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“Galapagos Island Giant Tortoises Saved From Near Extinction”

January 20, 2015

by Kristina Wehmeyer In 2012, a giant tortoise named Lonesome George, a one hundred year old giant, passed away. He was thought to be the last of his kind, in the Galapagos Island of Pinta. Many were very sad that he died. In the Hood Island the same fate does not occur for these giants. The Hood Island... [Read more]

Our Endangered Friends

January 20, 2015

Author: Meera Dolasia review by: Jeremy Watts Before I get started if anyone would like the information I’m about to go over it. The website is www.dogonews.com click on the science tab. The title is endangered orca whale pod. Here is the interview. “How are they endangered Mrs. Meera?” “By infections.” “Where... [Read more]

Endangered Orca Whale Pod Welcomes First Newborn In Two Years

January 20, 2015

Gavin Stutzman In this extraordinarily amazing analysis of an article, the author was named Meera Dolasia. In this area called Pudget Sound, a newborn orca was sighted, the first of which in two years. I achieved this information from the website, http://www.dogonews.com/2015/1/12/endangered-orca-whale-pod-welcomes-first-newborn-in-two-years.... [Read more]

The Coolest Creations Ever

January 20, 2015

Joshua Snell Every January thousands of manufacturers travel to Las Vegas, Nevada to showcase their newest technology innovations. There are a bunch of things that you can invent when you put your mind to it. Some of the things that the companies have made include bionic birds, XYZ 3D food printer. ... [Read more]

Newborn Whale

January 20, 2015

Latrelle Smith       The article “Endangered Orca Whale Pod Welcomes First Newborn in Two Years” written by Meera Dolasia is very interesting. The website it came from was http://www.dogonews.com/2015/1/12/endangered-orca-whale-pod-welcomes-first-newborn-in-two-years. This article is about... [Read more]

Can Birds Sense Storms?

January 20, 2015

By: Dylan Shupe Can Birds Sense Storms In an article written by Kendall Costello that can be found at www.dogonews.com, people think birds can sense the arrival of storms in the area. They began to figure this out by putting trackers on the birds. They birds start to leave one week before a storm happens.... [Read more]

The Worlds Biggest Spider

January 20, 2015

Tate Pedro           If you are afraid of spider, don’t go to the rainforests of Suriname, Guyana, northern Brazil and southern Venezuela, where the biggest spider in the world lives. Its name is Goliath birdeater. The Goliath birdeater is the largest spider in the world, and it weighs 6 ounces.... [Read more]

Endangered Orca Whale Pod Welcomes First Newborn in Two Years

January 20, 2015

Gabe Murphy The author of this article is Meera Dolasia and it was written on January 12, 2015 and posted at www.dogonews.com. For the first time in two years, endangered killer whale pod, the J pod, welcomed a newborn orca to the pack. The newborn is a female and is estimated to be eight days old.... [Read more]

“DOGO News”

January 20, 2015

By Kyle Lowther The article that I chose is “Newly Unearthed Titanosaur May Be a Strong Contender for the Biggest Known Dinosaur”. You can find this article at http://www.dogonews.com/2014/5/22/newly-unearthed-titanosaur-may-be-a-strong-contender-for-the-biggest-known-dinosaur . The author of this... [Read more]

Dogo News Article

January 20, 2015

Kate Jett The article that I read today was, “Orion’s Successful Flight Just The First Step On Journey To Mars.” I read this article on http://www.dogonews.com, under the science tab. The author of the article is Allegra Staples, and was written on January 6, 2015. In the article, chief technologist... [Read more]

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