Monday , 27 March 2017

Letters

Vicktory Dogs

Thank for the letter Helen, still to this day I do not forgive Michael Vick. Even worse I can’t believe Sony gave him a contract. This means Sony knows that society is becoming more desensitized from violence and supporting a degenerate appeals to the other degenerates that waste their money on cheesy shoe promos. Michael Vick is a Sad person ... Read More »

11 Animal Species that are About to Go Extinct

Some endangered species get all the attention. Polar bears, pandas, and Siberian tigers are hotshots in mainstream conservation campaigns and are featured in various commercials, complete with melodramatic music and emotional appeals. But there are many animal species that are just as close or closer to extinction than these select few. And many of them are equally cute. The following ... Read More »

Monkey Steals Camera, Takes Self-Portraits

A critically endangered macaque monkey took his own photographs after grabbing a camera that had been left lying around by award-winning photographer David Slater! While visiting a national park in North Sulawesi, adiposity Indonesia, page Mr. Slater inadvertently left his camera unattended for a while. The forgotten camera soon attracted the attention of an inquisitive female from a local group ... Read More »

Mating turtles shut down runway at JFK

Love is in the air at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. More than 150 turtles crossed over an active runway and disrupted air traffic on Wednesday so that they could continue their mating season. The diamondback terrapins were trying to get to an ideal location to lay their eggs. That’s a sandy area that happens to be ... Read More »

Hypnotoad

This is a just a really cool picture of a unique frog named the Hypnotoad. We though we go a step further and post some fun facts about frogs while your here: In General Frog Facts There is evidence that frogs have roamed the Earth for more than 200 million years, at least as long as the dinosaurs. The world’s ... Read More »