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trying to save my cousin

Posted on 2007.04.11 at 20:50
THE TASMANIAN DEVIL - http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070410/ap_on_re_au_an/australia_tasmanian_devils_2

(i believe this fellow has the strongest jaws in the world, athough i'm not sure how they measure that.  i would think the wolverine and badger - two other of my cousins - and the hyena come in pretty strong as well - not to mention the cursed pittbull and the laser-like shark.  the dental display the tasmanian devil puts on when threatenned reminds me of opposum, another marsupial, who shows it's terrifying teeth at times, and then says, "well now, i think it's time for a nap").

more on the devil - http://animal.discovery.com/fansites/crochunter/australiazoo/31tasdevils.html

and the romantically exalted tasmanian tiger - http://animal.discovery.com/fansites/crochunter/australiazoo/31tasdevils.html - why did thlyacine go extinct? - um duh - because someone gave it some stupid prehistoric name

and where the chupacabra fits in, i don't know - http://www.oftm.com/chupa.html

but i do know that my yahoo weather keeps reporting conditions for peurto rico - another alien hacker?

and there were so many interesting news stories about dinosaurs and prehistoric primates and global warming (NY contributes 1%), that i decided just to link you to yahoo science - check it oot - http://news.yahoo.com/i/753

and livescience - this is a great site - http://www.livescience.com/animalworld/top10_amazing_animals-10.html


Inigo Montoya
___skeptic at 2007-04-12 04:40 (UTC) (Lien)
Your icon scares me :[ what is it?
where hypotheses come to die
madman101 at 2007-04-12 14:20 (UTC) (Lien)
it's the chupacabra, mythical latin american beast - http://skepdic.com/chupa.html

which i find similar to my beloved cousin, Taz -

xxbrokenxangel at 2007-04-14 03:13 (UTC) (Lien)
I've been addicted to the livescience website for the past couple of months. It's a great site.
where hypotheses come to die
madman101 at 2007-04-14 03:28 (UTC) (Lien)
wow - that's great - yes it really is

it gives in-depth stries, unlike www.sciencedaily.com

you know what i've always loved - science news - although i've never really checked out their website

and if you can pick up the tuesday edition of the NYT - that's often a joy

but one thing i can't figure out about livescience is - how do you just get the top-ten lists - i always get umber ten then number nine - and it's a bother
xxbrokenxangel at 2007-04-18 03:56 (UTC) (Lien)
Yeah I hate having to keep pressing "next" on the top 10 lists.

I tend to read the articles related to earth science the most. Earthquakes, volcanoes, that kind of thing.
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