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Fly Like An Egyptian

Even if this razorbill wasn’t born in the 80s, that doesn’t mean it can’t get into the groove! Heading for land, this seabird angles its tail feathers downward to maximize lift as it slows for a smooth touchdown. Photo Courtesy Of:bonjourlepingouin: C’est exactement ce que je voulais faire. Aujourd’hui Michael, pendant pingouinesque de Pouf le

Cat Facts

Cat Facts All Hail the Great Cat!  It’s estimated that ancient Egyptians started domesticating cats around 2,000 BC. “Early Egyptians worshipped a cat goddess and even mummified their beloved pets for their journey to the next world—accompanied by mummified mice!” (National Geographic). It may have been just this last issue that made them so special