A guide to help you locate useful resources in the areas of Perinoor Ruins, Hasla, and Rokhala Mountains.
A guide to help you locate useful resources in the areas of Rookborne Basin and Windscour Savannah.
This article serves as a guide to the natural resources found in the Archum Iris and Sunbite Wilds areas of "Archeage."
This article serves as a guide to natural resources found in Tigerspine Mountains, Mahadevi, and Solis Headlands in "Archeage."
This "Archeage" guide will help you gather the resources found in Falcorth Plains and Villanelle.
This article serves as a guide to natural resources found in Ynystere and the Silent Forest in Archeage.
Every year tens of thousands of new species of animals are cataloged on this planet, and recent years have been no different. From presidential moths to literary crabs, here are a few of my favorites.
Cage pets are entertaining and interactive. They can provide children with a sense of responsibility and empathy, but may require some patience and time to properly socialize.
Cats make entertaining and independent pets. They provide children with a sense of discipline and empathy but may require some patience and time to bond with.
Dogs make affectionate and attentive pets and can provide children with a sense of discipline and empathy, but they require a great deal of attention and training.
Breast cancer can be a problem for our furry family members as well.
Hints and tips for taking your feathered friend on a hike with you. Parrots make great hiking companions, with the proper preparations.
An introduction to the tardigrade, also known as the water bear. An amazing extremophile with scientific possibilities. They are even kind of cute..
Brigid is my 4 year old dog. She still has a lot of things to learn, and a few to unlearn. Happily there are some very important things that she has learned that she would love to pass on to everyone.
An article about some of the animals of Halloween and how they became associated with the holiday. This article covers information about owls, bats, toads and spiders.
All about the birds the states choose to represent themselves. This is the fourth and final installment, which includes Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah and Vermont.
All about the birds the states choose to represent themselves. This is the third installment, with Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania.
The second installment, including Hawaii through Maine, as well as Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Washington, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming
A listing about the birds that the states have chosen to represent themselves. Alabama through Georgia, as well as Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, Michigan and Wisconsin are in this installment.
There are many mammals who have no paternal role in raising their offspring, beyond donating genetic materials. Wolves, Red foxes, Marmosets, Beavers, and Prairie Voles break are a few exceptions.
A examination of the relationship humans have with other
A list of unique canine heroes that just might surprise you.