Cry of the Polar BearWritten by Arthur Zulu
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But mourn for me, perishing polar bear; or write me a book or script me a movie. For soon I will be gone forever like dodo bird or great dinosaur. And no homo sapient dare trace remains of “Ursus maritimus”—the king of north!
ARTHUR ZULU is an editor, book reviewer, playwright, and published author. He also writes short stories, scripts, essays, and poems. For his works and FREE helps for writers, goto: http://controversialwriter.tripod.com mailto: email@example.com Web search: Arthur Zulu
Arthur Zulu is an editor, book reviewer, playwright, and published author. He also writes short stories, scripts, essays, and poems.
Mosquito Control: The Best Ways to Effectively Combat MosquitoesWritten by All Mosquito Netting Info
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Like electric mosquito zapper, mosquito magnet is one of several mosquito traps that claim to best eliminate pesky insects. The mosquito magnet works by releasing a carbon dioxide spray, heat and moisture that mosquito mistakes for prey. Once mosquito gets too close to magnet, it is sucked in and eventually dies of dehydration. The mosquito magnet is run by a propane tank and can therefore be transported anywhere. This form of mosquito control is most expensive of all methods and there is no conclusive scientific evidence to support its effectiveness. You can find mosquito magnets here: www.mosquitomagnet.com.
There are a number of natural and chemical mosquito repellents that work to repel mosquitoes. The synthetic chemical repellent, DEET, is most effective. It is essentially a poison that masks natural odor and carbon monoxide that is released from human body. DEET must be used with caution, especially with children. It has been known to cause dizziness and can severely irritate skin. For these reasons, many people choose to use a natural mosquito repellent like a citronella spray. Citronella has active ingredients that repel mosquitoes and for some, lemon smell is very appealing. You can find mosquito repellent here: www.travelhealthhelp.com. Read more about mosquito repellents here: www.about.com.
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