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How many animals were aboard the Titanic?
The Titanic carried 20 lifeboats enough for 1178 people. They were legally required to carry enough lifeboats to carry 1060 people. The boat was designed to be able to car…ry 32 lifeboats, but did not as it would have made the top deck too cluttered. So all in all the Titanic carried the correct amount of lifeboats. To save every person on the ship there would have had to be, 40 lifeboats.
None. It was Noah who had the ark. See the correct question below.
Well, there was the ships cat Jenny, 9 dogs, 30 cockerels 4 hens and a yellow canary altogether thats 45 animals on board the ship but sadly only 2 dogs survived out of all of… them :(
there were numerous areas and rooms on the C-Deck of the Titanic, from all different classes and some crew areas aswell in First Class, there were the - a total of 148 sta…terooms, including 2 parlour suites (with no private promenade deck) - the foreard grand staircase, with the 3 lifts - the foot of the aft grand staricase was also located on C-Deck - on the Starboard side of the forward foyer around the grand staircase, were the purser's office and the inquiry office (the place where Andrews, the carpenter, captain smith, murdoch, and ismay found out titanics fate after revising the plans and concluding that titanic could not stay afloat with 5 compartments flooded) - the maids and valets saloon was located on the starboard side just behind the aft grand staricase - the first class surgery office was located on the very far end of the first class C-Deck area, with stairs that lead down to D-Deck for the other hospital facilities - the barber's shop was located on the port side behind the aft staircase In second class there was - the aft and forward seocnd class staircases with 1 lift - the second class library - the second class covered promenade with two gangway doors on each side In third class there was - the third class hospital facilities on the forward part of the ship close to the crew areas -the forward well deck, often considered as the third class promenade, it had two folding gangway entires on each side, two electrical cranes and two wells that went down to the holds -the aft well deck, also had two cranes, two folding gangways on each side, and two wells - the third class aft stairs companionway started at C-Deck at the very aft of the ship, these stairs companionway went all the way down to F-Deck with other staris going down to G-Deck - along the stairs were two identical rooms with two purposes, on of them, located on the starboard side was the third class general room -and on the port side was the 3rd class smoke room A great website that has detailed deckplans of everydeck of titanic is in the related links below. It is amazignly detailed with all the tables, chairs rooms and doors, every single inch of titanic is in there
There were many animals aboard the RMS Titanic's tragic maiden voyage. Animal passengers include cats, dogs, chickens, and a large amount of rats.
yes there were babies aboard ship there were 8 i know this because i researched only one of the 8 babies survived and she died in 2009 2 of the babies got thrown overboard by …her mother because only the mother wanted to survive on the life boats and the baby would freeze any way another of the babies died after the mother had jumped of the titanic thinking it would be smart holding her baby but they both died when the ship fell on top of them another of the babies died because there were no life boats and her mum put her in the cot and put it to sleep and the mother ran off to get a boat but had no luck another of the baby's died because there were no life boats and the parents of the baby and the babies sister all went down with the ship another of the baby's died because of the fact it was to cold when they were sailing to safety they baby's mum only noticed her baby was dead when she was to give her a boob the last baby went into the water with her mum right by her side and the baby and the mother died of hypothermia. there were 3 girls and 5 boys the baby that survived was a girl her name was Samantha.
I found this on another site. Im unsure if this is 100% accurate but i belive it is very close. Im too lazy to rewrite it so im just gona copy it to this site (Cheesy i know…) Im allsoe gona copy a story (True or False) I don't know. What I Found Out about the Animals Who Sailed Titanic. Artemis, the Greek goddess sometimes called protector/patron of wild animals and birds or Lady of the Beasts, was on board --in the form of a statue displayed on a mantle in the first class lounge. Accounts I ran across varied as to the exact number of the following, but they were all close (within a number or two either way of each other): there were either nine or ten dogs aboard, as well as four hens and roosters, 30 cockerels, a yellow canary, a pet pig, and Jenny, the ship's cat. (Plus a whole slew of rats. Another scene I often wondered about from the movie.) If the ship hadn't sunk, an informal dog show was planned on board for later that day. (Monday April 12th.) Dogs whose names and breeds I could find include: Gamon de Pycombe, a French Bulldog; Kitty, an Airedale belonging to John Jacob Astor; Frou Frou, breed unknown, but the owner was Helen Bishop; Rigel, a black Newfoundland who belonged to the Titanic's 1st Officer; a Pomeranian whose name I couldn't find but the owner was Margaret Hayes; and Sun Yat Sen, a Pekinese owned by Henry Sleeper Harper. There were kennels aboard, but about five dogs actually stayed in the cabins with their owners. Someone took pity on the dogs and let them out of their kennels, unable to bear the thought of them drowning while trapped in there. Accounts also vary as to how many dogs survived, but these three at least did: the Pomeranian, Sun Yat Sen, and Rigel. (Possibly Gamon de Pycombe also. A passenger by the name of Mr. Norris remembered having been treading water next to the bulldog before being pulled into a lifeboat. I could not find reference to whether the bulldog was pulled in as well or not.) A seven-year-old survivor named Eva Hart was so enchanted by Gamon de Pycombe that her dog of choice for the rest of her life was French bulldogs. A Special Note About Rigel The story of Rigel brings tears to my eyes. No one pulled him into a lifeboat. He treaded water for three hours until Carpathia finally arrived. In fact, the rescue ship was about to run over one of the lifeboats, whose occupants were too weak to shout and signal their presence, when Rigel saved them by barking. The Captain heard it and stopped in time. Rigel survived. Since his master died, Jonas Brigg, one of Carpathia's sailors, adopted him. Made by Courtney Mroch. Copied by Finn Dominic.
2 dogs and a pig that is all i know for know :-)
45 where aboard on the ship.
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There were just over 700 third class passengers and only 178 of them survived. There are conflicting numbers from the official manifest lists (706 vs 708 vs 721). Answer The…re is a list of 721 third-class passengers on the Titanic. Most of those who died were from this section, known as "steerage." (see the related link to the 3rd class passenger list)
1st class best rooms, 1st class, 2nd class and 3rd class, they made the most money out of the 3rd and first class passengers there were hardly any 2nd class rooms
The vast majority would have been British and Irish with a few americans. The first class was people was almost entirely wealthy British passengers that were going on the Tit…anic there and back to England as a holiday cruise. Second class were just the same but there were more american's who went to England to return on the Titanic's maiden voyage. Third Class passengers were almost all Irish who boarded the titanic to find a new life in the high economy of America
There was one known cat with kittens, she was called 'Jenny' and was the ship's cat. However, there is a debate as to if she left the Titanic at Southampton with her kittens o…r went down with the ship. A stoker by the name of 'Jim Mulholland' supposedly saw her taking the kittens off and took that as an omen, leaving the ship. Stewardess 'Violet Jessop', who survived the sinking, wrote about the cat in her memoirs but did not say what happened to her.
There was a lot of entertainment on the Titanic for the ship's wealthy passengers, there was the orchestra, of course. First class had a gynasium, Turkish baths, squash court,… swimming pool, etc. There were also a few libraries, though each class had to stick to its own.