Friday, September 23, 2011
of you anticipating Cassie’s official return single “King Of Hearts,” or even if you are not at all, here is something to hold you over or give an honest listen to. The of the model/singer’s collaboration with Japan’s DJ Komori. A poppy, uptempo house jam entitled “Sound of Love,” which finds Cassie showing her newfound talent for dance records, and actually has some appeal.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
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Friday, September 16, 2011
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Wednesday, September 7, 2011
In our ever expanding society increasing pollution, torn downforests, and changing terrain are causing serious problems with the environment. But it isn’t just out Ozone that is suffering, and as the years pass more and more animals are being put on the endangered species list, just a few hundred (and sometimes less) away from being completely extinct.
Here is a list of the top 10 rarest animals in the world, and some of them you may have never heard of.
Tarsiers are found only in the islands of Southeast Asia. Since Southeast Asia encompasses a wide range of islands – , , Indonesia, the Philippines, and more, that might not seem like these little guys are so rare. When you think about that they used to live in many more regions, it sort of puts in in perspective. They mostly live in Borneo. These little primates are only 4-6 inches tall, but their hind legs are twice the length of their torso. Additionally, their eyes are each the size of their brains. What else makes these adorable little primates so rare? They are the only primates who are completely carnivorous – insectivorous to be exact. They stalk bugs and jump at them. They also eat small animals like birds, bats, lizards, and snakes. Tarsiers are considered Critically Endangered and will likely be on that list for some time. They are, thus far, impossible to breed in .