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July, 2013

December, 2012

November, 2012

  • 27 November

    World’s Fastest Animal Caught In Slo-mo

    Move over, Olympics. Cheetahs are the world’s fastest,  and now thanks to the National Geographic, everyone can see them move in slow motion. A team at the Cincinnati Zoo put a 1200-frame-per-second camera on a track to capture the animal. National Geographic says this is the first time the swift cat ...

  • 23 November

    How to find excellent Pet dog Beds

    Just the way we love comfort, our pets too love a good, comfy bed. When it comes to purchasing a bed for pets, a visit to the pet superstore provides many styles at wide-ranging prices. A dog sleeps about 14 hours in a day, so it becomes important to buy ...

  • 20 November

    Can not-so-cute animals be saved from extinction?

        It’s easy to lend a hand to the Save The Pandas campaign as the animals are cute and cuddly, but does that same effort goes towards animals that are not so attractive? Creatures that achieve world fame for being under threaten tend to be conventionally aesthetically pleasing. Scientists who study the planet’s ...

  • 20 November

    Apes shown to have Midlife crisis like humans

        Humans aren’t the only ones to experience ‘mid-life crisis’. Studies have shown that Chimpanzees also experience a midlife crisis; another way the animal relates to its human counterpart. An International team of researchers assessed the well-being and happiness fo the great apes. Their research shown that well-being was high in ...

  • 15 November

    Owning a Pet at College: The Pros and Cons

    Moving away from home is a big step up in terms of responsibility, and it can feel like an appropriate time to take on the extra responsibility of a pet, either on your own, as part of a couple, or with your fellow flatmates. There are issues that have to ...

  • 6 November

    Rare whale found in New Zealand

    The world’s rarest whale, the spade-toothed beaked whale, has been spotted for the first time in New Zealand, where the two whales had stranded themselves. The two spade-toothed beaked whales, a mother and calf, had been stranded and diedd on the Opape Beach on the North Island of New Zealand ...

October, 2012

September, 2012