Comments for The Nature Nook http://naturenook.co.uk Ethical Pet Suppliers Thu, 17 Sep 2020 06:27:55 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.5.1 Comment on British Wildlife of the Week: Hazel Dormouse by Jason Woodcock http://naturenook.co.uk/2020/09/16/british-wildlife-of-the-week-hazel-dormouse/#comment-39 Thu, 17 Sep 2020 06:27:55 +0000 http://naturenook.co.uk/?p=3139#comment-39 In reply to Content Catnip.

Thank you so much! That means a lot to us

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Comment on British Wildlife of the Week: Hazel Dormouse by Content Catnip http://naturenook.co.uk/2020/09/16/british-wildlife-of-the-week-hazel-dormouse/#comment-38 Wed, 16 Sep 2020 20:58:07 +0000 http://naturenook.co.uk/?p=3139#comment-38 Love your blog, it’s a highlight of my day 🙂

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Comment on British Wildlife of the Week: Hazel Dormouse by British Wildlife of the Week: Sunfish - The Nature Nook http://naturenook.co.uk/2020/09/16/british-wildlife-of-the-week-hazel-dormouse/#comment-37 Wed, 16 Sep 2020 14:18:17 +0000 http://naturenook.co.uk/?p=3139#comment-37 […] In the next British Wildlife of the Week, we’ll be looking at a rodent who is a serious sleeper – the hazel dormouse. […]

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Comment on Tiger King: America’s Big Cat Problem by Andrew Baines http://naturenook.co.uk/2020/08/03/tiger-king-americas-big-cat-problem/#comment-36 Tue, 15 Sep 2020 15:57:37 +0000 http://naturenook.co.uk/?p=526#comment-36 I had no idea that there are so many Tigers in America! I suppose the American government didn’t…either.

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Comment on Lost Forever: Quagga by The Sixth Extinction - The Nature Nook % Extinct Animals http://naturenook.co.uk/2020/08/12/lost-forever-quagga/#comment-35 Sun, 13 Sep 2020 13:33:36 +0000 http://naturenook.co.uk/?p=2326#comment-35 […] ‘A-listers’ of annihilation: the dodo (pictured at the top of this article), passenger pigeon, quagga, great auk and elephant bird – and there are probably countless more that died out even before […]

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Comment on British Wildlife of the Week: Sunfish by Jason Woodcock http://naturenook.co.uk/2020/09/11/british-wildlife-of-the-week-sunfish/#comment-34 Sun, 13 Sep 2020 06:09:11 +0000 http://naturenook.co.uk/?p=2842#comment-34 In reply to Content Catnip.

They really are! I would absolutely love to see one.

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Comment on British Wildlife of the Week: Sunfish by Content Catnip http://naturenook.co.uk/2020/09/11/british-wildlife-of-the-week-sunfish/#comment-33 Sun, 13 Sep 2020 04:11:31 +0000 http://naturenook.co.uk/?p=2842#comment-33 I saw one of these in Osaka Museum last year, they look surreal and wonky, the weirdest fish ever.

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Comment on British Wildlife of the Week: Sunfish by British Wildlife of the Week: Aquatic Warbler - The Nature Nook http://naturenook.co.uk/2020/09/11/british-wildlife-of-the-week-sunfish/#comment-32 Fri, 11 Sep 2020 11:25:51 +0000 http://naturenook.co.uk/?p=2842#comment-32 […] Next time on British Wildlife of the Week, we’ll be looking at a summer visitor to the British Isles and one of the heaviest fish in the world – the sunfish. […]

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Comment on Animal World Records: Biggest Fish by British Wildlife of the Week: Sunfish - The Nature Nook http://naturenook.co.uk/2020/08/30/animal-world-records-biggest-fish/#comment-31 Fri, 11 Sep 2020 11:24:52 +0000 http://naturenook.co.uk/?p=2599#comment-31 […] it the largest and heaviest bony fish in the world (only a few cartilaginous fish, such as the whale shark, attain greater sizes). The sunfish can reach these huge proportions because it casually drifts […]

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Comment on Rainbow Cliffs: Why Parrots in the Amazon Eat Clay by Content Catnip http://naturenook.co.uk/2020/09/05/rainbow-cliffs-why-parrots-in-the-amazon-eat-clay/#comment-30 Tue, 08 Sep 2020 04:14:47 +0000 http://naturenook.co.uk/?p=2887#comment-30 murmuration is one of the best words ever invented to describe flocks of birds. Another enjoyable article thanks

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