Some animals that are endangered but you never hear about because they aren’t cute
Pere David’s Deer, also known as Milu is a species of semi-aquatic deer that is extinct in the wild (Photo Credit: Hans van den Oever)
The Saiga is a species of critically endangered antelope which once inhabited Russia and Mongolia (Photo Credit: Keith and Molly’s Great Adventure)
The Honeycomb Coral is a species of coral threatened by ocean acidification, bleaching and the aquarium trade (Photo Credit: Richard Merritt FRPS)
The Panamanian Golden Frog has been rendered extinct in the wild by a fungus that was supported by climate change (Photo Credit: adamcfink)
The European Eel is a critically endangered species of fish which owes its current status to overfishing, parasites and hydroelectric plants (Photo Credit: David Curnick Photography)
The Crocodile Monitor Lizard has been made endangered by deforestation and poaching (Photo Credit: Kurayba)
Pipe cleaner sculptures by Lauren Ryan
Animal sculptures made of nothing more than pipe cleaners that are occasionally cut with scissors.
PIEPEE CLEANER SX
PIPEaBZ XS CLEAANANNERDSZ
BUT HOW? HOW’D IT GET MOLDED?! HOW’D IT GET MOLDED!?
mangoes grow on campus? i need to find them.
There’s a mango tree by the clinical skills lab on the other side of the veterinary teaching hospital. I never figured out when they were in season though
No I’m no longer on the rock which I’m both sad and happy about. I lived in Frigate Bay and never had an issue with theft or crime but people a block over or down the road did. That area is typically quiet but a little more expensive and further away from school. The car situation is always a challenge. I spent three grand on what I thought was a decent car but a year later the transmission went out. My mechanic bought the car and was going to fix it up and sell it. He’s had it for about four months now I wonder if he’s done. I can give you his info if you want to check it out?
my roommate and I are splitting it since we are living together (and poor) but we would like a car that is higher up so we have been looking at SUV’s. was your car an suv?? we also found out about importing a car from japan because then we could get exactly what we want and st.kitts hasnt totally destroyed it yet if you know what i mean haha. we are looking at frigate bay places, too. did you really like your mechanic? trustworthy guy?
My car was a little Nissan Sentra. Importing from Japan or getting an SUV both sound like a good idea. I totally understand about st. kitts destroying cars. If the potholes don’t wreck it, then the multiple student owners who don’t know how to take care of a car will. I really liked my mechanic they do oil and filter changes and they really helped out when all the parts of my radiator went kaput. That’s Gordon’s next to Builder’s Paradise across the street from the Birdrock Ram’s and ScotiaBank. You deal mostly with Frank Gordon Jr. who is the guy that bought my car. We got along and he always showed me the parts he replaced or where he worked on in my car. I have another mechanic’s number that does everything else that my roommate and some friends really liked.