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Black bears are Opportunistic Eaters

Posted on January 18 2010 Add Comments
Black bears are North America's most common and familiar bears. They found in swamps and mountains but they live in forests and are excellent tree climbers. Black bears can be blue-black or blue-gray, cinnamon, brown, or even very rarely white. They ... Continue Reading...

Blue Whales: The largest Mammal

Posted on January 11 2010 Add Comments
The blue whale is the biggest mammal, the biggest animal, to ever inhabit the earth. Its body is tapered, long and streamlined with the head making up less than one-fourth of its total body length. Its upper part of the ... Continue Reading...

Cranes birds: The Powerful flyers

Posted on January 6 2010 Add Comments
Cranes are tall birds with long necks, legs and long bills. They resemble egrets and herons in body shape but they tend to have heavier bodies. Cranes are generally gray, brown or white in color; African crowned cranes feature a ... Continue Reading...

Indian black bear are Omnivorous

Posted on December 26 2009 Add Comments
Indian black bear is also known by the names of Tibetan black bear, Asiatic Black Bear, Moon bear and Himalayan black bear. They grow right from the nose to the tail to a length of 4 to 6 feet (approximately). ... Continue Reading...

Eagles are large birds of prey

Posted on December 22 2009 Add Comments
Eagles are known as the large birds of prey and the members of the bird family Accipitridae. They belong to many genera that are not closely related to each other. More than 60 species occur in Africa and Eurasia. Outside ... Continue Reading...

Earthworms: Source of food for various animals

Posted on December 8 2009 Add Comments
More than two thousand species of earthworms have been identified in the world, out of which more than five hundred species of earthworms have been identified in India. The earthworms can be used in composting applying simple procedures either in ... Continue Reading...

Buffalo holds the greatest promise for production

Posted on December 5 2009 Add Comments
The Asian water buffalo, of all the domestic animals, holds the greatest potential and promise for production. Until 1974, the buffalo had been neglected by the authorities when the Agriculture Organization (FAO) and Food first signposted the water buffalo as ... Continue Reading...

Cow: A member of the subfamily Bovinae

Posted on December 3 2009 Add Comments
Cows are the most common type of large domesticated animals. They are a member of the subfamily Bovinae and they are the most widespread species of the genus Bos and they are the classified collectively as Bos primigenius. Cows are ... Continue Reading...

Camels are bad-tempered and obstinate creatures

Posted on December 2 2009 Add Comments
Now-a-days, camels are valued more as thoroughbred racing animals. But in many parts of Asia and Africa today, camels still turn water-wheels; pull ploughs and transport goods and people to market along desert routes. Camels are also raised for its milk ... Continue Reading...

Crabs are Omnivores

Posted on December 1 2009 Add Comments
Crabs have four other pairs of legs and one set of claws. The crab will shed it and later it will grow back, if a predator grabs a leg of a crab. Lined Shore crabs scrape small plants off rocks on ... Continue Reading...