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In bucolic Beaufort, South Carolina where I now reside, the locals are keen to set Northerners straight about alligators. They’re omnipresent — they’re everywhere. They’re like squirrels in the Lowcountry [and believe me, my backyard is full of squirrels.] And while intimidating, recorded alligator attacks are few and far between.
There's a pair of bald eagles who have just had their third “convocation” in the National Arboretum, hatching two eaglets, “DC4” and “DC5,” this past February. These chicks really need better names, and you are invited to submit them! Even if you're not up to renaming DC4 and DC5, you MUST see them!
While over 400,000 lives have been lost in Syria, and international turmoil is escalating after the use of chemical weapons and a U.S. strike, there has been little reported about the fate of the country’s animals. Overshadowed by these human death tolls and humanitarian abuse of children and women, it’s an afterthought what can done for animals and pets in this war-torn country? Yet their crisis is dire and heart-breaking as well.
The only thing most people know about the Japanese Puffer Fish is that it is called Fugu when they order it at their local sushi restaurant and that it can be poisonous if not prepared correctly. However there is a great deal more to this unassuming little gray fishy. The male of the species creates great works of art in pursuit of the female of the species.
Launched in 2011, Nextdooris a private social networking service. Differing from the major social networks that appeal to large international audiences, this social media platform is set up for smaller groups, which have one area of focus in common — namely their local neighborhoods.
Meet Willie, the Quaker Parrot, who is known for his friendly, chatty nature. He outdid himself when he put two words together, 'Mama' and 'baby', which he had never used before, saving the life of a child who was choking.
Last Saturday it was reported that the first of 5 batches of 90 kangaroos were released into the wilds of Wyoming in an effort to populate the state with the iconic Australian marsupial. In a plan called "Project Sage Hopper," the animals would be studied to see how well they are able to adapt, thrive, and migrate in their new northern hemisphere environment.