Zaxo Community - Statistics Center
Feb 26, 2020, 11:32 am

Zaxo Community

Zaxo Community - Statistics Center

General Statistics

Total Members:
8
Total Posts:
40
Total Topics:
38
Total Categories:
3
Users Online:
20
Most Online:
221 - Jan 22, 2020, 05:38 pm
Online today:
30
Average registrations per day:
0.06
Average posts per day:
0.04
Average topics per day:
0.04
Total Boards:
20
Latest Member:
CialidaH
Average online per day:
23.68
Gender stats:
None: 5

Top 10 Posters

aryan
5
sherko
1
havin
1

Top 10 Topics (by Views)

Gorany Kurdi
2,366
Rudaw-TV
1,816
Videos
1,583
videos
1,563
mosul
1,484
Newzaxo
1,481
Be beautiful
1,449
Chia Madani
1,312
Culture
1,311
M-Shexo
1,242

Top Topic Starters

aryan
32
arvaa
2
sherko
1

Most Time Online

aryan
2d 22h 28m
sherko
1h 16m
havin
35m
taniano16
0m
arvaa
0m
sahmi
0m
LessFexy
0m
CialidaH
0m

Forum History (using forum time offset)

Yearly Summary New Topics New Posts New Members Most Online
* 2020 1 1 1 221
February 2020 0 0 0 52
January 2020 1 1 1 221
* 2019 6 7 10 110
December 2019 5 6 3 91
November 2019 0 0 3 110
October 2019 0 0 1 19
September 2019 0 0 1 17
August 2019 1 1 2 11

Random Topics

aryan
xx Culture
Jul 27, 2019, 02:58 pm
by aryan


Red-legged partridge with scientific name "Alectoris rufa" calls "Kew, kev, Kewk, kev, and kevk" in Kurdish. Red-legged partridge is normally thirteen inches in length, but does not mention either its breadth or weight. The bill, legs, and orbits are red; the irides hazel; chin and throat dull white, surrounded by a black line or streak, which passes from the brow and nostrils to the eyes, behind which it continues, falls down before the auriculars, and meets on the lower part of the neck: a white streak extends from the brow over the eyes towards the hinder part of the neck; the forehead is bluish ash, fading into a rusty chesnut behind, where the feathers are somewhat elongated, and can be erected or depressed at pleasure; the hinder part of the neck is rusty chesnut, formed into a stripe, which falls down towards the shoulders; the rest of the neck is pale ash, inclining to blue, with numerous longish spots  ...
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