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How to rear snails at home

How to rear snails at home

Heliciculture, also known as heliculture, commonly known as snail farming, is the process of raising land snails specifically for human use, either to use their flesh as edible escargot or, more recently, to obtain snail slime for use in cosmetics and snail eggs for human consumption as a type of caviar. Building a simple snail […] Read More



hard and fast tips every dog owner should know and follow. 1. Learn to read your dogs body language: At any given moment, dogs give off a multitude of body signals. Moments of fear, anxiety, joy, and insecurity, among others, can be known to us…if we bother to learn the meaning behind the signals. 2. […] Read More

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You don’t need a huge space to get into the agriculture business. If you have a city or suburban home, you can still plant some crops in small or vertical containers to get the most out of your space. Farmer’s Market Vending Whether you live in the city or country, you can take the food […] Read More

cute names for male dogs

Male Dog Names – Including The Top 40 Choices For 2018 Looking for the best male dog names? Then look no further! Top Male Dog Names 2018 Charlie Becks Max Buddy Cooper Jack Toby Henry Bear Scout Tucker Marley Monty Leo Finn Dexter Barney Alfie Angus Milo Oscar Shadow Sam Gus Murphy Harry Hunter Teddy […] Read More

growing season

‘Growing season’ can be defined as the period of the year during which rainfall distribution characteristics are suitable for crop germination, establishment, and full development. It is the period of the year categorised as the rainy or wet season, the length of which varies spatially, temporally, and with crop type. In a typical tropical country […] Read More

Ape populations

Great ape populations Credit: Forrest Hogg/WCS In the rainforests of the Republic of Congo, a western lowland gorilla gazes into the canopy of branches above. Following a 10-year-long study in Western Equatorial Africa of western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) and central chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes troglodytes), researchers now know there are more of these animals […] Read More

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