Wildlife and Environment

Why is sanctuaries important part of global habitat?

By: Michael Tobias | Jul 15, 2011 Wildlife sanctuaries are endeavour with an aim to help animals live their natural life safely and in freedom. These sanctuaries are different than animal shelters which place animals in groups.

What is really the mission of Animal Sanctuaries

By: Michael Tobias | Jun 22, 2011 Animal sanctuaries are facilities where animals can live in a safe and protected environment, free of the threat of the outside world. Here, the animals can live the rest of their lives in freedom and safety.

World’s Best Animal Pictures

By: Mary Rose | Mar 12, 2011 Posing photos about animals, especially tiny ones is a difficult job for all photographers because they will spend much time patiently waiting for good chances and taking pictures. A Blue Morpho butterfly sucking nectar from one banana, a seagull flying over the sea at Marazion and a weaver constructing its home are among the world’s best animal pictures.

Most Attractive But Toxic Caterpillars on Earth

By: Mary Rose | Dec 5, 2010 We all like gazing at the fragile beauty of the colorful butterflies or moths when they flutter gracefully through the air. However, it is unbelievable that the origins of these beautiful and colorful creatures are the creepy insects. Therefore, we shouldn’t forget that they may be very harmful for our health. Toxic caterpillars can be found everywhere in our environment such as on some trees in our garden. Some of them often protect themselves with substances that are really bad for us. Here are top ten most beautiful but dangerously toxic caterpillars on earth. These species may attract you because of their graceful appearance, but don’t forget that they may have extremely toxic substances in their bodies.

Getting To Know About Some General Biological Features Of Flies

By: Funom Makama | Aug 4, 2010 There exist species of flies. Broadlywe can divide them into bloodsucking and nonbloodsucking types, and the mouth parts for each are appropriately adapted. The non-blood sucking flies in disease plays the role of mechanical transmission, since their feeding habits bring them in intimate contact with all sorts of flit. We know that bacterial, viral, protozoam, and helminthic agents of disease

Handy Advice To Protect Yourself From Bear Attacks

By: Wendy Ai | Aug 2, 2010 High pressure and stress of work and life have made outdoor picnics in the woods or adventurous journeys become ideal and an increasing trend. However, there are some threats accompanied with those recreational activities that you should keep in mind some prevention. This article will provide you with information about bear attacks and safety kits for injuries which you can use as a safety measure for bear attacks. You should think about choosing bear safety kits if you are having intention of camping in the forest. You can purchase bear sprays or repellents as they are not much difficult to use and you can bring them around.

Penguin's life in short

By: Wendy Ai | Aug 2, 2010 One of the most well-known bird in the world is peguins. A kind of bird that are described as being flightless with a cute and thick coat.The popularity of peguin has been proved among the children's toys, cartoons, games. But not many people know what actually a peguin's life is like.

What Is Real Color Of Sockeye Salmon?

By: Allie Moxley | Jul 29, 2010 Sockeye salmon is really one of the smallest salmon species. Indeed, an adult sockeye salmon can grow up and only maximize its body size with a length of 3 feet and weight of 15 pounds. The small body size does not make this type of salmon less tasty. The fact is that sockeye salmon is one of the most prefered ones that customer wants to order, which makes them a desirable ingredient for both rest

Understanding Fleas and Bugs' Characteristics and Importance

By: Funom Makama | Jul 22, 2010 Flea is the common name for insects of the Order Siphonaptera which are wingless and thus, flightless insects. All Order Siphonaptera exhibit a complete change in form as a result of natural growth process. They are bilaterally compressed and shielded with rigid hairs directed backwardly. The sforceful legs help fleas to jump.

Most dangerous and venomous spiders

By: Mary Rose | Jul 7, 2010 Spiders are known to use venom to kill their prey after they capture it in their web or by other means. Among spider species, venomous spiders along with snakes are paid much attention for their dangerous level. Let’s discover several most dangerous and venomous spiders in the world as follows.
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