Aug 31 2016
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Aug 30 2016

One of the very good books I read was Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library.It is not only a escape game book, but it is also filled with games and puzzles  you can do your self. A good book to read for both readers and game players alike. 

Aug 29 2016

Alpaca

Scienntific name: Vicugna pacos

Average Height: 2.7 – 3.2 ft. (Adult, At the withers)

Average Weight: 110 – 190 lbs (Adult)

Today we are learning about the alpaca which has been tamed and would be considered a farm animal in many areas.  An alpaca (Vicugna pacos) first came from South American.

The alpaca has long hair and is a mammal.  It is related to and looks like a llama.  It is used mostly for its wool.   There are two types of alpaca – the Surialpaca and the Huacaya alpaca

Occasionally you will find an alpaca in a zoo or on a farm.  They are fun to watch and touch

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Aug 22 2016

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What kind of cat hangs around a bowling alley? 

An alley cat!

Why does a dog wag its tail?

Because no one else will wag for him!

What is a good way to keep a dog off the street?

Put him in a barking lot!

Veterinarian: “Has your dog had fleas?”

Susan: “No, only puppies”

Chris: “My cat is sick, so we’er taking her to the animal doctor.”

Alan: ” I thought all doctors were people.”

What is a fighter’s favorite dog?

A boxer!

David: “We have a new dog.”

Gail: ” What is he like?”

David: “Anything we feed him.”

What do dogs and trees have in common?

Their bark!

Lupita: “How much are the kittens in the window?

Pet Store Owner: “Thirty dollars apiece.”

Lupita: “How much is a whole one?”

What kind of dog can you found at the bowling alley?

A setter

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Aug 19 2016

Scienntific name: Alligator

Mass: American alligator: 500 lbs, Chinese alligator: 79 lbs
Lifespan: American alligator: 30 – 50 years
Higher classification : Alligatorinae
Clutch size: American alligator: 20 – 50
Length:  American alligator: 11 – 15 ft., Chinese alligator: 4.9 ft
The nest can be up to ten feet (2.1 to 3 m) in diameter and up to three feet high. Around late June and early July, the female lays up to 90 eggs. The eggs are then covered with the vegetation nest through the 65-day incubation period.
When young, alligators eat fishinsectssnails, crustaceans, and worms. As they mature, they start eating larger animals, including larger fish such as gar, turtles, and various mammals,  coypu and muskrat, as well as birdsdeer, and other reptiles.
Their stomachs also often contain gizzard stones. Southern Florida is the only place where both alligators and crocodiles live together. American alligators live in freshwater environments, such as ponds, marshes, wetlands, rivers, lakes, and swamp environments.

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