, a Blog about Animals, the Environment and Wildlife Preservation, Publishes New Pages

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Endangered Animals in the Rainforest

Williamsport, PA (PRWEB) May 1, 2011 --, a blog about animals, the environment and wildlife preservation, has released several new blog posts, including “Endangered Animals in the Rainforest,” “Small Animal Rescue,” and “The Most Popular Pets.”

The post “Endangered Animals in the Rainforest” from, discusses the role that rainforests play in regards to the earth’s ecosystem. These mostly tropical rainforests are home to a number of animal and plant species that environmentalists claim are key in helping to sustain the earth and all of its inhabitants. The author asserts that the onslaught of development on these lands could have significant and far-reaching effects.

"When considering adoption of a puppy or kitten, the adoptee is often acting on a brain in the midst of pleasure center overdrive; due to the overwhelming charm of the newborn animal," begins the page "Small Animal Rescue" by In the animal adoption world, this is seen as both good and bad. The author provides potential pet owners with some issues to take into consideration when making an animal a part of the family.

The page, “The Most Popular Pets,” lays out in great detail, the rankings of our most beloved companions. The article, which based its findings on information found in The U.S. Pet Ownership & Demographics Sourcebook, reported that canines split top honors with their feline counterparts. Fish and reptiles made the lists as did a few little creatures that the author was surprised to find.

About was launched in January of 2011 with articles specifically designed for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of

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