Monthly Archives: September 2013


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The Grey And Brown One

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The Cattle

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Court remands Greenpeace activists over piracy claims

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WILDLIFE : Beaver and bison among European species making a comeback

Originally posted on LEARN FROM NATURE:
From the Guardian : Beaver, bison and eagles are among the species that have made a successful comeback in Europe in the past 50 years, according to a major survey published by a coalition of conservation groups on Thursday.…

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Sloth hubris

Originally posted on First Light Productions:
A few weeks ago in Panama, a group of Texans, including a representative from the Dallas World Aquarium, landed in a private jet intending to airlift out of the country roughly 10% of the…

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Bird of the Day: Black Oystercatcher (Portland Island, British Columbia)

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Starlings In The Morning Preparing Migration

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Angarnsjöängen Nature Reserve For Birds

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How Your Bananas Are Making Crocodiles Sick

Bananas are one of those strange foods that we treat like an obvious, ho-hum part of our diets, when in fact it’s pretty incredible that an exotic fruit that is grown almost nowhere in the United States appears every single … Continue reading

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