The rooster, aka the cockerel or cock, can be found in Myanmar. You may find it flocked around some seeds or giving you a dose of the old-fashioned alarm clock. The word “rooster” originated in the U.S. and is used mostly in North America. Roosters are basically male chickens, with male chickens less than a year old being called cockerels.
The title sucks, I know. Just don’t judge it because I hate thinking up titles.
I’m going to be explaining how sly a cat can get. The “felis catus”(weird scientific name for cat)’s mysteries will be unlocked if you continue reading this blog.
I am a street dog who loves to play around in the streets. Both of my parents died because of car accidents. I don’t know where my siblings are. I hope they are having a good time and have found owners.
I am a lonely street dog. Now I am used to it.
Are you into wildlife? Because I’m quite fawn of you, my deer. Would you mind reading this deer-ly written blog post about a deer? I’m sure you’ll have fawn. Continue reading
Having been born in Yangon, I live in Yangon, go to school in Yangon and I sleep in Yangon. My name is Ricky and my life is full of normal and weird facts. I’m addicted to soccer and my mind is literally out of this world.
Ever since joining Thalun School, my life has changed and I am now in a completely new environment. I am happy to share my story with you. Continue reading
Hi. I’m JuliaSuSanYarTun and I go by both names; Julia and Susan. However, I prefer ‘Julia’.
It’s known for its intelligence and adaptability, its ability to destroy perfectly good crops and of course their loud annoying “CAW.” The crow is the complete opposite of being endangered. It is really REALLY common where I live and can be found pretty much anywhere in Yangon. Continue reading