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Cute Animal of the Week

Photo of a red panda.
Source:
https://www.foodandwine.com/news/you-can-help-couple-adorable-red-pandas-threatened-food-shortage

Livi Wold, Features Staff

October 5, 2020

Every week we will choose one lucky creature to be featured as the “Cute Animal of the Week” and our next winner is the Red Panda! Fun facts about the Red Panda: The red panda is only as big as the average house cat They live five to seven years longer in captivity than in their regular environm...

Cute Animal of the Week!

Picture of Dumbo Octopus!
Source:
https://allthatsinteresting.com/dumbo-octopus

Livi Wold, Features Staff

September 14, 2020

Every week we will choose one lucky creature to be featured as the “Cute Animal of the Week” and our next winner is the Dumbo Octopus! Fun facts about the Dumbo Octopus: They use their ear-like fins to glide through the water while controlling the swimming direction with their tentacles The Grimpoteuthis [Dumbo Octopus] lives the deepes...

Cute Animal of the Week!

Picture of a chinchilla.
Source: 
https://www.thedodo.com/close-to-home/chinchillas-hold-motivational-signs

LIVI WOLD, Features Editor

September 7, 2020

Every week we will choose one lucky creature to be featured as the “Cute Animal of the Week” and our next winner is the Chinchilla! Fun facts about the Chinchilla: Chinchillas are nocturnal creatures. Despite their size, they can jump up to six feet in the air and use their tail to balance in mida...

Cute Animal of the Week

Baby Pangolin!
Source: https://www.boredpanda.com/baby-pangolin-facts/?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic

Livi Wold, Features Staff

August 31, 2020

Every week we will choose one lucky creature to be featured as the “Cute Animal of the Week,” and our first winner is the Pangolin!!!! Fun facts about the Pangolin: Pangolins are also known as scaly anteaters A baby pangolin is often seen riding their mother’s tail When in danger, pangolins cu...

Global warming: a solution through ethical eating

Besides the greenhouse gas emissions, factory farms also create serious pollution problems for the surrounding areas.

Elizabeth Findley

April 13, 2017

Think of the stereotypical American meal: a cheeseburger with fries, a hot dog at a baseball game, bacon and eggs in the morning, fried chicken if you’re living in the South. It’s not hard to spot the common factor tying all of these foods together- meat. It’s no secret that America runs on...

Ask a teacher- Ms. Cantrell

This picture was taken on Ms. Cantrell's trip to the Galapagos Island.

Christine Park, Staff Writer

October 25, 2016

Ms. Cantrell, a Biology and Scientific Research teacher, is now in her 11th year of teaching; she is currently the head of the Science Department. Through her passion for teaching, animals, and traveling, Ms. Cantrell gives viewers a taste of her life. Questions asked:  Can you introduce yoursel...

Experience Ecuador and the Galapagos

Riobamba possesses the most unimaginable sights, most adorable animals, and loving people. Flor was the name of our local tour guide; she welcomed us into her home, took us on nature walks, and fed us cultural food, like guinea pig, which is a delicacy there.

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

     

Giving a voice to the voiceless: The Humane Society of Forsyth County

Moola and Penny: Sisters given a second chance at happiness

Logan White, Literary Editor

November 10, 2015

It is estimated that about 2.7 million animals are euthanized each year, solely due to the dwindling space in shelters across the United States. This issue is unknown and unimportant to most people, but this desperately needs to change. Animals such as cats and dogs unfortunately have the reputation...

Giraffes break centuries of silence

A giraffe, which scientists have just recently discovered has the ability to hum

Madeline Laguaite, Features Editor

September 23, 2015

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