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Silly Animal Science

Author : Robin Twiddy
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Did you know the horned lizard cries blood? Or that rats laugh when you tickle them? Readers can learn wacky animal facts like these and the silly science behind them.

Animals

Author : Robin Twiddy
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100 Crazy Questions Creatures

Author : Ben Grossblatt
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What if a kangaroo jumped on a trampoline? What happens when a chameleon gets mad? Would an aardvark raid your fridge? There's no question too crazy for this book. The wilder the better! You'll find answers to 100 of the silliest scenarios in the animal kingdom, with answers and explanations based on real science and research. This information-and joke-packed book covers everything you wanted to know about weight-lifting gorillas (impressive) or playing volleyball with a puffer fish (not recommended). Full-color illustrations and photographs bring the animals and their challenges to life. You'll laugh. You'll be amazed. And you'll finally get the answers to the wildest what-ifs.

100 Crazy Questions Creatures

Author : Ben Grossblatt
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100 Crazy Questions: Creatures offers real science answers to 100 silly animal scenarios.

Silly Animal Jokes and Tongue Twisters Includes Cats Dogs Frogs Toads and Barnyard Animals

Author : Mrs. Barberelli
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Tickle your funny bone with jokes, riddles, puns, knock-knocks, cute stories, crazy tongue twisters, and hilarious anecdotes! 1.) Question: Why did the old man wear a cat on his head? Answer: Because it was cheaper to wear a stray than buy a toupee! 2.) Question: How come frogs don't have necks? Answer: Because they do not wear neckties! 3.) Have fun trying to say each of these Silly Animal Tongue Twisters three times fast!!... Jumping jungle jaguars juggled jeeps and jewelry! Cacophonous cats caterwauled cordially! Fifty-five farting frogs followed funky farmer Fred for a fortnight! This book is full of outrageously fun reading entertainment - with the theme of our fine animal friends - including cats, dogs, frogs, toads, along with all sorts of furry barnyard animals! Except for funky Farmer Fred - for he is not an animal.

Funny Animal Science Teacher Notebook to Save Time Just Assume I m Always Right 8 5x11 College Ruled Paper Journal Planner

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"I am the Animal Science Teacher! To Save Time, Let's Just Assume That I'm Always Right and Never Wrong! This funny Animal Science Teacher notebook is filled with college ruled paper that's perfect for writing down your daily teaching thoughts, sketching class ideas, writing your dreams and journaling your gratitude for the day! This 8.5"" x 11"" Animal Science Notebook Journal has 132 pages with College Ruled Paper! Features a soft cover and is bound so pages don't fall out, while it can lay flat for any writing that need more space. Great to take with you to school, class, the office, coffee shop or leave on your bed stand! May Your Animal Science Class be Fun-Filled and Fruitful!"

Schizoanalysis and Animal Science Education

Author : Helena Pedersen
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Within the education system, acts of violence toward animals take place and are manifested on a routine basis in science classes, in lecture halls, in school canteens, and during study visits to zoos, farms, and slaughterhouses. Taken for granted as ”necessary” for teaching and learning, this violence profoundly affects animals as well as students. It also provides new entry points for understanding education as a multispecies power regime, driven by numerous other investments than knowledge dissemination alone. What, then, is the nature of this educational violence, and how exactly does education work through techniques of interference with student and animal bodies? Based on ethnographic research within upper secondary schools and higher education, this book challenges the use of animals in education by innovative engagement of Deleuze and Guattari's tool of schizoanalysis. Sparking a fundamental rethinking of educational processes, relations, and aims, the book explores how scientific knowledge about animals proliferates through complex interplay of power and desire in contested spaces of teaching and learning. Configuring animal science education as a set of machines working in tandem with the animal industry, Helena Pedersen offers radical new insights into how education forms subjectivities and social orders under conditions of capitalist expansion that capture students and animals alike. Bringing together education studies, science studies, critical animal studies, and continental philosophy, Pedersen also provides examples of disruptive action that can put education to work for transformation and liberation.

Animal Welfare Science Husbandry and Ethics

Author : Mark Fisher
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Animal Welfare Science, Husbandry and Ethics charts the history of our understanding of farm animal welfare, throughout time—the human use of animals in different eras, and farming in different systems. The book examines the human/non-human animal relationship with a philosophical approach, examining the connections and disconnections between animals and people, and charts the beliefs and motives of different philosophers, theories, and movements in animal welfare. The book also looks at our current animal welfare systems, the pathway to how we got here, and future considerations for achieving a sustainable animal welfare model. Intended for animal welfare students, teachers, researchers and academic libraries, this book introduces a complex subject requiring an understanding of the underlying factors and drivers of human behaviour and farming systems.

Brute Science Dilemmas Animal

Author : Hugh LaFollette
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First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Voracious Science and Vulnerable Animals

Author : John P. Gluck
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The National Institute of Health recently announced its plan to retire the fifty remaining chimpanzees held in national research facilities and place them in sanctuaries. This significant decision comes after a lengthy process of examination and debate about the ethics of animal research. For decades, proponents of such research have argued that the discoveries and benefits for humans far outweigh the costs of the traumatic effects on the animals; but today, even the researchers themselves have come to question the practice. John P. Gluck has been one of the scientists at the forefront of the movement to end research on primates, and in Voracious Science and Vulnerable Animals he tells a vivid, heart-rending, personal story of how he became a vocal activist for animal protection. Gluck begins by taking us inside the laboratory of Harry F. Harlow at the University of Wisconsin, where Gluck worked as a graduate student in the 1960s. Harlow’s primate lab became famous for his behavioral experiments in maternal deprivation and social isolation of rhesus macaques. Though trained as a behavioral scientist, Gluck finds himself unable to overlook the intense psychological and physical damage these experiments wrought on the macaques. Gluck’s sobering and moving account reveals how in this and other labs, including his own, he came to grapple with the uncomfortable justifications that many researchers were offering for their work. As his sense of conflict grows, we’re right alongside him, developing a deep empathy for the often smart and always vulnerable animals used for these experiments. At a time of unprecedented recognition of the intellectual cognition and emotional intelligence of animals, Voracious Science and Vulnerable Animals is a powerful appeal for our respect and compassion for those creatures who have unwillingly dedicated their lives to science. Through the words of someone who has inflicted pain in the name of science and come to abhor it, it’s important to know what has led this far to progress and where further inroads in animal research ethics are needed.

The Veterinarian a Monthly Journal of Veterinary Science for 1828 1902

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Silly Animal Jokes Riddles

Author : Seymour Simon
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Here is a book-load of dozens of silly, funny and entertaining jokes and riddles about all kinds of animals, from cats and canaries to gorillas and greyhounds. Elementary-aged students will recognize favorites from the weekly feature on the homepage of SeymourSimon.com

Early Modern Zoology The Construction of Animals in Science Literature and the Visual Arts 9 2 vols

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In this volume, specialists from various disciplines (Neo-Latin, French, German, Dutch, History, History of Science, Art History) explore the fascinating early modern discourses on animals in science, literature and the visual arts.

More Silly Animal Jokes Riddles

Author : Seymour Simon
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Part two of the perennial favorite book of jokes and riddles from Seymour Simon and Dennis Kendrick. Newly updated 2012.

Dogs

Author : Amanda Bennett
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Silly Zoo Animal Jokes and Riddles

Author : Seymour Simon
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In this clever follow up to their bestselling Silly Dinosaur Riddles eBook, beloved children’s science author Seymour Simon and his longtime collaborator, the very funny illustrator Dennis Kendrick, turn to zoo animals for a new round of silly jokes and riddles. A StarWalk Kids Digital Original eBook.

Silly Animal Rhymes and Stories A to Z

Author : Anil
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Here’s a sneak look at who’s inside and what they get up to. ALLIGATORS—a sort of joining BUSTARD—big bird, no taste CATBIRD—a bird that eats cats? DOG—a sad hound story EEL, SEAL—no dinner today FISH (Grouper)—an awful mistake GUMMY SHARK—beware! HORSE, GOAT—a mixed marriage INVERTEBRATES—let’s hear it for the little guys! JACKRABBIT—making a monk of himself KANGAROO—(don’t tell Mama, this one’s naughty) LORIS—a sort of Dinosaur? MICE—what the farmer’s wife didn’t know . . . or did she? NEWT—an unpleasant event OWL—a horror movie PUFFERFISH—an overblown reputation QUAIL, RAIL—seeking the Holy Grail RETRIEVER—a love story SPIDER—watch what you drink, Miss Muffet! TRITON, CHITON (Mollusks)—sparring partners UROCHORDATE (Sea Squirt)—this story goes nowhere VARANUS (Lizard)—a fairy wizard saves her life! WORM—size matters XENOPUS (Frog)—a repaired blow-up YETI—the very first spelled word! ZIPHIUS (Whale) + Friends—whale mail AT THE ZOO—a field trip for you

Animal Science and Industry

Author : Merle Cunningham
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For a one-semester/quarter course in introductory Animal Science. Helping to make students' initial inquiry into animal science both an exciting and rewarding one, this well-rounded book covers the animal industry in its totality-from global trends in animal product consumption, to feed manufacturing, the ruminant digestive system, nutrition and feedlot management, farm animal reproduction, genes and chromosomes, the importance of milk production in different species, growth and development, marketing meat animals, the merchandising and promotion of wool, the business of producing eggs, and much more. Accessible to majors and non-majors alike, and organized for maximum course flexibility, it fosters an awareness that successful animal production ventures are the result of astute and timely application of animal science and business principles.

Creative Science Activities for Active Learners

Author : Robert Hoehn
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Challenge your students to learn more about the scientific world around them. This book contains over 50 activities designed to be completed in 15 minutes or less and can be used as lead-in exercises for classroom discussion, homework, or extra credit assignments. The activities help strengthen students? understanding of key scientific concepts and examine thought-provoking issues such as pollution, space fragments, and parasites. Life Science, Environmental Science, and Earth/Space Science are explored as students answer questions, complete Extra Challenges, and solve problems. Creative Science Activities for Active Learners is a valuable tool that should be used in any science classroom!

The Joyous Science

Author : Friedrich Nietzsche
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The Joyous Science is a liberating voyage of discovery as Nietzsche's realization that 'God is dead' and his critique of morality, the arts and modernity give way to an exhilarating doctrine of self-emancipation and the concept of eternal recurrence. Here is Nietzsche at his most personal and affirmative; in his words, this is a book of 'exuberance, restlessness, contrariety and April showers'. With its unique voice and style, its playful combination of poetry and prose, and its invigorating quest for self-emancipation, The Joyous Science is a literary tour de force and quite possibly Nietzsche's best book.