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2014-03-26 11:06:47

Knowing what another person wants is not a trivial issue, particularly when the other's desires are different from our own. The ability to disengage from our own desire to cater to someone else's wishes is thought to be a unique feature of human cognition. New research challenges this assumption. Despite wanting something different to eat, male Eurasian jays can disengage from their own current desire in order to feed the female what she wants even when her desires are different to his....

Research Suggests Eurasian Jays May Be Able To Determine Aspects Of The 'Internal Life' Of Their Mate
2013-02-04 19:51:10

University of Cambridge New research shows that male Eurasian Jays in committed relationships are able to share food with their female partner according to her current desire. The behavior suggests the potential for 'state-attribution' in these birds — the ability to recognize and understand the internal life and psychological states of others. The research was carried out in Professor Nicola Clayton's Comparative Cognition lab at Cambridge University's Department of...

Mealworms, The Next Big Foodie Fad?
2012-12-20 16:16:01

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Tired of the same 'ol same 'ol when it comes to dining, and ready for an entirely new culinary experience? Or maybe you just want to be more supportive of Mother Earth, and hope to help curb greenhouse gas emissions with your food selection. Either way, mealworms may be the route for you. Scientists reported in the journal PLOS ONE on Wednesday that insect protein may be a more sustainable alternative to milk, chicken, pork and beef....

2012-08-15 23:02:17

Duncraft, a leading supplier of wild bird feeding supplies, knows their customers want to attract as many different types of birds as possible to their bird feeders. However, many customers are not aware that some of the prettiest birds won´t eat seeds at a bird feeder–these birds are insect eaters. Customers can attract insect eating birds, with Duncraft´s wide variety of live mealworms and other insect foods. Concord, NH (PRWEB) August 14, 2012 Duncraft, a leading source...

2012-06-14 23:01:10

Duncraft customers love their bluebirds–and bluebirds love their mealworms! Now Duncraft customers can enjoy these beautiful birds up close at their window, enjoying a meal and even feeding their young ones with Duncraft´s new Eco Fly-Thru Window Feeder. Concord, NH (PRWEB) June 14, 2012 Duncraft customers love their bluebirds–and bluebirds love their mealworms! Now Duncraft customers can enjoy these beautiful birds up close at their window, enjoying a meal and even feeding...

2012-05-23 23:01:38

Duncraft offers a wide variety of wild bird foods, from seeds and suets to insect foods and mealworms. Although feeding wild birds is not complicated, Duncraft believes in educating their customers about which foods are the most successful in a given situation. Here Duncraft explains No-melt suet and five reasons why their customers should give it a try. Concord, NH (PRWEB) May 22, 2012 Duncraft offers a wide variety of wild bird foods, from seeds and suets to insect foods and mealworms....


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2005-06-23 09:37:03

The Central or Inland Bearded Dragon (Pogona vitticeps) is a type of agamid lizard found in the desert regions of Australia. Of the several species of the Pogona genus, P. vitticeps is the most commonly seen in pet stores. Bearded dragons are omnivores, consuming a wide variety of foods. In captivity, dragons will eat salads, crickets, mealworms (however mealworms should not be given to young dragons due to potential impaction issues), and as treats, superworms. Never collect your own...

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toccata
  • In music, a work for a keyboard-instrument, like the pianoforte or organ, originally intended to utilize and display varieties of touch: but the term has been extended so as to include many irregular works, similar to the prelude, the fantasia, and the improvisation.
This word is Italian in origin, coming from the feminine past participle of 'toccare,' to touch.
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