It doesn’t seem like nearly so many, but we have reached our first milestone: 100 posts. To celebrate, we decided to give you an inside look into how your fellow Zooillogix readers found our site. Some of you know us personally (we’re sorry), some of you were spammed by us (like the entire Cambridge Zoology Department) and many of you were part of the 140,000 visitor tsunami that visited our Jogging Flower post. However, many of you arrived via good old Google keyword searches. Here are some of our favorite actual searches that, for better and often worse, apparently brought visitors to our site:

The Inquisitive

  • can my bearded dragon lizard eat 17 year cicadas
  • do flies have nests
  • do real frogs glow in the dark?
  • why don’t some rabbit’s don’t like been cuddled?

The Kids (we hope!)

  • is a cat a mammal?
  • how to catch a pigeon stick cage
  • chase girls with bugs

The Lost

  • baby nietzsche
  • friends of luca brasi
  • i was saved by a homeless man
  • nicole richie juno beach

The Poo

  • is sloth poo used for fertilizer?
  • toxic in pigeon’s poo poo
  • salamandar poop
  • fungi poop on a stick

The Unfortunate

  • cage fun for humans
  • man animals mating
  • sheep closest to female human
  • stick fruit in butt
  • stick your finger in a sheep
  • bizarre “lactation”
  • i found headless bird


  • sculpture of a polar bear by an aardvark
  • lemur and centipede drunk
  • do you have ant websites about polar bears?
  • lemur !!!!!!!!1

Our Favorite

  • glow in the dark beast brothers!


  1. #1 Lorilee Rzeszutko
    July 2, 2012

    Just wondering, before I consider subscribing… is this an actual, individually composed letter to each subscriber, or does every writer compose a single letter each week and send the same composition to all in the subscribers they’re assigned to write to?

  2. #2 Skipp
    July 5, 2012

    An impressive share, I just given this onto a colleague who was doing a little analysis on this. And he in fact bought me breakfast because I found it for him.. smile. So let me reword that: Thnx for the treat! But yeah Thnkx for spending the

  3. #3 The New Beginning 2012
    July 5, 2012

    I’d personally love to retire in San Raphael, France on the Mediterranean Sea. It is so gorgeous! I’d also function on learning French since very few people there speak English.

The site is currently under maintenance and will be back shortly. New comments have been disabled during this time, please check back soon.