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Last Build Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 04:11:18 +0000


Comment on Wildlife Wednesday: Swamp Adder by A R Pratap

Wed, 27 Oct 2010 04:11:18 +0000

Sherlock Holmes is no less (and Doyle even more so) a wonderful read for all these little inaccuracies. Let us remember that Doyle did not intend it to be a treatise on snakes of the world. "The Speckled Band" is a wonderful little mystery, with the right atmosphere for conjuring up a strange household. The fact that so many of us are writing about it many many years after it was first published goes on to prove how much the world still loves the detective genius of Shelock Holmes! RIP Sir Doyle! You are much loved by many.

Comment on Creepy Crawlies in the Rainforest: 7/25/10—94F—57%H—TFI by just me

Mon, 25 Oct 2010 19:57:13 +0000

It's a wolf spider not a brown recluse.

Comment on Wildlife Wednesday: Swamp Adder by The Snake Killers

Tue, 19 Oct 2010 14:56:42 +0000

We just finished reading the story. We were surprised that the snake could kill someone in just 10 seconds. Since other facts were false, we will google this and let you know. The Snake Killers

Comment on 7/23/10—86F—73%H—TFI by Pat ODonnell

Fri, 17 Sep 2010 17:39:46 +0000

Nice pictures of birds and Playa Ballena in Costa Rica! I wish I could get down to that beautiful, wild area more often.

Comment on 7/6/10—77F–60%H—TFI by Amber Coakley

Wed, 15 Sep 2010 06:13:55 +0000

I'm worn out just from reading about your day in the field! Great crash-course about the flora and fauna of the area - the pictures make it real. Great post!