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Day 5 -  Make a Doggy Treat

Who's a good dog?
Hey there Curious Kids! It’s the last day of March but definitely not the last day of fun. Today we’re treating our doggy friends. Did you know that petting a dog releases ‘feel-good’ chemicals in our bodies, making us happier? Read on to learn how you can make your furry friend happier in today’s installment of Bust the Boredom!
Show your pooch that you care with this super easy chewy doggy treat!

What you will need:

  • A butternut
  • Vegetable peeler
  • Knife (ask an adult to help you when using sharp objects)
  • Thick, heavy-duty rope

How to make it:

  1. Peel the butternut
  2. Cut into thick ''slices'' (ask an adult to help you)
  3. Bake at 220°C for 2 hours
  4. Wind a rope through the butternut slices and tie it very tightly
  5. Give it to your furry friend to enjoy!

Article: Wild Dogs

Africa’spainted wolves
Did you know that wild dogs are the rarest species of carnivore in South Africa with an estimated population of less than 450? Packs of wild dog once roamed much of the African continent. Today, they have sadly disappeared from most of their former habitats and are basically restricted to conservation areas with the largest populations remaining in southern Africa and the southern part of East Africa. How is it possible that these animals became so endangered?
(This article first appeared in Volume 7.3 of Supernova magazine)
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