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    Baby Snapdragon

    Overview The Baby Snapdragon (Linaria maroccana) that also goes by the its common names the Moroccan toadflax is an annual,...

    Bacterial Leaf Spot

    Bacterial leaf spot and stem rot, caused by Pseudomonas and Xanthomonas bacteria, is a common flower and vegetable disease. Pseudomonas syringae causes a devastating leaf spot and blight...

    Balinese

    Overview In the past, Siamese litters occasionally included a kitten with longer-than-average fur, especially around the ruff and...

    Bankhar (Mongolian Shepherd Dog)

    History & Overview In Mongolia, any shepherd dog is called "khonchnokhoy," or "sheepdog." All of the five national...

    Bar-headed Goose

    The Bar-headed Goose (Anser indicus), previously known as Indian Goose, is a large goose with a striking black-and-white pattern on head and...

    Barbet

    History & Overview The Barbet is a medium-sized, sturdy, intelligent, independent dog. With approximately 300 dogs in the...

    Barn Owl (Tyto alba)

    Long before this worldwide species became the "barn" owl, it nested and took shelter in hollow trees, caves, and burrows. Often it...

    Barred Owl (Strix varia)

    In the daytime, an owl sitting inconspicuously in a tree is frequently mobbed by a noisy flock of scolding small birds, a...

    Basenji (Barkless Dog)

    History & Overview Basenjis are small, elegant-looking, short-haired dogs with erect ears and tightly curled tail. Some people...

    Basset Fauve de Bretagne (Fawn Brittany Basset)

    History & Overview This little basset (12.5 - 15.5 inches at the shoulder) has the same qualities as...

    Basset Hound

    History & Overview Originally bred as a scent hound for areas with dense cover, the Basset Hound is...

    Bavarian Mountain Hound

    History & Overview The Bavarian Mountain Hound, known in his native country as Bayerischer Gebirgsschweisshund, is descended from...

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