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Beasts of the Wild

Beasts of the Wild

Lions and tigers and bears - oh my! Exploring majestic beasts in their natural habitats.

  • Ruth Elizabeth Stiff
    Published a day ago
    The Birds of the Seas

    The Birds of the Seas

    The Dolphin is one of the most beautiful and lively marine creatures on this Earth. It sings underneath the Oceans of this world and jump out of the waters to ‘see’ the world we live in. They are graceful, sleek swimmers and can reach speeds of more than 18 miles an hour. They are playful and often frolic in a boat’s wake, leaping out of the water --- mainly for fun but also to communicate and shed pesky parasites.
  • BJV LEAVITT
    Published 20 days ago
    Dead whale mother
  • Amber Blaize
    Published 21 days ago
    Are You a Mosquito Magnet?

    Are You a Mosquito Magnet?

    Mosquitos are smarter than most people realize.
  • John Anderson
    Published 23 days ago
    European hamster, North Atlantic whale, many lemurs on brink of extinction

    European hamster, North Atlantic whale, many lemurs on brink of extinction

    The lemurs of Madagascar, the European hamster, and the Atlantic black whale have taken a new step towards extinction, due to human activities - points out the new red list of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
  • rose m lewis
    Published 26 days ago
    THE ATTACK OF THE BEAVER AT THE LAKE

    THE ATTACK OF THE BEAVER AT THE LAKE

    It was the beginning of summer and we decided to go to Nancy Lake and fish for Rainbow Trout and Pike. I called my daughter on the phone I asked her if she wanted to come. She said yes, I told her we would leave the next day. As I was getting ready I noticed that we did not have enough bait. So I called my husband to pick some up. He told me he would get some worms and not to worry. I do worry a little bit because if we forget something there is no way we can get the item. Well, I would get everything we needed. All my husband has to do is put the gear into the car. In the meantime, my daughter is getting her things together. My husband came home and we had dinner then he put some things in the car. I asked him if he had gotten the bate. He said he did and I said besides the worms did you get the eggs. He told me he did I said to him great! The next morning we ate breakfast and then finished putting everything in the car. I called my daughter and told her we will be picking her up. When we arrived at her home she came to the car and put her things in the car. My husband drove to the highway and he had to drive about an hour to Nancy Lake campground.
  • Peter Philip
    Published about a month ago
    Why the carnivores are so successful in the nature

    Why the carnivores are so successful in the nature

    Why are the carnivores so successful in the nature?
  • Dimitri S
    Published about a month ago
    The US Navy and Southern Resident Orcas

    The US Navy and Southern Resident Orcas

    The United States Navy recently applied for an incidental take of marine mammals, for some of their recent naval training for the 2020 season and beyond.
  • Dimitri S
    Published about a month ago
    Cetacean Breeding Bans

    Cetacean Breeding Bans

    Back in June of 2019, the Federal government voted to go ahead on a bill, Bill S203. This bill, basically “bans” the import, export, and breeding of cetaceans.
  • Tim Whittard
    Published 2 months ago
    Britain’s Big Cat Mystery

    Britain’s Big Cat Mystery

    ‘Britain’s Big Cat Mystery’ is the world’s first and only award-winning feature-length documentary exploring the unusual phenomenon of the United Kingdom’s population of mysterious large cats, which are alleged to be prowling the wilderness of this group of little islands nestled together on the European edge of the North Atlantic.