homepage for the common european squirrel?" ...I hear you
"might as well create a homepage
for aunt Emma's favourite spider who keeps her kitchen free from the
mosquito's""...or for the persisting, poison resistant flee on uncle
are arguments which i do consider earnestly , since even the smallest
being (...for instance a virus)can all of a sudden become
very important in one's personal life!
why bother other fellow humans with one's own personal matter's?
first of all there is an apparent urge to share
inherent to all human beings( and who knows, maybe also to all
animals and other beings?! )
this urge is often beneficial in that it leads to questions,
discussions... in short: communication ...and out of communication
arises the possibility to gain knowledge and a deeper understanding.
(A matter which is believed to be personal, might in reality be a
global issue, since all things existent are related and of equal
noticed that we human beings tend to only consider things as
important, which are part of our individual little universe. Usually
all things beyond this restricted personal universe are spoken of and
are being referred to based on what an individual has learned in
school, through reading and other media's. You may agree that this
kind of knowledge is not profound knowledge gained from personal
experience and reflection; it is simply generalized and may be
incomplete, lacking personal affection and commitment.
and passion paired with the will to understand and find out, will
lead eventually to more profound understanding and perhaps even
wisdom, compared with the rational and unconcerned type of learning.
Or sheer intellectual knowledge lack's the “understanding of
the heart” component: SCIURUS-VULGARIS.COM
committed to publish first
hand experience and insights
related to all about- and for -the
common european squirrel and it's friends
very few people who are directly concerned with
animals of the forest'
issues know- and have become aware of the sad fact that
the squirrel population has dramatically decreased and that the
squirrel is an endangered animal
and is protected by law
in most of the european countries!
common european squirrel is still a relatively poorly known animal:
it is difficult to find complete and in depth studies and information
about it. The aim of SCIURUS-VULGARIS.COM's publishers is to
gradually build and provide a knowledge base about the common
european squirrel, targeting towards completeness. The
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