Deer Control

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Deer Control-Many deer in the United States, Europe, Asia, and North Africa. Caudate white deer or Virginia deer is usually found in most parts of the United States, and in the area of Alaska to Bolivia. Deer or mule deer caudate black only limited presence in the western United States.

Wapiti or red deer can be found in southern Canada, northern United States, Europe, and Asia. Meanwhile, giant deer are found in Europe and throughout the northern United States. Most of the deer live in open land and forests with diverse tree species, although deer also live in swamps, on mountains, or in the northern tundra. There, deer can eat leaves, branches, bark, and bud-bud bushes and young trees. Deer tend to live with the family group into the hind center, while the buck usually walk alone. However stag groups sometimes also, especially during the migration process. In the other groups, such as giant deer, and Chinese water deer, they are generally a pair of life. Caribou, deer of North America, if the forest is usually migrate between groups in the number of about a thousand head or more.

Ranch deer start to appear in the 1960s, and New Zealand is a country with a lot of deer farm, with about 3,500 farms with a total of 400 thousand deer tails.

Okapia johnstoni visible again in the Virunga National Park

Some of the okapi (Okapia johnstoni) looks back at the Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo. The environmental activists from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) successful track record 17 rare animal tails that are similar to the giraffe.

Some of the okapi (Okapia johnstoni) looks back at the Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo. The environmental activists from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) successful track record 17 rare animal tails that are similar to the giraffe.

"We may be tracking well, recording his impressions, his dirt, and signs that indicate where the animals are," said Peter Stepehenson from the WWF. Animals that live in the forests of Central Africa is last seen in 1959.

"However, we only found 17 different impressions okapi. This shows there are only a few chickens in there - we can not be sure how many there are. For us, the most important evidence that they have in there," said Stephenson.

War and hunting

Life in the wild forests of the Congo civil war because it threatened. Many wild species have decreased drastically because of excessive hunting.

Okapi habitat in the eastern Congo are in the areas of conflict that lasted for many years. The environmental activists in the Congo has been trying hard to maintain forests that are the living okapi.

Okapi recovery after a general election in the country of Africa has become a positive signal. This indicates that sustainable development to protect the forest and local communities terbayarkan already.

Okapi usually grow to as long as 2.5 meters and 2 meters high. Although the lines have a black and white on the legs, such as zebra, okapi closer relationship with its giraffe.

Previously, only animals are suspected of remaining in the Okapi Wildlife Reserve in the eastern Congo. Some tails okapi also kept in a zoo.

Dinosaurs, weighing 42 tons..???

Thursday, July 2, 2009

A number of researchers from George Mason University, Virginia dispute the results of research about the size of dinosaurs is circulating in the community to this day. The researchers say, the size of dinosaurs is disclosed in the previous research is less precise.

According to Geoffrey Birchard, a researcher from George Mason University, said the size of dinosaurs likely 50 percent smaller than the researchers had been presented previously.

"We still believe, if the animal is a giant dinosaurs, and we do not deny it, but to our estimate of the size of its weight is only half of that be," said Birchard.

Birchard cite, types of dinosaurs Apatosaurus louisae, which is the largest dinosaurs, is estimated to have 42 tons of weight. "Based on the latest research we may be weighed only 20 tons," he said.

Other types disclosed that George Mason University team, among others, Giraffatitan brancai (Brachiosaurus), previously considered to have weight 35 tons 18 tons only, whereas the previous Lourinhasaurus alenquerensis have 32 tons estimated weight only 17 tons.

Who led the research team believes Birchard, a component of the calculation is wrong on the previous research, because the researchers use the approach that there are animals such as elephants, to predict heavy dinosaurs.

Currently, researchers using the models that have statisk new level of accuracy is very high. Weight loss research using data that dinosaurs bones from dinosaurs bones.

Camel cloning results

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Although still a subject of debate among religious experts, some researchers are still developing cloning technology.

Recently, researchers from the Camel Reproduction Center (CRC), United Arab Emirates (UAE) announced an success camel for the first time in the world.

"This is the result of the camel cloning the first in the world," says CRC researcher Dr Nisar wani written as Times of India.

Female camel that has Injaz was' born 'on 8 April after researchers develop cloning technology for 5 years.

Injaz is the highest achievement in our research program, and this shows in the future if there will be a camel with the quality of milk productivity is very high,? a word other CRC researchers, Lulu Skidmore.

Previously, the world was introduced with the cloning of sheep, Dolly is' born 'in 1996 and survive for six years.

Adonis Blue (Butterfly)

One butterfly is rare in the UK appeared again after nearly 40 years had never seen again. Butterfly Adonis Blue (Polyommatus bellargus) that only live in some place in the area of southern England have been included in the species to get the biggest priority attention.

The amount of the natural decrease during the last 50 years because their habitat in the form of pasture in the land of the broken limestone ber. However, the population increases seen again since the National Trust campaign to restore the habitat in Costwolds, Gloucestershire successful.

Adonis Blue usually live in the fields of short grass and rarely crawl up to the wide area. When infecting disease Myxomatosis in 1950s, so much so that the dead grass grow too high and butterfly habitat is not stable.

To restore the habitat character Adonis Blue, the lovers of the environment around the release of cattle pasture. So far, a large number of butterfly species of this type of habitat to come back in the region between Rodborough and Minchinhampton.

"Butterfly does not need to worry in a more. We estimate the Adonis Blue benefit with winter not too cold and summer heat and the more it will spawn between August and September this," said Matthew Oakes, butterfly expert and adviser National Trust.

"This is one of the swing that we like and we are very pleased to see it can go back to Costwolds," he said.

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