Animals

Allan on August 29th, 2017

When bears get hungry they come down from the moutains seeking food.  In northern Mexico there have been several such  bear incidents in the past few years. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published August 28th, 2017 on Mexidata.info.

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An aquatic animal known as the vaquita, which only exists in one small area of Mexico, is on the verge of extinction.  In fact, it may be down to about thirty individuals or less. Can it still be saved? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published April 10th, 2017, on Mexidata.

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The vaquita, an aquatic mammal which only exists in one small area of Mexico, is on the verge of extinction.  Can it still be saved? The vaquita, which in Spanish means “little cow,” is a type of porpoise endemic to Mexico. It’s the smallest and rarest type of porpoise.  Its scientific name is Phocoena sinus. For […]

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There’s an election going on in Mexico City, and this time it’s not for the city or national government, but to select a name for a giraffe calf born at Mexico City’s Chapultepec Zoo. The male giraffe calf was born on April 19th, 2015, weighing at birth nearly 50 kilograms (that’s 110 pounds for those […]

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Oxford University is the oldest university in England and in the entire Anglosphere. Oxford University Press is the world’s largest university publisher.    This prestigious publisher has now decreed that the children’s books and schoolbooks it publishes cannot mention pigs or pork products. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, […]

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Allan on April 11th, 2014

My 14-year old son David is a member of the FFA  chapter at our school, and recently showed two pigs at the local and county livestock shows. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published on VDARE.COM on April 11th, 2014.

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Allan on November 5th, 2013

The management of taxation is a difficult thing in any country.  It involves a number of competing interests, trade-offs and compromises. Who do you tax, how do you tax, which sectors are to be taxed?  Is taxation merely a form of government revenue collection or is it also to be used as a method of social engineering?  […]

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Allan on September 9th, 2013

The Creator has blessed Mexico with a great variety of plant and animal life, the country’s collection of flora and fauna being among the most diverse in the world.   It’s estimated that Mexico is home to over 200,000 species, which would account for 10-12% of the entire planet’s biodiversity.  The Ecology Fund puts Mexico in one of the […]

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Allan on May 25th, 2013

The panda is a magnificent creature which fascinates many people and has become a living symbol of wildlife conservation. Despite its size, the Panda is a fragile animal, survival-wise. It’s an endangered species, native to central China.  Most of the world’s zoos don’t have pandas.  Mexico City’s Chapultepec Zoo, however, does have pandas. To read the entire article, […]

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