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5 Durable Dog Toys

11th June 2012
Have you found that your dogís toys donít hold up past the first few frantic minutes of playing? Those who are at all like me are a canine owners who's dealt with increasing inconvenience simply because you select toy after toy that finish up in the t... Read >
Author: Gabe Swanson

Sinharaja Rainforest- home to a variety of fascinating animals

11th May 2010
Located in the Sabaragamuwa and the Southern Provinces of Sri Lanka, the Sinharaja Rainforest is home to a number of endemic animal species and insects. Sinharaja has at times been categorized as a Tropical Lowland Rainforest and a Tropical Wet Evergreen ... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Night Fishing for Catfish

06th March 2009
Night fishing for catfish can be a very rewarding fishing trip .Trust me If you do it Correctly you will catch fish, not only will you catch fish but some will be lunkers! Catfish feed at night and are very active, and when they get into a feeding frenzy ... Read >
Author: Travis Booth

Getting A Pet Cougar

03rd December 2008
Have you ever considered living with an exotic cat? If you have, you aren't forlorn. Many people ardor to take heed of exotic animals like cougars.Cougars are friendlier animals among other exotic feline species. They are affectionate and compliant to the... Read >
Author: Judd Snell

A short history of Animals.

17th August 2008
How many species of animals have been identified to date? The answer is close to two million and they are the most varied living thing on planet Earth. They have struggled to overcome tremendous obstacles, adapting their lifestyles in order to survive. Th... Read >
Author: Andrew

Hyenas, Jackals & Wild Dogs: The Sharpest of Africa's Lesser Predators

23rd August 2006
The big cats- leopard, lion and cheetah, are the top dogs of Africa's predators. The pre-eminence of these feral celebrities in the public imagination has relegated to second place other predators whose success is equally impressive, and sometimes even mo... Read >
Author: Andrew Muigai
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