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20 Awesome Malaysian Animals

Apr 11, 2018
20 Awesome Malaysian Animals

About 20% of the world’s animal species can be found in the Southeast Asian country of Malaysia, including 300 mammal species, 400 reptile species, 80 species of lizards, 800 bird species, 100 species of snakes and 200 amphibian species...

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How to Bird-Proof Your Windows to Protect Our Feathered Friends

Sep 1, 2016
How to Bird-Proof Your Windows to Protect Our Feathered Friends

Dear friends, It is a very common occurrence for birds to fly into windows. Most of our windows are clear and transparent, and birds will fly straight into the window thinking that they are heading towards an open space. Most birds do not survive this type of collision so it is very important for...

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Why say no?

Apr 3, 2013
Why say no?

See this 'interesting' photograph and why you should say NO to certain 'pleasures' in life.

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