The Big Bang Bucket List Of A Buddhist Blogger

The Last Of The Millenniums

The Big Bang Theory – Teachers Pet

Playful Baby Monkey Relentlessly Annoys Sleeping Cat

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The Afternoon video – Not one hummingbird but hundreds – wow

The Day in a Picture

World Wildlife Week: Why Save the Tiger?

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tiger by Sudhir Shivaram

As a part of celebrating World Wildlife Week I will be sharing information about the importance of saving our Natural History, hopefully trying to create awareness among the growing nature lovers. Lets start with why we need to save the Tiger.

The tiger is at the top of the food chain. Therefore, the healthy presence of tigers indicates healthy forests. The presence of tigers in a forest has dual benefits, firstly, it keeps the ungulate (hoofed animals like deer and wild boar) population in check and also keeps humans at bay as most people are scared of venturing into a tiger or lion forest. This mostly applies to poor villagers and not poachers and hunting tribes. If there is no apex predator, herbivores wreak havoc and humans enter the forest for farming, logging, and poaching of smaller animals with less fear. The existence of tigers is vital for the survival…

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How many times can I use a towel before it gets gross?

How many times can I use a towel before it gets gross?.

Dolphins Watching Themselves in a Mirror

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We all know that dolphins are intelligent. Look at how they play and watch themselves in a two-way mirror. They act much the same way as a kid would. Dolphins look like they are smiling a lot. Well, maybe they are!

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Laurie Reyon is an internationally known Interspecies Communicator and Soul Healer.  I met Laurie and Master Cat Puddah several times and went to one of her lectures. Reyon’s gift allows her to speak to the animals and the Angels and then translate their messages to humanity.  She recognizes the cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) as the ancients Beings on this planet. Her work involves communication and healing with the dolphins and whales of earth.  Reyon recognizes the great whales as Master Healers and offers healing sessions and workshops where people can interact with their energy and intelligence. Laurie Reyon has been named “Standing Whale Mother” by the Native Americans…

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