Why do hamsters bite at genitals
One of my female hamsters very aggressively was biting on the male hamsters genitals! I think she was trying to kill him! Why???
by Cindy Lawson 4 years ago
I awoke this morning to discover that in spite of wearing pyjamas, some enterprising mosquito or mosquitoes had managed to find their way inside the bottoms overnight in order to give me two bites on one bum cheek, and one on the other, plus a further one on the back of my thigh about 6 inches down...
by jeshon 11 years ago
Which part of your body do you like the most?Motivate why you like a certain part of your body more than others
by Baileybear 12 years ago
http://www.celticsymbols.net/sheela-na-gig.htmlMostly in Ireland
by topgunjager 6 years ago
Why are there so many different races if we all came from adam and eve? Does it support evolution that we changed to different faces and colors and body types because we were exposed to different conditions that made our body adapt? If not then pls. explain.
by H C Palting 11 years ago
Why do you think people don't wash their hands?I see people who use public restrooms and run out without washing their hands properly if they wash them at all. Many only use water, others get soap and immediately rinse it off, and other just immediately walk out without doing anything.
by Judi Brown 10 years ago
Why do some dogs love to roll in fox poo?My dog loves rolling in fox poo! In fact, not too long ago she nearly rolled off a cliff because she started wriggling around in the wretched stuff and sliding down the grass towards the edge as she did so.
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