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2009-09-14 15:53:00

DENVER Sept. 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- MOPS International announces an inspiring line-up of motivational speakers and dynamic worship leaders at the MOPS Convention in Nashville, TN, Sept. 24-26, at the Gaylord Opryland Convention Center. Speakers include: Efrem Smith, Naomi Cramer Overton, Elisa Morgan, Ken Davis, Margaret Feinberg and Robert Gelinas. Talent includes: Matt Redman, Christy Nockels, Plumb, Matthew West and Natalie Grant. Nearly 4,000 MOPS leaders and mothers from...

2006-05-26 15:27:43

By Mike Davidson CANNES, France (Reuters) - The coveted prize for movies at Cannes may be the "Palme d'Or," but for those films' canine casts the Palm Dog is the only award worth winning. A small French bulldog was the winner this year in the parallel event to the main film competition that has become a regular offbeat fixture at the festival. Mops, who appeared in Sofia Coppola's zany costume drama "Marie Antoinette," faced stiff competition from two other dogs appearing in movies...


Latest Greater Mastiff Bats Reference Libraries

Big Free-tailed Bat, Nyctinomops macrotis
2012-04-25 12:10:01

The big Free-tailed Bat (Nyctinomops macrotis) can be found in South, Central, and North America. They prefer to roost in rocky crevices in rocky canyon country. It has an average body length of 5.5 inches. Little is known about the life span and mortality rate of the big free-tailed bat, but it is thought that breeding occurs during the winter, when the bats have migrated to warmer areas. Females will form nursery colonies and have one pup each. The pups will not leave the colony until they...

Western Mastiff Bat, Eumops perotis
2012-04-25 07:54:53

The western mastiff bat, the largest native bat to North America, can be found in the western United States, South America, and Mexico. Other common names for this bat are the greater mastiff bat, the greater bonneted bat, and the western bonneted bat. Although one subspecies of this bat has a conservation status of concern (Eumops perotis californicus), the western mastiff bat is listed as of least concern by the Fish and Wildlife Service. This western mastiff bat is dark brown in color,...

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