wildlife

#Checkout some interesting facts about Siberian Husky!

Siberian Huskies were used for centuries by the Chukchi Tribe, off the eastern Siberian peninsula to pull sleds, herd reindeer and as a watchdog. They were perfect working dogs for the harsh Siberian conditions: hardy, able to integrate into small packs, and quite happy to work for hours on end. The dogs have great stamina and are lightweight.  Native to ...

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#Checkout some instructing things about Bald Eagle!

The bald eagle’s scientific name signifies a sea (halo) eagle (aeetos) with a white (leukos) head. At one time, the word “bald” meant “white,” not hairless. Bald eagles are found throughout most of North America, from Alaska and Canada to northern Mexico. A bald eagle’s lifting power is about 4 pounds.    They do not generally feed on chickens or ...

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OMG! Did you ever heard something about The Blue Dragon (Glaucus atlanticus)!

The Glaucus atlanticus is an animal that belongs to the ocean-dwelling group known as nudibranchs sometimes thought of as an ‘unusual’ groups of molluscs. Molluscs have muscular feet and rhinophores, the term for their tentacles. What is noticeably different about the Blue Glaucus and other nudibranchs compared to many molluscs is that they do not have shells.  The Blue Sea ...

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Raveena Tandon wildlife photographs exbitited in wildlife sanctuaries for social cause!

Joining the Earth Brigade Foundation’s effort to help avert water crisis in wildlife sanctuaries, actor Raveena Tandon Thadani extended her support to Dr Sarita Subramaniam and Dr PV Subramaniam by sharing wildlife photographs from her private collection alongside the works of 75 wildlife photographers in the exhibition titled, H2PHOTO in Mumbai. The proceeds from the sale will go towards installing ...

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#Checkout the The 10 Most Dangerous Animals in the World!

Sharks may star in the bloodiest blockbusters and spiders tend to monopolize the phobia department, but when you get down to the facts, neither of these creatures are even close to being the scariest to stalk the planet. Indeed, there are many ferocious beasts, both large and small, that are downright deadly. Here, the ten most dangerous animals in the ...

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chekout some interesting things about Cone Snail!

The Cone Snail is one of those animals that no one thinks about, but it is as deadly as it gets. Usually, one may not even realize they are handling a Cone Snail because the first thing you see is their beautiful shell. The snail underneath is an afterthought, but a deadly one. Shell collectors end up picking one up ...

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Nuclear weapon testing may help Track Illegal Ivory!

Nuclear weapons testing in the 1950s and 1960s may, at last, have a silver lining, because researchers can now measure radiocarbon levels to tell when animals (including humans) were born and when they died, critical information in helping to track poachers of elephants, hippos, rhinos and other wildlife. “Ivory seizures and illegal trade of animals are on the scale of ...

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Checkout some interesting facts about Elegant Sunbird!

The elegant sunbird is a stunning bird with a green- and blue-capped head, reddish ear cover and neck, an olive back, and a yellow belly. Like other sunbirds, the male of this species is colorful — at least during breeding season — while the female is drab. The elegant sunbird is confined to one small island in Indonesia, where its ...

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DO YOU THINK A SPIDER CAN FLIRT???

Yes, jumping male spiders do flirt with female spiders. “North America” show on discovery channel. I watched few episodes of North America on Discovery channel couple of weeks back… I really found it interesting when I was puzzled ” Do jumping male spiders flirt??? Finally, I got the answer, yes!! they do, For a Male jumping spider flirting with the female spider ...

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A RARE AND EXOTIC WILDLIFE SPECIES THAT CAN BE FOUND IN INDIA

The snow leopard or ounce (Panthera uncia) is a large cat native to the mountain ranges of Central and South Asia. This roving, high altitude cat is rarely sighted and because it is so elusive, accurate population numbers are hard to come by, although estimates range from 450 to 500 individuals for India. checkout some pictures here: HABITAT AND DISTRIBUTION ...

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