Archive for January, 2014

Eagles, especially Peregrine eagles catch with their feet.

Peregrine eagles descend at 350 km per hour.

Sustainability of Golden eagles requires a territory of 11x8miles. This is determined in terms of their nest, food resources and for brooding.

No wonder they fight each other for their territory against all other eagles.

Eagles would guards their territorial rights for generations unbroken that must be result of evolutionary legacy.

Golden eagles feed on hares, rabbits. Average I meter long beak to tail and 2m. Wing span. Diurnal hunters.

Vision is 21/2 times sharper than man’s . Eye to body ratio in a man would require eyes as big as oranges.They have binocular vision to measure the depth. Have binocular vision.

Mother warms the chicks by constant presence. Depends on males to bring food

If the female partner dies golden eagle male will find another.

*Kestrels are smaller are specialized to hunt by tracking urine of vol mouse-reflects ultray violet rays.

*Peregrine falcons wings 4 beats per second.

In the busy cities they scare away rooks and pigeons.


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The Amazing Pipi-Lippi-Pi-illustration

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Man Seated-charcoal pencil

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1. Elephant shrews heart beats at 800 times per minute.

Humming birds 1200 beats per minute.

Size for size consumes fuel 3 times that of a fighter plane.

On the other hand a sloth has heart at 20 minutes per minute. It needs a month for digesting its food.

2.Cholesterol insoluble in blood is carried across by lipoprotein.

3. Bacteria in bodies 3 million years old are revived as permafrost in Siberia thawed.


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Sense of Adventure sharpened by eye-to-eye encounters. This *goatta be fun!”

*We supply the goat, you supply the fun.



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The tree of life has stars all lit for leaves

And below sends bitter roots through abyss:

Seek not where your sweetness begins or ends,

Your sentient life, and not the tree, lies.”



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