Category: Nature

Cultivating Sunshine: A Comprehensive Guide to Growing Sunflowers

Sunflowers are known for their stunning blooms and impressive height, making them a beloved symbol of summer and a must-have for any garden. This paper serves as a comprehensive guide to growing sunflowers, covering all the necessary steps from preparing the soil to harvesting the seeds, and offering valuable tips for optimal care and growth. …

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Predators and Their Prey

a group of people standing next to a dog

The Countdown Until Camping Has Begun

Sand Dollar Found on the Beach in New Zealand

Walking down the beach I found a sand dollar laying there so I took a couple photos and put it back.

Photos of Mount Ngauruhoe in New Zealand

Near Mount Ruapehu is Mount Ngauruhoe. This stratovolcano stands a height of 7,503 feet and is found in the central plateau of the north island. It is 14 miles southwest of Lake Taupō.

Photos of Mount Ruapehu in New Zealand

Mount Ruapehu is a stratovolcano on New Zealand’s northern island that stands a height of 9,177 feet at its highest point. In this photo you can see both Mount Ruapehu, as well as, Mount Ngauruhoe which stands 7,516 feet in elevation.

Bring Cold Wildlife Indoors to Warm Up

Enjoy the Great Outdoors

How Men Show Women They Are Interested

Found Out About Half-Sister

The Difference Between a Crow and a Raven

Mosquito Trap

Have You Ever Wondered This About an Elephant?

Camping Special Talent

Beijing Uses Nutrient Bags for Trees

In Beijing, China the ground is very dry and has a layer of dust from the Gobi Desert. Whenever that layer of dust gets wet it solidifies and becomes hard like concrete which doesn’t provide a lot of nutrients for vegetation. It looks weird when initially seeing it because it looks like an IV bag, …

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Bear Safety Tip

COVID-19 Provides Solution to Climate Change

Hunting Tip: How to Find the Big Buck

Cougar Area

Holding on For Dear Life

Confucius on Woman Fishing With 5 Men

Angry Review of Zoo for Elephant Erection

Beijing is Showing Signs of Spring

Dog Sex Toy

Why do humans only get to enjoy Valentine’s Day?  Now you can give a gift that makes your pet happy too.

What Pets Think About Quarantine

Mice With Free Hammocks Comic

Change is in the Autumn Air

Nature Awareness

How good are your eyes? Do you see the snake?

Great Animal Escapes

Interesting Fact About Manure

In the 16th and 17th centuries, everything for export had to be transported by ship. It was also before the invention of commercial fertilizers, so large shipments of manure were quite common. It was shipped dry, because in dry form it weighed a lot less than when wet, but once water (at sea) hit it, …

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Dog Destroys Family Toilet Paper Savings