Tuesday, March 28, 2006
Sparky The Geordie Budgie
Panda painted onto single hair
Clive's tortoise dies at age 255
Spiders web after rain
Tongue-twisting budgie is CD star. The linguistic skills of a Geordie budgie that died more than 40 years ago have been immortalised on a CD published by the British Library.
Sparky lived in Newcastle until 1962 and had a repertoire of more than 500 words and 380 sentences. His stuffed remains are on show at the Hancock Museum in Newcastle, where visitors hear examples of his mimicry.
Antcam - Natural History Museum. Great.
British Big Cats Society
Meow Mix. The first ever restaurant for cats.
Top 10 Strangest Animals
More Skateboarding Dog
Fighting The International Dog Meat Trade (via)
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