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What A Wonderful World With David Attenborough

What A Wonderful World With David Attenborough

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21 More Strange Animals You Didn’t Know Exist You might think you’ve seen the world over, under, around and through, but there will still be wonders that will make your eyes pop. Even if you’re a dedicated animal enthusiast, you can’t honestly expect to know all of the 1,367,555 non-insect animal species, that are identified on the face of Earth today! Besides, new animal species might be discovered by the time you finish reading this text, so there will always be some new surprises for us out there. [Read more...]

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Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plan on Ecotourism 1. ECOTOURISM: Students walk around the class and talk to other students about ecotourism. Change partners often and share your findings. 2. Wildlife is absolutely thriving at Chernobyl disaster site It's hard to find a bright side to the world's worst-ever nuclear disaster, but wildlife may beg to differ. After the 1986 fire and explosion at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant released radioactive particles into the atmosphere, everyone left, never to return. But now researchers studying animal populations have made a seriously counterintuitive discovery: The Chernobyl site looks less like a disaster zone and "more like a nature preserve," rife with elk, roe deer, red deer, wild boar, foxes, wolves, and others. "It's very likely that wildlife numbers at Chernobyl are much higher than they were before the accident," says Jim Smith of the University of Portsmouth in the UK.

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Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plan on Endangered Animals The world’s endangered species are in danger from the Internet. Online shoppers are buying huge numbers of exotic animals. This is another nail in the coffin for many creatures already threatened with extinction. Poachers, collectors wanting stuffed rhino heads and Chinese medicine already threaten thousands of species. The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) wrote a report called “Caught In The Web - Wildlife Trade On The Internet”.

CRACKED: The 7 Most Impressive Examples of Animal Architecture We have a pretty good idea about what sets humanity aside from the animals. We built the Pyramids, assholes. Well, we hate to break it to you, but animals have been cranking out architectural marvels since humanity was still trying to figure out how pooping works. We're talking about things like ... The Great Wall of Beavers Via Juliux » Celebrate Grammar Day with this fun quiz! To share this quiz with your readers, embed this in your blog post by pasting the following HTML snippet into your web editor: Please attribute this content to grammarly.com/grammar-check. Get it free now Are you sick of making embarrassing grammar mistakes?

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