Zoology

Zoological Investigations

I went snorkeling in Puerto Rican waters on my day off this week. Yes, that’s right. I will rub it in, thank you. Even though…


Zoological Investigations

The cassowary is a large, flightless bird that, along with ostriches, omus, kiwis and rheas, is a proud member of the ratite group. The term…


Zoological Investigations

Love ’em or hate ’em, insects are arguably the most important animals on earth. They are often viewed as the most successful animals on the…


Zoological Investigations

Today is the day, back to school. Some of us might be filled with excitement and hope for the thrill of a new year of…



Zoological investigations

Hello again readers of the Manitoban and welcome to late June. It is just about that time to start planning your doom — I mean…


Zoological investigations VI

It is written (at least it is now): “As you sow procrastination, so shall you reap procrastination.” You should be glad to know — if…


Zoological Investigations III

Last night I had to come to terms with two things: I’ve got a mean bronchial infection and there are spiders gleefully using my bathroom…


Zoological Investigations II

Ah, New Zealand. That dreamy cluster of islands that friends or maybe friends of friends of yours have burned up precious student loan dollars visiting…