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    Why do people eat rabbits?

    Rabbits are VERY cute, yes, but they are VERY tasty. Those rabbits you’ve pictured are young dwarf types. Those breeds are made for pets and make poor meat types. Actual meat rabbits are still cute to ...

    Howl-O-Ween: Fourth annual Puppy Pawlooza features dogs and costumes

    Soggy Day Spa, Pampered Pets, and Pets Supplies Plus provided gift ... The winner of the Chairman’s Choice was Snow White and her dwarf, Happy. Fourth place went to the lumberjack, third place ...

    I Tried Goat Yoga, the Class Beloved by Celebs, and It's as Fun as It Sounds

    We kicked things off with a little meet-and-greet with two friendly Nigerian Dwarf goats - one fully grown and one still a baby - and then it was on to standard Cow/Cat stretches and Downward Dogs. Th...

    Dwarf hamsters, terrier mix up for adoption at Wayside Waifs

    Valentina (top) and Snowball (bottom) are dwarf hamsters ready to find their own families. They love to nibble on tasty treats and get some exercise with a hamster wheel. While hamsters should have a ...

    How To Grow Agapanthus Flowers (African Lily, Lily of the Nile, Star of Bethlehem)

    Plant in areas that are out of the reach of beloved pets and small children ... ‘Peter Pan’ Agapanthus: Hardy in zones 8-11, this dwarf agapanthus grows 12 inches high and produces flowers that look w...

    WITH VIDEO: Reptiles are fascinating — not scary

    Research prospective pets Duvelius encourages prospective pet ... was holding a sunfire dwarf bearded dragon named Cinders. Walton said she loves animals and was learning that bearded dragons ...

    Tortoise evolution: How did they become so big?

    An unexpected outcome of the study was that the Mediterranean tortoises (familiar due to their popularity as pets) actually represent a dwarf lineage, as their ancestors turned out to be ...

    Research: How did they become so big? —

    Vlachos adds. An unexpected outcome of the study was that the Mediterranean tortoises (familiar due to their popularity as pets) actually represent a dwarf lineage as their ancestors turned out to be ...
 
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  • What You Need to Be the Biggest Thinker in Your Team Business

    The “Hierarchy of Ideas” (a facet of neuro-linguistic programming, or NLP) teaches us that communication ... to have the biggest big picture in mind. If you can’t think any more big-picture ...
  • How to beat a fear of flying

    NLP (neuro-linguistic programming ... “I never thought I’d get to the point where I don’t mind flying at all, but I have the confidence that nothing’s going to happen, now,” he says. “Recently I was t...
 
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