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Honey Badger

What Is A Honey-Badger? The honey badger is a member of the Mellivora family, in the sub-family “Mustelid”. The honey badger is related to the American Badger, the European Badger, the Asian Badger, the Japanese Badger, the Chinese Ferret Badger, the Burmese Ferret Badger, the Javan Ferret Badger, and the Bornean Ferret Badger. It is also closely related to members of the Martin family, and less so to weasels and Polecats. A common misconception is that, due to their behavior, they are related to wolverines. This is only partially true, they are only distantly related to wolverines. Honey badgers are a type of badger, which are known for their abilities to burrow and their long claws. What Does A Honey Badger Look Like? Honey badgers are distinct from other badgers due to their sleek, two color design. From a distance, one can mistake the white stripe and black markings for a...
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Judist Men Attack Three Center Easterners At The Shoreline, Thinking of them as 'Bedouin Mutts'

Three men in their 30's from the northern city of Sheffer stated that a police officer gave insights with respect to Thursday, ensuring they were stru...
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We are currently re-vamping this website into the future. New news will likely begin to be posted after a two-year drought! Thanks
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15 year old kid murders himself after posting on google plus

15 year old kid murders himself after posting on google plus
Ok so this kid here 15 year old killed himself one day after starting highschool because he was bullied. He couldnt take it and nobody helped him! Here is his google plus url : https://plus.google.com/103500604400351753119/posts
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Red Snapper

Red Snapper , or Mexican Snapper (Latin: Lutjanus campechanus) - species of fish from the family lutsianovyh, living in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic coast of the United States as far north as Massachusetts. To the north of the North Carolina it is increasingly rare. Description Red Snapper usually up to 60 cm, however, there are instances of up to 1 m in length and weighing up to 22.8 kg. The back is relatively high. The eyes are small, the head is about 6.5 times the diameter of the eye. The pectoral fins are long, but do not reach the anus. Above the lateral line scales is oblique to the dorsal fin rising rows below - in rows parallel to the sideline. Color body of crimson to brick red, instances in length from 30 to 35 cm have a large dark spot below the rear of the dorsal fin...
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