Animals In Print
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From 10 January 2007 Issue
Q: You know your monkey is normal if he's: (a) near-sighted; (b) far-sighted; or (c) cross-eyed?
A: Almost all monkeys are near-sighted.
Fun Fact: The absolute favorite thing of any dog is a weed called Stinking Goose Foot, sometimes called "dognip." It smells really awful.
Q: Rabbits love your garden. Should you: (a) make a large scarerabbit; (b) pray for a garden angel to guard your garden; or (c) next year plant two rows of onions around it.
A: Rabbits hate the smell of onions. The Old Farmerís Almanac says an onion fence will keep them away.
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Editorial: The Chilling Effect by Will Potter
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