Monday, 11 July 2011


buat pertama kali nye aku tulis blog nie mcm diary..
sebab aku excited gler...
hari ni aku dpt sugar glider!!!!!!!!!!
cute gler kot!!! namenye OM!!!!!

best taw.!. tapi x abis crite ag...
sugar gliders ni da ade orang punye.. aku sharing je ngn empunye diri...
tapi xpe la skurang nye aku ade!!! korang ade???
dye mmg chumel.. klo korang dapat msti korang x nk lepas punye la...

love ya! buby3!!!

Friday, 8 July 2011

sumpah kami si suami...

Pernikahan atau perkahwinan,
Menyingkap tabir rahsia,
Isteri yang kami nikahi,
Tidaklah semulia Khadijah,
Tidaklah setaqwa Aisyah,
Pun tidak setabah Fatimah,
Justeru, isteri kamu hanyalah wanita akhir zaman,
Yang punya cita-cita menjadi solehah.

Pernikahan atau perkahwinan,
Mengajar kita kewajipan bersama,
Isteri menjadi tanah, dalam pernikahan atau perkahwinan,
Kami langit penaungnya,
Isteri ladang ternakan, kami pemagarnya,
Isteri kiasan ternakan, kami gembalanya,
Isteri adalah murid, kami mursyidnya.

Isteri bagaikan anak kecil tempat bermanjanya,
Saat isteri menjadi madu kami teguklah sepuasnya,
Seketika isteri menjadi racun kamilah penawar bisanya,
Seandainya isteri tulang yang bengkok berhatilah kami meluruskannya.

Pernikahan atau perkahwinan,
Menginsafkan kita perlunya iman dan takwa,
Untuk belajar meniti sabar dan redha Allah S.W.T,
Kerana memiliki isteri yang tidak sehebat mana,
Justeru, kami akan tersentak daripada alpa,
Kami bukanlah Rasulullah S.A.W,
Pun bukanlah Saidina Ali R.A.
Kami suami akhir zaman yang berusaha menjadi soleh.


Friday, 1 July 2011

Chipmunks have an omnivorous diet consisting of grain, nuts, fruit, berries, birds' eggs, small frogs, fungi, worms, insects and on occasions small mammals like young mice. At the beginning of autumn, many species of chipmunk begin to stockpile these goods in their burrows, for winter. Other species make multiple small caches of food. These two kinds of behavior are called larder hoarding and scatter hoarding. Larder hoarders usually live in their nests until spring. Cheek pouches allow chipmunks to carry multiple food items to their burrows for either storage or consumption.

Eastern chipmunks mate in early spring and again in early summer, producing litters of four or five young twice each year. Western chipmunks only breed once a year. The young emerge from the burrow after about six weeks and strike out on their own within the next two weeks.
These small mammals fulfill several important functions in forest ecosystems. Their activities harvesting and hoarding tree seeds play a crucial role in seedling establishment. They consume many different kinds of fungi, including those involved in symbiotic mycorrhizal associations with trees, and are an important vector for dispersal of the spores of subterraneansporocarps (truffles) which have co-evolved with these and other mycophagous mammals and thus lost the ability to disperse their spores through the air.
Chipmunks play an important role as prey for various predatory mammals and birds, but are also opportunistic predators themselves, particularly with regard to bird eggs and nestlings. InOregonMountain Bluebirds (Siala currucoides) have been observed energetically mobbing chipmunks that they see near their nest trees.[citation needed]
Chipmunks construct expansive burrows which can be more than 3.5 m in length with several well-concealed entrances. The sleeping quarters are kept extremely clean as shells and feces are stored in refuse tunnels.

sugar gliders

Sugar gliders can be found all throughout the northern and eastern parts of mainland Australia, as well as the surrounding islands of Tasmania, Papua New Guinea, and Indonesia. They can be found in any forest where there is food supply but are commonly found in forests with eucalyptus trees. They are nocturnal, meaning they sleep in their nests during the day and are active at night. At night, they hunt for insects and small vertebrates and feed on the sweet sap of certain species ofeucalyptusacacia and gum trees. The sugar glider is named for its preference for nectarous foods and its ability to glide through the air, much like a flying squirrel.
When suitable habitats are present, sugar gliders can be seen 1 per 1,000 square meters provided that there are tree hollows available for shelter. They live in groups of up to seven adults, plus the current season's young, all sharing a nest and defending their territory, an example of helping at the nest. A dominant adult male will mark his territory and members of the group with saliva and a scent produced by separate glands on the forehead and chest. Intruders who lack the appropriate scent marking are expelled violently.

For other members of the family Iguanidae, see Iguanidae. For other uses, see Iguana (disambiguation)Iguana is a vegetarian genus of lizard native to tropical areas of Central and South America and the Caribbean. The genus was first described in 1768 by Austrian naturalist Josephus Nicolaus Laurenti in his book Specimen Medicum, Exhibens Synopsin Reptilium Emendatam cum Experimentis circa Venena. Two species are included in the genus Iguana: the Green Iguana, which is widespread throughout its range and a popular pet, and the Lesser Antillean Iguana, which is endemic to the Lesser Antilles and endangered due to habitat destruction.
The word "iguana" is derived from a Spanish form of the original Taino name for the species "Iwana".