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Luxury Anantara Kihavah Villas, Maldives

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Rental cars Coimbatore

Taxi Taxi specializes in airport transfers and taxis travelling to and from Tamilnadu and surrounding areas. They preserve out taxis to the very best degree and delight ourselves on making our trip with relaxing and stress free as possible whilst holding the prices to you down.

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Cabs Coimbatore

The Manchester of south india, Coimbatore is being the travellers junction point for their business and services. Taxi taxi is the leading cab providers and rental car dealers for various needs of the customers. Booking facility is available through online as well in mobiles for the travel in and around the Coimbatore. 

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The Coimbatore city is popular for another major sector is, call taxi services. The Anand Palaniswamy group launched luxury, modern and ultra special call taxi services to travelers safely to visit around Coimbatore.

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Summer festival at Ooty Flower Show- Taxi Taxi Offered Special Packages

Ooty Flower show 2012 will be open for public on 18th, 19th and 20th of May 2012. Flower show is a show piece event conducted every year by the Flower show,  Fruit Show, Dog show  Committee Nilgiris. Taxi Taxi Offered special Holiday Packages and safe secure Journey.

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Why Cant All Animals Be Domesticated
by Natalie Wolchover
About 11,000 years ago, humans realized there was a better place for some animals than the other end of a spear. We started coaxing them into our settlements, gradually molding their natures to better suit our needs for food, labor and companionship. Over the millennia, we dabbled with the domestication of many species. But only a few — most notably, the cow, goat, sheep, chicken, horse, pig, dog and cat — have proved themselves so useful that they have piggybacked their way across the globe, flourishing almost everywhere humans do.
But why just those animals? Why not the rhinoceros, tiger, zebra, or any of the hundreds of other seemingly suitable creatures that didn’t make the cut, and by consequence have been relegated to an ever-diminishing share of Earth’s land and resources?
According to the evolutionary physiologist and geographer Jared Diamond, in his acclaimed book “Guns, Germs and Steel” (Norton, 1997), there are six criteria that animals must meet for domestication. Many species come close, but very few fit the bill.
First, domestic animals cannot be picky eaters; they must be able to find enough food in and around human settlements to survive. The herbivores, such as cows and sheep, must be able to forage on grass and eat our surplus grain supplies. Carnivores, such as dogs and cats, must be willing to scavenge on human waste and scraps, as well as the vermin that those morsels attract…
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(image: Lionel Walter Rothschild (1868-1937), 2nd Baron Rothschild, with his famed zebra carriage, which he frequently drove through London. Zebras have been successfully tamed only rarely.)

rhamphotheca:

Why Cant All Animals Be Domesticated

by Natalie Wolchover

About 11,000 years ago, humans realized there was a better place for some animals than the other end of a spear. We started coaxing them into our settlements, gradually molding their natures to better suit our needs for food, labor and companionship. Over the millennia, we dabbled with the domestication of many species. But only a few — most notably, the cow, goat, sheep, chicken, horse, pig, dog and cat — have proved themselves so useful that they have piggybacked their way across the globe, flourishing almost everywhere humans do.

But why just those animals? Why not the rhinoceros, tiger, zebra, or any of the hundreds of other seemingly suitable creatures that didn’t make the cut, and by consequence have been relegated to an ever-diminishing share of Earth’s land and resources?

According to the evolutionary physiologist and geographer Jared Diamond, in his acclaimed book “Guns, Germs and Steel” (Norton, 1997), there are six criteria that animals must meet for domestication. Many species come close, but very few fit the bill.

First, domestic animals cannot be picky eaters; they must be able to find enough food in and around human settlements to survive. The herbivores, such as cows and sheep, must be able to forage on grass and eat our surplus grain supplies. Carnivores, such as dogs and cats, must be willing to scavenge on human waste and scraps, as well as the vermin that those morsels attract…

(read more: Lifes Little Mysteries)    

(image: Lionel Walter Rothschild (1868-1937), 2nd Baron Rothschild, with his famed zebra carriage, which he frequently drove through London. Zebras have been successfully tamed only rarely.)

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Malian refugee children play in the M’bere refugee camp near Bassiknou in the Nema region of Southwestern Mauritania on May 2.

A youmg girl poses in the M’bere refugee camp near Bassiknou in the Nema region of Southwestern Mauritania on May 2. More than 320,000 people have fled their homes in Mali since mid-January, with more than half seeking refuge in neighbouring countries, UN officials said.

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