Pets and baby
Growing up, our children will know the world. At the same time acquaintance with him can occur outside the walls of his home, which certainly worries parents. Here's a little…

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Why a cat breathes with an open mouth
Like any other mammal, a cat can sometimes use its mouth to get oxygen. This can occur for physiological reasons. For example, in a stuffy room, an open mouth in…

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Wolves and dogs: degree of kinship between wild and domestic animals
Practically any person will answer where the man’s best friends came from - dogs. These pets certainly descended from the wolf, but at what point was their life course divided…

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Cat Breeds: Maine Coon
Maine Coon is one of the most affectionate and friendly cats, despite its decent size. A feature of the Maine Coon is considered a powerful and long body, trot tassels…

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camouflage virtuosos

Jackal family

Perhaps the most distant ancestors of modern wolves were jackals in prehistoric times, in any case, they were much smaller than they are now. These predators are settled mainly in warm places: they are an African animal, one of the most widespread, and live jackals in the arid lands of Asia and in the Middle East. It adapts to the conditions and this little wolf survives much better than all its wonderful relatives. Why are there: he could envy the ability to survive and the crows with rats. The jackal does not kill even the tropical heat of the Sahara desert. Continue reading

Chameleons: camouflage virtuosos

But what kind of animal is it, with which most people are familiar only by hearsay, and not vividly, and about which three things are widely known: it can change the skin color, rotates the eyes in different directions, independently of one another, and shoots the tongue neatly?
The main answer to this question is this: no matter how surprised a human chameleon is, its quality is a consequence of a specialized lifestyle, and the overwhelming number of eight dozen species of chameleons lead a strictly woody life, in the extreme case, a shrub. Only a few permanently live in earthen holes or live among the fallen leaves on the ground. There are cases of finding chameleons even in ant nests, where they penetrate through the wide passages of insects. Continue reading

The red wolf is an endangered animal
This species is included in the Red Book of Animals of the World by the International Union for the Protection of Animals. The red wolf lives on the territory of…

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Jackal family
Perhaps the most distant ancestors of modern wolves were jackals in prehistoric times, in any case, they were much smaller than they are now. These predators are settled mainly in…

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