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Funny Dog Farts a Rainbow

This is a bunny who is lonely. He enters the house and waits patiently on the carpet for the owners to make a decision on whether he can stay. Could you throw such a forlorn animal onto the streets? Fending for oneself is not easy in these times.

A corgi just flying around in the sky. He seems harmless enough. But what is he up to? Is that a rainbow coming out of his ass?. Yes, I think it is. Gosh that is clever. How does he so that? He must have attended training school to do that.

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Dr Pepperberg African Grey Parrot is Smart

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Parrot of the grey African variety wins the smart test! Alex is 31 years old.  He has learned over 100 words, is good at counting and can recognize colors and shapes. The smart bird has appeared TV programs. Learning has been a way of life for the bird.   ||| parrot smart way new on smart parrot |||
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Ms Pepperberg purchased the pet from a pet shop in 1977. She had little expectation that he would really emulate language. Throughout the years the "virtuoso" has aced many accomplishments. The idiosyncrasies of the coach was also duplicated. Surprisingly, endeavors were made to enhance his elocution and it was successful.   ||| smart to parrot in pepperberg to smart at parrot | |||    

Tragically, he has passed away. Before Alex died he looked toward his mentor and said: "You be good, see you tomorrow. I love you." His life ended during the night. This kind of parrot, Psittacus erithacus, makes an ideal pet. Many are mimicking words in the homes of their owners, currently.  |

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Solution to Bee Die-Off?

It is not widely known just how important bees are to maintain our food output, let alone to increase it as demand strengthens. There are so many mysteries to why bees are dying off across the world. Many theories are put forward. Unfortunately, there are few answers to the problem.
We need to look after the human friendly insect. It could eventually be found that bees are being killed off by chemicals. However, like other animals bees need chemicals to treat illnesses. When they become infected they change their foraging habits seeking pollen from plants that store certain chemicals. The solution to bee die-off could lie in studying this phenomenon.

Plants synthesize chemicals that attract select species of pollinators. Other substance also deter potential attackers. Herbivores have been real pests to plants for millions of years. Eating the leaves can kill plants. Insects have evolved to go where plant toxins drive herbivores away.

All nectar is not the same. If toxins can drive away herbivores, beneficial elements could attract bees as and when the insects needs it. A study infected bees with a gut parasite. One group was fed on sucrose while another group was given secondary compounds from plant nectar. The amount of parasite infestation was greatly reduced in the group which consumed secondary compounds.
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