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Saturday, June 27, 2009

The Flying Fox

The Flying Fox

The Flying Fox is the largest bat in the world, it can be found in tropical regions of Asia, Indonesia, parts of Australia and the East African Islands. The Flying Fox is more commonly known as the Fruit Bat, but it has many names given to it down through the years by different tribes. The scientific name for this type of bat is Megachiroptera, the first fossil of this Megachiroptera was dated back to 35 million years ago.

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A - Z Wild Animas With Images

A - Z Wild Animas With Images

A list of wild animals from around the world in different types of habitats.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Squirrel Monkey's

Squirrel Monkey's

Squirrel Monkey's are found in the dense forests of Central and South America. They are highly active during the day time and spend most of their time high up in the trees. They rarely come to ground because of the dangers that lay on the ground level such as predators, because of their size they fall prey to most of the carnivores that roam through the forests.

Monday, April 6, 2009

The Giant Panda

Giant Panda

Pandas live on mountain slopes 4000-11000 feet above sea level in Sichuan, Shaaxi, and Gansu Provinces in Central China. They have the lowest territorial area of all bears, this area only spans 1.5 miles. Instead of hibernating they move down slope to shelter themselves from the winds on the high grounds.

Pollution Driving Animals From Their Habitats

Pollution Driving Animals From Their Habitat

The rivers and streams give life to everything that lives near them be it animals or humans. The rivers are under constant attack from pollution due to dumping and farming. Here is a personal account of a place that was ruined by pollution over a 10-15 year period.