Have you ever walked on a beach and found it hard to walk without stepping on trash? More important how do you think Green Sea turtles are supposed to get to their nest if they can't crawl over the trash? Green Sea Turtles have been around longer than some dinosaurs. Most people don't think about this when they decide to leave the beach in a worse way then they found it.
The Beautiful White Pekin Ducks When you think of any duck you would see on a farm, your mind flies to a large, non-colored duck with an orange beak and feet. You may not know it yet, but that is the Pekin duck, commonly known as a domesticated duck. This duck, unlike normal ducks, cannot fly but is still the eighth wonder of the animal world. Pekins’ description The Pekin
Did you know that the Capybara is the largest rodent in the world. The Capybara is a threatened animal. In this essay I will be talk about the Capybaras Characteris, environment, and its diet. Capybaras look very unique.
“The true white horse does not exist”, almost everyone in the Equine world has heard this at one time or another. The reason that a true white horse does not exist, is because of the Overo Lethal White Syndrome or OLWS for short. Although it can be called many names, this is the most common. This syndrome affects horses of the overo gene pool. An overo is a type of white coat pattern that occurs in several breads of horses.
The glow worm or the arachnocampa luminosa is an insect that has a bright green light up tail. The glow worm can live pretty much anywhere on earth that’s not artic. The glow worm is an carnivore so, it eats snails, slugs, or other insects. It has a hard shell to protect it from predators. One of the cons of this insect is it is threatened.
Red-Eyed Leaf Frog The Red-Eyed Leaf Frog or the Red-Eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas) is a medium sized frog that has, as its name implies, brilliantly colored red-eyes. Its body is a lime green, its webbed feet are orange, and it has bright blue and orange flanks. They sleep during the day on leaf bottoms with their legs tucked closely in to hide its bright colors. When disturbed, they use a technique called startle coloration by flashing their bright eyes and flanks, confusing their predators long enough for the leaf frogs to make their getaway.
Coffs Harbour is a relatively small city in Australia, the population of which is 24,581. In terms of longitudinal and latitudinal positioning, the city sits at 30° 18′ 8″ S, 153° 7′ 8″ E. Being a coastal town, this area gets a lot of tourists. The main attractions for those visiting the area include the Big Banana, Solitary Islands, Diggers Beach, Mount Hyland Nature Reserve, Raleigh International Raceway, Frank Partridge VC Military Museum among many more
3. Spermatogenesis, Oogenesis, fertilization and implantation. Spermatogenesis, the origin and development of the sperm cells within the male reproductive organs, the testes. The testes are composed of numerous thin, tightly coiled tubules known as the seminiferous tubules; the sperm cells are produced within the walls of the tubules. Within the walls of the tubules, also,are many randomly scattered cells, called sertoli cells, that function to support and nourish the immature sperm cells by giving them nutrients and blood prodcts.
Chilean sea urchin, Loxechinus albus Introduction: The Chilean Sea urchins Loxechinus albus (Molina, 1782) is an edible echinoderm animal of the family Parechinidae. This species is native to the coasts of Chile and Peru and is considered among the key benthic herbivores in Chilean coastal waters. It is harvested commercially by fishermen and is considered an ingredient in Chilean cuisine. It is also known as “common green sea urchin” and its local name in Chile is “Erizo rojo” which means “red urchin”. They can grow up to 100 mm in diameter or more.
What I learned about Spanish Dancers was that they are nocturnal. So they only come out at night. They can be only one color or they can be different colored with patterns. Some Spanish Dancers can be as big as a loaf of bread. They have a great way to defend themselves.
Common bottlenose dolphins and killer whales are the most well-known types of the dolphin on Earth. Both of them are warm-blooded marine mammals belonging to the Delphinidae family. The scientific name of the common bottlenose dolphin is Tursiops truncatus, which means “dolphinlike”, and the killer whale is Orcinus orca, which means “of the kingdom of the dead”. This name is likely a reference to killer whales’ outstanding hunting skill. In Latin, orca means "large-bellied pot or jar".