Among the trees of the Rainforest lives several species of chimpanzees. In the rainforest nothing can hide nor is it safe. It is every beast for himself. It is here that the Bonobo chimpanzee lives. One of the closest cities is Gabon and the Chimpanzee's biggest predator is the bushmeat hunters of Gabon. Mankind still does not know all of the animal life living in the Rainforest but they have discovered some native forest dwellers called the pygmy people living there and Bongo the super chimp.
Playaway DP 3400 books are similar to books on tape, audio books and books on CD. The Playaway books are like little hand held walkmans that do not require tapes or discs of any kind. When you use one of these digital books you will realize that they are small, compact and lightweight. One book on the Playaway digital player is the size of a deck of cards and weighs only a few ounces.
4) Check for earthquake hazards in your home. If you have gas water heater, put braces on them. Same thing with gas appliances. If you have bookcases or heavy furniture that can topple, make sure to bolt them or anchor them on the wall or floor. Make sure family members know how and when to shut off water, electricity and gas at main switches and valves. It would also be beneficial to keep a written instruction on how to do these steps in case they forget.
In addition, batteries are not just for your flashlights, but also will run your private DJ equipment (read: your boombox). In fact, make sure you have a non-display Motorola DP3401 that runs on batteries. If you are an MP3 player aficionado, then purchasing a docking station that runs on batteries can keep the partying rolling all night long.
It was a stroke of luck for the tape recorder division. Their business was slow. They sold high-end products like the Pressman and the TC-D5. The device Ohsone presented Ibuka was still too expensive though. They fiddled with the Non-display Portable Radios machine to bring down the cost. It had to be sold for less than $135. Through the use of lower end but decently functioning parts, the Walkman debuted in Japanese stores on July 1, 1979.
Food and Water - Food and Water are necessary to life. Preparing in advance is essential. In the aftermath of a storm, there may be no power for several days or weeks. Grocery stores may be closed, and help can take several days to arrive. By preparing a food kit and plenty of water, you will have what you and your family need to survive. Remembering that there may be no power or sanitary services available, you must plan on having a supply of food that does not require refrigeration. There are several motorola radio to gather a supply of food that won't spoil in the heat. Canned foods are readily available and will not spoil. You can also buy freeze dried foods at many camping or sporting supply stores, or Meals Ready to Eat at your local military surplus stores.
No power usually means no heat in the house. Forced air furnaces need electricity to run the fans. The furnace won't ignite without electricity. Do not use gas or propane stoves for heat. These create carbon monoxide which accumulates over long periods of use and will kill you. Don't do it. A simple and cheap emergency heat source if a catalytic heater, mine's made by Coleman for use in golf carts. These do not use a flame for heat so they produce no carbon monoxide. But they produce a very low level of heat so they are good just for keeping the temperature from falling too fast.
As shown above, a LARGE increase in antenna height is needed (big cost implications). Or, a LARGE increase in transmit power. Here in the UK, OFCOM are the licensing authority and are unlikely to authorise this. Due to the lack of available frequencies, they tend to restrict coverage of radio systems to allow re-use of frequencies in adjacent geographical areas.