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2013-10-15 12:15
We have had a great tour so far! Yesterday I was quite high, like I was on drugs. I saw my first Praying Mantis! Do you know how cool they are?! I almost could't sleep last night, I was so happy :) They are very impressive and formidable predators, camouflage experts and they can swivel their head 180 degrees to spot a potential prey. This is just a few of the interesting things about these insects! There are about 2400 different species in the order Mantodea. Check out these links, you will not regret a click, at least not on the first two ones!Awesome pictures of different species with...
2013-09-16 10:15
 Inbjudan till inofficiell agilitytävling - LotuscupenLotus Education i samarbete med Boslätts Lantbruk & Hässleholm HU hälsar alla ännu en gång välkomna till vår populära inoff agilitytävling i Lotushallen, söndagen den 17 november 2013!Vi kommer att ha två agilityklasser och en hoppklass, alla storlekar. Nytt för i år är att vi kommer att ha juniorklasser med lite lättare banor för barn upp till 13 år.Domare: Nils Lindqvist.Vi kommer att ha prisutdelning med riktigt fina priser i varje klass och vi kommer även att utse en cupvinnare genom att man samlar poäng i varje klass och den med...
2013-09-11 11:45
Photo: Fredrik SelanderWhat is the motivation for all us agility-nerds? To stand on the top of the podium at the WC? I think that can be a kind of a goal for many handlers but I don't think that's the real motivation. And for many people it's just not even possible for whatever reason. So, can it be some other results, Q:s for finals and titles..? I hope no one has the results as the real motivation because I think that can be destructive and for me it would be scary and boring. For me good results are nice but that's not my motivation at all. My motivation is to see the glow in my dogs eyes...
2013-09-02 18:15
What an interesting find on my walk today! And I love smartphones. They are smart enough to have a camera just when it is needed one! A caterpillar (or maybe better to call it larva because it's the offspring of a moth rather than a butterfly) of Elephant hawkmoth, Deilephila elpenor (Större snabelsvärmare). It's really hughe and it looks so cool with it's shape and colour. It has a long trunk-like nose and when it can sense danger it can withdraw its nose creating a much bigger head with two eye-like markings on either side of the head. It also swings irritated it's head back and forth and...

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