Friday, May 15, 2009

I learned A Lot At The

Free Zoo's

Like most people, zoo's have fascinated me from as far back as I can remember.

Some were big and some were as small as the monkeys and lion at Madonna Inn. Some were new, like the Houston zoo in 1965. Some were old and run down, like the Los Angeles zoo in 1956 or the New Orleans zoo in 1968. The Oakland zoo was kind of pathetic in 1970 compared to the one in San Francisco, but they all were interesting and educational. What was really nice, was they were free.

Hey Boophis!

A frog of the new species "boophis aff elenae" is seen in this undated picture released by the Spanish Scientific Research Council (CSIC) on May 6, 2009. Scientists have found more than 200 new species of frogs in Madagascar but conservation of the Indian Ocean island's unique wildlife is hurt, a study shows.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)


Photo taken on May 13, 2009 shows a Long-eared Jerboa at the scenic spot of the Mountain of Flames (Huoyanshan) in Turpan City, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The Long-eared Jerboa, a species on the edge of extinction living in desert habitat, is a mouse-like rodent with a long tail, long hind legs, and exceptionally large ears.(Xinhua Photo)

Great Space Videos

Not Major Yurovic.

Check out the VIDEO'S

Atlantis, The Flyspeck

Tiny speck lower left Sun (photo-Thierry Legault)

Cool pointer created with Google Draw. 5/15/09

I figured that some monitors might already have dust and flyspecks, so I made an illustration to point out the correct speck that is the Hubble and Atlantis.

Endangered Species Day
Today is Endangered Species Day.

There are still some
people who can't see that we humans have taken more than our share of our planets resources. They begrudge the fact that they are being advised to cut back on cutting down the forests or drilling more holes in the earth. Only 22 newspapers reported that today is Endangered Species Day.

Today's Relatively Appropriate Song;
Fly Like An Eagle - Steve Miller

Respect God's Creations

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