelation Revelation of laughter Finds peace within himself Rewrite the encylopeida of limits to be a book that never ended Example Revelation 2 "I have never felt more alive than I do now. It is a way of loosing everything in order to find everything" Anna Devera Revelation 3 Thomas finally takes his revenge on savigny, stabs him in the night, and throws him into the sea Climax Climax The perfect infinite ocean that alongside all of the madness that has happened still remains serene The sea that is eternal, as bartleboom comes to prove. Conclusion Conclusion

Sea the Ocean

Transcript: SEA the Ocean! SEA Mating Season is throughout the year. When it is time to give birth, the female will distance herself from the pod, often going near the surface of the water. They usually have one calf; twins are very rare. As soon as the calf is born, the mother will quickly take it to the surface so it can take its first breath. There are more than 465 known species of sharks living in the ocean today. Sharks are predators at or near the top of their marine food chains. The stingray's coloration commonly reflects the seafloor's shading, camouflaging it from predators. SHARK!!! Sting Rays Sharks belong to a family of fish that have skeletons made of cartilage. They breathe through a series of five to seven gills located on both sides of their bodies. All sharks have multiple rows of teeth, and while they lose teeth on a regular basis, new teeth continue to grow in and replace those they lose. Stingrays are commonly found in the shallow waters of temperate seas. They spend the majority of their time partially buried in sand, often moving only with the sway of the tide. OUR mating From above the water's surface, the manatee's nose and nostrils are often the only thing visible. Manatees never leave the water but, like all marine mammals, they must breathe air at the surface. A sleeping manatee can remain submerged for up to 15 minutes, but while swimming, it must breathe every three or four minutes. sharks Sea turtles are one of the Earth's most ancient creatures. The seven species that can be found today have been around for millions of years. The sea turtle's shell is made for swimming through the water. Most eat jellyfish, seaweed, crabs, shrimp, sponges, snails, and algae. MATing 1: Dolphins 2: Sea Turtles 3: Sting Rays 4: Manatees 5: Sharks Most dolphins live long lives. The bottlenose dolphin can live over 40 years. Features of Sharks MANAtees... Generally, female stingrays give birth once a year. They usually have two to six young at a time. While a baby stingray is still inside its mother, it grows to be quite large and developed so that when it's born, it looks like a little adult. From birth, the baby stingray is able to fend for itself! Shark skin is made up of scales for easy movement in the water. The upper side of a shark is generally dark to blend in with the water from above and their bellies are white or lighter colored to blend in with the lighter surface of the sea from below. This helps to camouflage them from predators and prey. Dolphins are very intelligent animals. Despite of living in the water, they are mammals. They mostly eat fish and squid. Dolphins are well known for their playful behavior. Like bats, dolphins use echo location to find their prey. To prevent drowning while sleeping, only half of their brain goes to sleep, while the other half remains awake so they can continue to breathe! Sea Turtles Sea Cows! MATING SEASON! Mating season is usually March-October, depending on the species. Most female sea turtles have between 70-190 eggs, again, depending on the species. When the young hatch out of their eggs, they make their way to the ocean. Only a few survive until adulthood. 1: Unlike other turtles, sea turtles cannot retract their legs and head into their shells. 2: Green sea turtles can stay under water for as long as five hours! Their heart rate slows to conserve oxygen. Nine minutes may elapse between heartbeats. FUN Facts! MATING mating SHARKS Sharks mature slowly, and reach reproductive age anywhere from 12 to 15 years. Many species only give birth to one or two pups at a time. (Pups are Baby Sharks) Soon after birth, shark pups swim away to fend for themselves. They are born with all of their teeth and are able to feed and live on their own. LIFESPAN! Creatures! Sting Rays! F A V O R I T E Dolphins By: Makenna Bailey Sea TURTLES! Manatees are usually seen alone, in pairs, or in small groups of a half dozen or fewer animals. Manatees are born underwater. Mothers must help their calves to the surface so that they can take their first breath, but the infants can usually swim on their own in about an hour. 3: Temperature determines the gender of the baby turtles. Female will be born if the temperature of the egg is high and male if the temperature of the egg is low. Predators Dolphins Predators of the stingray are sharks, seals, and sea lions. Manatees

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