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This animal is widely domesticated, and has been used in forestry in South and Southeast Asia for centuries and also in ceremonial purposes. Historical sources indicate that they were sometimes used during the harvest season primarily for milling. Wild elephants attract tourist money to the areas where they can most readily be seen, but damage crops, and may enter villages to raid gardens.
The Asian Elephant is slightly smaller than its African relatives; the easiest way to distinguish the two is that the Asian elephant has smaller ears. The Asian Elephant tends to grow to around two to four meters (7–12 feet) in height and 3,000–5,000 kilograms (6,500–11,000 pounds) in weight.
The Asian Elephant has other differences from its African relatives, including a more arched back than the African, one semi-prehensile "finger" at the tip of its trunk as opposed to two, four nails on each hind foot instead of three, and 19 pairs of ribs instead of 21. Also, unlike the African Elephant, the female Asian Elephant usually lacks tusks; if tusks — in that case called "tushes" — are present, they are barely visible, and only seen when the female opens her mouth. The enamel plates of the molars are greater in number and closer together in Asian elephants.
Some males may also lack tusks; these individuals are called "makhnas", and are especially common among the Sri Lankan elephant population. Furthermore, the forehead has two hemispherical bulges, unlike the flat front of the African elephant. Unlike African elephants which rarely use their forefeet for anything other than digging or scraping soil, Asian elephants are more agile at using their feet in conjunction with the trunk for manipulating objects. The Asian elephant also has very thin eyes and a yellow hide in the summer.The sizes of elephants in the wild have been exaggerated in the past. However, record elephants may have measured as high as 12 feet (3.7 m) at the shoulder. Height is often estimated using the rule of thumb of twice the forefoot circumference.The height of the adult male usually does not exceed nine feet, and that of the female eight feet; but these dimensions are occasionally considerably exceeded. George P. Sanderson measured a male standing nine feet seven inches at the shoulder, and measuring twenty-six feet two and one-half inches from the tip of the trunk to the extremity of the tail; and he records others respectively reaching nine feet eight inches and nine feet ten inches at the shoulder. An elephant shot by General Kinloch stood upward of ten feet one inch; and another measured by Sanderson ten feet seven and one-half inches. These dimensions are, however, exceeded by a specimen killed by the late Sir Victor Brooke, which is reported to have reached a height of eleven feet: and there is a rumor of a Ceylon elephant of twelve feet. That such giants may occasionally exist is indicated by a skeleton in the Museum at Calcutta, which is believed to have belonged to an individual living between 1856 and 1860 in the neighborhood of the Rajamahal hills, in Bengal. As now mounted this enormous skeleton stands eleven feet three inches at the shoulders, but Mr. O. S. Fraser, in a letter to the Asian newspaper, states that it is made to stand too low, and that its true height was several inches more. If this be so, there can be no doubt that, when alive, this elephant must have stood fully twelve feet.
A record tusk described by George P. Sanderson measured five feet along the curve, with a girth of sixteen inches (406 mm) at the point of emergence from the jaw, the weight being one hundred and four and one-half pounds. This was from an elephant killed by Sir V. Brooke and measured eight feet in length, and nearly seventeen inches in circumference, and weighed ninety pounds. This tusk's weight is, however, exceeded by [the weight of] a shorter tusk of about six feet in length which weighed one hundred pounds.The heaviest wild male recorded was shot by the Maharajah of Susang in the Garo Hills of Assam, India in 1924, and was 8 tonnes (8.8 short tons), 3.35 m (11.1 ft) tall and 8.06 m (26.6 ft) long.In the wild, elephant herds follow well-defined seasonal migration routes. These are made around the monsoon seasons, often between the wet and dry zones, and it is the task of the eldest elephant to remember and follow the traditional migration routes. When human farms are founded along these old routes there is often considerable damage done to crops, and it is common for elephants to be killed in the ensuing conflicts. The adult Asian Elephant has no natural predators, but young elephants may fall prey to tigers.
A herd of wild Indian elephants in the Jim Corbett National Park, India.Elephants life spans have been exaggerated in the past and live on average for 60 years in the wild and 80 in captivity. They eat 10% of their body weight each day, which for adults is between 170-200 kilograms of food per day. They need
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This is Tae Kwon Do
According to USA TODAY (7/29/85) Taekwondo is "the Sports of the '90s…the
fastest growing sport in the world today."
Korea is 4342 years old since 2,333 BC. The history of Taekwondo is as long as
Korean history. Where the Tonkins, a branch of an old Asian Family, were
nomadic during the Stone Age but finally settled in the Korean peninsula.
A painting on the ceiling of Muyong-chong, a royal tomb of the Korguryo
dynasty (Southern Manchuria) is believed to have been built between 3 AD
and 427 AD and was excavated by a group of archaeologists in 1935.
Taekwondo is the Korean martial art and the only one of these martial art
sports that is a Group A member of the USOC. Taekwondo Literally translated,
Taekwondo means "the way," as in philosophical and spiritual way, " of
smashing with foot and hand." Taekwondo uses about 80 to 90% kicking
techniques. Competition takes place on a wood floor in an eight-meter
square. All fighting is bare-knuckle and bare-foot, full contact. Three,
three-minute rounds of continuous action. Although governed by a point
system, matches can be, and are, won by knockout.
When you're looking at the Taekwondo you can break down into the "five"
different major areas.
1. Poom-se (pattern or form) is a choreographed demonstration of the
various kicks, blocks, and hands techniques of Tae Kwon Do which
the student utilizes with an imaginary opponent or opponents.
Observing a skilled practitioner is like watching a ballet, since
both are very graceful as well a s calculated and controlled.
Forms are used to develop concentration, balance, precision,
beauty, endurance, reflex action, power,speed and agility.
Kinds of forms
a) Traditional Old "ITF" (Hyong) forms.
b) Pal Gwe (National) forms.
c) New Poom-se (WTF) International contemporary
2. Gyo Roo Ki (sparring or fighting)
Kinds of sparring
a) Tournament sparring (full contact): "Olympic Style
Gyogooki" competition, body armor(ho-goo) is worn
to protect the vital organs. For this
championship,each match will consist of two
2 minute period or three 2 minute periods.
Scoring is done in the same manner as in the
points style tournament except that to gain a
point a competitor must land a technique with
"stunning force" to his opponent's body. Warnings
and deductions of points will be explained before
b) One step Two steps three steps sparring (Set
sparring): To develop effective offense and
defense, control of distance, precision, speed and
c) Practical Sparring - This is a means of
self-defense only and has no official rules or
regulations. Any reasonable force necessary may
be used against any vital body target. Most
importantly, this practice helps to overcome fear
or panic in serious or emergency situations.
d) Exhibition/Free sparring (light or no contact):
Exhibition sparring is a graceful and powerful
display of the combination of tournament and
practical sparring. The effectiveness, the
purpose, and the expected result of theoretical
attacks, blocks, and counterattacks are
illustrated using proper form and maximum control.
Exhibition sparring also brings out the excitement
of effective self defense, properly and safely
performed. The most important element is maximum
* a) Applies sports aspects. b) Applies martial
arts aspects. C) Applies self-defense aspects.
d) Applies martial arts, self-defense, and
3. Kyu-pa (breaking)
Kinds of breaking
a) Power breaking: breaking is done to practice and
illustrate the formidable power, precision and great
mental concentration of the Taekwondo practitioner.
Bricks, rocks, boards, cement blocks, and such are
broken since it is not feasible to use this sort of
power on another person in everyday practice.
b) Exhibition breaking: "Korean Tigers Demonstration
Team" is the best prim examples. They put
emphases on graceful,sharp, and powerful mass
calisthenics is a spectacle. This exhibition is
done bare hands and bare foot. And the kick is
often call "FM kick". This kicks are in between
Olympic style competition kicks and contemporary
kicks. However, all the breaking is involves
"external" power. P=mv (The momentum of the object
= mass times velocity at travels).
4. Hosinsul (self defense/Hapkido-surki): is the study of how to use
an attacker's strength or skill and weapons against him/her. The
practitioner learns when, how and where to attack an assailant
using "pressure points" (areas of the body that that when pressed
caused intense pain), grappling and joint locking techniques
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