Cry of the Polar BearWritten by Arthur Zulu
Cry of Polar Bear By Arthur Zulu
Here roam I with my cubs in Arctic feasting on seals by ice packs away from human predators. We are content in this harsh world with our double furs and blubber, invisible to spying cameras.
But now our safety is no more; for we awake and our beloved ice is gone. Marooned on ice packs we famish and expire, because I cannot swim with my pups. And we marvel to behold late winter and early summer as we chance upon unforeseen bodies of water.
I do not pity you, man, when seas eat your land; for did you not turn on heat that now freezes ice? Nor do I bewail walruses, reindeers, and caribous. Methink those neighbors of mine will tarry longer.
Mosquito Control: The Best Ways to Effectively Combat MosquitoesWritten by All Mosquito Netting Info
Mosquito-born diseases affect millions of people worldwide each year. The bite of a mosquito can result in anything from a skin irritation to contracting malaria. Clearly, mosquitoes are not just a nuisance, but also potentially harmful. By taking measures such as wearing long pants in wooded areas or disposing of standing water, you can minimize chances of attracting mosquitoes. These measures, however, are often not enough, and specialty products used to combat mosquitoes are required. Each of products used for mosquito control have varying degrees of effectiveness, and it is important to know that some may be better than others.
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Electric mosquito zapper
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