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22 things you didn't know about hedgehogs

Tiggy-Winkles upon the world, children have been enamored by the spiny mammals. In fact, a carved toy hedgehog — presumably a prized possession — was found buried next to a child’s grave unearthed near Stonehenge dating back some 3,000 years. But the love for hedgehogs doesn’t stop when childhood does; one look at YouTube’s nearly 2.5 million videos featuring the prickly creatures points to the fact that we are a people obsessed with hedgehogs. Forget the Digital Age; future historians may just as well refer to this as the Hedgehog Age. But love them as we do, what do we really know about hedgehogs? 1. 2. A young European hedgehog: Erinaceus europaeus (Photo: Lars Karlsson/Wikimedia Commons) 4. 5. 6. 7. The European hedgehog is the largest species of all and reaches 14 inches in length. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

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50 Years Of Climate Change, Habitat Loss Somehow Unable To Take Down Goddamned Parrotfish

According to conservation biologists, rising ocean temperatures, increased runoff of chemicals into coastal waters, and the decimation of coral reefs haven’t even come close to putting these vibrantly colored tropical sons of bitches on the endangered list, let alone succeeded in wiping them out completely. You Know What's Bullshit!? Episode 18. Frogs Love Watching Worms on Smartphones.

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Mammals Species of the World

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Community Ecology II: Predators - Crash Course Ecology #5. Carbon emissions divide 'can be bridged' 23 November 2011Last updated at 17:03 By Richard Black Environment correspondent, BBC News Manufacture and use of technologies such as solar is forging ahead in China The gap between where greenhouse gas emissions are headed and where they need to be for climate targets can be bridged cheaply, says a UN report.

Carbon emissions divide 'can be bridged'

It says that if sectors such as energy, farming, forestry and transport all cut emissions by feasible amounts, global warming can be kept below 2C. But countries' current pledges are not enough to meet the 2C target. Secrets of the Vampire Squid. Save The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus. Help Save The ENDANGERED From EXTINCTION!

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25 Most Beautiful Animals Photography on StumbleUpon

Nothing compares with the expression of a tiger, the majestic flight of an eagle or the strength of a white bear. Below you can see 25 the most beautiful animal photographs that will capture your attention, and were stumbled on StumbleUpon. Top 10 Most Shocking Animal Attacks. Giant sunfish washed up on Overstrand beach in Norfolk. 10 December 2012Last updated at 06:45 ET The giant sunfish washed up on a beach at Overstrand in Norfolk on Sunday morning A giant fish rarely seen in the North Sea has washed up on a Norfolk beach.

Giant sunfish washed up on Overstrand beach in Norfolk

The sunfish, which can grow to weigh up to 2,200 lbs (1,000kg) according to the British Marine Life Study Society, was found dead at Overstrand on Sunday morning. Mystery surrounds deaths of 877 dolphins washed ashore in Peru. NEW: "More investigation needs to be done," says a marine biologistOfficial: The dolphins were found over a 220-kilometer (137-mile) area of coastal Peru this yearThe dolphins were not caused by starvation or poisoning with pesticides, officials sayDozens of dolphins have also washed up in the United States and Brazil this year (CNN) -- Environmental authorities are investigating the deaths of more than 800 dolphins that have washed up on the northern coast of Peru this year.

Mystery surrounds deaths of 877 dolphins washed ashore in Peru

The dolphins may have died from an outbreak of Morbillivirus or Brucella bacteria, said Peruvian Deputy Environment Minister Gabriel Quijandria, according to Peru's state-run Andina news agency. Speaking to CNN, he said he expects test results to be ready within the week. Swim with the dolphins at Dolphin Research Center Marathon FL, Dolphin and Sea Lion Research. Basic Facts About Dolphins. Dolphins are highly intelligent marine mammals and are part of the family of toothed whales that includes orcas and pilot whales. - Save our race. Know the truth. Facts about Dolphins.