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#commoncore #STEM Poop: A Natural History of the Unmentionable, by Nicola Davies. Hippos navigate by it, sloths keep in touch through it, and most grown-ups would rather not mention it. But scientists who study animal feces find out all sorts of things, such as the number of insects a bat eats or just how a T. Rex devoured a triceratops years ago. Take a peek at Poop and find out what it’s for, where it goes, and how much we can learn from it! PB 9780763641283 Ages 8 & up, GRL T
A heroic hippo saved a gnu from certain death. After being bitten by a crocodile, the large antelope is seen being dragged slowly under the water. But in a miraculous turn of events, a nearby hippo is seen making its way across the water to help the animal in its hour of need. After chasing the giant croc away, the unlikely hero is then seen guarding the creature and even nudges the gnu to the edge of the river in effort to move it out of harms way. Click pic for more photos.
Sept. 5, 2015 - All animals need to get their Z's, but some of them do so in more unusual ways than others. Watch and learn fun facts about how walruses, bats, hippos, puppies, and other animals sleep.Click here to read more:"Do Animals Dream?"
CAT WIN: Leon Sheppard Sr., 79, of Memphis, Tenn., stipulated in his will that his two cats, Frisco and Jake, must be kept in the style to which they’ve grown accustomed. On Sheppard's death, the cats stood to inherit his 4,000 sq ft home in a gated community and a $250,000 trust fund. Sheppard's will also stated that when Frisco, the older cat dies, the remainder of his fortune will pass to his human heirs who include: 5 children, 12 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren... L'MEOW
The hippopotamus, from the Greek; hippos meaning "horse" and potamus meaning "river", often shortened to "hippo", is a large, mostly plant-eating African mammal. Thehippo is semi-aquatic, inhabiting rivers and lakes in Africa in groups of 5-30 hippos Horse Training Secrets Revealed