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TERMITES - any of the cellulose-eating social insects that constitute the order Isoptera. Cellulose in this case refers to wood. Termites have for millions of years been eating the majority of fallen trees, dead trees and rotting trees, from all around the world. It is said that the world would be totally covered in a ten meter pile of rotting timber, if it was not for the Termite.

John Winston Lennon, an icon of idealism, creativity and hope, was born on October 9, 1940 to a dysfunctional, working-class Liverpool family. He was born during an air raid from the German Air Force, in WWII. So pleased that he and his mother had survived, they chose his second name as Winston, after the great war-leader Churchill.

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THE LOUSE - also called the Body Louse -Pediculus Humanus, one of the most common sucking lice, found wherever human beings live. There are two sub-species of the common human louse: Pediculus Humanus Capitis, the Head Louse, and P. Humanus Humanus, the body louse, or cootie. The body louse is an important carrier of epidemic typhus; other louse-borne human diseases are trench fever and relapsing fever

A white waxy, crystalline sterol found throughout the body, especially in fats, blood, nerve tissue, and bile; it is also provided in the diet by foods such as eggs, meat, and butter. A high level of cholesterol in the blood is thought to contribute to atherosclerosis -  hardening of the arteries.

ANTS - any member of the approximately 8,000 species of the insect family Formicidae - order Hymenoptera. Ants occur worldwide but are especially common in hot climates. All ants are social in habit; i.e., they live together in organized colonies, and they range in size from 2 to about 25 millimeters, about 0.08 to 1 inch. Their color is usually yellow, brown, red, or black. A few genera, e.g., Pheidole of North America, have a metallic luster.

Fleas have been around for millions of years - a fossilized flea found in Australia is said to be 200 million years old. It does not differ significantly from today's fleas. Different species can be found from the Arctic Circle to the Arabian deserts - even penguins have fleas which counteract the cold by ensuring that their growth into adulthood coincides with the time when penguins are sitting firmly on their eggs, thereby keeping both fleas and their young in a warm environment!

Mosquito  -  A small flying biting insect that could be described as a type of Fly. It lives worldwide, especially in the tropics. It has long legs and a slender abdomen, Culex Forma. In most species the males feed on plant juices or nectar. The females puncture the skin with a long proboscis, to suck the blood of mammals, quite often transmitting serious diseases, including Malaria, Dengue Fever, Encephalitis and Yellow Fever. The mosquito is not strictly a parasite.

AIDS - Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome, a fatal transmissible disease of the immune system, caused by the Human Immuno-deficiency Virus  - HIV.    Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome was allegedly first recognized in Zaire, in 1976.

MITES - Any of about 20,000 species of tiny arthropod invertebrates belonging to the subclass Acari  - sometimes Acarina, or Acarida, of the class Arachnida.  Mites live in varied habitats: in brackish water, in fresh water, in hot springs, in soil, on plants, and as parasites on and in animals. Parasitic forms may live in the nasal passages, lungs, stomach, or deeper body tissues of animals. Some mites are carriers of human and animal diseases. Plant-feeding mites cause damage by feeding on leaf tissues or by transmitting viral diseases.  Mites are small, often microscopic in size—the smallest being about 0.1 mm (0.004 inch) in length and the largest being about 6 mm (0.25 inch)—and they usually have four pairs of legs. In general, they breathe by means of tracheae, or air tubes; in many species, however, respiration takes place through the skin

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POTTY TRAINING YOUR DOG    When you have got your >8-week old puppy home, we hope that you have prepared the event somewhat before hand. Decide where you are going to keep your dog, as it is a ' Pet ', it MUST be kept inside your home and treated like a member of the family but as a puppy you must confine it to a suitable area that you can keep controlled.



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