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10 very rare dog breeds

Decided to make a list of 10 very rare dog breeds in the World. Some breeds of dogs it is impossible to meet on the street or at a dog show, and can only be seen in the Photo or in zoos, so they are rare.

Very old miniature dog breed, originally from Scotland. These little shaggy dogs barely reach the weight of 10 kg, and the height at the withers 20 cm But despite their mini size, this dog is brave and loyal. In the formation of the breed took part ancient Scottish Terriers, Bedlington and taxes. Unfortunately, this breed is on the verge of degeneration and even in their homeland these individuals not so much, so I made it to the list, as one of the very rare breeds of dogs.

A very ancient native breed of dogs, the first mention of it date back to 1267. Officially a water dog was registered in 1938 in Portugal, and quickly gained popularity. However, by the end of the 20th century, the breed almost ceased to exist as a species. Breed of dogs along with the owners emigrated to the countries: America, Europe, where at the moment the officially registered just over 600 individuals. All owners of Portuguese water dogs say that the dog is extremely friendly, playful, loves to swim, justifying its name, great bird hunters and swimmers. Very well saidanything about these dogs one of the breeders of this breed of Marilyn Rimmer. “These dogs are real clowns, they won’t be bored!” Continue reading

Unusual Pets Kenyans

Hyenas in Africa began to tame since time immemorial. They are easily domashniaya, it is teachable and, most importantly, loyal to the owner. And betrayed no worse than dogs, and maybe better. With them go hunting and as a formidable guard.

On some sites of ancient people found bones of hyenas many times more than the bones of other animals. Homemade hyenas are well known from the history of Ancient Egypt. In General, the Egyptians tried to domesticate many animals for hunting with them for keeping as exotic decoration or just for food. The hyena, probably, has not passed none of the IFI. On papyri from Egypt there are images of hunting with hounds on the hyena, hunting with hyenas on a Gazelle, there are scenes of domestic feeding hyenas until enforced (like now, for example, by force feeding geese to obtain an enlarged liver). In principle, the hyena has adapted to long periods of hunger, but if food tucks, she can eat a lot. Continue reading

The ranking of the most intelligent animals of our planet

Often people underestimate the intellectual ability of our smaller brethren. However, various experiments and tests have proved that animals can surprise us, and how!

We offer to your attention the top ten most intelligent animals:

10. Rat

It’s no secret that the rat often settles next to the man, and decorative appearance of rats is a fairly common view of pet. Decorative rat different from its wild relative: very smart and funny, and was not averse to play.

In different experiments revealed that one of the most amazing abilities of rats – is the ability to accurately and quickly find the shortest path to the goal.

And according to recent studies, the brown rat in the course of their intellectual abilities that were previously considered the prerogative of man. It is not surprising that the rat was one of the deeply revered animals in Ancient China.

9. Octopus

One of the most intelligent and still not fully studied animal is an octopus. Continue reading

Wild and domestic ferrets
Ferrets, along with Minks, weasels and weasels belong to the genus Mustela of the weasel family. There are three types of ferrets: Prairie, Blackfeet, forest. Or light steppe ferret (Mustela…

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Getting a pet and who to choose?
Children dream, a huge pain for the parents and just craving for nature is a pet. Probably each of us with a sinking heart was waiting for a child to…

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Top 10 most intelligent dog breeds
Dogs are truly man's friends, who are able not only to faithfully look in eyes and wagging tail, but also to work, to entertain and even to share joy and…

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