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Flying Squirrel

Wildlife

Flying Squirrel The Flying Squirrel is an average-sized rodent which is narrowly linked to the squirrels originated in across grasslands and woodlands around the world. They tend to be faintly bigger in size and shape than the other normal squirrel. They cannot fly in reality, although they can be flying for a extraordinary length of time. Instead of flying, they ...

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Snail

Wildlife

Snail Snail is a general name that is related mainly often to territory of them, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod molluscs. However, the frequent name “snail” is also applied to generally of the elements of the molluscan group Gastropoda that have a curled shell that is big enough for the being to pull back finally into. When the phrase is used in ...

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Bobcat

Wildlife

Bobcat The bobcat is the most frequent wildcat in North America which is named for its short tail. They are average-sized cats and are little bit smaller but appearance is same as their subspecies the lynx. Their furs vary in color from its darkness of light brown to brown fur with stippled or lined spotting in black or dark brown. ...

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Akbash

Wildlife

Akbash The Akbash is a big, white breed of family Dog. They are resident to the mountains and plains of Turkey. The Akbash is a protector Dog and was initially bred by shepherds about 3,000 years ago to generate a white-coloured Dog that could protect their group of Sheep. Although the accurate causes for this particular option in colour are ...

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Spatuletail Hummingbird

wildlife

Spatuletail Hummingbird The wonderful Spatuletail is perhaps the world’s mainly stunning hummingbird. It is a medium-sized green, white and bronze hummingbird beautified with a brilliant turquoise gorget, blue crest feathers and a black line on its white under body. It is the only element of the monotypic genus Loddigesia. It is jeopardized and takes place only in a small area ...

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Dudhsagar Fall

Travel

Dudhsagar Fall Dudhsagar Fall is well known as a Sea of Milk. It is an amazing waterfall situated on the Mandovi River on Goa’s border with Karnataka state. It is four-layered beautiful waterfall which is 46 km from Madgaon railway junction by train and 60 km from Panaji city (capital of Goa) by road. The waterfall is called Dudhsagar because ...

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Comet Moth

The Comet Moth

Comet Moth The Argema mittrei, which is commonly known as the Comet or Moon Moth. It is said to be an endangered species. They can observe themselves in the wild where they belong to. They belong to native of Madagascar. They are world’  largest silk moth and can be bred in custody. The wing span of males are nearly 8 ...

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The Bell bearer leaf-hopper

wildlife

The Bell bearer leaf-hopper The Bell bearer leaf hopper possibly has the oddest thorax amongst all insects. It emerges to be a leaf-hopper bearing a 1950’s modernist statue on its back. This 4mm leaf hopper is belongs to South America (maximum of the images I have got were taken in Brazil) and is a part of the Membracidae species which ...

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Hickory Tussock Moth caterpillar

Hickory Tussock Moth caterpillar

Hickory Tussock Moth caterpillar The caterpillar being decried is the White Hickory Tussock Moth Caterpillar, which is native in Canada from Nova Scotia to Ontario and in the U.S. from the northeast to the south central part of the country. It appears between June and September and munches its way through the leaves of deciduous trees (it prefers nut-bearing trees, ...

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Badger

Badger

Badger Badgers are short-legged omnivores in the family Mustelidae which also includes the otters, polecats, weasels and wolverines. The 11 species of badger are grouped in three subfamilies: Melinae, Mellivorinae and Taxideinae (the American badger). The Asiatic stink badgers of the genus Mydaus were formerly included within Melinae, but recent genetic evidence indicates these are actually members of the skunk ...

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