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BC: Bridgett Rogers Mr. Leslie's 8th Period

FC: January 2012 Vol. 1 No. 1 | An ARCHitext Magazine | The root word "arch" means first or leader.

1: Table of Contents | 1. Creatures of the Deep Sea 2. We are the Future 3. Arch Vocabulary 4. Arch Analogies

2: Creatures of the Deep Sea | A place where light can no longer penetrate, the temperature is freezing, and pressure is tense, it seems as if nothing can survive there. The Deep Sea. Strange, but amazing creatures only survive there, like the anglerfish shown above and the sperm whale.

3: In the deep, dark, depths of the ocean are creatures that create their own light, an anglerfish for example. Known for its elongated dorsal spine that supports a light-producing organ, known as a photophore, which lights though a chemical process called bioluminescence. The anglerfish, scientifically known as melanocetus johnsoni, descends about 3,000 feet worldwide. The small creature, about 5 inches, attracts its prey waving it back and forth. | The Anglerfish in DCOM Finding Nemo is an example of a Deep Sea creature.

4: The largest toothed whale, the sperm whale, is known for the oily fat, spermmaceti, contained in their large heads, and were often hunted for that. In archaic times they were called common cachalot, old French for "tooth." Scientifically known as physeter macrocephalus, the large, 65 foot creature can go down 10,000 feet worldwide. They are mammals who have to breathe air. Being the deepest diver, it can stay under water for up to 2 hours.

5: The Sperm Whale comes to the surface to get air, then descends to its habitat.

6: The fish of the deep sea are among the strangest and mos elusive creatures on Earth. In the deep unknown lie many unusual creature that have yet to be studied. "It's like going to a new country," said expedition leader Monty Priede of Britain's University of Aberdeen. many deep sea fish are bioluminescent, with extremely large eyes adapted to the dark. It has been found that the deeper a fish lives, the more jelly-like its flesh and minimal bone structure. This makes them slower and less agile than surface fish.

7: Top: Anglerfish Bottom: Sperm Whale | With an exception to the sperm whale, and others, who are biodiverse and can travel to different sea levels. Any aquatic animal depends on organic substance dropping from higher levels. Balance diet is always good to keep a healthy body

8: EGG | The Mount (919) 833 - 2829 www.liveatthemount.org | May 9, 1875 12 noon 301 S Swain St Raleigh, NC 27601 | Reconstruction Town Hall Meeting

9: We Are The Future | Governor William W. Holden worked diligently to reorganize and reform the state, to great opposition from the leaders who had taken North Carolina into the Confederacy. The KKK became an active arm of the Conservative legislature. The KKK intimidated people "to provide an intelligent white man's government." To stop the KKK from taking over key places in the state, Governor Holden declared the martial law. We would be better off as an anarchy than to have to Conservative as the hierarchy. Carpetbaggers formed an oligarchy in tune with the needs of the common people. African Americans used the legislature to promote rights for everyone. The Republican Party won the election of 1867 in the south due to black votes. They were the monarch. As the matriarch of my family, I would like for my descendants to have equal rights.

10: Arch - First, Leader | 1. Anarchy - A state or society without government or law. 2. Archangel - A chief or principal angel. 3. Archeology - The scientific study of historic or prehistoric peoples and their culture by analysis pf their artifacts, inscriptions, monuments, and other such remains, esp. those that have been excavated. 4. Archaeopteryx - A reptile like fossil bird of the genus archaeopteryx, from the late Jurassic period, having teeth and a long, feathered, vertebrate tail. 5. Archaic - primitive; ancient; old. 6. Archetype - The original pattern or model from which all things of the same kind are copied or on which they are based; a model of first form; prototype.

11: 7. Archipelago - Any large body of water with many islands. 8. Architect - A person professionally engaged in the design of certain large constructions other than buildings and the like. 9. Archive - Documents or records relating to the activities business dealings, etc. 10. Hierarchy - Any system of persons of things ranked one above another. 11. Matriarch - The female head of a family or tribal line. 12. Monarch - A person or thing that holds a dominant position. 13. Oligarchy - A form of government in which all powers is invested in a few persons or in a dominant class or clique, government by the few.

12: Archaeopteryx: Fly:: Cougar: Run Archetype: Copyright:: Big: Large | Archangel: CEO:: Banana: Apple Archeology: Artifacts:: Apple: Seed | Archipelago: Pacific Ocean:: Color: Purple

13: Arch Analogies | Architect: Amateur:: Butterfly: Caterpillar Archive: Month:: School: Middle | Matriarch: Paterfamilias:: Up: Down

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