Snakes Types And Snakes Facts

Are you a fan of snakes, and these animals or have another person who does not like the unusual animals? If so then this is a short story for you all because this is a story for all those people who love snakes and that is not afraid of these animals. Snakes are currently living in the country little more than 80 thousand years.

They once fought with well-known animals like a dinosaur. Snakes are today can be divided into those snakes that live on land and those snakes that can be seen in the water. The land is currently living slightly greater number of these animals compared to those seen on land. It is also interesting to facts every nedejle find a new snake and this is due to the fact that lives in the sea several types of snakes are very rare and seldom seen and are in great depths below 5 thousand meters below the sea surface.

Some snakes live deep in the ocean and never come to land. Therefore, it is really difficult to discover a new kind of snake it was still great people and great mysteries of the ocean because of their width and due to its depth, which in some places can be large and 20 thousand miles. Snakes are the only animals now living on the sea and on land. The most dangerous snakes on the planet live in the sea off the coast of Africa and it is toxic to only one gram of his dangerous toxins that can kill animals 9.

It is so dangerous that if it was bitten people has not yet reported it would cease to breathe for a little less than half an hour if not visited a doctor and get medication and therapy that successfully ruined this matter from his body. Snakes are still very vulnerable and are not allowed to love because they are only 40 years before the planet was something more than 2700 different types of all snakes, but now the number is very reduced. This was a short text about the snakes and we hope that you are here learn more about snakes in this small price.

Source by Bojan Jop

Bird Watching in your Own Backyard

Bird Watching in Your Own Backyard

If you like to watch the playing, fluttering and fanciful nature of birds, watching birds in your own backyard or right outside your window can be a great joy. It’s extraordinary how many different kinds of species you can see. If you think there aren’t very many birds in your yard, there are a few things you can try that will attract them. With bird baths, different bird feeders and a couple of bird houses, you’ll soon have some special visitors.

You’ll find many different bird feeders on the market, and you will find that most of them fall into three different categories. There are hoppers, tray feeders, and tube feeders. Tube bird feeders are cylindrical, with landing places at the holes where the feed comes out. Tube bird feeders are good for various kinds of seed, as long as the opening is big enough for it to fit through. Hopper feeders will attract birds that might be leery of tube and tray feeders. Tray feeders are wonderful for birds that are smaller. If you really don’t care what types of birds visit your backyard, and you would just like to watch and enjoy any bird that shows up, you can purchase a general bird seed. A lot of bird seed can appeal to a number of different varieties of birds, because it’s got a number of seed varieties. If you want a particular kind of bird to come to your backyard, then you want to include a seed or food that appeals to that species.

Bird baths are a great thing to add to your backyard if you want to attract more birds. Birds love wading and splashing in the water, and if it’s kept clean, that’s even better. You can choose from more conventional bird baths, or you could go for something different, like a fountain that’s solar powered. Bird baths with moving water will appeal to wild birds that customarily would not frequent a regular fountain, like humming birds, robins, warblers and thrushes. Birds particularly like moving water, and it easily attracts them. Bird baths also look great as garden accessories. There are those that love bird baths for the fact that they bring the birds very close. This is the perfect chance to take some fantastic photographs, and enjoy the company of the birds.

If you decide to add a birdhouse to your yard, birds could potentially nest in it. Not only will they frequent now and again, but if it’s safe and secure, they might choose it as the place to lay and hatch their eggs. What a delight this would be because you could get a peek at the babies every once in a while, or when it is time for them to start flying. Not only is a birdhouse a place the birds will like, but it is a charming yard decoration too. Naturally, there are a variety of sizes, kinds and shapes of birdhouses, and the one you decide on depends on your particular taste.

Implementing these three things easily can make your backyard a little bit more accommodating for birds. There are a couple of other simple things you can add, like fragrant flowers, and crevices and openings so the birds can hide. If they feel safe in your yard, they will stick around. Happy backyard bird watching!

Author’s Bio

Ms. Ellis has written a number of articles related to bird feeders, bird houses, backyard bird watching and is a leading expert specializing in backyard birding. Please visit to read her other highly regarded work on things like various bird feeders, solar bird baths, bird houses and so on.

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Things to Think About Before Acquiring a Rabbit

Rabbits have been popularly kept as pets in Western nations since the 1800s. Rabbit can adjust well to indoor life, and can even be litter box trained. Like all pets, rabbits need a considerable amount of care and attention.

Often people purchase rabbits from a breeder. Many people prefer breeders under suspicion that some pet stores sell cross bred rabbits. Such a breeder who has a litter of young rabbits available for sale can be found in the newspaper classified ads listed under “Pets” or “Livestock.” Some can be found through rabbit breeders’ club publications or through rabbit-related magazines, which often include a breeder listing. With the advent of the Internet, many breeders advertise their stock online.

Finding a local rabbit breeder is generally preferred to shipping rabbits for long distances, as it can be stressful for the animal. Many pet shops nearly always carry smaller breeds of rabbit such as the Netherland dwarf, the Holland lop, and the Mini-Rex. These breeds, although smaller than ‘normal’ rabbits, still live long and healthy lives. A point to note is that often smaller breeds of rabbits are prone to tooth problems such as malocclusion.

Rabbit rescue organizations or a local humane society are increasingly common places to find adult rabbits, who may already be spayed or neutered and docile from handling. Though most rescued rabbits are healthy, some may require special care for health conditions or behavioral problems resulting from prior abuse.

Training and Play

Pet rabbits can be trained to urinate and defecate in a litter box or on a newspaper in a specific corner of a room. The litter box may also be placed inside the rabbit’s cage or the rabbit can be trained to treat the cage itself as the litter box. Litter training becomes much easier once a rabbit is spayed or neutered.

Rabbits cannot learn voice commands like a dog, but can recognize different patterns of the voice. For instance, If a rabbit is disobeying, for example biting, simply make a high pitched noise, or an extremely bass noise and the message will be conveyed. Rabbits can be taught their names, although they recognize the pattern of the noises more then the words. Rabbits are intelligent, and enjoy games and toys.

It is possible to permit a rabbit to run loose in the home if rooms have been rabbit-proofed (i.e. dangerous chewable items such as electric cords are removed from the pet’s reach). Rabbits have a tendency to chew on items in their space, particularly wires, although they can be trained not to chew.

It is important that if a rabbit is allowed to roam in a house that it be impossible for the rabbit to chew or get into dangerous or valuable items. They do not possess the same comprehension as a dog or a cat, and often don’t understand if punished physically; rather they will become scared or confused if some kind of punishment is used, as they do not see the damage they have done. If all this is taken into consideration, rabbits make excellent house pets.


Other rabbits

Unneutered rabbits frequently fight when paired with another rabbit of the same gender. Generally fighting is a result of sexual mounting, which is engaged in by rabbits of both sexes upon other rabbits of either sex; this behavior stresses the rabbit being mounted and can make it aggressive toward its cagemate. Unneutered rabbits of opposite sexes will breed rapidly, so a pet owner should not leave them together, even if they do not fight.

Because of these problems, it used to be preferred to keep rabbits caged individually. However, it is becoming common to spay and neuter pet rabbits allowing male and female rabbits to live together. Fighting can result even from pairing altered rabbits. Keeping rabbits in pairs can limit behavioral problems (such as general aggression, biting or withdrawal) which may arise if rabbits are kept single.

Pairs of bonded and desexed rabbits, usually one of each gender to a pair, can often be adopted from animal shelters. These have usually already had all their major expenses taken care of (desexing) and they will rarely fight or harass each other, taking the trouble out of bonding two separate rabbits.

Guinea pigs

Some books recommend keeping rabbits and guinea pigs together to meet their social needs. While some people have seen success with this technique, the current consensus is that rabbits should never be kept in the same cage with guinea pigs. A rabbit can easily harass or injure a guinea pig; this can lead to severe distress or even death for the guinea pig. It may be unintentional or due to being startled, since the rabbit is larger and stronger so can seriously injure a guinea pig. They also have differing nutritional requirements, so it is therefore preferable that rabbits and guinea pigs are fed separately. Guinea pigs require additional Vitamin C in their diets that rabbits don’t. Lack of Vitamin C may lead to scurvy.

Additionally, guinea pigs typically show very little interest in social activities necessary for the rabbit’s well-being, such as grooming; this limits the intended benefit of housing the guinea pig and rabbit together in the first place.

Dogs and cats

It is generally recommended that dogs should never be left alone with rabbits as their predatory instincts (or overenthusiastic play) can lead to the dog attacking the rabbit spontaneously. Cats, on the other hand, can become close and safe potential companions if properly introduced to the rabbit and they are of at least roughly equivalent size. In fact, when the cat is introduced in a home with a resident rabbit, the rabbit sometimes will act aggressively to establish his territory and the cat, which does not have such concerns, will typically cede the point to the resident.

Source by Hagar Lagarto

Cat Affection: Can You Make Your Cat Cuddly?

One of my cats, Cooga, is a Burmese. He is genetically designed to enjoy human company and cuddles. He is an attractive cat and his humans can hardly walk past him without touching him. He usually allows us to cuddle him like a doll…he will relax into our arms and enjoy the attention and warmth, rubbing his head against our faces. Cooga is likely to be cuddly all his life. He is bred that way and we are lucky to have him.

My other cat, Coco, is sweet, but not so cuddly. She enjoys a pat while standing on her own four feet, but detests being held. When we first brought her home from the shelter, she was far more skittish, but now she readily climbs onto our laps while we watch TV.

Can any cat become cuddly? Not all cats have the same interest in human company and affection. Some cats are of such a nervous disposition that they find cuddles too overwhelming.

If it is important to you to have a cuddly cat, it helps to choose carefully, and to know what to look for. Most kittens seem happy to be cuddled, but naturally cuddly kittens seek it out. They will quickly relax into your hands, eager to curl up in your lap, and enjoy face-to-face contact. Kittens that stop playing to show interest in you or who worm their way into your hands, show that they like a lot of contact.

Cuddly adult cats are even easier to spot. Unlike kittens, they might not show immediate trust, but if you look at adult cats in a shelter, the people working there will know the cuddly ones and will be delighted to help one of their favorites find a home, where they can get all the cuddling they need.

Once you have a cuddly cat, you can train it to retain these happy characteristics. With kittens, it is a matter of helping them stay that way, while with adults it’s more a case of letting them relax into it.

Regardless of the cat’s age, the following principles will help you to keep your cat cuddly, or to encourage a reluctant cuddler to enjoy it more:

* Wait for the cat to make the first moves. Let them get used to their new situation, and keep your hand around for them to rub their face on. Then you can move your hand down to their chest or stroke their ears. Full contact hugs are for relationships of great trust. Be patient.

* Know when to swoop in, and when not to. Resist the urge to interrupt¬†your cat’s play or mealtimes. Make your move when the cat is already relaxed and open to your overtures, or comes near you. It’s coercive to demand that a cat stops everything for a cuddle. It is essential to good cuddling to be sensitive to, and respectful of, their moods. You will build trust this way.

* If the cat wants to get down, let it go. If you insist, you are not getting a cuddle, you are making a prisoner out of your cat.

* Cuddling should be fun for both of you, and stay that way. Never turn a cuddle into something else, like a good opportunity for eye medicine or a flea treatment. They will mind, and you will sabotage their trust in cuddling you.

* Keep the moment soft and sweet. Squealing into your cat’s ear about how cute they are, or conversely not saying anything, will send the wrong reinforcement. A soft voice will strengthen your cuddling bond.

* You can begin or end a cuddling session with treats. Mealtimes lead to a full tummy, when cuddling might be uncomfortable, but telling your cat how much you love them with a tasty treat is just another form of closeness.

By using these techniques, you can establish whether your cat can be cuddly, if it is not already. It can take time for trust to build and for a cat to appreciate the pleasures of close contact with you. These are especially good rules to teach children who want to get close to a cat.

This world could do with more respectful cuddling!

Source by Jenny Jackson

The Most Fun Dog Breeds

All dogs love to play, but which dogs really LOVE to play. If you are looking for an energetic, affectionate companion there are a couple of breeds that may be more attractive than others.

The Most Playful Dog Breeds

Dogs are different, according to breed. Some are bred to be more aggressive, some are bred for herding and some are bred as companions. If you’re looking to bring a new dog into your family and want to be sure you get one that works well with the family, especially children, you should research which breeds are better for that. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the more playful dog breeds. These are also considered affectionate dogs.

The Golden Retriever is one of the popular breeds of dogs that love to play, especially if it’s a game involving you throwing something for him to “retrieve.” Speaking of retrievers, the Labrador Retriever is also a great dog who likes to play while at the same time is extremely loyal. That’s why they’re often used as guide dogs for the blind, police dogs, etc. due to their extremely gentle nature.

Lesser known, but still high on the list of playful dogs is the Japanese Chin who will play long and hard until it practically drops from exhaustion! Gentle, clean, and smart, the Japanese Chin really is a playful and charming pet.

Popular in France, Great Britain and Italy is the Bichon Frise. This cute little dog likes to interact with humans and dogs alike and quickly and easily learns tricks and enjoys performing them. The downside to this breed is that they are yappy, meaning that they bark too much.

Spaniels are gentle playful dogs and especially the Brittany spaniel likes to be active and is frequently used by hunters much like a pointer or retriever. Because they are so loyal and playful, they make a great house pet but they do need to be walked frequently to burn off extra energy. Another spaniel, the English Spaniel is like an ADHD child with tons of enthusiasm and energy. They are playful to the point of if they weren’t so small, they would probably frequently knock you over with their enthusiasm. One last spaniel choice is the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who is also small, gentle, and playful.

The Irish setter is another one of those playful breeds that is a people-pleasing kind of dog. Irish Setters rank high on the family-friendly list of dog breeds because of their friendliness. This dog is said to need a lot of exercise or else they can get frustrated and perhaps be a little difficult to live with.

Perhaps a lesser known breed of dog is the Vizsla. They dogs are easily trained, but they have so much energy that they aren’t a good breed for urban dwelling. They aren’t rambunctious like some of the other enthusiastic dogs, they’re calmer.

Originally from Cuba, the Havanese is a tiny little dog that loves to be around people. This dog is comfortable in large families with a lot of commotion around it and is friendly with just about everyone and easy to get along with. Like the Bichon Frise, though, they do tend to be barkers.

So there you have just a brief overview highlighting ten of the most playful dogs who are also appropriate for families with children. Unlike aloof cats who just want to be left alone, these breeds represent those dogs who want to be picked up, cuddled, and loved on.

Source by Tony Cooper