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Carnivores around every corner…a place where polar bears and people coexist


While reading a book that is especially enjoyable, I literally revel in it, not wanting the book to ever end. Never Look a Polar Bear in the Eye by author Zac Unger is just such a book. It is a … Continue reading

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Will Canada leave it to the beaver?


I stumbled across a story on the internet yesterday that one member of Canada’s parliament  has proposed changing the national emblem from the beaver to the polar bear. Funny, I always thought the maple leaf was Canada’s national emblem. Learn something new … Continue reading

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