Alligator

19 Jun 19
CBS Miami

When most people think of Florida, hot sunny afternoons, beaches and theme parks come to mind.

19 Jun 19
My Wisdom App

Sex determination refers to the hormonal, environmental, and especially genetic mechanisms that make an organism male or female. Chromosomal Sex Determination It is widely known that people who inherit sex chromosome X from the mother and Y from the father are genetically male, while people who inherit X from both parents are genetically female. Thus, […]

19 Jun 19
daryanenergyblog

Even in the best case scenario, even if warming can be limited to just the 1.5 degrees agreed at Paris, its inevitable that we’re going to see an increased level of flooding. Higher temperatures means sea level rise. And it means more moisture being absorbed by weather systems, which means heavier rainfall and larger storm […]

19 Jun 19
WWLP
(WBBH/NBC News)  The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is working with law enforcement to find out who shot several alligators found dead in a Collier County canal. “It’s ridiculous. Why kill an animal that’s not bothering you and is where it needs to be?” alligator trapper Ray Simonsen says. “Senseless killing? No need for it.”   It’s illegal to kill alligators in Florida, unless it’s hunting season and you have a permit.   Read more: http://bit.ly/2FlxKDD
19 Jun 19
NATION AND STATE

Having commented extensively in recent weeks on what to expect from the Fed today, Nomura’s Charlie McElligott is out with a “cheat sheet” laying out his final thoughts on how the market may react to the Fed’s statement at 2pm today. At the very top level, whereas the market is now stuck with the perception […]

19 Jun 19
Moses Park's Blog

6/19/19 10:00 AM By Moses Park Intended Audience: People lovers and historical enthusiasts Paynes Prairie is a U.S. National Natural Landmark, located in Micanopy, Florida. At around 21,000 acres, this Florida State Park is surrounded by lakes and home to an abundance of different species ranging from alligators, birds, bison and wild horses. Paynes Prairie […]

19 Jun 19
Dean Burnetti Law's Blog

Wednesday is the day YOU get to “Ask an Attorney.”  Just leave your question in the comments below, and if your question is selected, it will be answered on an upcoming Wednesday by one of our attorneys at Dean Burnetti Law.  ~*~*~*~*~ Margo L. from Tampa asks, “I’m thinking about trading in my car.  I’ve […]

19 Jun 19
The Heron Report

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19 Jun 19
Deadline

Along with a brief peek at Top Gun: Maverick this morning, Paramount showed off extended looks at such upcoming titles as Ang Lee’s Gemini Man, live-action/CGI hybrid Sonic: The Hedgehog, raunchy comedy Hostile Makeover, family comedy Playing With Fire, horror pic Crawl and feature adaptation Dora And The Lost City Of Gold. Studio Chairman and […]

19 Jun 19
NSF REU Site: Bioarchaeology of Bronze Age Social Systems

In the past week, all the groups established their hypotheses and methodologies, and we have initiated data collection for our partnered research projects. Last week, you were informed by Chaylee Arellano and Charlie Downey of the context of the Unar 1 and Unar 2 tombs within the Umm an-Nar period in southeastern Arabia, along with […]

19 Jun 19
Diane Henders

You know how sometimes you notice an unusual object, and then suddenly you’re seeing them everywhere?  Apparently this is the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon:  There aren’t actually more of the items than before; you’re only noticing them more. Okay, fine.  That makes sense. So… why have I been seeing plastic alligators this week?  I seriously doubt that there’s […]

19 Jun 19
WJBF
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – An alligator is now safely relocated after showing up at a home Wednesday on Bennock Mill Road in South Augusta. This residential area might be the last place you’d expect to see a large reptile but the gator wandered up to someone’s back yard. A man driving by in a truck spotted him and stopped. The gator then bolted underneath a fence, into a nearby yard. When our crew arrived, a local man was doing his best to tame the gator to make sure that no one got hurt. The animal is now at a safe location in Burke County.
19 Jun 19
ananee

A baby born after a loss is often times called a Rainbow Baby, because after the storm comes the rainbow. We had a name picked out for our rainbow baby. We figured it would be a girl since both of our losses were girls; we would name our rainbow daughter Iris Willow. Iris means rainbow. […]

19 Jun 19
Red Tricycle

Make the most of your Tampa visit with this list of kid destinations!

19 Jun 19
Wonders Early Learning Center

Do you ever find yourself needing an extra activity for your class? Maybe they finished what you had planned for the day faster than you expected, and there is still a lot of class time left. Or there isn’t much planned but you need to come up with an activity that ties into the unit. […]

19 Jun 19
Dicmortimer's Blog

Following two losses in four days this month against Croatia (2-1) and Hungary (1-0), Ryan Giggs was spot on when he said that Wales “will have to win nearly every game now” to qualify for Euro 2020. Looking at those Euro qualifying groups that have also contained five teams across the previous five tournaments (there […]

19 Jun 19
GeekandGear.com

A big toothy grin. By Joe Skrebels Maneater is an open-world action game presented as a reality show about a vengeful shark, narrated by SNL and Archer’s Chris Parnell. Somehow, that’s not the strangest part of it. This Tripwire-developed passion project has you chomping your way through several underwater ecosystems, growing and evolving as you […]