Aessay on dragonfly

Specifications ( C-119G ):
        Engines: Two 3,500-hp Wright R-3350-85 Cyclone radial piston engines.
        Weight: Empty 39,982 lbs., Max Takeoff 74,000 lbs.
        Wing Span: 109ft. 3in.
        Length: 86ft. 6in.
        Height: 26ft. 4in.
        Performance:
            Maximum Speed: 296 mph.
            Cruising Speed: 200 mph.
            Range: 2,280 miles
        Armament: None (For gunship armament see History above.)

Amen to that. Kyla and Cat, you have pinpointed the heart of the issue; the remark ‘ugly as fuck’ does not reflect on Leandra’s appearance in any way (which is fabulous by the way), it’s a reflection of fact that he is an unprofessional, misogynistic, shallow, unkind, -by the lack of a better description- fucking idiot.
Also; I have so much respect for the classy way Leandra handled this, and for the way this post was written. I would have probably shamed his ass publicly and tore right in to him. And every bit of energy would have been completely wasted on a guy like that. This way, she has singlehandedly boosted the confidence and self-image of so many girls and women who read this blog. Actually very inspiring. So thank you, Leandra.

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Just to provide an added measure of security for his sperm, the male dragonfly will often guard the female until she oviposits her eggs. He tries to prevent her from mating with any other males, so his sperm is assured the "last in" position that will make him a father. Male damselflies will often continue to grasp their partners with their cerci, refusing to let go until she oviposits. He'll even endure a dunking in the pond if she submerges to place her eggs. Many dragonflies prefer to guard their partners by simply chasing off any approaching males, even engaging in wing-to-wing combat if necessary.

Aessay on dragonfly

a essay on dragonfly

Just to provide an added measure of security for his sperm, the male dragonfly will often guard the female until she oviposits her eggs. He tries to prevent her from mating with any other males, so his sperm is assured the "last in" position that will make him a father. Male damselflies will often continue to grasp their partners with their cerci, refusing to let go until she oviposits. He'll even endure a dunking in the pond if she submerges to place her eggs. Many dragonflies prefer to guard their partners by simply chasing off any approaching males, even engaging in wing-to-wing combat if necessary.

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