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Mindbending Camouflage

Tony Hillsdale was an expert naturalist. He often led tours through the internationally known Markham Forest. “This forest is a biologist’s dream,” explained Tony. “For reasons not yet understood, the animals here are evolving far faster than anywhere else. This … Continue reading

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Back to the Drawing Board

British efforts to produce stealthy military tanks proceeded apace, largely due to Dr. Pradesh. The slender scientist’s creative mind knew no boundaries. He built a reputation for attempting things no one else ever considered. While producing amazing results, Pradesh sometimes … Continue reading

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True Birdwatchers

Jan and Mark wanted see the world’s rarest bird: the Purple-Headed Nutclutch. At the rock where the birds nested Mark said, “You see them?” “Sssh!” hissed a tree. “You’re scaring them!” “Holy crap! A talking tree!” The tree waved a … Continue reading

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