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Wacky (and interesting) Wednesday - Life Cycle of Blackberries, Blueberries and Strawberries

Wacky (and interesting) Wednesday - Life Cycle of Blackberries, Blueberries and Strawberries

Wacky (and interesting) Wednesday - Life Cycle of Blackberries, Blueberries and Strawberries
  • Carole Zellers
Wacky Wednesday - Saving Energy

Wacky Wednesday - Saving Energy

Designer creates light-switch that changes colors to teach children how to save energy
  • Carole Zellers
Wacky Wednesday - The Eden Project - interesting info

Wacky Wednesday - The Eden Project - interesting info

Wacky Wednesday - The Eden Project - interesting info

In the late 1990s a small group gathered to talk about an idea – to create a place like nothing anyone had ever seen before; a place that explored our place in nature, a place that demonstrated what could be done if people who wanted to make a difference got together.

  • Carole Zellers
Wacky Wednesday - A touching photo

Wacky Wednesday - A touching photo

Wacky Wednesday - A touching photo
The image shows an orangutan currently under threat of extinction while stretching out his hand to help a geologist who fell into a mud pool during his search...
... a touching scene...
  • Carole Zellers
Wacky Wednesday           Wildlife crossings - It's a good thing!

Wacky Wednesday Wildlife crossings - It's a good thing!

Wildlife crossings are more than simple road signs as you speed down the highway. Conservationists use all sorts of methods to keep our furry friends safe from becoming roadkill or having their habitats fragmented. Increasingly, animal bridges are being employed around the globe in order to preserve our ecosystems.
  • Carole Zellers
Wacky Wednesday The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Wacky Wednesday The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Wacky Wednesday The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

10 interesting facts
Plastic Island, The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, Trash Island: whatever you call it, this massive accumulation of plastic debris located between Hawaii and California is growing bigger day-by-day.
But what is it made from? Where does it come from? And what can be done about it? For answers to these questions and more, keep reading…
  • Carole Zellers
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