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Showing posts with label knowledge. Show all posts

What is a Bandicoot?

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Bandicoots are marsupials that live in Mainland Australia, Tasmania, New Guinea and its surrounding islands. They do not like water and make funnel-like pits when going after insects and plants for food. Country people treat them as pests. They are dying out.  There are about twenty species.  The four most interesting are shown below.  ||| what bandicoot marsupial in native up nose on long region snout marsupial as bandicoot long it nose short. |
The Perameles, a bandicoot with a long nose like a rat is confined to eastern Australia.
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Short-nosed bandicoots, Isoodon, are common in all regions. 
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An endangered rabbit-eared type called a bilby, Thylacomys, is only found in isolated inner Australia.
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The Chaeropus ecaudatus or pig-footed is also rare, not seen in years, and is similar to a deer but smaller.   Its feet are little hoofs with one finger attached to each rear leg and two on each front.
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"And tomorrow I start university."
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Tyrannosaurus rex Had a Tremendous Bite

Knowledge about ancient animals is going in leaps and bounds. Every month or so something new is discovered. Tyrannosaurus rex, for example, had a bite far stronger than imagined previously. The "Terminator" pig-like Archaeotherium was assumed to have the strongest bite of all. This view has now changed.

Tyrannosaurus rex was no wimp. It could take chunks of meat out of living victims. In-depth research was done on the head of the ancient beast. A computer simulation with skeleton and muscles showed a tremendous bite of 1350 kilograms of force. This was at the back of the mouth where the bite was strongest.

To put this into perspective, modern crocodiles and alligators have a bite of about 1,200 kilogram. The shark is feared, but it has a bite of only 300 kilograms. Dinosaurs were really frightening animals when all animals were very large. Man would have been out of place in such an environment. With animals having tremendous biting power humans would not have survived for long.
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Memorization Is Still Useful at University

It has been said that memorizing answers is not good preparation for university. This is based on the premise that much tertiary work is research and evaluation. But what about exams? Semester examinations can contribute from 10 to 50 per cent of a subject, depending on who creates the "set up" of a course.

Lecturers set exams based upon their own knowledge. They can't help themselves. It is like an artist who paints a crowd. On close perusal of the picture you can see many instances of little artists everywhere. In other words painters tend to create images of themselves. University lecturers test students on their own knowledge - they have their own pet areas.

Students can benefit from this. They can take a recording device into lectures. Indeed, many institutions record lectures for students who miss them for unforeseen reasons. It is possible to buy devices that play back speech very fast. They have a tone control to normalize the pitch. Students can play lectures over and over again at their leisure to memorize lecturers' favorite areas of knowledge. You can virtually guarantee this will be tested for in exams.

Just about every subject has a political dimension - economics, political science, sociology, anthropology and historiography. Determine where on the political spectrum a lecturer is positioned. Write assignments that support their view. Then you will get good marks.
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