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Discussion in 'Pet News' started by leashedForLife, May 29, 2010.


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    Ella Bay Forever: Ella Bay Cassowary Family Visit the Beach

    notice the claim in their prospective STUDY: no fruits (essential to cassowary) grow in the area of the proposed development...
    :rolleyes: there have been many such *studies* denying the presence of species, the importance of certain areas,
    key features of habitat, and so on - the UNdeveloped area is never as valuable to the development interests,
    as the project they so desperately want to begin.

    personal interest does sway findings - amazing, eh?
     
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    Voyage of the Lonely Turtle - Introduction - Loggerhead Turtle | Nature

    gorgeous, gorgeous film... when its rebroadcast, i want to see it again.
    heres a video-preview -
    YouTube - NATURE | VOYAGE OF THE LONELY TURTLE | Preview | PBS

    parts of the film were definitely creepy and haunting; the swarm of giant, open-ocean jellyfish, 20-feet-long,
    the poor moa-moa and the mako-shark, both covered with parasites and desperately soliciting cleaning from
    cleaner-fish; the line of trash across the horse-latitudes where the winds are still, running to the horizon...

    but most of it was visually glorious, and the range of species and moods was amazing. beautiful...
     
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