Category Archives: Animals

Eric Burdon &The Animals – See see rider 1967

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqSX6jEv408 I said see, see, see rider Oh, see what you have done I said see, see, see rider Oh, see what you have done Oh girl, you made me love you *****Now, that your man has come and gone**** … Continue reading

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Snake Caught Attacking Dinosaur—First Fossil Proof

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/03/100301-snake-eats-dinosaurs-fossils-sanejeh-indicus-scitech/ A prehistoric snake threatens a dinosaur hatchling in a life-size reconstruction of fossils unearthed in India. Found in India, the well-preserved dinosaur-nest scene boasts several fossils: a nearly complete snake, a newly emerged dinosaur, and two unhatched eggsâ,”all apparently … Continue reading

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Salamanders, headwater streams critical in food chain

http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2008-02/uom-shs022108.php Salamanders, headwater streams critical in food chain MU study suggests salamanders are ‘keystone’ species COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri scientist Ray Semlitsch studies creatures most people don’t ever see. These creatures are active only at night and thrive … Continue reading

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Dark Roasted Blend: Animals Having Fun, Part 9

http://www.darkroastedblend.com/2008/01/animals-having-fun-part-9.html The Morning Half-Life Blues Girls buck the wind in the grooves toward work in fuzzy coats promised to be warm as fur. The shop windows snicker flashing them hurrying over dresses they cannot afford: you are not pretty enough, … Continue reading

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BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Big mammals key to tree-ant team

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7179880.stm At first it may seem counter-intuitive: that preventing large African herbivores from browsing Acacia trees decreases their growth. This, however, is precisely what researchers report in Science magazine. It is all because of the Acacia’s mutually beneficial relationship with … Continue reading

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http://www.pigsonparade.org/ A neighbor approached the farmer whose farm bordered his brothers patch and asked, “Whats with the three-legged pig?” “Well, a fire started in the barn last month while we were sleeping, and that pig personally drove our cow Bessie … Continue reading

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