Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Honey Badger

Hey, everyone!
I'm doing a blog post on honey badgers. These are cool facts about badgers.

1. Honey badgers are sometimes found dead in bee hives because they love honey SO much and will stop at nothing to get it.
2. Did you know that honey badgers are the most fearless animals in the world? I think that's pretty amazing, don't you?
3. The honey badger, (or what we call it in our country - ratel) earns its name by feasting on honey, a feat it accomplishes by being know to attack humans, and cars!
4. Honey badgers have also been found attacking and killing vultures, scorpions and poisionus snakes.

So, that pretty much sums it up! The honey badger is vicious, fearless and very feisty! But I think that they are actually very cute.

This is a baby badger. I know, adorable, right?

I got the picture of the baby ratel HERE and the picture of the lion and the honey badger HERE.
Till next time!

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Cheetahs Are Awesome

Hey, everyone!
I am going to do a blog post about cheetahs because they are awesome :)
Here are some facts!
The cheetah is the fastest land animal in the world, reaching speeds of up to 113km/h. They can accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in just 3 seconds. When running, cheetahs use their tail to steer, like a rudder for a boat. Cheetahs are the only big cat that can turn mid-air while sprinting.

Cheetahs - cheetah Photo

Cheetahs do not roar like lions, however they do have a range of other meaningful vocalizations such as
purring, growling and variety of contact calls which resemble bird-like chirping sounds. Female cheetahs select a lair, either a rocky outcrop or marshy area with tall grass, before giving birth to their cubs. Mothers only leave the cubs to hunt, before returning to nurse the young. Males do not help with the rearing of young. Females for solitary, whereas males tend to live in small groups of 2-3 individuals, usually brother. Cheetahs make distinct facial expressions to signal their mood. In Native American symbology, the cheetah represents swiftness insight and focus. Cheetahs are caring, affectionate and dedicated mother. They spend a long time caring for their cubs and teaching them essential survival skills like hunting. Cubs typically stay with their mothers for one and a half to two years.

Cheetah - cheetah Photo

Thanks for reading! if you want to know were I got these cool facts click HERE!
And if you want to know were I got these pics then click HERE!
Oh by the way, it's my brother's birthday to day and I would LOVE it if you go to his blog and give him a comment or two! If you want to give him a comment click HERE please! ;)

Monday, 6 May 2013


Hey, everyone! This is a blog post about grey wolves and all the cool things about them!

Here they are:
1 Wolves develop close relationships and strong social bonds!
2 .Wolves are the largest members in the dog family.
3.Wolves are legendary because of their spine-tingling howl which they use to communicate.
4. The weight of  the North American wolf can be as little as 40 pounds or as large as 175 pounds.
5. The length of the North American wolf is varies bet ween 4'6" and 6'6" form muzzle to tip of tail.

Here are some pics- and if you want to know were I got them click HERE. Here is where I got the facts: http://www.onekind.org/be_inspired/animals_a_z/wolf_grey/

grey wolf images

Thanks for reading!

Sunday, 5 May 2013


Hey, everyone! I have been interested  in origami in the last few weeks, and I have made some things! I want to know which set you like the most. 

^ I call this one the mix! (It's all of them together!)

^ This one is everyone loves to play the piano!

^ This one is 'don't you love being around roses?'!  

^ And this one is it's fun to be in the sun!

^This one is God made all animals!

^ This one is who doesn't like to go shopping!

^ This one is everyone loves cute outfits!

^ This one is don't you love to go on a picnic, when flowers are around!

I'd like to know which one you think is best. :D
Anyway, thanks for reading! Good bye!
P.S. I took all of the photos!