As reported in regional Prosecutor’s office, the population of wild animals in the area is decreasing at an alarming rate. While most animals die as a result of hunting. The exception are the animals located on the territory of specially protected natural territories and nature reserves. Outside these areas the animals became much less than, for example, 20-30 years ago.
So, according to prosecutors,over the years the marmot population has decreased by 30 thousand individuals, protein – 6.5 thousand, Salonga – on 2 thousand, quail – 9.7 thousand, partridge – three thousand individuals. And in recent years the destruction is more active. So, compared to last year decreased the number of the Siberian ROE deer on 2 thousands of hares – 7 thousand, foxes – on 2 thousand, ferrets – on 2 thousand, ermines – 1,600 individuals, kurupetos – 12 thousand individuals, grouse – 6600 individuals, doves – 20 thousand individuals.
According to prosecutors,outfitters allow numerous violations, including in the light of the animal world.In the area there is an acute shortage of Rangers. By law, there should be more than 700, in fact the Association is registered only 191 huntsman, 143 of which are freelancers, working for free. Continue reading
Dogs live side by side with humans for 10 thousand years. And may we can only guess, who were our very first Pets, so one and a half centuries ago, to look we. In a relatively short period of time some of the rocks under the influence of man has changed beyond recognition.
Bulldog became more dense and chunky: chest became wider, legs shorter and thicker, the muzzle more flattened. On the skin appeared folds. Unfortunately, most modern bulldogs health problems, and they live on average just 6 and a quarter years.
Basset hound became much lower: the rear legs are now shorter, while the ears much lengthened. Muzzle and legs, was shorter, and the skin had more wrinkles.
Boxers now shorter and turned up snout, slightly changed body proportions. Continue reading
These Australian dogs now, catch the wave, but not cats. Australian surfer decided to direct their abilities in an unusual manner – he teaches dogs how to surf. The man is sure that it is not only fun, but also useful for the education of the pet. And brings the animal to the owner. 53-year-old Chris de Aboitiz (Chris de Aboitiz) won awards as a surfer. He now lives in Sydney (Australia) and teaches anyone who wishes to become closer with their Pets – how to surf together. Chris has four dogs, which he took from the shelter, Millie, Frame, Murph and Max. Together they conquer the waves for 10 years.
Chris is confident that surfing with a dog is not just an unusual activity; it helps pet become more attentive and concentrated, and thus learn to more precisely execute the command. “When you surf with dogs, they can look around, but have to sit on the Board and not move, otherwise you’ll slip and you’ll swallow salt water,” explains the athlete. Continue reading