The population of our planet is increasing year by year, but the number of wild animals, on the contrary, is declining. Humanity affects the extinction of a large number of animal species, by expanding its cities, thereby taking away the natural habitats of the fauna. A very important role is played by the fact that people constantly cut down forests, develop more and more land for sowing, and pollute the atmosphere and water bodies with waste.
The fauna of the African continent is famous for its diversity, only human intervention leads to a change in ecosystems and a decrease in the number of populations. Moreover, hunting and poaching have led many species to be endangered. To preserve the fauna in Africa, the largest national and natural parks, reserves and reserves have been created.
Africa is a huge continent in whose territory there are a large number of natural zones and various ecosystems. To protect the nature of this continent, various states have created a large number of parks in Africa, the density of which is the largest on the planet. Now there are more than 330 parks, where more than 1.1 thousand are under protection.
With an increase in population growth, the number of inhabitants of cities increases, which, in turn, leads to an even greater development of industry. The faster the economy develops, the more people exert pressure on nature: all spheres of the geographic shell of the earth are polluted. Today, fewer and fewer territories remain untouched by man, where wildlife has been preserved.
There are a lot of animals in the rainforests. First of all, these are monkeys. Species of narrow-nosed monkeys live in India and Africa, and wide-nosed in America. Their tail and limbs allow them to expertly climb trees, where they get their livelihood. Mammals Narrow-nosed monkeys Wide-nosed monkeys Tropical predators such as leopards and cougars live in tropical forests.
The northernmost natural area of the planet is the Arctic desert, which is located in the latitudes of the Arctic. The territory here is almost completely covered by glaciers and snow, sometimes fragments of stones are found. Here, most of the time, winter reigns with frosts of -50 degrees Celsius and below. No change of seasons is observed, although a short summer occurs during the polar day, and the temperature in this period reaches zero degrees, without rising above this value.
The bearded agama is a rather unpretentious Australian lizard, which is often recommended for beginners. Due to the unusual color, calm disposition and ease of care, it is very popular today. Not to mention her interesting appearance, which makes one doubt her earthly origin.
Ciliated banana-eater - has long been considered a very rare species of gecko, but is now actively distributed among European breeders. It is very unpretentious in the content and choice of food, so it is often recommended for beginners. In nature, they live on trees, and in captivity they are usually kept in terrariums with many branches of different thicknesses.
Daphnia are small river crustaceans that are widely used in aquarium farming, since they are the universal food for many aquarium inhabitants. These crustaceans naturally live in ponds, but breeding daphnia at home is also possible. Most often, at home, such a type of crayfish is bred as a type of daphnia moin, and it will be discussed further how to breed it at home.
In addition to fish in artificial reservoirs of most aquarists, you can meet other no less colorful inhabitants. And precisely to such magnificent snails Akhatin can be attributed. Description These mollusks are considered one of the largest. So, an adult can reach up to 300 mm in length. They are found, as a rule, only in the subtropics.
Trachemys or yellow-bellied turtles are the most common reptile among animal lovers. People call it a sea turtle, although it lives in fresh water. In pet stores, small turtles attract customers with their unusual coloring, pretty appearance. By purchasing it, people do not know how to care for a sea turtle.
Everyone who breeds fish understands how important a healthy food is for both newborn fry and other fish. And it is this food that is Artemia salina. The use of this food has already been appreciated by a huge number of aquarists around the world. Therefore, in today's article we will talk not only about why these crustaceans are useful, but also how to breed them at home.
Spotted eublefar - leopard gecko won the hearts of the terrumists. Under such an attractive and mysterious name is a lizard that can live not only in nature, but also at home. In narrow circles, it is customary to call it a “leopard,” which is due to the presence of a spotty color. However, in the character you can find a similarity between the spotted gecko and the cat: both can lap up the water with their tongue.
Probably, every aquarist has a desire to decorate his artificial pond with various and original representatives, which include corals for an aquarium. But it is worth noting that their breeding is associated with certain difficulties that an experienced aquarist can not always cope with, not to mention a beginner.
Lizards are scaly reptiles with a long tail and four legs. In fact, there are a lot of species of lizards. For example, there is a separate suborder of legless lizards, which is practically impossible for a specialist to distinguish from snakes. Currently, scientists know more than six thousand species of lizards that live in almost every corner of the planet.
First of all, it is worth noting that recently, in addition to aquarium fish in an artificial pond, quite often you can meet other quite interesting inhabitants. And one of these is the Yemeni chameleon, which will be discussed in today's article. Description This pet is not only quite large in size, but its maintenance and care requires a certain skill from the aquarist.
Quite often, recently in artificial ponds you can see that in addition to fish, other quite intriguing living creatures live in them. And these include dwarf orange crayfish, which, although it came to Europe not so long ago, is already beginning to rapidly gain high popularity among aquarists.
Large crayfish, able to live in home aquariums, are rarely found among lovers of aquarium inhabitants. Recently, however, more and more people prefer unusual options. Many males and females have a calm character, require a minimum of time and attention, are ready to please with bright colors and interesting behavior.
Many people may agree that an iguana who lives at home can be a truly worthy housemate. The most important thing in this situation is an understanding of how care should be, what important criteria it is advisable to take into account. How to choose an iguana? First of all, you need to remember that iguanas are born only in May and June.
Every person’s childhood memory probably contains memories of how a small snail slowly creeps along the walls of the aquarium. Now snails do not seem so unusual to us as it once seemed. Another thing is to see a snail measuring 10 centimeters and weighing about three hundred grams with a luxurious, weighty, beautiful shell.