Nature Girl

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Name: Nature Girl
Date registered: September 16, 2013


Animals are amazing.

Latest posts

  1. 10 Things You Didn’t Know About White Tigers — February 20, 2015
  2. Top 5 Creepiest Deep Sea Creatures — January 16, 2015
  3. Tiny, Colorful and Deadly: Meet The Poison Dart Frog — July 26, 2014
  4. Has the Sixth Mass Extinction on Planet Earth Already Begun? — July 25, 2014
  5. Meet the Deadly Leopard Seal — July 24, 2014

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Feb 20 2015

10 Things You Didn’t Know About White Tigers

#10.  It is a common misconception that the white tiger is either a subspecies or an albino; it is actually a mutant variation of tiger.  Only when both parents contribute the rare allele for the coloring can a white tiger be born. #9.  Because both parents must contribute the rare allele, the natural birth of a white …

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Jan 16 2015

Top 5 Creepiest Deep Sea Creatures

5. The Blob Fish Found off the coast of Australia, this blob of pink gelatin dwells in depths between 2,000 and 3,900 feet.  The unique make up of this fish allows it to float just above the ocean floor without having to use energy.  Containing little muscle mass, the blob fish survives by swallowing edible …

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Jul 26 2014

Tiny, Colorful and Deadly: Meet The Poison Dart Frog

One of the deadliest creatures on the planet exists in a very misleading skin.  The poison dart frog carries an extreme concentration of poison on its body.  Though it is a tiny and seemingly innocuous reptile that many people would love to keep as a pet, this brightly-colored frog should be avoided at great lengths. …

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Jul 25 2014

Has the Sixth Mass Extinction on Planet Earth Already Begun?

Though it is well known that many species are currently facing endangerment, the seriousness and extent of the issue aren’t as well known.  Judging by the great drops in the numbers of many species around the world, the familiar processes, and the beginning of drastic changes in the ecosystem, scientists worry that the sixth mass …

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Jul 24 2014

Meet the Deadly Leopard Seal

Though most common seals appear cute and cuddly, this can be quite deceiving.  There are species of seals that are deadly, and if one is found within a close proximity of the creature, faces severe danger. The Leopard Seal, that resides in the arctic, has been labeled as one of the most vicious and deadly …

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Jul 23 2014

Are You Putting Your Dog’s Health at Risk?

While many people like to believe that their dogs possess a great intelligence, it is simply not true.  Though some breeds are more evolved than others, most dogs do not have a great mental capacity.  Their intelligence is limited to not much more than basic survival.  Whether dogs can interpret the concept of cause and …

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Jul 22 2014

Snake Charming: Not as Impressive as it Seems

Snakes are naturally aggressive, reactive and dangerous creatures. Humans exercise great caution when faced with a snake. They can be quite malignant, and certain species can take a victim’s life in a few seconds with their venom. Though most people go through great measures to avoid these reptiles, others seek them out. Some brave people …

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Jul 21 2014

Prairie Dog Passes The Plague on to Residents in Colorado

Prairie dogs are adorable little critters seen in many parts of the United States, usually living in the wild, but are sometimes kept as pets.  They are a type of ground squirrel that lives in the ground, but get the title of dog because their habitat and warning call sound much like the bark of …

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Jul 20 2014

Green Anaconda Set Loose in New Jersey’s Largest Lake!

Lake Hopatcong is the largest fresh water lake in New Jersey, measuring about four square miles. Most of the shoreline has houses, bars and restaurants around it, and the lake is popular for boating and swimming. There is even a state park that contains it. Recently something that could be an extreme potential danger to …

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Jul 19 2014

Does Reverse Evolution Exist?

A family that lives in Turkey has fascinated people and scientists around the world for years.  What is interesting about them is in the way they move.  The entire family gets around differently from almost every other mobile human on the planet.  They walk on all fours. A total of five brothers and sisters are …

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Jul 18 2014

Sigfried and Roy Welcome Three New Rare White Tigers to Their Secret Garden

Even after Roy Horn of the famous duo Siegfried and Roy was partially paralyzed by a tiger, his passion for large felines never faltered. Yesterday, him and partner, Sigfried Fischbacher introduced a new set of white lions during a celebration at their Secret Garden habitat on the Las Vegas Strip. Located in the Mirage Casino, …

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Jul 17 2014

Is Your Cat Fat? New Invention, The Bistro, Can Help

Not only is obesity in humans becoming rampant in humans in today’s world, it has become an issue with domesticated animals as well. The percentage of obesity in cats has actually far surpassed that of humans and any other animal. At a whopping 57.6% of domesticated cats suffering from obesity, it is about time something …

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Jul 17 2014

15 African Children Fed to Alligators Because They Were “Cursed!”

A forty-five-year-old Ethiopian woman faced one of the greatest tragedies that could befall a person. She lost her children- all fifteen of them. Not only did she have to deal with the pain of the loss of them, she also had to suffer through knowing what happened to them. Because the tribe that she and …

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Jul 15 2014

Studies Show Owning Pets Can Add Years to Owner’s Life

Studies have shown that owning pets, primarily dogs, have profound effects on the health of humans and can keep them looking fresh and young. One of the most obvious reasons for this is that dogs undoubtedly increase the activity level of their owners. A researcher at St Andrews University Dr. Feng said, “if you have …

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