Wildlife and Environment

Linden Wolbert, Beautiful Real-life Mermaid

By: Zidane Randall | Jun 25, 2010 Linden Wolbert, the 29-year-old professional scuba diver, has so far been best-known as the Caribbean mermaid. This real-life mermaid splashes through Caribbean Island to go around the world in the mermaid costume. It's so marvelous and incredible that the beautiful mermaid often swims with fierce sharks without any fear. Besides, Linden is well-known as a professional model most fancying the marine life of all. The following images of Linden Wolbert- the real-life mermaid will certainly impress you.

How Do Penguins Stay Warm?

By: | Apr 18, 2010 Penguins spend their entire lives living on the world's coldest continent and swimming in the coldest waters on the planet. How do the penguins do this without freezing? Here are a few of the methods that a penguin uses to stay warm.

Why African Beaches and Islands Are a Key Tourist Attraction For Holidays, Tours and Safaris

By: | Apr 17, 2010 African beaches are one of the fascinating beaches in the world. More so Kenyan beaches which forms a major tourist attraction centre in East Africa. That is why tourist plan spending their holiday in these beaches which marks a worthy while holiday safaris and tours.

Turtle Vs Tortoise - Is There a Difference?

By: | Apr 16, 2010 Turtles and tortoises are animals which are distinguished by the hard shell they carry on their back for protection. Although the terms are often used interchangeably, there actually are a few specific differences between a tortoise and a turtle. This article will break it down for you.

An African Wildlife Safari is a Remarkable Excursion

By: Low Jeremy | Apr 4, 2010 A hippo in a zoo is a fascinating sight, and a lion in a circus is an interesting creature. On an African wildlife safari, these creatures are in their natural habitats so the experience is more incredible. An African wildlife safari is probably one of the one interesting excursions that anyone can have in this modern world.

Giant Crabs Invading Norwegian Waters

By: Arnold Weisz | Apr 4, 2010 The Cold War has been over for more than two decades, but an relentless red army of monster crabs are still poring over the border between Russia into Norway. The crabs are feared by environmentalists, but not by scuba divers.

The Bird Population is in a Global Decline

By: Marina Benson | Apr 4, 2010 The bird population is declining every day and this is a global phenomenon. Recently studies done by BirdLife International (BirdLife.Org), show that more than 1,226 bird species are threatened with extinction.

Swimming As One With Dolphins

By: Tim J Link | Apr 4, 2010 Being in the waters around Lanai put me at ease. I felt as if I was one with the ocean and all of its inhabitants. I was able to focus on each and every creature that I encountered while in the water. All of the creatures were enjoying the same tranquility that I was feeling. We were all as one here in this cove.

Cat Facts From the World of Wild Cats

By: James R Webb | Apr 4, 2010 There are dozens of species of wild cats in the world. Do you know which is the largest or smallest or fastest? Do you know which one has the longest tail? Here are some facts and figures from the wonderful world of wild cats.

Life Lessons Learned From a Mockingbird!

By: Bob Alexander | Apr 3, 2010 My Mockingbird gets up with the sun and I awake with a tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet and a final tweet before he takes a breath to start the concert again with the same five notes. It's a wonderful way to greet a new day. Granted, most mornings I don't want to get up with the sun, but no one mentioned this to my feathered friend.
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