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Salmon, malikot

Salmon, malikot

BY KIM ATIENZA Salmon is a preferred fish in the upscale market. With its surplus of fats, it is rich in Omega 3 oil and is considered among the healthiest foods to eat. But, did you know how hard it is to catch salmon? They live in the ocean deep and are considered good, fast […]

Abandoned dogs saved from euthanasia in Pangasinan

BY LIEZLE BASA INIGO ASINGAN, Pangasinan – Almost a hundred stray dogs and cats were adopted by Pangasinenses to save them for euthanasia or mercy killing. Jaya Uy, a volunteer for the Red Cubs Pet Patrol, that since last year, the group, a non-governmental organization, has been rescuing dogs abandoned by their former owners. “The […]

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Spider, nakamamatay?

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Spider, nakamamatay?

BY KIM ATIENZA I wonder if kids today still play spider wars like we did when we were that age. We would catch spiders in trees and bushes. We would store them in matchboxes, then release them on the ground to engage the spiders caught by our playmates in a battle. What joy that brought […]

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Ipissss!

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Ipissss!

BY KIM ATIENZA I read somewhere from long ago that cockroaches will live on earth much longer than humans. The article also stated that these insects can survive even a nuclear explosion. Why is that so when we, humans, are so afraid and angry at them that we squish them with our slippers at first […]

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Death by sex

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Death by sex

BY KIM ATIENZA This Valentine season, here’s a story of great love in the middle of the sex act. The male praying mantis makes a big sacrifice during an act of sex. Ultimately, he dies in what is probably the deadliest mating of all, according to an article in Smithsonian magazine. This happens as the […]

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Baklang squid

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Baklang squid

BY KIM ATIENZA Ever heard of homosexuals in the sea world? Some squids have been known to display homosexual behavior when they’re in heat. They aren’t picky when it comes to seeking pleasure. This is especially so for the fierce Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas). Nicknamed the jumbo squid, these cephalopods can reach up to six […]

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