CURIOUS creatures of Animal Life have been objects of interest to mankind in all ages and countries; the universality of which may be traced to that feeling which "makes the whole world... More > kin."
It has been remarked with emphatic truth by a popular writer, that "we have in the Bible and in the engraven and pictorial records the earliest evidence of the attention paid to Natural History in general. The 'navy of Tarshish' contributed to the wisdom of him who not only 'spake of the trees from the cedar of Lebanon, even unto the hyssop that springeth out of the wall,' but 'also of beasts, and of fowls, and of creeping things, and of fishes,'  to say nothing of numerous other passages showing the progress that zoological knowledge had already made. The Egyptian records bear testimony to a familiarity not only with the forms of a multitude of wild animals, but with their habits and geographical distribution."
The following Book are some of the more remarkable animals which the Society have possessed..< Less
If you are a beginner at culturing Live Fish Foods, this book is for you.
I've included the most easiest and basic ways for a beginner to get started in culturing live fish foods.
The information... More > in this book is in NO WAY outdated. It should never become old. There are many ways to culture live fish foods and so I included the way that works best for me; however, there are a wide range of culturing techniques and practices.
Inside is information for culturing:
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Interested in Siberian Huskys, Alaskan malamutes and other Northern Breed dogs? this book is based on the Northern Breed dogs, Written by Northern Breed owners. this book contains loads of facts and... More > information on these magnificent breeds and also contains 10 true stories including the Great Serum Race to Nome, Alaska. The use of Sled dogs in WWI and WWII, The story of Hatchi (Hatchiko) and other heart warming stories about these dogs.< Less
Near the banks of the Missouri River in northwest Missouri is where Jay Gore spent the first 18 years of his life. At age 10, he hunted small game in woodlots at his families’ farm. He hunted... More > the millions of ducks and geese that used the Missouri River as a corridor for migration. This horde of waterfowl gave Mr. Gore the spark to pursue a career in wildlife management. He obtained BS (1963) and MS (1965) degrees at South Dakota State University and the University of Maine respectively.
He was a senior waterfowl biologist for 6 years with the Tennessee Fish and Game Commission. He had a 30-year career with three Federal agencies, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service.
His first Labrador retriever possessed him at age 26 while living in Tennessee. He often wonders why people make the mistake of owning dog breeds other than Labs. After all, Labs are the perfect dog, not that he’s biased or anything like that!< Less