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Last answer by Dr. Souvik Chatterji 66 months ago +1 votes:
Leopard is much more powerful than Cheetah. In respect of strengh, Leopard can cause more damage than Cheetah. The herds of the two animals also different. Leopards travel in bigger groups. But ofcourse individually a leopard can attack any prey at any time on its own strength. Souvik Chatterji. more
Last answer by Cher Sanchez 77 months ago +2 votes:
It is the Tibetan Antelope.  These shawls were originally very few and it took very skilled artisans to weave the delicate hair (which measured between 9 and 11 micrometres). These factors made Shahtoosh shawls very precious. Shahtoosh are so fine that an average size shawl can be passed through a wedding ring. more
Last answer by Epic Strategist 80 months ago +1 votes:
It depends on the food and water resources available in the area they were born in. Most eagles have a strong drive to go back to the nest where they were born, though they can't, as their parents are usually still nesting in that area. In an ideal world, each mated pair of eagles would have a huge territory of land to themselves, though because food and water sources are scare or poisoned by huma... more
Last answer by Heather Tooley 80 months ago +0 votes:
Hi, Wanda - I've wondered where the other eagle is at as well.  I'm assuming it flies off and takes a break then just crashes somewhere for the night to get away.  I need to research that, but that's the only thing that makes sense because the birds always come back to the nest. - Heather more
Last answer by Steve Serfass 99 months ago +0 votes:
Vick's Salve works pretty good,...but that's camphor oil based, I think that one above had that listed, more
Last answer by Member 100 months ago +0 votes:
I seriously worry about his intellignce but my Presa Canario, Tito, has a wicked sense of humour. :) more