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    YAWN! PitBull Sharky in a Swimming Pool with Sunglasses!

    YAWN! PitBull Sharky in a Swimming Pool with Sunglasses!

    by SharkySuperStar (6/12/08) 1,260 views

    My pitbull Shakry enjoying his HOT DAY! I Hope you have a Great Summer! RELAX! And don't forget your SUNGLASSES!!! 8) Interesting Yawning Facts * The average yawn lasts about six seconds. * Your heart rate can rise as much as 30 percent during a yawn. * 55 percent of people will yawn within five minutes of seeing someone else yawn. * Blind people yawn more after hearing an audio tape of people yawning. * Reading about yawning will make you yawn. * Olympic athletes often yawn before competition. A yawn is a reflex of deep inhalation and exhalation of breath. Yawning is associated with tiredness, stress, overwork, lack of stimulation, or boredom. There are many parts of the body that are in action when you yawn. First, your mouth opens and jaw drops, allowing as much air to be taken in as possible. When you inhale, the air taken in is filling your lungs. Your abdominal muscles flex and your diaphragm is pushed down. The air you breath in expands the lungs to capacity and then some of the air is blown back out. *** If you don't cover your mouth while yawning, then the devil will come and steal your soul (Estonia). The Ancient Greeks believed that yawning was not a sign of boredom, but that a person's soul was trying to escape from its body, so that it may rest with the gods in the skies.

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    Chicks with Chicks - 01:28

    Chicks with Chicks - "You're BEAUTiFUL"

    by SharkySuperStar (6/1/08) 2,094 views

    7 new baby chicks hatched this year in May. My girlfriend Jaanika was first one to come visit them! We had very FUN day! PitBull Sharky and cat Max are performing together in their own video. That video will be up soon!!!! Music: James Blunt "You're Beautiful" More Videos: http://www.youtube.com/texasgirly1979

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    PitBull Sleeping by Texas BlueBonnets!

    PitBull Sleeping by Texas BlueBonnets!

    by SharkySuperStar (4/6/08) 1,641 views

    Happy Spring to Everyone! My pitbull Sharky protecting his Texas BlueBonnets in his yard!! ;) PART 2 - and fell asleep!!!! :D The bluebonnet, a name common to several North American species of Lupinus, is the state flower of Texas. They typically grow about 0.3 m (1 ft) tall. The name is possibly derived from the shape of the petals of the flower and their resemblance to the bonnets worn by pioneer women to shield themselves from the sun. Texas A&M University researchers were successful in breeding red and white strains, creating a Texas state flag in bluebonnets for the 1986 Texas Sesquicentennial. On March 7, 1901, Lupinus subcarnosus (also known as Buffalo clover) became the only species of bluebonnet recognized as the state flower of Texas. However, Lupinus texensis (Texas bluebonnet) emerged as the favorite of most Texans. The flowers' deep blue blossoms can be seen from March through May in many areas of Texas. As a result of this popularity, in 1971 the Texas Legislature made any species of bluebonnet the state flower.

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    PitBull and Texas BlueBonnets! Protecting WildFlowers! ;)

    PitBull and Texas BlueBonnets! Protecting WildFlowers! ;)

    by SharkySuperStar (4/6/08) 886 views

    Happy Spring to Everyone! My pitbull Sharky protecting his Texas BlueBonnets in his yard!! ;) The bluebonnet, a name common to several North American species of Lupinus, is the state flower of Texas. They typically grow about 0.3 m (1 ft) tall. The name is possibly derived from the shape of the petals of the flower and their resemblance to the bonnets worn by pioneer women to shield themselves from the sun. Texas A&M University researchers were successful in breeding red and white strains, creating a Texas state flag in bluebonnets for the 1986 Texas Sesquicentennial. On March 7, 1901, Lupinus subcarnosus (also known as Buffalo clover) became the only species of bluebonnet recognized as the state flower of Texas. However, Lupinus texensis (Texas bluebonnet) emerged as the favorite of most Texans. The flowers' deep blue blossoms can be seen from March through May in many areas of Texas. As a result of this popularity, in 1971 the Texas Legislature made any species of bluebonnet the state flower.

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