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Cheetah Food Chain
The Asiatic Cheetah is a magnificent animal that derives its name from the Sanskrit word Chitraka meaning ‘the spotted one’. Once found all over South-West Asia, India and her neighbors in the north west, the Asiatic Cheetah is now found only in Iran. However, some rare sightings have also been reported from Pakistan and Afghanistan. Because of this, this predator which was once known as the Indian Cheetah, is now more popularly known as the Iranian Cheetah.
The Asiatic Cheetah prefers to live in dry, semi-desert areas with less Read the rest of this entry »
Monkey Food Chain
Two years ago I was watching a documentary on PBS about monkeys who lived by a river. When they showed how a monkey went about foraging for his food, I felt as if I was watching a big billing recruiter work his magic.
The monkey was looking for insects underneath river rocks. He would pick up a rock, look at it, and put it back if there was no insect. Then another rock. And another. After about a dozen rocks without a juicy insect underneath, he finally found one. He quickly picked at it and ate Read the rest of this entry »
Snake Food Chain
Snake Venom is a special enzyme produced in a special body organ called the glands. It is classified into two types.
Hemotoxic and Neurotoxic. Some snakes can have combination of both types.
It affects the blood and organs, resulting a breakdown or inflammation in the body. It also destroys red blood cells that prevent the blood from clotting causing heavy bleeding. These bites are the most painful as breathing hurts and tissues starts dyeing.
It affects the nervous system. This can lead Read the rest of this entry »
Lion Food Chain
Lions are the most fascinating felines. Did you know that a faction of Lions is called a “Pride”? A pride is ruled by just one single lion that is usually male. He could be quite territorial with all his female mates and of the area which he dominates. If another Lion attempts to control his pride they take on each other in a battle until one dies. The contender who lives takes over the entire pride, assassinating the litter of the former lion and he becomes the sole partner Read the rest of this entry »
Leopard Food Chain
Do you want to make sure that your pet leopard gecko lifespan is maximized and that you get to keep your beloved ornamental pet for a long time? You can if you follow some of these tips and tricks.
How Long is Long?
The longest recorded leopard gecko lifespan was around 20 years. The average is around 15 to 16 years. That is by no means a short time and is great news if you want to keep a pet for extended periods of time. If you can keep your lizard happy and Read the rest of this entry »