Across 1. An animal that can bark and used for guarding the household 4. Any of various burrowing animals of the family having long ears and short tails 7. Short-tailed Old World burrowing rodent with large cheek pouches 8. Feline mammal usually having thick soft fur and no ability to roar: domestic cats; wildcats Down 2. Any of numerous agile ruminants related to sheep but having a beard and straight horns 3. A young pig 5. Young sheep 6. Usually brightly coloured zygodactyl tropical birds with short hooked beaks and the ability to mimic sounds 7. Adult female chicken 8. Female of domestic cattle
Wild animals. When a person hears this phrase, it is often shudder. Perhaps he imagines predators, well, or snakes. And someone interested in the topic, to share their information. There are real lovers of wild animals, who understand the importance and necessity of animals in nature. No living creature on our planet is no accident. And because we, the people did not know until the end of life of our smaller brothers. I honestly, in an amicable envy people who love and are engaged in studying animals that save and help animals, if necessary. What is the association you have the phrase "wild animals"? Fear, fright? And can delight and affection. I just remember the case: when I was little, I saw a wild boar in the woods (there anyone can substitute their own, such as: fox, squirrel, wolf or a rabbit) and terribly frightened. Funk is not rescued me want to study wildlife. Man, no matter how how - it's part of nature. If the animal poses a threat to man, then yes, take certain actions, certainly worth it.
1 -Your dog carried off my shoes! - You're crazy! My dog never came home, put on shoes. 2 A guy brought a goat to the exhibition of dogs. - Register of us, please. - Yes this is a goat! - A beard? This is a Giant Schnauzer! - A horn? - And in the privacy of my dog ask 3 After walking the dog man returns home and tells his wife: - I do not know what happened to our Azorim - all the way back and was eager whines, as if to say something. The wife goes out into the hallway, looks at the dog and said: - He wanted to say that he is - a strange dog.
Zebra - wild steppe horse. Zebras grazing in savannas in small herds. The herd consists of a stallion and several mares with foals. Stallions alert for lions, hyenas, leopards, who lie in wait for prey at every step. Observing from afar the predator,> leader-stallion obligingly sniffs and quickly takes the herd away from trouble. On the run swift zebras become nearly invisible: Their band merged with prairie grasses. This often saves the zebras from their pursuers.
Chameleon. Happy chameleon slowly moved through the trees from branch to branch, hunting insects and spiders. With close to one victim at a close distance, the chameleon wraps around the tail end of the branches, watching a live target. Suddenly, he shoots her with his tongue, whose length is almost equal to the length of his body. This shot is of particular accuracy, and language back into the chameleon's mouth, bring the tip to catch prey. All it takes no more than a second.
African lovebird - small parrots with short, rounded tails. Male and female form a pair for life, because they called these lovebird parrot. However, in. nesting period lovebird live in flocks. They feed on seeds, fruits and nuts. They nest in tree hollows. Lovebird clever, curious, easily tamed and always recognize and greet their master