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Archives for February, 2010

“Sorry for Partying.” -Fruit Bat

It turns out I have more in common with my favorite animal than I thought. NOTE: Usually I find an article and then regurgitate it into the cheeping mouths of our readers in my own words. In this case, I kind of like how the article was written in the first place, so I’m just…

Kune Kune Pigs

Kunekune pigs are being trained by the US Navy to hunt out and disarm undersea anti-ship mines. Or that might be dolphins. The documentation is unclear.

The 6 Phases of a Tapeworm’s Life

Zooillogix ran across some groundbreaking research being done on tapeworms. The linked abstract below takes you into the life of a tapeworm with extraordinary first hand detail. Enjoy. I rate this PG-13 Truly, a remarkable piece of science. Only the best for Zooillogix readers.

Unlikely Friends

Get a room… Special thanks to Hydia Blobinson for forwarding this along!

Animals Gone Wild Web Cam

Have you ever said to yourself, “Self, have you ever said to your self, ‘What are African wild animals up to right now?’” Now you can satisfy your self’s overly demanding curiosity with National Geographic’s WildCam. Don’t worry, unlike most streaming webcam feeds, this is one you won’t have to delete from your browser’s history.…

WildAid Is Badass

I’m back. After a two month hiatus from posting due to the grand opening of Bullitt, my second bar in San Francisco, I have finally adjusted my schedule to accommodate posting, and I’m pumped. First on my list: I have been looking for years for the best endangered species group to put my support behind.…

Biomimcry

Big news! Andrew and I have a new favorite institute! I’ve always said that Andrew has the same hair as a Cacajao calvus! I may give the Institute a small grant to study this bizarre similarity.