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How to Get Spiders Out Of Your Home Without Killing Them

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Get Spiders Out Without Killing Them Spiders Rarely Bite But Be Careful   Some species of arachnids can cause anaphylactic shock in certain humans if bitten, but most spiders almost never bite humans unless provoked, molested or handled incorrectly. All spiders are venomous to a certain degree, but most will never bite humans apart from…

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Planet Earth II – The Much Awaited Sequel

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Planet Earth II After ten years in the making, the BBC have finally released Planet Earth II. The first week’s theme is islands – featuring a lonely sloth, fighting komodo dragons, and deadly snakes to name just a few. When Planet Earth first started, it was unbelievably ground-breaking because of its high quality camera work and…

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Why it’s Important to Save Endangered Species

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Why Save Endangered Species? We recognize that all species are here for a reason as part of the ecosystem. Each creature fulfills a niche in this ecosystem. But, is it actually that essential to shield every species from extinction on our earth? Isn’t extinction also a part of life – that’s what people say. There…

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Gorillas – our Intelligent, Beautiful, Endangered Cousins

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Gorilla Facts Gorillas are the largest apes and one of the three ape species genetically closest to humans (the others being chimpanzees and bonobos). They are intelligent and display empathy and emotions, such as grieving for their dead offspring. Gorillas are only found in the wild in central Africa, in countries like Democratic Republic of…

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Gorillas Outsmart Poachers

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A couple of gorillas have been observed looking for as well as destroying poachers’ snares after a juvenile in their group was killed by one of the traps. A few days after a gorilla infant was slain, a pair of wild gorillas were captured on electronic camera taking down poachers’ snares. According to conservationists, this…

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