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Magazine articles on other animals and pets.
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Science News
April 30, 2005
Whale Songs Listen to the songs of whales and the sounds of the ocean near Maui, Hawaii at this Web site. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Science News
March 19, 2005
Wolf Search For those fascinated by wolves, a retired biology professor has developed a Web site devoted to these amazing, magnificent creatures. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Scientific American
March 7, 2005
Kate Wong
Rooting the River Horse Evolutionary biologists think they have finally figured out where the ill-tempered creature belongs on the mammalian family tree. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
March 4, 2005
It's a Small World Ideal for the megalomaniac, the beautiful glass orbs are sustainable environments (developed by NASA scientists to study our planet's biosphere) teeming with red shrimp, algae, microbes, and seawater. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
March 2005
Michael McRae
Have You Seen This Croc? A 13-foot-long Nile crocodile named Gustave is on the loose. He's 20 feet long, weighs 2,000 pounds, and stands accused of devouring hundreds of people. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
National Gardening
Jim Wilson
Have You Hugged a Snake Today The best place to start developing an accepting attitude toward snakes is with the children and grandchildren of gardeners. Who else stands to benefit more from the consumption of rodents and insects by various snakes? mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
National Gardening Tarnished Plant Bug Called "tarnished" for its brown-coppery color, this otherwise unassuming little bug is a major pest, especially for commercial growers. mark for My Articles 83 similar articles
Science News
November 13, 2004
Elephant Voices This Web site shows how researchers have found that elephants use more than 70 kinds of vocal sounds and 160 different visual and tactile signals, expressions, and gestures in their day-to-day interactions. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
November 2004
Rod Kurtz
Wild Thing Twice an entrepreneur, Michael Ross has found a few hobbies to take his mind off the 60-hour workweeks: swimming, reading, and helping elk mate. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
August 2004
Jay Chapman
Whale-Bone-Eating Worms In Monterey Bay, off the coast of California, researchers have discovered a group of extraordinary marine worms that feed on the bones of dead whales. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
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