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Rofand Khalaf
04-18-2006
04:06 AM ET (US)
I was recommended to visit your website, I had a look and I think it is a great step…I wish you more progress …many thanks to you

Here is a link for an interesting topic a bout the flies…I hope you enjoy it

http://www.55a.net/firas/arabic/index.php?...d=788&select_page=5

beltaofiq insha Allah
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EMADPerson was signed in when posted
04-11-2006
01:23 PM ET (US)
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته
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taghareed Jawabra
04-04-2006
03:34 PM ET (US)
الغاليات العزيزات في الثانوية الشرعية كل الشكر لهذه المشاركات وأ منى ان تتواصلو معنا دائما
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ثا/الشرعية-ميادة أبازيد
04-04-2006
03:30 PM ET (US)
الخطر القادم
الثعلب الصغير فيلوكس هو حيوان ثدي صغير من الحيوانا التي تعيش في الصحراء ولكنها مهددة بالإنقراض
له طباع ليلية كما نه يركض بسرعة شديد هذا الحيوان يأكل القوارض والسناجيب والجردان إ ا أنه ليس محظوظاً
فإنه يقع دائما في الشراك والفخاخ التي تنصب لإ طياد الحيوانات المفترسة
أشكرك على هذا البرنامج الممتاز وأتمنى ل التوفيق والنجاح ولك أيضا
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بنات الشرعية درعا 89***
04-04-2006
02:27 PM ET (US)
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
نود تقديم الشكر الكبير على هذا المشروع الرائع الذي خص البيئة التي هي كل حياتنا باسم بنات الشريع درعا
والسلام
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zeinab homsi
04-03-2006
05:23 AM ET (US)
 
     
 
 Beast Feast

Every animal is wild for a certain kind of food: plants, meat or both. If animals could hang out where their favorite foods are served, here's where we'd find them...

Herbivore Eatery This is a hot spot for plant-eating animals, called herbivores (ERH buh voorz). Green, growing things make up the menu here. Herbivores may order up plant leaves, stems, seeds, fruits, flowers or roots. Their diet often changes as the seasons change. This place can get pretty crowded: more animals eat plants than any other food. Once they're here, customers hog the tables, too. Herbivores have to eat A LOT of plant material to get the energy they need. They spend more time eating than doing anything else! You might think the customers here are only small animals, who don't need to eat very much. Think again! Some of Earth's largest animals are herbivores. Just check out the moose at the counter! Which herbivores can you name other than those you see here?
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zeinab homsi
04-03-2006
05:20 AM ET (US)
   Just Plants, Please
Animals that eat only plants are called herbivores. Deer, grasshoppers and rabbits are all herbivores. There are lots of different plants and lots of different herbivores. Some herbivores eat only part of a plant.

   What's the Buzz?
Honey bees take nectar from flowers for energy. When bees gather nectar, they pick up pollen on their fuzzy bodies. As bees travel from flower to flower gathering nectar, they leave some pollen behind. Pollen left behind pollinates flowers and helps these plants reproduce. Bees have a symbiotic relationship with the flowers they pollinate. A symbiotic relationship is one that benefits both living things; for example, bees get the nectar they need and the flowers
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lena and nawar
04-03-2006
05:20 AM ET (US)
HERBIVORES!
We're still here!!! Jim and Share have finished producing the Seattle Hempfest Documentary Film, Hempfest 'No Prison For Pot'. With major help from Brin Addison, front man for PLAYLAND, we have released the movie in DVD and VHS format. Jim, Share and Vivian have just returned from the Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam where we showed the movie to about 1,000 people at the Melkweg, just before the Cup Awards. Many thanks to the High Times posse for making this possible. Help support Seattle Hempfest and WA NORML and get a copy for yourself, your friends, relatives, neighbors. Check it out at 420warehouse.com.
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أماني أبازيد
04-03-2006
05:18 AM ET (US)
Carnivora is the order of eutherian mammals that includes wolves, dogs, cats, raccoons, bears, weasels, hyaenas, seals, and walruses, to name just a few. Most carnivores are land animals, but an important and highly specialized group of carnivores, the pinnipeds or "fin-feet," have taken up life in the oceans; pinnipeds include seals, sea lions, and walruses. A few other carnivores, such as the sea otter, are also specialized for life in the oceans.


Northern Elephant Seal. Photo by Gerald and Buff Corsi, © 2002 California Academy of Sciences.
   
Human-carnivore relationships are extremely varied. On the one hand, dogs and cats have been domesticated for thousands of years. Many carnivores, such as mink, seal, fox, and bobcat, have long been hunted or ranched for their fur. Other carnivores benefit humans by killing pests such as snakes and rodents, or by consuming carrion. However, the reputation of many large carnivores as predators on man or on livestock — a false or highly exaggerated reputation, in most cases — has been used to justify unrestricted hunting. Hunting and trapping of wild carnivores for fur, and the destruction of habitats around the world have also contributed towards bringing many carnivore species to extinction or to the brink of extinction
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Taghareed JawabraPerson was signed in when posted
04-03-2006
05:18 AM ET (US)
Decomposers and scavengers break down dead plants and animals. They also break down the waste (poop) of other organisms. Decomposers are very important for any ecosystem. If they weren't in the ecosystem, the plants would not get essential nutrients, and dead matter and waste would pile up.

There are two kinds of decomposers, scavengers and decomposers.

 Scavengers are animals that find dead animals or plants and eat them. While they eat them, they break them into small bits. In this simulation, flies, wasps and cockroaches are scavengers. Earthworms are also scavengers, but they only break down plants.
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ruaa abo sarea
04-03-2006
05:16 AM ET (US)
A herbivore is an animal that gets its energy from eating plants, and only plants. Omnivores can also eat parts of plants, but generally only the fruits and vegetables produced by fruit-bearing plants. Many herbivores have special digestive systems that let them digest all kinds of plants, including grasses.

Herbivores need a lot of energy to stay alive. Many of them, like cows and sheep, eat all day long. There should be a lot of plants in your ecosystem to support your herbivores. If you put carnivores or some omnivores in your ecosystem, they'll eat your herbivores, so make sure you have enough herbivores to support them.

Large Herbivores
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HANAN_ iSRA'A / Sarah
04-03-2006
04:55 AM ET (US)
we're glad 'cause to join your website
this is a very nice website it has alot of nice,interesting informations


thank you very much
Edited 04-03-2006 05:08 AM
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راما أحمد أبازيد
04-03-2006
04:26 AM ET (US)
Events of sequel take place on the same planet FMM UV-32. To deliver more exciting hunting experience DinoHunt Corp. opened some new locations with new and some old types of dinosaurs. Also it have changed the rules of hunting. By now, they are as follows:

  At the beginning you are given a credit of 100 points. They allow you to purchase simple weapon and choose an easy-to-hunt creatures. Once you hit them, you earn more points, depending on creature type and artifact usage. Earnig points gives you an opportunity to purchase advanced weapons, artifacts and a licence to hunt more expensive dangerous dinosaurs.
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Taghareed JawabraPerson was signed in when posted
04-03-2006
04:25 AM ET (US)
Decomposers and scavengers break down dead plants and animals. They also break down the waste (poop) of other organisms. Decomposers are very important for any ecosystem. If they weren't in the ecosystem, the plants would not get essential nutrients, and dead matter and waste would pile up.

There are two kinds of decomposers, scavengers and decomposers.

 Scavengers are animals that find dead animals or plants and eat them. While they eat them, they break them into small bits. In this simulation, flies, wasps and cockroaches are scavengers. Earthworms are also scavengers, but they only break down plants.

 

 

Once a scavenger is done, the decomposers take over, and finish the job. Many kinds of decomposers are microscopic, meaning that they can't be seen without a microscope. Others, like fungi, can be seen.
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مجدولين زياد أبازيد
04-03-2006
04:21 AM ET (US)
The carnivores are meat-eaters, although not all carnivores eat meat only - many of them are omnivores, meaning that they eat a variety of foods.
You've heard of the food chain? Well... carnivores are at the top of it. Carnivores eat other animals, which in turn eat plants, which get and store energy from the sun. It's one big circle. The only animals that eat carnivores are bigger carnivores.

Scientists classify carnivores (remember that some of them, like the raccoon, eat all kinds of food) based on the fact that they have teeth made for grasping and tearing and they are very well coordinated, flexible and usually fast.

Carnivores also have a very simple digestive system because meat is easier to break down into energy than vegetable matter.

Let's explore the world of some of our most well-known animals.
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زيد عبد الله ياغيPerson was signed in when posted
04-01-2006
06:32 PM ET (US)
مشاركات قيمة
الله يعطيكم العافية
أرجوا أن تنسخوها وتثبتوها مع لصور إن كانت موجودة
في صفحة مشاركات الطلبة
زيد ياغي منسق المسا قة في المحافظة
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