SINCE WE ALWAYS HAVE NEW MEMBERS - HERE ARE THE RULES - YOU CAN ONLY GUESS 1X BEFORE NYACK COMES BACK WITH THE ANSWERS AS TO WHICH LETTERS ARE CORRECT.
HOWEVER IF YOU REALLY THINK YOU KNOW THE ANSWER - YOU CAN GUESS - BUT PLEASE DON'T GUESS UNLESS YOU ARE PRETTY SURE - IT MESSES THINGS UP IF YOU GUESS PART OF IT AND NOT ALL OF IT - THEN I NEVER KNEW WHAT LETTERS TO TAKE OFF ETC. HOPE THAT MAKES SENSE!
Hello everyone- not sure how well the game will go- the latency issue is getting worse and worse- and its always really bad on weekends anyway. Today, it is taking as long as 4 hours for some posts to show up...if at all!
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Hello Nyack - hope it gets better for you!
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Hi, people. I'm having a problem, too. I hope you get this sometime in the next era! May I have an E please, Nyack?
Hello Lynn! Things seem to be getting progressively worse, week after week- instead of better! I dunno...I have alot at home to keep me busy with renovations.. so I just sign off when it gets too fustrating
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R please Nyack.
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Hi, may I have a S please
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D please Nyack
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Good Morning All I went to my Best Friend's Grandaughter's Wedding, and was gone all day yesterday (Fun). I would like to have an U please Thanx, Nyack ) ) )
Kill the ZINC!!!!! In another group they say the latency makes if all the mre fun - I disagree - and latency is the reason I haven't been around much plus the garden, yeard, etc and now spraying for fleas again in the house - better go - but may I have an I first?
Hi Val sending happy faces and hugggss your way ...All that you do is All you can do...special prayers too
HAPPY FACES & HUGS!!!! gotta love that in the mist of it all! lol
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Happy faces and hugs back!!!
P please Nyack.
L please Nyack
SWEET Nyack How about an O please !
Hi, everyone! May I have a G please, Nyack?
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I think it's Saltwater Crocodile
Cher - 3 hours ago - thepetitionsite.com
The saltwater crocodile, Crocodylus porosus, also known as the estuarine or Indo-Pacific crocodile, is the largest of all living reptiles. It is found in suitable habitats from Northern Australia through Southeast Asia to the eastern coast of India.
The saltwater crocodile has a longer muzzle than the mugger crocodile; its length is twice its width at the base. The saltwater crocodile has fewer armor plates on its neck than other crocodilians, and its broad body contrasts with that of most other lean crocodiles, leading to early unverified assumptions the reptile was an alligator.
Newly hatched saltwater crocodiles measure about 25 to 30 centimetres (9.8–12 in) long and weigh an average of 70 grams (2.5 oz). Males reach sexual maturity at around 3.3 metres (11 ft) at around 16 years of age, while females reach sexual maturity at 2.1 metres (6.9 ft) and 12–14 years. An adult male saltwater crocodile's weight is 409 to 1,000 kilograms (900–2,200 lb) and length is normally 4.1 to 5.5 metres (13–18 ft). However, mature males can exceed 6 metres (20 ft) and weigh more than 1,000 kilograms (2,200 lb), and this species is the only extant crocodilian to regularly reach or exceed 4.8 metres (16 ft). Weight can vary enormously based upon the condition and age; older males tend to outweigh younger ones since they maintain prime territories with access to better, more abundant prey. For example, crocodiles at 4.8 metres (16 ft) long have ranged in mass variously from 522 kilograms (1,150 lb) to 1,000 kilograms (2,200 lb). This species has the greatest sexual dimorphism of any modern crocodilian, with the females being much smaller than males. Typical female body lengths range from 2.3 to 3.5 metres (8–11 ft). Mature females kept at the Australia Zoo typically weigh around 100–150 kilograms (220–330 lb). The largest female on record measured about 4.2 metres (14 ft). The mean weight of the species as a whole is roughly 450 kilograms (1,000 lb).
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The largest size saltwater crocodiles can reach is the subject of considerable controversy. The longest crocodile ever measured snout-to-tail and verified was the skin of a dead crocodile, which was 6.2 metres (20 ft) long. As skins tend to shrink slightly after removal from the carcass, this crocodile's living length was estimated at 6.3 metres (21 ft), and it could have weighed more than 1,000 kilograms (2,200 lb). Incomplete remains (the skull of a crocodile shot in Orissa) have been claimed to come from a 7.6-metre (25 ft) crocodile, but scholarly examination suggested a length no greater than 7 metres (23 ft).There have been numerous claims of crocodiles in the 9-metre (30 ft) range: the crocodile shot in the Bay of Bengal in 1840, reported at 10 metres (33 ft); another killed in 1823 at Jalajala on the main island of Luzon in the Philippines reported at 8.2 metres (27 ft); a reported 7.6 metres (25 ft) crocodile was killed in the Hooghly River in the Alipore District of Calcutta. However, examinations of these animals' skulls actually indicated animals ranging from 6 to 6.6 metres (20–21.7 ft).
A crocodile shot in the Queensland in 1957 was reported to be 8.63 metres (28.3 ft) long, but no verified measurements were made and no remains of this crocodile exist. A "replica" of this crocodile has been made as a tourist attraction. Many other unconfirmed reports of crocodiles exceeding 8 metres (28+ ft) have been made but these are highly unlikely.
With recent restoration of saltwater crocodile habitat and reduced poaching, 7-metre (23 ft) crocodiles possibly are alive today.Guinness has accepted a claim of a 7-metre (23 ft), 2,000 kg (4,400 lb) male saltwater crocodile living within Bhitarkanika Park in the state of Orissa, India, although, due to the difficulty of trapping and measuring a very large living crocodile, the accuracy of these dimensions has yet to be verified.
In September 2011 a 6.17 metres (20.2 ft) saltwater crocodile was captured alive in the Philippines, making it one of the largest specimens ever reliably measured snout-to-tail. This specimen, nicknamed "Lolong" and weighing roughly 1,075 kilograms (2,370 lb), was a possible man-eater and is going to be kept alive as an attraction in a local zoo.
Saltwater crocodiles generally spend the tropical wet season in freshwater swamps and rivers, moving downstream to estuaries in the dry season, and sometimes travelling far out to sea. Crocodiles compete fiercely with each other for territory, with dominant males in particular occupying the most eligible stretches of freshwater creeks and streams. Junior crocodiles are thus forced into the more marginal river systems and sometimes into the ocean. This explains the large distribution of the animal (ranging from the east coast of India to northern Australia) as well as its being found in the odd places on occasion (such as the Sea of Japan). Saltwater crocodiles can swim at 15 to 18 miles per hour (6.7 to 8.0 m/s) in short bursts, but when cruising they go at 2 to 3 mph (0.9 to 1.3 m/s).
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Thanks for another great game, Nyack!!
I signed the petition and it says that novice hunters would not be able to kill the crocodile "humanely". Humanely would be to not kill them at all. Trophy Hunters, indeed!!!!
Signed the petition. Thanks Nyack.
Congratulations Lynn. Petition Signed. Thanks Nyack
Congratulations Lynn Noted information and signed petition ,Thanx Nyack
Congratulations Lynn Noted all the info. and signed petiton Nyack ) ) Thanx
Thank you Brenda, Joan, Barb and Barb. lol I really love this game!