Genre: Biology

JONATHAN L

MOURNING DOVES ARE AWESOME This has been the worst day of my life, because my mate has been killed by a hunter. There were many trees around us that rustled in the wind. The trees bent down because of the wind, but it looked like they were also mourning. The grass waved its long blades Read more…

DAVID Z

The fascinating and slippery, gnarly and voracious… EELS!   Eels have always fascinated human beings, possibly because they have the strength to operate on land (although in a limited way) and because they are fish-like, but have few fins. In fact, they seem to resemble powerful and strong snakes. Did you know that moray eels Read more…

ANDREA C

  A Certain Himalayan Cat   I remember the day I met my friend, a pure-bred Himalayan cat. A Himalayan is a cross between a Siamese and a Persian. Himalayans have the Siamese’s color points and the Persian’s fluffy, double layered coat. And this cat had the best of both worlds! This cat’s mother and father Read more…

ANDREA C

Puppies probably think about different things than adult dogs. Puppies are very playful and they just love your attention. They probably think about their mother or maybe they’re too young to think about anything. Puppies love to sleep, so they probably think of taking a nap. I guess that puppies would think about growing up, getting food, their mother, and maybe their siblings. A dog’s and a puppy’s mind is a mystery we’ll never solve, well at least not for now… .

OLIVIA S

Chinchillas   Do you know what a chinchilla is? Do you know why a chinchilla is called a chinchilla? A chinchilla is a small furry animal in the rodent family. These rodents have been popular since the 16th century, because of their rich, velvet like fur. They are called chinchillas because they were named after the Chincha Read more…