Interesting Pest Facts
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Friday, 03 August 2018 11:43

Here is a good looking infographic from the pest control specialists called Pestcotek that features a collection of interesting facts about pests. View facts about rats, mice, seagulls, ants and more or check out pests that we eat.

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20 Incredible Ways Animals Keep Cool
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Tuesday, 01 May 2018 15:50

Here is a taste of an excellent article taken from the London based Air Conditioning Company website which provides information about how different animals manage to stay cool in extreme heat. Read about how termites, bees, prairie dogs, ants and others keep cool.

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When Nature Moves In
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Monday, 04 September 2017 09:03

The people at UK holiday accommodation site Direct Holiday Cottages have published an amazing blog post which takes a look at places around the World where nature has taken over. Check out The Village Green on Shengshan Island in China’s Zhejiang province, empty houses that are filled with dunes of golden sand in the deserts of Namibia and plenty more by viewing the piece.

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Alpaca Haircuts
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Friday, 04 September 2015 15:08

Here I have a collection of photographs of alpacas with really cool hair that have been featured on the Hensting Alpacas website. I am confident that checking out these pictures will put a smile on your face - Enjoy and share!

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Tiger Farming: Trading in Extinction
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Thursday, 31 July 2014 15:00

Here I have an infographic from the animal welfare and conservation charity called the Born Free Foundation all about the out of control breeding of captive tigers stimulating demand for their parts and products across Asia and whether wild tigers stand a chance. The infographic is broken down into several sections including tiger sub species, Global wild and captive tiger population, what the tigers are bred for and more.

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