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Posts tagged captivity

February 2, 2012

 

silk_worm

Survival Of The Sluggish

WANTED--Superlative silk producers. Benefits include housing, unlimited food and protection from all predators.

September 17, 2007

 

Underwater walrus at zoo

Play with Your Food

Imagine getting a shot everyday that gave you all the nutrients you need for the day so that you no longer need to eat. Would you still have the desire to chew?

February 16, 2004

 

Born to Roam

When you've been to the zoo have you noticed how some of the animals pace around a lot? "Born to Roam" on this Moment of Science.

September 27, 2003

 

Lifestyles of the Pink and Feathered

Today, on A Moment of Science, another episode of “Lifestyles of the Pink and Feathered.” That’s right: flamingoes. You’ve probably seen them preening at your local zoo, but did you know what intrigue-filled lives our pink-plumed pals lead in captivity? You may have already suspected that flamingoes are very social and like to hang around [...]

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