Blue Whales…

ScienceDaily reports To support their hulking bodies, blue whales use various acrobatic maneuvers to scoop up many individually tiny prey, filtering the water back out through massive baleen plates. In most cases, the whales roll to the right as they capture their prey, just as most people are right-handed. But, researchers now show that the […]

via Righty Blue whales Sometimes Act Like Lefties — Natural History Wanderings

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How to Tell a Raven From a Crow!

Audubon has an article that tells How to Tell a Raven From a Crow These two species, Common Ravens and American Crows, overlap widely throughout North America, and they look quite similar. But with a bit of practice, you can tell them apart. See article at How to Tell a Raven From a Crow | […]

via How to Tell a Raven From a Crow — Natural History Wanderings

The Great Wildlife Decline!

The GREAT DECLINE “The disappearance of wildlife species is perhaps the most pressing and serious of all environmental problems, threatening the loss of valuable natural services and, as a result, undermining human well-being. The already accelerating rate of species loss is set to become faster still, as existing pressures arising from human population growth, expansion […]

via Facts — Wildlife-reporter.com

Katokye Gate of Ishasha, South Africa- Wildlife

Living close or inside the national park is an exciting idea because of the many possibilities, challenges and opportunity it might offer to you depending on what you will be doing there. Its, been 18 months living in Ishasha Area of QENP just 5minutes away from the katokye gate of Ishasha. The love of nature […]

via Life Experience at Ishasha Area South of Queen Elizabeth National park — UGLOCALTOURIST

The Great Indoors: Why I Don’t Post New Hikes Right Now

A big job! Good luick!

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We are living in Berlin, this big and always busy city and it’s getting more and more crowded in the last years. So we decided to take a big step to buy a house outside of the city in the forest. First as a weekend home later maybe as our small, private Florida.

After some research we found an old house on a big  estate in a tiny settlement in the forest at the borders of a small town in the east of Berlin, I fell in love with it and he found it very reasonable. I guess he fell in love with it too, and I find it reasonable as well but the tendencies are quite clear (-:.

In 1927 architect and plasterer Kurt Milius build the house, small but with kind of a cosmopolite grandezza  – with a dome in the living room, waffled ceilings, built-in closets and…

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Elephant Friendly Tea…

As every mother knows, we would lift mountains to save our children. On this Mother’s Day, I watch a video of an elephant in India rescuing her calf from a steep-sided, deathly ditch. She ignores the excited chatter of nearby people. All that matters is the life of her newborn baby. Watch her use her magnificent foot […]

via Heroic Mothers: Watch this Elephant Save Her Baby and then Buy a Cup of Certified Elephant Friendly Tea ™ — Kingfisher Journey- Marina Richie

Silky Sharks in Cuban Waters…

This 2015 video is called Shark experts are surrounded by exceptionally large silky sharks in Cuban waters. From BioNews: First silky shark sightings by Saba Conservation Foundation! Whilst nurse sharks and Caribbean reef sharks are regularly spotted on the Saba Bank, it’s not every day that you see silky sharks. During a routine visit to […]

via First silky sharks seen off Saba, Caribbean — Dear Kitty. Some blog