Princess Aisling Makes A Friend
Once upon a time in a magical land far away, there lived a beautiful princess named Aisling. She had beautiful golden hair and forest green eyes. Aisling lived in a beautiful castle in the mountains. Aisling loved living in her castle. It had everything she could possibly ever need. Well, almost everything. The only thing that Aisling’s beloved castle didn’t have was a friend. Aisling desperately wanted a friend, but living so high up in the mountains, friends were hard to come by.
One day Aisling decided that if a friend can’t come and find her, then she would go and find them. She decided that she would walk through the mystical forest until she found a friend. Aisling left with a bag full of toys and the hope that she would find a brand new friend.
Aisling walked to the path that would lead her through the mystical forest. The mystical forest entrance was made up of an archway made out of tree branches and beautiful flowers. Aisling loved walking through the mystical forest – especially at sunset.
Aisling walked for about ten minutes, until she came upon a little bluebird. The little bluebird was perched on a low tree branch, singing a cheerful tune for all to hear. Aisling walked up to the little bluebird.
She said, “Hi little bluebird. Will you be my new friend?” The bird whistled back to Aisling a merry, little tune.
“Oh! You can only whistle. Let me try whistling to you,” Aisling stated. Aisling tried to whistle, but…
Our rabbit, which measured twenty-two inches in length by six inches in width, beared a few similarities to the minks we previously dissected. Taxonomically, minks and rabbits are quite different; whereas rabbits are of the order Lagomorpha and Leporidae family, minks belong to the order Carnivora and Mustelidae family (Animal Diversity Web). Despite these differences, however, their internal structures were composed rather similarly.
For example, both the mink’s liver and the rabbit’s liver…
Rabbits are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha, found in several parts of the world.
There are eight different genera in the family classified as rabbits.
Today their are more than 50 different species of rabbit and the number continues to increase as the selective
breeding of pet rabbits becomes more popular.
The expected lifespan of a rabbit is about 9 to 12 years. The oldest rabbit on record was 18 year old.
They are characterized by long ears and legs, large…
relatives are disappearing and nobody even knows who they are. The American Pika is a less known animal that everybody should know. They are called a “whistling hare” because of how vocal they are. An American Pika lives in the mountain regions from central British columbia to South Central California. They live around Talus slopes, rock piles, or boulder slides. In addition to where they live, they are also really protective, super furry, and are vegetarian.
What they look…
below the insular lobe. However, no one knows for certain what the function of the Claustrum is. If you remove it, what will happen? Nobody knows. However, while Koch was researching the Claustrum, he discovered a giant neuron that “engulfed the brain like a ‘crown of thorns’ with its colossal fibers” (Koch). Koch decided to run experiments on the Claustrum using mice. While the mouse was moving around, sniffing, eating, and doing other mouse things, Koch was monitoring the Claustrum, and…