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Tiger shark: A species of Requiem shark

Posted on November 20 2009 Add Comments
The tiger shark is a species of requiem shark and is the only member of the genus Galeocerdo. It has tiger-like markings on a dark back with an off-white underbelly. The tiger shark has a thick and large body with ... Continue Reading...

Spiders: Air-breathing Arthropods

Posted on November 17 2009 Add Comments
Spiders are the insects that are air-breathing arthropods, have eight legs and chelicerae modified into fangs that inject venom. Among all other groups of organisms, they rank seventh in total species diversity. Spiders are found world-wide except for Antarctica, and ... Continue Reading...

Stay away from harmful Mosquitoes

Posted on November 12 2009 Add Comments
The Mosquito cause many dangerous diseases and they infect the new host with these diseases as they move from one person or animal to another. For nutrition, Mosquitoes prey on blood and they feed on many different donors. During the Mosquito ... Continue Reading...

Peacock: The National bird of India

Posted on November 4 2009 Add Comments
The Indian Peafowl is commonly known as the Peacock. They are the large, brightly colored and most recognizable birds in the world that have an unmistakable ornamental train and a distinctive crest. The Indian Peacock is a resident breeder in ... Continue Reading...

Chicken: A domesticated fowl

Posted on October 27 2009 Add Comments
The chicken is called as a domesticated fowl as it is the most common as well as widespread domestic animals. Humans keep chickens as a source of food primarily, they consumes both their eggs and their meat. A chicken can also ... Continue Reading...

Crocodiles are large aquatic Reptiles

Posted on October 26 2009 Add Comments
Crocodiles are large aquatic reptiles. A crocodile is any species that belongs to the family Crocodylidae. This term can also be used to include all members of the order Crocodilia i.e. the true crocodiles, caimans and the alligators and the ... Continue Reading...

Lion: A member of the family Felidae

Posted on October 24 2009 Add Comments
The Lion is the other ‘big cats’ in the genus Panthera. It is the second largest living cat after the tiger. Some male lions exceed 250 kg in weight. Wild lions currently exist in Asia and in Sub-Saharan Africa. The lion ... Continue Reading...

Cockroaches: Well known insects

Posted on October 23 2009 Add Comments
Cockroaches are the insects and this name derives from the Latin name for the insect, Blatta. About 4,000 species of cockroach are in the world, out of which about four species are well known as pests and 30 species are ... Continue Reading...

King Cobra: The longest venomous land snake

Posted on October 22 2009 Add Comments
The king cobra is the largest of the venomous land snakes that grows up to 5.5 meters (18 feet) in length but average about 4 m (13 ft) long. The snake's venom is a neurotoxin which can kill a human ... Continue Reading...

Anaconda – The Biggest Snake in the World

Posted on October 20 2009 Add Comments
Anaconda snake is the biggest and non-venomous snake that found in tropical South America and found mostly in water like the Amazon River. Eunectes murinus, the green or common anaconda is one of the biggest snakes in the world. In the ... Continue Reading...