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  • Mexican Walking Fish Mexican Walking Fish
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    Mexican Walking Fish/Scientific Name: Ambystoma Mexicanum

    Axolotl also known as the water monster is a variety of tiger salamander found in the lake Xochimilco in Mexico City. Axolotl is the very rare water lizard in the world of animals. It is carnivorous and has sensibly characteristic internal carnivore structure. Unlike other mammals it has a three chambered heart. They are used in the scientific research due to their ability to regenerate the body parts, large embryos and simplicity in reproduction. They are usually kept as a pet animal in the US, Britain, Australia and Japan. They are capable of living at a temperature of 14 °C to 20 °C. Temperature below 14°C will result in lethargic activity and a lower metabolism. Axolotls become anxious and will be affected by disease that continues for a long time if the temperature is maintained above 24 °C. A single axolotl needs 10 US gallon tank around 150 ml of water. They spend the majority of time at the bottom of water and occasionally rise to the surface to take a quick guzzle of air to fill the lungs. Trout, salmon, pellets, bloodworms, earthworms and wax worms act as a prey to this worlds monster water lizard animal. The axolotls may have an added sense of security if the decoration items such as plastic plants, caves, pipes etc, are added to the aquarium.

  • Camel Spider Camel Spider
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    Camel Spider/

    Camel spiders are also known as sun spider, wind spider and wind scorpion. The camel spider lives mostly in the desert regions. These are not considered as a spider or a Scorpio but it is a solifugae. Camel spiders were first invented in the middle east of Iraq and in the sandy areas of southwest united states and Mexico. Nearly 900 species were discovered. They are mostly seen in the month of spring and summer since they are afraid of cold weather. These are nocturnal creatures. They are capable of running 10 mph and can jump to about 4 feet into the air. They are capable of growing 6 inches long. They dig holes and burrow themselves during the daytime. They are carnivores and feed on a wide variety of animals. They kill their prey with its strong chelicerae. They feed on insects, scorpions, rodents, and lizards. They tend to swollen by overeating and unable to move. Camel spiders are not poisonous and hold no toxin but rely on other possessions.

  • Shark vs Octopus Shark vs Octopus
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    Shark vs Octopus/

    Octopus is a giant and remarkable creature that is more intelligent than any other animals. They are dangerous species that they even kill a shark. Though octopus is a dangerous species they are the shy creatures of the animal world. They always prefer to stay alone even they would join with the other octopus. Dolphins, sharks, groupers, moray eels, seals and Atlantic halibut act as predators to the octopus. Here the giant shark has been led into same tank where the octopus lies. The octopus distracts the shark by squirting out a jet of sepia or ink through its siphon. The sepia is similar in size of the octopus which immediately turns pale as it shoots out the ink. Immediately the octopus with its beak attacks the shark and round the shark with its strong suckers without giving a chance to the shark to escape. It then kills the shark by biting its backbone just behind the head.

  • Deep Sea - luminescent animals Deep Sea - luminescent animals
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    Deep Sea - luminescent animals/

    It is amazing to see that sea creature twinkling in the deep ocean in tremendous darkness. This is because of Bioluminescence, the production and emission of light by the creature. This process is very rare in the land animals but it is very common in the sea world. This luminescent is caused as a result of a chemical reaction in which the chemical energy is converted into light energy. This phenomenon can occur not only in marine animals but also in microorganisms and terrestrial animals in the world. About 90 percent of deep-sea animals exhibit this characteristic. The aquatic animals really shine in deep water which is 600 to 3000 feet down. The light emitted by these animals varies accordingly. Animals like jellyfish, shrimp, squid and fish luminescent their own light. Flashers produce light in response to the mechanical disturbance such as getting accident knock by the boat. These creatures display light in three ways - producing repeated flash of light when swimming, single flash of light and ejecting a luminescent substance into the water. Aquatic animals have sophisticated system with nerves controlling their light. Some have folds of skin that act like tiny curtains. They close the curtains obscure the light, when they lift the curtains the light shine dazzlingly. These organs enable the species to communicate with its own members. The lights are used to signal others about the food or danger or to find the opposite gender.

  • Kangaroo vs Dingo Kangaroo vs Dingo
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    Kangaroo vs Dingo/

    Australian wild dog the dingo is on the prone. Today it hunts alone so probably it may look for a small prey. But it has a large opportunity. A baby kangaroo called Jerry makes the opportunity. It was so big for his mother to carry him and run away. The dingo moves forward towards jerry while the baby kangaroo unaware of this keeps busy grooming away. His mother sees a predator but it is not the dingo it's a tailed eagle flying high in the sky. The mother sense jerry to aside. Neither the mother nor the jerry sees the dingo rushing towards them through the bush. In a moment a young male saw this panic catching and sense them. The mother and jerry get a way to move away. Dingo starts to chase them. The dingoes are no slug when they come to speed. Both groves reached 35 miles per hour. Dingoes have better luck hunting and packs when they are after large kangaroos. The dingo is now back searching for a prey that is not so big and not so fast.

  • Mouse vs Boa Mouse vs Boa
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    Mouse vs Boa/

    This mouse is enjoying in and out of the benefits living in this beautiful tropical forests where food is plentiful and can drink right out of the flower. The mouse enjoys its life without knowing the danger in the place. Of course there is an occasion of the mouse Varian Boa to worry about. The boa has a victim tongue to taste its prey's presence. It also has a mouse trap high on him with no way out. As the Boa approaches to trap the mouse, the mouse is seemed to be doomed. The situation is like how plucky hero can escape from this impossible trap. But the clever mouse spreading its limbs like a parachute it lands on the ground travelling through the edges as if jumping from the six storage building to the earth. No human on the earth could survive after a fall like this. But this mouse was fresh as ever and moved in for the next enjoyment as if the next step is land in a marshal. The snake in turn went for the next mouse hunt.

  • Snake with 2 heads Snake with 2 heads
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    Snake with 2 heads/

    A condition of having more than one head is known as Polycephaly. This means “many heads”. A variation of an animal that has two faces in a single head is known as diprosopus. There are many happenings of multi headed animals. One such animal is the two headed snake. This reptile is very rare and was also recently found in Spain. Two headed snakes are formed typically the same way as the Siamese twins. The developing embryo starts to split into two indistinguishable parts and then later stops leaving the parts to be in a joined position. Both the heads work autonomously. It is so interesting to know that both heads feel hungry at the same time. A regular fight goes on over which head will swallow the prey. A problem arises in the prey captivity. When one head smells the odor of prey on the other head it will attack and attempt to gulp the other head. During the time of prey they would be a highly susceptible to predators. There also arises a high difficulty in deciding which direction to go.

  • Leaf Cutting Atta Ants Leaf Cutting Atta Ants
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    Leaf Cutting Atta Ants/

    Atta ants are worlds fungus growing ants. They are also called Aromyrmex. They usually cut a wide variety of leaves and plant parts for use as a fungal substrate. These ants are an eye catching feature of the Neotropical habitats because their colonies are efficiently organized and have an intense effect on the world. The leaf cutting ants appear to be rust-brown in color and sizes from 1/6" to ½" in length. Only the queen is 1" long. These ants have colonies which are complex social organization. The leaf cutting ants can be considered as highly useful or destructive one according to ones viewpoint. It is primarily considered as an agricultural pest. They are principal herbivores in subtropical and semi tropical regions. These ants hunt in the day time when the temperature is around 45 to 80 deg F, but in summer they entirely hunt only in the night. Leaf cutting animals are typically immobile on cold, wet or cloudy days. Unlike any other group of plant feeding animal they have a great outcome in the world.

  • Rare Odd Couples Rare Odd Couples
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    Rare Odd Couples/

    The hamsters are most of the time eaten by the snakes as their prey. But this incident that took place in a zoo in the Japanese capital at Tokyo is very mysterious. The rodent eating snake named Aochan has developed an unusual friendship with a hamster named Gohan (means meal). This strange friendship has blossomed since the last October when the zookeeper offered gohan to aochan as a meal. However the snake refused to eat the hamster. Gohan was the first hamster offered to the snake as it refused to eat the frozen rats. But the hamster has now become the very close friend of the snake. Both live in the same cage and gohan falls asleep sitting on the top of his friend. The snake is not worried even though the hamster is investigating his coils. This apparent friendship is like a bond with a leg on each side between the predator and the prey. The scientist were puzzled and enthralled with this relationship because the true bond between them seems to have complete and sole form of communication.

  • Very Smart Mathematical Dog Very Smart Mathematical Dog
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    Very Smart Mathematical Dog/

    Dogs are now becoming smarter than the children. They understand and obey the commands of their owners and make them proud and happy. In this pet show a very smart young dog does maths, this seems very odd but this dog is able to perform it without any mistake or confusion. Before doing the maths the dogs needs little warm says his owner. She places his favorite cookie before the dog and commands him. The dog so eager to eat the cookie, obeys his owners command such as WAIT, TURN, and STOP. The intellectual part of this show is that the dog works with number by hitting his toe (front right one). This seemed very odd to the owner but later she suspected that it has some memory power that gives the actual ability to work with the numbers. The dog was capable of answering not only his owners question but it was able to answer the panelist. The panelist fired the question one by one slowly to the dog such as two times three, four plus four, eight minus two and two times four. For each question the dog listened carefully and tapped his feet in the table to the absolute number. What an intelligent one

  • Birth of a baby orangutan Birth of a baby orangutan
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    Birth of a baby orangutan/

    Orangutan means wild man. The orangutans are shaped like small men with their sparse, bushy red fur, hulking bodies and smoothed stomachs. In spite of their wild appearance the mother orangutans care their offspring's protectively and lovingly. The mother orangutan at the time of giving birth to their offspring will crib their baby tightly and give them the care and kisses. The mother orangutans suck their baby heads to eat the placenta and lick the baby to them clean. This act of licking the postpartum is essential for usual physiological growth and starts the absorption. It also helps to lay the foundation for the new born baby HPA axis function. They will not allow observers to look their baby. Prevent the baby from outsiders by protecting them with her arms and moving away. This nurturing and caring attitude of the mother orangutans helps to lower the death rate of their species both in the captivity and in the world.
    Orangutan birth to a baby and their caring of their babies shows the motherly hood even in animals that lack the sixth sense.

  • Kalina Birth Kalina Birth
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    Kalina Birth/

    It is always amazing to see the killer whales. How interesting to see their birth. Here in this video one of the killer whale named Kalina give birth to her fourth calf. Kalian suffered seven hours of labor pain at last gave birth to a 7 foot long, 350 pound baby. The baby killer whale impulsively swam to the surface of the water to breathe its first fresh air. It was an interesting birth as first the calf's head came out first. Usually killer whale deliveries are observed with the tail first. The birth took place in the pool that is part of the theme park multimillion gallon research and breeding facility. The calf began to nurse within hours. Now kalian has four children and one grand child.

  • Giant walking stick insect Giant walking stick insect
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    Giant walking stick insect/

    Megaphasma dentricus is the largest walking stick species in North America. The insect measures about 75mm and 150 mm. The insect takes the appearance of a twig or small branch. The insect is found in red to brown color and in some cases they appear in shades of green color. This insect mainly found in forests and grasslands in the Midwest area. The female walking stick insect lay eggs in a hidden place on the ground in dead or dying leaves and foliage. The eggs will hatch in the spring and the siblings are found to be edible green color. The walking stick insect is found active during the late hours of the day so their movement is not noticeable to any predator. There are about 2500 species in the world. The walking stick insect emits a chemical spray from a gland that could cause temporary blindness and substantial pain. This insect has the capacity to reproduce parthenogenetically (females can clone themselves).
    Walking stick insect resembles as a symbol of relationship between the insect and plant.

  • 27 feet long Anaconda 27 feet long Anaconda
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    27 feet long Anaconda/

    Anacondas are the large and non poisonous snake in the world. They are mainly found in the tropical regions of South America. They are found mostly in waters especially in Amazon River. Anaconda can be seen in many colors like green, yellow etc. here is the video of the world monster anaconda.
    This is the world's gigantic monster anaconda that is 27 feet. This snake has played a cameo role in the first part of anaconda movie in 1990's. This is one of the live anacondas that were used for several video clippings. This anaconda is found in Serpent safari which is located in Gurnee Mills Mall in Gurnee. And it is only snake used for movie from serpent safari.

  • 42 ft biggest snake found 42 ft biggest snake found
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    42 ft biggest snake found/

    Paleontologist from the Toronto University has unveiled the fossils of the world's largest snake which is 42 feet long. The species weight about more than a ton, the snake would have been longer than a bus. The snake is a relative of boa constrictor. The species Titanoboa cerrejonensis was found in the cerrejon region of northern Colombia.
    Studies showed that the Titanoboa would be ball like snake that lived about 16 million years ago. Analyzing the rock where the fossils were found showed that the anaconda habitat the coastal plains of the wet tropical rainforest. And the climate they lived was much hotter than today. Based on the size of the snake the scientist were able to calculate the temperature of the Colombia more than 16 million years ago would be 91 degrees F about 10 degrees warmer than today.

  • Jaguar vs Anaconda Jaguar vs Anaconda
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    Jaguar vs Anaconda/

    Here you can see a straight fight between a 200 pound jaguar and a 300 pound anaconda. The power of the jaguar finally prevails. Every creature in the earth has a strange and varying strategy. The snake also has the same characteristics. At the moment the enemy attacks them they try to seize them in to the water body.
    And most of the creatures see the dangers encircling at least twice. But not the jaguar. He does not care about it since his blood is immune residents. Hence he goes about the giant anaconda.
    In this fight you can see a one bad movement. When the catch of the anaconda appears terrible for the jaguar to breathe. But somehow it removes the bow. Finally here he has got the enemy out to the dry land. Now for all its full strength the anaconda is showing the signs of exhaust and the only step he can take now is to prevent its bony heat. But that seems a matter here since he meets the death. The jaguar has the habit of ignoring the enemy completely once they are death.

  • Cobra vs Lion Cobra vs Lion
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    Cobra vs Lion/

    What an unexpected meet between a lion and the cobra. Both of the stares at each other. What the snake thoughts nobody knows he suddenly splits the poison into the snakes eye. This burns terribly and would blind the lion. The poison would sometimes lead to death. This makes the lion to run away from the cobra.
    What a clever cobra? What a trick it uses to escape from its enemy without even biting or touching them.

  • Octopus human behavior Octopus human behavior
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    Octopus human behavior/

    The really exiting thing about this time is that an animal is considered so simple is now a very very different animal perhaps humans is really doing a complex behavior. In the past it may considered just the preserve of us and for the monkeys and I think it is amazing that this had lot and lot of foams are really doing complicated behaviors including using this form of tools.
    This is an octopus running around collecting cups, sticking them, running along with keeping them underneath its body and then assembling them in perfect amber for protective comforts. So it is planned feature used and it comes as a cost carrying them. And it shows the fantastic examples of complex behaviors as in invertebrates.

  • Bottle opening octopus Bottle opening octopus
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    Bottle opening octopus/

    Many might not know this but an octopus is a most intelligent of all invertebrates. Some are able to show human metric characteristics well others prefer to learn their skills. This eight legged creature at an aquarium in New Zealand has learnt how to open a glass bottles with its tentacles and to eat the tasty snacks inside.
    The octopus named octi was brought to the aquarium 3 months ago by a family who found her in a rock pool. The keepers of the aquarium quickly noticed her friendly nature and her potential to perform advanced tricks. One of the labor in the aquarium said that her unusual abilities were immediately evidenced. He also further said that "She is so friendly. She likes to play with hands and screw driver. We now that the octopus is so intelligent so we now try to play some games with her".

  • The White Lion The White Lion
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    The White Lion/

    The Lion which has the pride saying "The King Forest". In Lions there is a special species called White Lions. The White Lions are more graceful, beautiful, etc., and these white lions are found in the wildlife reserves in South Africa rarely. It has been preserved by the selective breeding in zoos across the world. White Lions are never been common in the wild and it is not a separate subspecies.
    The White Lions are recognized by the public during the period of 1970s when it was narrated by the author Chris McBride in his book named "The White Lions of Timbavati". Th White Lions are considered as divine and their greatest population are in zoos where they are deliberately bred for color. Though the white lion population is unknown, but the survey taken in 2004 says that the strength was 30. White lions are not albino lions, but these lions get their color by a recessive gene known as chinchilla or color inhibitor. Some vary from blonde which is nearer to white, and some are red also.
    As these are highly visible they have distinct disadvantage in nature because this causes a distinct away from their prey and are also easily attracted by the hunters.

  • White Bengal tiger White Bengal tiger
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    White Bengal tiger/

    The White tigers looks very elegant, graceful and beautiful. These are the special species from tiger family with a recessive gene which creates the pale coloration. It also has a generic characteristic which makes the stripes of the tiger pale. These tigers are also known as snow-white or pure white tigers. The white tiger with recessive gene are found very rarely.
    The features of these White tigers are pink nose, grey mottled skin, pink paw pads, white to cream colored fur with black or ash grey, chocolate coloured stripes and ice blue eyes. The White tigers do not constitute a separate subspecies of their own and they can also breed with the orange ones. These are also not albinos. And the resulting offspring will be heterozygous and their fur will be orange. The dark striped white individuals are also know as Royal Bengal or Indian tiger.
    At present we have several hundred white tigers found all over the world, where India has 100 of then and their numbers are also on the increase. These white tigers are very popular in zoos for their colour and they are used for entertainment which show cases exotic animals.

  • Endangered animals Endangered animals
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    Endangered animals/

    Endangered is a term used by the organizations to describe the plants and animals that are in the danger of becoming extinct. This may be caused by the changing environmental parameters. Also endangerment may be duet to deforestation, lack of food and water, etc.
    The IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) calculates the endangered special as 40% with the other species. All the nations in the world have offered many protection laws to protect the animals from becoming extinct. Laws like abolition of hunting, land development restriction, and creating many preserved areas for the animals.
    To promote the environmental conservation many environmental organizations are working together. They have laid thousands of international and national laws in order to protect the extinct animals. . Many breeding programs have been practiced in order to reproduce the endangered animals.
    It is responsibility of each and every person in the world to preserve the floral and fauna life to build an eco friendly world.

  • Red Wolf – The Endangered Animal Red Wolf – The Endangered Animal
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    Red Wolf – The Endangered Animal/

    Red wolf an animal native to the North American canid is now an endangered animal that is becoming extinct. The habitat of red wolf range from Texas to Florida. Red wolves mostly have their habitat in the temperate deciduous forest.
    Red wolf is reddish in color and can vary from brown to black in color. They have long legs, ears, and a narrow head. They have a strong jaw with sharp teeth with one long canine tooth which is used to tear the flesh. The adult red wolf can range from 45 to 80 pounds. The main characteristic of the red wolf are good eye sight, excellent hearing, and a keen sense of smell.
    Red wolves mostly prey on white tailed deer and raccoon. They also hunt any small animal on the way.
    The current research on red wolves says that there were only 80 red wolves in the early 1990’s scattered in different locations in United States. In 2003 the number increased to 100 and today the number of red wolves has been rising continuously. Though there is a continuous rise this critically endangered animal still some special great assistance to live in the amazing world.

  • Weird Animals Weird Animals
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    Weird Animals/

    Here is a page that contains videos about the world’s weird animals. Here you will find the weird animals like aliens, UFO, ghost and lot of other strange and rare creatures. The most interesting thing is that here you will find Mr. Lonesome George a 100 years old giant tortoise. Enjoy all the videos.

  • Colossal Squid Colossal Squid
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    Colossal Squid/

    Mesonychoteuthis is a cranchiid squid species which found in the deep Antarctic waters. It is considered to be grow extremely larger than the giant squid. It has a swiveling hooks which is even sharp than the razor along with a shearing beak and a powerful fins
    The following information shows some of the interesting details about this species which have been caught since 1981
    1981: First time the 20 feet specimen was found from a deep sea of about 2500 feet by the soviet vessel “Evrica” off Droning Maud Land, Antarctica
    April 2003: In April 2003 more than half grown females are captured in the deep Antarctic waters at a depth of about 2100 feet in the Ross sea. The length of the species is considered to be 16 feet
    June 2005: In 25th June 2005, the 5m length specimen was caught from the South Georgia by the fishing vessel. Unexpectedly the head broken in that squid and the body was taken to London for study
    January 2007: Later in 8th January 2007, the specimen of squid got from the same Rose sea by a fishing vessel. It is estimated that its mantle had a length of about 12-14 feet
    January 2007: In 27th January 2007, the male species was caught and it weighs 450 kg. The operation took two hours to recover the intact specimen. This time also it was caught in the Ross Sea and it is now kept under control in New Zealand for study

  • Do you believe? A Snake bite in Cat Do you believe? A Snake bite in Cat
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    Do you believe? A Snake bite in Cat/

    Reptiles and amphibians are similar in various activities. Though they are distantly related , some distinguishing features can clearly separate the two
    It is impossible for a social harmony between cats and the snakes. Cats should be alone housed or snake alone should be housed. Cats should be protected from snakes
    Larger poisonous snakes can kill the cats easily. The common symptoms of snake byte in cat are dilated pupils, absence of the papillary light reflex, depression and generalized muscle weakness
    Various other findings were vomiting, dyspnoea, hind-limb ataxia and complete flaccid paralysis. In no situation cats can kill the snakes, as the cats have no poisonous venom as that of snakes
    Reptiles like iguanas can have very sharp teeth and are very aggressive. The cat can takes on a large iguana

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