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In just two months of field study in the isolated mountains of Papua New Guinea, researchers identified around 200 new species! Included in these previously unknown species are a teeny long-nosed frog, a bright green katydid, and new ant species, too. While this tube-nosed fruit bat has been found in other parts of New Guinea, a full name has not been given yet. Any suggestions?
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As cooler temps creep into the forecast and leaves blush with color, it's time for another kind of change at home — our families' wardrobes. We're talking more layers, warmer materials, and overall cozier options. Lucky us, Target makes this switch an easy and affordable one.
Both online and in store, we found a broad collection of plaids and knits for the whole family. From traditional patterns to bright, bold colors, the plaids are comfortably in check with each family member's sense of style. When it comes to sweaters, we adore the embellishment of ruffles and flowers for girls and the sophisticated options for us. The boys and men's departments are filled with a durable variety of classic patterns and hues. See for yourself!
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This cat looks like she's singing . . . and calling for a feathered friend! The Here Birdie Birdie Bird House ($40) offers a bird-sized hole to draw in a flutterer. While it's pretty cute for a birdhouse is the idea of a cat eating a bird too odd for you?
Go, go glam! Check out a gaggle of cute pooches posing during a fashion exhibition in Tokyo. I love this sporty twosome, but see them all to pick for yourself.
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For dogs that usually find Blue Buffalo kibble in their bowls (and the owners that put it there), consumers take note. Blue Buffalo company recalled certain packages of its Wilderness Chicken, Basics Salmon, and Large Breed Adult Chicken dry dog foods sold under the "Blue" brand, which have the potential to contain excessive levels of vitamin D.While not as dangerous as salmonella, it is risky to expose a pet to too much of this nutrient. Pups reacting to excess amounts may show signs of lethargy or exhibit unusually frequent water consumption and urination.
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