Saturday, October 14, 2006

Hey everi oone i haven't got to post ooften cause have started school, school is so stressful cause u've got to do a lot of work especially in seior high. Well am now a senior girl and they get to stress us to work hard this 1st yeearbut it's also fun and got to go to d sci. lab and carry out some experiments.

Monday, September 11, 2006

Hey everyone am sorri i haven't been able to post on site for so long cause i don't really get the time to work on the net.and also am gonna bi resuming schol veri soon.But iam gonna try and make some posts before i go back to schoo. AM VERI SORRY.

Friday, August 11, 2006

The beaver is North America's largest rodent and is built for life in the water. Adults can be up to four feet long and weigh over 60 pounds.Beavers mate for life, but if one mate dies, the other one will find another mate. Beavers mate when they are about three years old. Mating season runs from January and March in cold regions in late November or December in the south.
Beavers live in family groups or colonies. A colony is made up of a breeding male and female beaver and their offspring. Beavers are verThe beaver can be found throughout North America except for the northern most parts of Canada, Florida the desert Southwest and Mexicoy territorial and will protect their lodges from other beavers
Beavers live near rivers, streams, ponds, small lakes and marshes. They build lodges of sticks and mud on islands, on pond banks or on lake shores. Beaver dams are domed-shaped and can be as high as ten feet tall.Most of the beaver's diet is made up of tree bark and cambium, the soft tissue that grow under the bark of a tree. They especially like the bark of willow, maple, birch, aspen, cottonwood, beech, poplar, and alder trees

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Porcupine


The porcupine is a robust rodent that usually weighs around 22 pounds. Its blunt-nosed face has small eyes, and small, round ears. The legs are powerful with long curved claws making it slow-footed and strong. The front half of the porcupine's body is covered in long guard hairs which are a yellowish colour in the west and black or brown in the east.They breed during falls and winter falls.

Mating habits of the porcupine are rather bizarre; the male approaches the female with embraces and nose-rubbing, if receptive, she allows him to spray her with gouts of urine. When fully soaked copulation occurs and 210 days later one offspring is born. They start eating normal food at the age of two weeks.When threatned, they pour their quills, such as wolf, bobcat, mountainn lions. Sometimes they survive if they are able to eat up the quills.

Monday, August 07, 2006

TRAVELLED

Hello, am sorry i haven't done anything on my site for so long cause i travelled to Ghana for a friend's weddings. It was so FANTASTIC.i really had a good time with my friends.But going through the BORDERS wasn't easy.cause we went by road and we were many.My friends(dorcas,eunice&pyido).
Three days later i went for my fiends granpas burial, well it was okay cause i can't say i had a wonderful time.After the burial, i and my friends went for STROLLING and we were just gisting and later we went back home.The burial was EDO STATE(NIGERIA).

Thursday, July 27, 2006

WEDGEDTAILED EAGLE.



Eagles are large birds of prey, who inhabit mainly the Old World, with only two species (Bald Eagle and Golden Eagle) commonly found in North America, a few in South America three (White-bellied Sea Eagle, Little Eagle, Wedge-tailed Eagle) in Australia and the Philippine Eagle in the Philippine Archipelago. They are members of the bird order Falconiformes, family Accipitridae and belong to several different genera, not necessarily closely related to each other.

The Wedge-tailed Eagle or Eaglehawk (Aquila audax) is a very large Australasian raptor and the most common of all the world's large eagles. It has long, fairly broad wings, fully feathered legs, and an unmistakable wedge-shaped tail. Both because of its size—it is one of the largest birds in the world—and because of the pointed tail, it can be identified at a glance as a "Wedgie" even by the non-expert.

The eagle has been used by many nations as a national symbol, depicting power, beauty and independence

Monday, July 24, 2006

DONKEY



It is commonly believed that the ancestor of the modern donkey is the Nubian subspecies of African wild ass, a medium sized donkey with a grey and white coat, strips on back and legs and a tall, upright mane with a black tip. The donkey became an important pack animal for people living in the Egyptian and Nubian regions as they can easily carry 20% to 30% of their own body weight and can also be used as a farming and dairy animals. Syria produced at least three breeds of donkeys, including a saddle breed with a graceful, easy gait. These were favored by women.

A pack animal is a beast of burden used by humans as means of transporting materials by attaching them so their weigh bears on the animal's back; the term may be applied to either an individual animal or a species so employed.

Nevertheless, from a physical point of view, certainly many considerations apply equally to human and other pack animals, without considering the range of social conditions ranging through slaves, abused women and children.