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The weaver and the widow

Almost all of weaverbirds and 68 species live in Africa. Only few of them live in South Asia, Madagascar and southern Arabia. Many of them are similar to sparrows, but painted bright and colorful. Perhaps, none of the birds had not mastered this art of weaving nests, as weaverbirds. It is “weaving”, even knitting a specific pattern. Fiber, picked at random from plants, bird several times passes via the fingers into a loop and then takes the bill to the end of the “rope” and firmly tighten the loop.

These weaverbirds weave nests of males. Females only finish the interior of the house finished lining spherical “floor” soft materials and under the roof weave “ceiling” —apparently, additional protection (insulation) from the tropical sun. Each male weaves the nest for several females, and then leaves them, giving themselves to sit and feed in a cozy house offspring. Living in the savannas of the weaverbirds nests in trees in large colonies — up to a hundred nests on a single acacia or baobab tree.’ Each hanging on the end of the branch, and from a distance they all look like large fruits. Continue reading

The most unusual Pets

If you have been thinking which one of Pets to have a parrot, cat or dog, think carefully. Perhaps you will satisfy the most unusual Pets from around the world?

Here is the list who prefer to have at home people from different countries.

Imagine a giant rat with a fluffy fur, the size of a small dog. Such an animal called a wombat . and with pleasure keep in your own home Australians. Wombats are very attached to their owners, constantly chasing their tail. However, it is worth to mention one significant drawback, if you are going to buy at the nearest pet market wombat: at night these marsupials behaving restlessly, digging holes, and can’t sleep.

Americans love insects. Especially those who are not immediately able to detect the curious guests. For example, the giant walking stick is ideal for this role. It is not much different from conventional branches, the length of the insect is 10-15 centimeters. It’s hard to believe, but the stick insects recognize their owners and are well versed in the house. Continue reading

Exotic Pets

However, if You -happy owner of a turtle . leave the illusions — her boss is absolutely not interested. Her are only interested in the dandelions You plucked for her from the lawn. Once the turtles were exotic, now valued mainly for its ruggedness. To date, the most affordable and easy to content exotic animal is a Madagascar cockroach . This cockroach reaches 10 centimetres in length. If you poke it with a stick, will Express their displeasure with a loud hiss. This native of Madagascar is particularly popular among young people. They drop giants on the table to bad teachers. It is unknown who was more frightened — the teacher or the cockroach the poor cockroach. They say the normal cockroaches do not cherish family affection for their fellow man. Quite the contrary — they quickly leave the apartment, after learning about his appearance. Honestly, the Madagascar cockroach is an animal lover.

Those who like animals, touching to a shriek, employees of pet stores advise you to purchase a chinchilla . Chinchilla — furred creature with shiny round eyes and a fluffy tail. Very sociable and curious rodent. Unlike his fellow hamster, had a genuine sympathy for the man. Continue reading

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