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First call to dinner with the sugar puppies and the spice puppies
Before we get into more calls to dinner...I want to give a quick explanation to WHY we even do this. Studies have shown that if we give puppies 3 things from 3-12 weeks old...it can greatly increase brain cells and neurological connections and increase brain cells survival...what this translates to is an improved learning ability, more emotional stability and better resilience to stress. Bet you want to know those 3 things... 1. Stimulating living area 2. Exercise (always in an appropriate manner) 3. Problem solving and learning. "Active challenges" and problem solving for a reward.

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Timelapse of a Pileated Woodpecker creating a cavity
Last September Tara Tanaka walked by her dining room window and saw a Pileated Woodpecker in a dead snag, about 75' from her house. The tree was diseased and in danger of hitting the house, so a couple of years ago she had it topped, but left it standing - just for the woodpeckers. She cracked the window and slipped the scope out the window, and videoed him creating what appeared to be a new cavity, but he ended up making just a shallow depression. Six months passed, and Tara saw him only occasionally. In March she looked out and he was back working very seriously on his well-aged starter cavity. He worked for a couple of days, excavating an enormous amount of wood. During the time he was still excavating the cavity, she looked out one morning to see him at the cavity, but his crest was up and he clearly didn't want to go in. He hopped around the tree, came back, looked in, raised his crest, and left. Later in the day Tara say him working on the cavity again. She thought there might have been a rat snake in the cavity, so that afternoon, after he'd "knocked off" for the day, she went out and was about to wrap the base of the tree with some nylon mesh she uses to protect nests from snakes, and saw that there was a fresh, broken egg on the ground at the base of the tree. Apparently a Wood Duck was in the cavity laying an egg, even before the Woodpecker had finished it. Tara says the most important tree in the woods is a snag, and the most important bird the woodpecker. What a great video!
Added: 17th February 2017
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Cute Baby Animal Videos Compilation 2017 [BEST OF]
Check out these cute videos of cute baby animals in this cute baby animal videos compilation. Contains cute baby kitten, cute baby puppy, baby koala, baby chinchilla, baby ducklings, baby owl and baby parrots.

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Adorable Baby Dik-Dik Antelope Is Only 19cm Tall: ZooBorns
An orphaned Kirk's dik-dik antelope has become Chester Zoo's newest arrival. The 19 centimetre tall baby lost his mother soon after his birth on Sunday 8 January and zookeepers have become his carers. Named Thanos, the precious calf is doing well with five bottle feeds a day until he is old enough to eat on his own.

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12 Most Amazing Messages In A Bottle Ever Found
From heartwarming love letters lost at sea, to the time traveling 1906 bottle, these are the 12 MOST Amazing Messages In A Bottle Ever Found !

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