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The Top 3 Wildest Animal Fighters In North America!

While I’m not advocating violence, watching animals fight over territory, food and mating rights in nature is both awe inspiring and fun. Big and tough creatures are smacking, clawing, and bashing skulls all over Canada and the United States, and I’ve found three really impressive fights caught on video!

How To Keep Squirrels Out Of The Garden

It won’t be too long until it’s time to start planting flowers, vegetables and other plants for the next season, but are the local squirrels consuming all of your hard work before you can enjoy the harvest? If that’s the case, I’ve got a few solid tips to keep those pesky squirrels from destroying your garden!

Captive Orcas On Display At Sochi Winter Olympics

Considering how Sea World is still reeling over the backlash from the 2013 documentary “Blackfish,” it was a matter of moments after it was announced that there will be a pair of killer whales on display during the Sochi Winter Olympics before people began to object.

Tortoises Get Tattoos To Fend Off Poachers!

Rhinos and elephants aren’t the only animals that are commonly harvested for their parts, as several large tortoise species have had their numbers slashed in the wild as pets. Thankfully, this one oddball technique seems to keep the poachers at bay…

Get Ready To Play Zoo Tycoon & Raise Cash For Tigers!

The first Microsoft community poll to decide which of three invaluable animal conservation groups that will receive $10,000 to has ended, and it won’t be long until we can play Zoo Tycoon to help real Sumatran Tigers!

Bing’s Top 10 Beautiful Bird Desktop Backgrounds!

Just in case you haven’t tried it out yet, Bing is Microsoft’s search engine, and it presents a stunning photo on its homepage each and every day. I’ve collected ten of my favorite birdy backdrops for you to use as desktop wallpaper. Enjoy!

Microchipped Bees Will Show Us Where They Buzz Off To!

Australian Scientists are planning to place tiny microchips on the backs of 5,000 honey bees soon in an effort to learn where the little stingers go in an effort to combat colony collapse disorder. Do you think the scientists on the low end of the totem pole have to stick the chips on the stinging bugs?


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