Friday, February 13, 2015

Actiont mammals

I'm about to go to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, so I need to post this fast. In China, two mammal species were discovered. They lived in the Jurassic. One probably lived in trees, and the other was probably a digger. You can find out more if  you click here.*





*I don't get paid for doing these links.

Mystery feather

We found a feather. Here are the clues we have to it:
1) There's orange wearing off on the backside of the feather.
2) The bird that lost the feather makes a really-high pitched "cheep".
3) The feather smells like dust.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Talkative birds

My parakeets are SO talkative! As I am writing this, my parakeets are doing rapid, silent chirps. A couple minuets ago, I was doing tabata, and there was one point where they were chirping so loud that they chirped over the music. If you don't know what tabata is, it is an exercise song. But anyway, sometimes, they don't make a sound, and just sit on one of their perches looking at me as if there're thinking, " What are you doing here? Don't you have more important things to do than watch us?" They are just so funny.    

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Giant pandas, dogs and dinner (oh my!)

Above, is an animation of a giant 
 panda that I think is cute. You can also find a short video clip with dogs eating at a dinner table at this site.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Denver zoo visit

A few days ago, I went to the Denver Zoo and had so much fun! There were so many animals, and we took so many pictures. We stayed longer than mom expected! Like I said, there are so many pictures. But I will only show a few.
Rico the fossa

Sleeping maned wolf

Capybara!!!!!!! 

Bactran camel 

Mongolian horse 

Asian elephant 
Of course, we saw more animals than just that. We also saw lions, a tiger, lorries and lorikeets, mongooses, hyenas, an ostrich... oh, there were just so many!

Monday, November 17, 2014

Introducing...the water bear!

Want to know about the animal I think is awesome and cute? Like small animals? Then meet...the tardigrade!! This animal lives just ... everywhere.The tardigrade (also known as the water bear.) can survive basically everything! To find out more check out this site.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Just a few facts...

My dad sent this photo of a quetzal. Did you know that a large pterasaur was named after this bird?If you didn't know, it's called the Quetzalcoatl.If you think it's in snow, your wrong. That's really moss(this bird lives in central and south america.).