October 4, 2017

Bibliography and Image Attributions

Bibliography 

National Day of Anything

“Celebrate Every Day – It’s a Way of Life!” National Day Calendar, 21 Aug. 2017, nationaldaycalendar.com/.

Rubin, Julia. “The Dubious, Brand-Led Surge of Fake National Holidays.” Racked, Racked, 18 Mar. 2015, www.racked.com/2015/3/18/8231685/fake-national-holidays.

Spata, Christopher, and Michelle Stark. “Ever Wonder Where All Those National Food Holidays Come from? The Answer Is Complicated.” Tampa Bay Times, 15 Aug. 2016, www.tampabay.com/things-to-do/food/cooking/ever-wonder-where-all-those-national-food-holidays-come-from-the-answer-is/2289564.

Wallace, Lewis. “Just How Do National Days Get on the Calendar?” Marketplace, NPR, 1 June 2015, www.marketplace.org/2015/06/01/business/ive-always-wondered/just-how-do-national-days-get-calendar.

Squirrel Fact

CLUCAS, B., et al. “Fossils and Phylogeny Uncover the Evolutionary History of a Unique Antipredator Behaviour.” Journal of Evolutionary Biology, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2 Sept. 2010, onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1420-9101.2010.02083.x/abstract.

Vergano, Dan. “Rattlesnake Perfume a Longtime Squirrel Safety Measure.” USA Today, Gannett Satellite Information Network, 10 Sept. 2010, content.usatoday.com/communities/sciencefair/post/2010/09/squirrel-rattlesnake-/1#.Wcrs6WhSzrs.

Image Attributions

Rattlesnake
“Portrait of a Rattlesnake” by Jean Beaufort is licensed under CC0 Public Domain

Weasel
“Portrait of a Short Tailed Weasel” by Jean Beaufort is licensed under CC0 Public Domain