© 2005, PETCO Animal Supplies, Inc. All rights reserved. (0830) 1 of 2 Guinea pigs are social companion animals that require daily interaction. They communicate by making various sounds that have different meanings and "popcorn" or jump in the air when happy.
"THE FORGOTTEN GUINEA PIGS" ad = uufor J 1 PamIN 96-11O 58 AUGUST 1980 U.8. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON: 1980 W-708 0O For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Omfoe Washlngton, D.C. 20402 5 0 2-1 7 1 "THE FORGOTTEN GUINEA PIGS" A REPORT ON HEALTH EFFECTS ...
Review Synthèse D racunculiasis (guinea worm disease), caused by the nematode parasite Dracunculiasis medinensis , is a painful, disabling disease of impoverished, rural villagers in 13 sub-Saharan African countries that do not have access to safe drinking water.
Equatorial Guinea Last Updated: January 2011 Background Equatorial Guinea ’s economy has grown rapidly since the country began exporting oil and
AFS- Guinea fowl are native to Africa. Their name is derived from Guinea, a part of the west coast of Africa. They have been traced back as far
COUNTRY PROFILES GUINEA A Summary of Oil Spill Response Arrangements & Resources Worldwide ©The International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation Limited (ITOPF) 2000.
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UN Peace-building Office Established To assist Guinea-Bissau in its peace-building efforts, including the electoral process, the Secretary-General appointed, on 30 April 1999, Mr. Samuel Nana-Sinkam (Cameroon) as his Representative in Guinea-Bissau and the Head of the United Nations Peace ...
PP82 September 2007 Produced by: Land Protection (Invasive Plants and Animals) Queensland the Smart State Invasive plants and animals Guinea grass Panicum maximum The problem Guinea grass is an example of a useful fodder species that causes problems when growing in the wrong place at the wrong time.
PROPERTY RIGHTS AND ARTISANAL DIAMOND DEVELOPMENT PILOT PROGRAM - GUINEA PROGRESS REPORT (JUNE-SEPTEMBER 2008) GUINEA OCTOBER 2008 This publication was produced for review by the United States Agency for International Development.