Tag Archives: beast of burden

World Donkey Day (May 8)

argylesock says… Donkeys are all over the world, one of our most useful livestock species. Yet still they’re not taken seriously enough. At least they’re not taken seriously enough where I live, in a rich country. You can follow my … Continue reading

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22 June, World Camel Day

argylesock says… There’s plenty to be learned about camels from my fellow blogger Raziq Kakar. These animals are uniquely well-adapted to be productive in the drylands which cover much of our Earth. ARKBIODIV.COM See on Scoop.it – Sustainable Livestock Agenda … Continue reading

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A Unique and Fascinating Creature! The Camel

argylesock says… Follow the link to Sustainable Livestock Agenda if you want to read more about camels. ARKBIODIV.COM See on Scoop.it – Sustainable Livestock Agenda SLA View original post

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Donkeys and mules

People keep donkeys around the world. This relationship’s here to stay. Donkeys have been living alongside humans since about the time that we started to build houses, and many of us still keep donkeys, because donkeys are useful. Donkeys are … Continue reading

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Learning from other organisms

If something works, it’s probably been developed already by natural selection. So we humans can learn from other organisms. My fellow blogger Anthropogen drew my attention to bee-brained robots. I like it that these tiny robots might prove useful as … Continue reading

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