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Butterflies and Weddings Don’t Mix
From reading the news, it doesn’t sound like Will and Kate are doing it, but lots of folks probably will be releasing live butterflies at their weddings this spring. It’s a way try to make the day special and connected to nature—and it sure seems more appealing than throwing rice…

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The World’s Most Amazing Nose?
Bulbous, hooked, Roman, button . . . noses come in all shapes and sizes. But no nose, not even Pinocchio’s famous pool cue or the latest Hollywood starlet’s, quite compares to the wondrous proboscis of a certain small mole. The Star-nosed Mole is a dark little creature that burrows in…

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Want To Be TV Star?
Do YOU Want To Be Part Of A MAJOR New Television Series? Are your prize pets disappearing? Do you have mysterious things that go bang in the night? Get verbal abuse from the neighborhood squirrels? It’s an open casting call that could make you a star! Our friends at Icon…

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The Easter Bunny: Rabbit or Hare?
Spring has sprung and Easter is right around the corner. And that means it’s time once again for the usually shy and secretive rabbit to endure a brief, yet intense period in the spotlight. Since ancient times, rabbits have been considered symbols of hope, life and renewal, particularly during springtime…

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Native Plants Will Make Your Yard and Garden A Wildlife Oasis
Most of us love home cooking— the familiar tastes of home keep us coming back for more. It’s the same with animals. The plants native to a creature’s habitat are usually the ones most likely to attract them. So if you want to make your yard or garden a wildlife…

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