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November 2014 –

How to Introduce a New Kitten to Your Cat

How to Introduce a New Kitten to Your Cat

How to Introduce a New Kitten to Your Cat So you want a kitten, but you already have a cat.  Knowing how to introduce a new kitten to your cat can be tricky at best.  After all, we know who’s usually boss, right?  The established cat doesn’t always take kindly to new critters in the … Read more

Rock Hyrax : Hyrax Closest Living Relative to the Elephant?

Rock Hyrax, the closest living relative to the elephant?

 The Rock Hyrax In spite of the size difference, the Rock Hyrax is the African elephant’s closest living relative, along with sea cows and manatees.  These four mammals are unlike any other mammals, and share a few disproportionate physiological similarities in teeth, leg and foot bones, and a few other details. The rock hyrax is so unlike other animals … Read more

Fun Facts About the Philippine Tarsier, Those Eyes!

Unique Island Animals : Evolution and Mutation : Fun Facts About the Philippine Tarsier, Those Eyes!

Some Fun Facts About the Philippine Tarsier The Tarsier, pronounced “tar-see-ay,” is an adorable little guy.  Just look at those eyes!  They make me melt with affection.  One of my readers recently asked me if I would do a write up about tarsiers, so I’ve done some research and put together some fun facts about the Philippine … Read more

Indian Dancing Frogs, Dancing Their Way to Extinction

Indian Dancing Frogs

Dancing Frogs of India Fourteen new species of the tiny “Indian Dancing Frogs” have been discovered in the jungles of western India, which more than doubles the number of Indian dancing frogs already known.  The dancing frogs are thus named because of their foot-waving gestures of the males during the mating season.  Published on May … Read more

Himalayan Tahr | Can You Spot the Tahrs in This Video?

The Himalayan tahr is a close relative of the wild goat and sheep. They have specially adapted to life on the rugged mountain slopes of the Himalayas.

Himalayan Tahr Can You Spot the Tahrs in This Video? (Betcha can’t … wait or it!  Wait for it …) The Himalayan tahr (Hemitragus jemlahicus) or common tahr is a large ungulate related to the wild goat and the only extant member of the genus Hemitragus.   The Himalayan tahr is native to the Himalayas in southern Tibet, … Read more