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We provide an extraordinary opportunity for Make-A-Wish children who are struggling with life threatening illnesses to enjoy an uplifting experience interacting with our otters and some of their furry, feathery, poky, and scaly friends.

We offer otter swim encounters to the public by reservation only, on a limited basis, as a means of financially supporting animal care and our mission of providing solace in times of misfortune to qualifying children in need.

Are you committed to, and take joy from, the hard labor and satisfaction of caring for the animals in our care? This valuable knowledge and experience can be applied towards many career opportunities.

Is your personality nature or nurture?  Studies consistently show 45 to 50 percent is nature.  The surprise though is that the other 50 percent is not nurture.   It’s not your birth order.  It’s not whether you were in day care.  Most surprisingly, 0 percent of the remaining 50 to 55 percent is  determined by how your parents raised you.

Don’t worry, you can still blame your parents for lots of specific aspects of your behavior, but you can’t blame them for your personality.  What is it then that really shapes your personality?  Your peers and chance.  This is nature’s strategy for helping you win.

In Go Put Your Strengths to Work: 6 Powerful Steps to Achieve Outstanding Performance , Marcus Buckingham writes about the research and conclusions in the roles of nature and nurture in shaping your personality.

   The nature-nurture debate: the relative importance of heredity and environment in determining behaviour; the interactionist approach.

Essentially, the nature-nurture debate comprises two arguments: characteristics individuals are born with (and so are genetically predetermined and down to nature) and those which individuals learn from interaction with the environment (and so are down to nurture).

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We provide an extraordinary opportunity for Make-A-Wish children who are struggling with life threatening illnesses to enjoy an uplifting experience interacting with our otters and some of their furry, feathery, poky, and scaly friends.

We offer otter swim encounters to the public by reservation only, on a limited basis, as a means of financially supporting animal care and our mission of providing solace in times of misfortune to qualifying children in need.

Are you committed to, and take joy from, the hard labor and satisfaction of caring for the animals in our care? This valuable knowledge and experience can be applied towards many career opportunities.

Is your personality nature or nurture?  Studies consistently show 45 to 50 percent is nature.  The surprise though is that the other 50 percent is not nurture.   It’s not your birth order.  It’s not whether you were in day care.  Most surprisingly, 0 percent of the remaining 50 to 55 percent is  determined by how your parents raised you.

Don’t worry, you can still blame your parents for lots of specific aspects of your behavior, but you can’t blame them for your personality.  What is it then that really shapes your personality?  Your peers and chance.  This is nature’s strategy for helping you win.

In Go Put Your Strengths to Work: 6 Powerful Steps to Achieve Outstanding Performance , Marcus Buckingham writes about the research and conclusions in the roles of nature and nurture in shaping your personality.

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AAAS login provides access to Science for AAAS members, and access to other journals in the Science family to users who have purchased individual subscriptions.

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We provide an extraordinary opportunity for Make-A-Wish children who are struggling with life threatening illnesses to enjoy an uplifting experience interacting with our otters and some of their furry, feathery, poky, and scaly friends.

We offer otter swim encounters to the public by reservation only, on a limited basis, as a means of financially supporting animal care and our mission of providing solace in times of misfortune to qualifying children in need.

Are you committed to, and take joy from, the hard labor and satisfaction of caring for the animals in our care? This valuable knowledge and experience can be applied towards many career opportunities.

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