Thursday, February 9, 2017

Arctic Animals...
Arctic Animals
The Arctic is a polar region situated in the most northerly region of the planet. It is an area which is made up of several different countries including the US, Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Scandinavia and Russia. This is a place which is extremely hostile in terms of its climate with an ocean covered... 
Spots versus Stripes...
Spots versus Stripes
Image Source For years the fashion industry has been obsessed by spots and stripes. With inspiration for these patterns taken no doubt from nature; fashionable black and white stripes from the zebra for example, and spots from the coat of the leopard. In fact, there are examples of spots and stripes... 
Sanctuary in Congo As the Last Hope for ...
Sanctuary in Congo As the Last Hope for the Bonobos
There is about 5000 Bonobos remaining on this planet. Lola Ya Bonobo alias Paradise for Bonobos in Lingala (language of Kinshasa) is a sanctuary in Congo where can live without being afraid to be hunted. Bonobos in wild are usually hunted for meat, infants are selled on a black market. Sanctuary is a... 
Ice Melt Down Influence on Young Polar B...
Ice Melt Down Influence on Young Polar Bears Survival
Accelerating arctic ice melt down has not only impact on the raising of global watter level and flooding shelf areas and cities but has impact on species living on the ice too. One of this species is polar bear. Based on study, polar bears have to swim much longer distances to reach a stable ground.... 
Social Structure Habits of Wild Lions...
Social Structure Habits of Wild Lions
Social structure of wild lions is much more complex than other cats. Lions, Panthera leo, live in Africa and in Asia. Lifetime of lions in the wild is about 10 to 14 years. Male lions usually live no more than 10 years because of constant fighting with other males. By rolling over on his back a male... 
Canada Goose from the Family of Big Wate...
Canada Goose from the Family of Big Waterbirds
Canada Goose or Geese is a really big waterbird. We can find it near lakes and rivers, yards and parks. The goose has a black head with white cheeks and a long black neck. She is feeding by dabbling into the water. The diet includes green vegetation and grains. What so special on Canada Geese is its... 
Sumatran Tiger Isolation on the Indonesi...
Sumatran Tiger Isolation on the Indonesian Island
Based on DNA analysis, the Sumatran tigers have been isolated from the rest of its species for about 12000-6000 years ago on the Indonesian Sumatra island caused by warming and separating the island. Because of deforestation and killing, the number of Sumatran tigers is consistently dropping. The total... 
Playing Hide and Seek with the Squirrel...
Playing Hide and Seek with the Squirrel
Squirrels knowns absolutely everybody. They are small, fast and have a good climbing technique. There is about 200 squirrel species in the world. Squirrels are part of rodents family and have four front teeth that never stop growing. There are three types of squirrels out there. Tree squirrels are the... 
Droplets of Water Versus Insects...
Droplets of Water Versus Insects
While the night covers the forest, many things can happen. For insects, like for humans, it is time for sleep. But droplets of water do not know any sleep. They are simply falling down. These pictures were taken by physiotherapist Miroslaw Swietek at around 3 am at night, in a forest near his home. This... 

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