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All Creatures Great and Small


All Creatures Great and Small

A group to discuss domestic & wild animals including our friends with fins & feathers. How can we better support & preserve the earth’s creatures? How do our animal friends enrich our lives?

Members: 67
Latest Activity: Dec 24, 2021

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What is everyone's totem animal? 6 Replies

Started by SPIRITVIEW. Last reply by sherrie marcotte Jan 3, 2010.

A New Dawn for Moon Bears 11 Replies

Started by Jeanette McDermott. Last reply by Jackie Jun 12, 2009.

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Comment by Steve H on July 1, 2012 at 1:17am

I agree Jackie, dogs are full of love and we can all learn from them!

Thanks and Peace,


Comment by Jackie on June 29, 2012 at 8:52pm

My Totem animal is the Dog for sure, the bravest and most loving of all animals breed doesn't mean much for it truly is just the Dog whom have taught us unconditional love for the minute we met, thanks.  JacckieO

Comment by Steve H on March 16, 2012 at 8:55pm

Hey All, Let's get these discussions going, Earth needs us to work together here!

March 23rd 2012 ...

Check your local library and see if they have this going on the 23rd of March (or maybe different day elsewhere) if you can't find a place for it just ask around, someone will want it. Peace.

Comment by Ron Alexander on March 13, 2011 at 12:58pm

My fav at yesterday's St. Patrick day's festivities here in NMB

Comment by Lorenzo Abbiati on March 11, 2011 at 5:49am
Comment by Ron Alexander on July 24, 2010 at 11:55am
Source: PerthNow Good news about humpback whales off Perth, Australia:

A RARE white-tailed humpback whale has been spotted frolicking off Cable Beach. Martin Pritchard, from Environs Kimberley, was whale watching with Sentosa Charters during the Kimberley Whale Festival when he snapped the whale showing off its unusual white tail flukes.

Department of Environment and Conservation whale expert Doug Coughran said a booming humpback whale population has led to more genetic variety within the species.

“Over time, with a higher population, you do get a few colour variations,” Mr Coughran said.

“I have seen them before but not very often.

"It is because the gene pool is bigger, so you get a bigger variation of colour.”

WA has the biggest humpback population in the world, after recovering from an estimated 200 animals when whaling was banned in 1978.

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Related CoverageThe Inaugural Kimberly Whale Festival
Amazing whales up close
WA's marine life
Humpback whale numbers on the rise

The whales are currently migrating north toward warmer waters after feeding in Antarctica during the summer.

The Kimberley coastline plays a crucial role in the annual migration of humpback whales, which use the calm waters as a nursery.
Comment by Greg Salido Quimpo on July 8, 2010 at 2:20am
What a heartwarming picture, Linda (Slasberg)! Every home should, indeed, be a haven to every animals, after all, we, humans must protect them from every conceivable harm and cruelty.

Comment by Barbara J. Baker on June 22, 2010 at 7:15pm
My dogs have always been my best friend. Total trust, love, devotion, and companionship. Hard to beat that in the human sector.
Comment by Karin Piet on June 21, 2010 at 10:08pm
I love animals -- all animals except for lizards and snakes.....when I am hiking, I enjoy seeing blue jays, squirrels, chipmunks....When I had a cabin in Big Bear past the 6000 ft elevation, I used to see the occasional coyote....My dog is actually my very best friend....
Comment by Barbara J. Baker on June 21, 2010 at 9:30am
Thanks Jackie, For your comments and for saving the dog. It will be a thrill to see how she will become safe and secure with someone who will never harm her again. She will never have to go hungry, be scared, be hurt, or feel fear to trust. Bless you.

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