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What Do Swans Eat - 4 Food Options If You Plan on Feeding Swan

15th April 2010
Are you planning to raise some swans in your garden pond? In getting started, it is helpful to know first the basic details about swans so you can effectively raise and breed them successfully. For first time breeders or swan raisers, the food that swans ... Read >
Author: Andrew Grey

Boa constrictors as pets

22nd March 2010
If you quite fancy being a pet owner, then you may have given some consideration as to adopting a boa constrictor as a pet. However, it is imperative that you come to appreciate that caring for a boa takes commitment and they require a considerable amount... Read >
Author: billydeakin

Regal Angelfish Care

11th March 2010
The Regal Angel is considered by a quantity of enthusiasts for being one of the most exquisite large angelfish in the industry. It definitely also one of the hardest to house in captivity. The scientific designation given to this beauty is Pygoplites D... Read >
Author: Indy

Gods The God Of A Second Chance by Richard Roberts

05th March 2010
God's the God of a second chance, friend, and he'll turn that captivity, whatever it is, fear, deterred, depression, whatever it is, sickness and illness, God can turn that situation around in your life. And I just PRRR feel just like praying again. In th... Read >
Author: Vince George

My Chinchilla Facts

15th February 2010
Chinchillas are a variety of rodent that did originate in South American. They have luxurious, tight, thick fur coat. In the wild they have a life expectancy from approximately 10 to near 20 years. Their life expectancy is greater in captivity with a span... Read >
Author: Dr Tom Goodman

10 Interesting Facts about Tel Aviv, Israel

05th January 2010
The second largest city in Israel, Tel Aviv is situated along the Mediterranean coast. The history behind this rich metropolis is astounding. Originally known as Jaffa, the city dates back to 1470 BC, where an Egyptian pharaoh mentioned it in letters he w... Read >
Author: Tom Harel

How To Catch Minnows Crappie Fishing Secret Part #3

04th June 2009
How To Catch Minnows If you don't have a whole lot of experience,and you want to get out there and guarantee some good catches of crappie than live minnows are for you. And if you don't want to spend a arm and a leg at the bait shop here is a way to ca... Read >
Author: Mark Fleagle

Green Wing Macaws In The Wild

13th March 2009
Green Wing Macaws, scientifically known as Ara chloroptera, are also known as Maroon Macaws and Red and Green Macaws. They are the second largest of the macaw family at between 34 and 39 inches and weigh near 2 pounds. Green Wing Macaws in the wild live a... Read >
Author: Chet Womach

The Chicken Living Conditions

12th January 2009
If most of us thought about the conditions in which chickens used for meat and eggs are raised and slaughtered, we'd become vegetarian on the spot. Egg-laying chickens can be raised in cages with 6 chickens to a cage, each chicken getting only 67 square i... Read >
Author: Jill Smi

Rainbow Lorikeet Pets

20th October 2008
Rainbow Lorikeets are colourful parrots that are very active and entertaining as companion pets. This species is monomorphic, meaning both sexes are identical in appearance. They are approximately 30cm (11.8in) in length. The body, including the back ... Read >
Author: Jane Renshaw

Animals And Birds Should Be Cage Free

04th September 2008
It probably began in the past when man began to understand the beauty of animals. Coupled with his power over them, he probably decided that he wanted to have the beautiful animals that he had encountered on his hunting trips to be near him. Through the c... Read >
Author: Jay Schindler

What is Daniel's 70 week prophecy?

13th August 2006
The prophecy in Daniel 9: 24-27 reads: "Seventy weeks are determined upon thy people and upon thy holy city, to finish the transgression, and to make an end of sins, and to make reconciliation for iniquity, and to bring in everlasting righteousness, an... Read >
Author: Debra Lohrere

St. Patrick's Day Traditions

23rd February 2006
On March 17, 431AD, when Patrick of Ireland died, a new holiday was born. Though the celebrations began in the 700's as a traditional Catholic Holy Day, over the years St. Patrick's Day has become more a secular holiday which marks the beginning for sprin... Read >
Author: NS Kennedy
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