Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Aardwolf Facts and Images 2013


AardwolfAlthough the aardwolf (Proteles crisata) is a type of hyena, it is so different in size, appearance and behavior it is really quite unique.
Aardwolves are only found in two populations in southern and eastern Africa. At only about three feet long and weighing less than 30lbs they are much smaller than other hyenas and are only slightly larger than foxes. A slender muzzle and sharper ears than other hyenas further differentiates the aardwolf in appearance.
Much like the aardvark it’s partially named after, the aardwolf feeds almost exclusively on insects; specifically the termites that are native to its home range. With its specialized tongue and teeth, the aardwolf is capable of eating up to 300,000 termites in a single night. Unlike other hyenas, aardwolves do not scavenge or eat carrion, and will only kill small mammals and birds as a last resort.
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Friday, 25 January 2013

Grizzly Bears Facts & Wallpapers

The Wild Bear is a huge predator that is diverse from dark bears because of a notable protuberance on its bears. Wild bears have curved countenances and long paws concerning the length of a human finger. Their coloration is typically darkish tan yet can fluctuate from extremely light cream to dark. 

The long monitor hairs on their backs and shoulders frequently have white tips and give the bears a "grizzled" presence, subsequently the name "grizzly." The right deductive name for the species is “tan bear,” yet just seaside bears in The 49th state and Canada are pointed to in that capacity, while inland bears and the aforementioned discovered in the more level 48 states are called wild bears.
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Saturday, 19 January 2013

The Eastern Kingbird Wallpapers 2013

The Eastern Kingbird is a large tyrant flycatcher native to North America. Adults are grey-black on the upperparts with light underparts; they have a long black tail with a white end and long pointed wings.
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Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Dowitcher Bird Wallpapers 2013

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Snowy Egret Bird Wallpaper 2013

Bird. Feeding in the shallow areas of ponds and marshes, Snowy Egrets use one foot to stir up the bottom of the water, flushing prey into view. They will also chase schools of fish. A mating pair of snowy egrets cannot recognize each another except at the nest, where the returning egret performs a greeting ritual to avoid being attacked as an intruder. While in flight, the snowy egret holds his or her neck in an “S” curve. In the latter 19th century, their plumes were popularly used on hats. As a result, the birds were hunted until they were nearly extinct. They are now protected and the population has been slowly recovering.
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Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Bee New Wallpapers 2013


There are three kinds of bees in a hive: Queen, Worker and Drone.
Only the Queen in the hive lays eggs. She communicates with her hive with her own special scent called pheromones. The queen will lay around 1,500 eggs per day.
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