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  • Fire toads Fire toads
    The toad has the scientific name Bombina orientalis and is often used to call the Eastern fire toad. This type of toad is usually found only in quiet water like ponds and lakes. The skin under the abdomen is red or orange red with patches & agrav
  • Warm penguins Warm penguins
    It is often thought that penguins live in cold countries like the Antarctic, but there are Humboldt birds that live in warm lands. This bird is named after the name of the Humboldt flow. The scientific name of Humboldt penguin is Spheniscus Humboldt
  • Add 11 species to the dangerous list Add 11 species to the dangerous list
    The world's second-largest species of shark, an Iraqi bird and the only Asian Central Asian deer are among 11 new species listed as endangered, announced Nov. 25. t
  • Lophiomys imhausi porcupine mouse Lophiomys imhausi porcupine mouse
    Porcupines have the scientific name Lophiomys imhausi, they are also known as crested rats or mice with manes. Although it is a mouse, this rodent animal does not look like a mouse at all, because it looks like it from a distance
  • Sex violence threatens female lizards Sex violence threatens female lizards
    There are too many guys surrounded by a disadvantage for female lizards. Scientists have found that excess males will cause lizards to experience violent mating, reducing their ability to survive and reproduce.
  • Stork bag Stork bag
    African Marabou Stork is eaten mainly by scavengers whose scientific name is Leptoptilos crumeniferus. The nest is made on the tree or between the stones, the head and neck only flutter a little pink-colored hair. The side can bulge - looks like
  • Dove love with ears Dove love with ears
    Sexy sounds emanating from male pigeons can make doves enchanting, and the effect is even higher when the girls are watching the poses. Because males often look at the claws and speak at the same time,
  • Monkeys also have dialects Monkeys also have dialects
    Monkeys also have their own voice depending on where they live. This is the first study to confirm that, done by Japanese scientists.
  • Mink Gulô Mink Gulô
    Mink Gulô, the scientific name Gulo gulo is a lonely creature who often finds them hunting alone both day and night. The coat is mostly dark brown, but there is a spot on the forehead
  • Lion on the tree Lion on the tree
    A creature whose scientific name is Leontopithecus rosalia looks superficially a lion but actually inside is just a fairly gentle animal that should be called
  • The bloodthirsty spider species in Africa The bloodthirsty spider species in Africa
    Like the imaginative character Dracula and the real blood-sucking bat, these jumping spiders in eastern Africa also crave human blood.
  • Mice also sing to flirt Mice also sing to flirt
    The mouse may not sing to beg for food, but the mouse sings to please his partner. Researchers at the University of Washington, USA, discovered this when they eavesdropped male mice in the lab.
  • Bees can adjust flight speed Bees can adjust flight speed
    Doctoral student Emily Baird and colleagues at Australia's National University found honey bees have an effective way to maintain flight direction in the air and do not collide with obstacles.
  • A pair of twin red Tamarin monkeys just born A pair of twin red Tamarin monkeys just born
    Berlin's German zoo has just introduced its newly born red-handed Tamarin monkey pair. These two newborn monkeys were born in the zoo on September 17 but have not yet been named.
  • Son male paint rests on parents Son male paint rests on parents
    Like some young men, western painters stay with their parents as they mature. But if their parents are not rich, they don't have abundant food, they will leave.
  • Radio for dogs and cats Radio for dogs and cats
    In Los Angeles, a radio program dedicated to pets is available. 17 hours a day broadcast on radio and can listen 24 / 24h via the website http://www.dogcatradio.com
  • Elephants also visited the corpses of their fellow humans Elephants also visited the corpses of their fellow humans
    Elephants do not bury their corpses like human beings do. However, unlike other animals, they show a particular interest in the corpses of their fellow humans. This is the result of a study that was revealed after a series of strange experiments were carried out
  • Mexico: the ideal residence of monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) Mexico: the ideal residence of monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus)
    The annual movement to the south and the precise response to Mexico's Angangueo forest to find the danaus plexippus 'winter shelter still continues to attract scientists' inquiry.
  • Snail 'negotiate' with semen Snail 'negotiate' with semen
    With snail species, the following result
  • When the male Bats cried to lure the female bats When the male Bats cried to lure the female bats
    Japanese researchers have reported in the journal Nature that, in the tears of the male Bats contain a kind of

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