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The Siberian tiger is the largest living cat in the world. It is an animal with a rare grace and beauty. Unfortunately, he is just as rare in the wild so that the majority of these tigers live in zoos. The rare Siberian tiger does not live in Siberia, but in the Amur area, where there is snow most of the year. Since the Siberian tiger must be able to live at temperatures of minus 45 degrees Celsius, he has a denser coat, and longer hair than the other tigers. He is also the only tiger species that has one to five inches thick fat on his flanks and belly which protect him against the extremely low temperatures and icy winds. The Tigers have to eat at least 9-10 kilos of meat daily to survive in this frigid climate. It is estimated that there are approximately between 430 and 500 of these mighty hunters in the wild. The most immediate threat to the survival of Amur tigers is poaching to supply demand for tiger parts for use in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Let it snow!
White tigers, a fantastic beautiful animal ... but where do they come from? White tigers are not a particular species or breed. They do not come from a specific country or region. White tigers are really whims of nature. They happen to be born with a separate colour. They are not albinos because they don’t lack pigment and they do not have the pink albino eyes. White tigers have a very pale skin that is almost white. But the stripes are very dark brown, almost black. The eyes of the white tiger are light and their nose and pads under the legs are pink. They are very rare. Zoos and collectors highly appreciate the possession of such tigers. They were seen in the wild only occasionally.
Geckos are lizards and they are unique among lizards in their vocalizations. Most geckos cannot blink. They have a fixed lens within each iris that enlarges in darkness. They lack eyelids and instead have a transparent membrane, which they lick to clean. Nocturnal species have excellent night vision; their eyes are 350 times more sensitive to light than the human eye.I never use flash and I've never had an external flash unit for a camera.
These flowers are noted for attracting wildlife and are valued for their spicy sweet perfume. They are attractive to bees, butterflies and birds and perfect for cut flower arranging.
The adult Blue-winged Kookaburra, compared to the related Laughing Kookaburra, is smaller, lacks a dark mask, has more blue in the wing, and striking white eye. Immature birds have more prominent brown bars and marks in their plumage, giving a 'dirty' appearance, and their eyes are predominantly brown for the first two years of life. The call has been described as a maniacal cackling or barking.
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The Gloster Canary is regarded by some as the most popular type canary of all. Their pixie like "haircuts" makes them easily recognizable to fanciers all over the world. The Gloster also has a pleasant song, in addition to his good looks. Some who prefer song canaries describe his song as loud and choppy, but others say that it is indeed a quite enjoyable song to listen to. This bird lives in a tropical garden of 2000m² where he can fly around freely with his friends.
Let it be! Live your life as you want it, Be thankful for the life you have, Stop looking at what you don’t have Got no time for haters, Never mind what they say Just live your life, and do it today
The Bateleur eagle is the most famous of the snake eagles. Africa's most colourful eagle and one of the most remarkable of all birds. "Bateleur" is French for "Street Performer" which included performers such as tight-rope walkers. This name implies the bird’s characteristic habit of rocking its wings from side to side when flying, as if catching its balance.