Astronostus Ocellatus grow very rapidly, as much as 3 cm per month if well fed, sometimes more. They tend to slow down at 18-20 cm, but will eventually reach 30 cm. Stories of 40 cm, although rare, are not impossible. Continue reading Oscra – Astronostus ocellatus fish
The mammals are the best known group of vertebrates, which give birth to live young and feed them with the milk produced by their mammary glands. They are easily adaptable to any environment and they adjust their behavior to ever-changing circumstances. Continue reading The mammals
The Chinese Crested Dog is one of the rarest hairless dog breeds. However, it is not an unknown breed; on the contrary, it is in fact a highly appreciated breed, both in dog shows, and as a pet. Continue reading The chinese crested dog
The Aplysiomorpha is commonly known as Sea hare, due to its rounded shape and the sensory appendix on top of its head (called rhinophores) which resembles the ears of a hare. The Sea hare is a type of sea slug, but it is generally larger than slugs, reaching up to 20 cm in length. Continue reading The mating ritual of Sea hares
Rosella Parrot is a gorgeous species of parrot, the plumage of which offers an incredible spectacle of colors. It could easily be nicknamed “rainbow parrot.” Continue reading Rosella Parrot
The state of its coat will tell you whether it is time to trim your dog’s hair or not. A tangled coat will maintain heat and humidity, causing skin redness, irritation and unpleasant odor. You dog’s coat needs to be thoroughly brushed as frequently as possible in order to prevent tangling, skin conditions and discomfort. Continue reading When should you trim your dog’s hair?
Fear of snakes is more than just a fobia, as deadly snakes are a reality. Their living environment comprises both land and ocean. The sea snake has evolved from the Australian land snake and it is a close relative of the Cobra. Continue reading The World’s Most Dangerous Snakes
The Jako Parrot (the African Grey Parrot) is endowed with surprising beauty and intelligence. Highly appreciated for his ability to learn and reproduce sounds, as well as words, the Jako is considered the most talkative cage bird. Being very friendly, the Jako can easily make parrot lovers of all ages like it. It was named Jako by the Portuguese sailors. Continue reading Zhako parrot