Tuesday, 26 March 2013

African Wild Dog Facts Images

The African wild Dog's, likewise called the chasing puppy, is a vanishing species in East Africa. Field studies have indicated that the wild pooch is an exceedingly shrewd and social creature. Like most predators, it plays a paramount part in disposing of diseased and feeble creatures, along these lines helping keep up a common adjust and at last enhancing prey species. The stereotype of the wild puppy as a savage butcher is inefficiently being displaced by a less merciless picture. 
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Monday, 25 March 2013

The Littlest Monkey on the Planet is just something like

Local to the rainforests of northern South America, the dwarf marmoset best out at a grown-up weight of pretty nearly 4 ounces! They normally dwell in social gatherings of around the range of 15 parts, which comprise of a mating couple and all their posterity. 

They protect their home zone of less than a plot of land equal to 4840 square yards through calling, pursuing, and uncovering their dissimilar white private parts. 

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Friday, 22 March 2013

Tree Kangaroo - Animal Facts and Photos


Tree kangaroos are found only in the rain forests of Australia, West Papua, and Papua New Guinea. Six of ten species are found in Papua New Guinea, in some of the last undisturbed rain forest habitat in the world.

The Matschie's tree kangaroo (Dendrolagus matschiei) is endemic to the Huon Peninsula on the northeast coast of Papua New Guinea. It is classified by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) 2004 Red List as endangered.

Matschie's tree kangaroos live in mountainous cloud forests at elevations of up to 11,000 feet (3,350 meters). They spend most of their time in trees. Tree kangaroos primarily eat tree leaves. They also consume flowers, grass shoots, ferns, moss, and bark.

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Saturday, 9 March 2013

Beautiful Tapir Animal


TapirTapirs look something like pigs with trunks, but they are actually related to horses and rhinoceroses. This eclectic lineage is an ancient one—and so is the tapir itself. Scientists believe that these animals have changed little over tens of millions of years.

Tapirs have a short prehensile (gripping) trunk, which is really an extended nose and upper lip. They use this trunk to grab branches and clean them of leaves or to help pluck tasty fruit. Tapirs feed each morning and evening. During these hours they follow tunnel-like paths, worn through the heavy brush by many a tapir footstep, to reach water holes and lush feeding grounds. As they roam and defecate they deposit the seeds they have consumed and promote future plant growth.

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