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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 of celebrities

Celebrity world differ quite extravagant choice of style (clothes, hair), food, cars and even Pets. Not surprising, because they have States, which means you can afford any of both classic and exotic luxury.

Today we will talk about animals. Many actors and musicians have preferred cats and dogs is not standard Pets. Supercoolpics is some of them.

Reese Witherspoon — donkeys

Many know Reese Witherspoon for her roles in the films “legally Blonde” and “walk the line”, only few people know that Pets this actress is a pair of miniature donkeys named Honky and Thin. These cute and peaceful animals and barnyard on the property of the actress in Los Angeles along with other animals.

Steven Tyler — raccoon

Many people are afraid to have these animals, and very vain, because even though they are pranksters, but at the same time very sweet and affectionate. On one of the shows of David Letterman, Tyler admitted that he has a pet raccoon, which he goes fishing, planting him on his shoulder. Continue reading

Infectious diseases in domestic animals

Timely vaccination of Pets helps control the spread of communicable diseases. In recent years their number has decreased dramatically, but they need to be careful and to have information about the basic signs and symptoms. An infectious disease often difficult to distinguish from non-infectious because of the similarity of symptoms, but at the time to identify them – a matter of life and death. The most common infectious disease among animals is a plague, viral hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvovirus enteritis.

The most common infectious disease among dogs is canine distemper. This is a serious illness that is widespread, despite the abundance of drugs developed to combat it.

The plague can get sick from any animal regardless of age, living conditions, gender. The symptomatic manifestations of the disease are very diverse, as it can develop in various tissues and organs. An infected animal carries the virus and spreads it to all secretions. The spread of the virus is through the air, and the infection of the plague – respiratory infection.

The incubation period generally is on average 5 days. Clinical manifestations depend on degree of defeat of organism Continue reading

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