Flies

Flies are insects that have a wide range of habitats. They settle in warm southern climatic conditions, the middle belt and even in the North. The general name of these representatives is the insects of the suborder of short-witted round and straight Diptera. The most ancient specimen was found in China, up to 145,000,000 years […]

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How long do flies live ?

No matter how it is: a normal housefly lives for several weeks and even more. That kind of flies that flew frantically throughout the apartment and desperately beats into the glass is called a housefly (Musca domestica – lat.). It is the most common type of flies on earth, and especially this insect can be […]

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Facts about flamingos

Flamingos are found in warm, shallow, watery regions on many continents. Their extensive habitats include river estuaries and saline or alkaline lakes in Africa, Asia, North America, Central America, South America and Europe. Well-adapted birds live in hot volcanic lakes, as well as in ice lakes in the Andes mountains. Their beautiful color comes from […]

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Flamingos

Flamingos are one of the most amazing and contradictory birds. On the one hand, their body is disproportionate: a short torso, a very long neck, incredibly thin legs, a small head and a curved beak are somehow disproportionate to each other. On the other hand, such disproportionality is surprisingly harmonious and flamingos have become synonymous […]

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Flamingos – information

The nature of these birds is peaceful, they rarely engage in fights with each other. During the mating season, the flamingos arrange a collective “wedding” dance. They get lost in a large group and descend in shallow water with small steps. Nest flamingos, too, amicably at a distance of 0.5 -1 m from each other, […]

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How long do flamingos live ?

Males and females flamingo, live an average of about 30 years, the color darkens closer to old age, becoming a bright pink color and a child they have little noticeable pink color and appear white. For a bird, to live thirty years very much, compared to, for example, other birds. It is also worth recalling […]

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Facts about camels

Camels are hardy creatures, perfectly adapted to life in arid regions. Evolution was rewarded with their ability to squeeze out where most other mammals are unlikely to last longer than a few days. In addition, camels play no less important role in the history of mankind than horses, and they are able to pass where […]

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Camels

Camels with a physique look like hoofed animals, which is why they are often mistaken for cloven-hoofed animals. But in the structure of camels there are so many peculiar traits that they are singled out as a special detachment of the Muzolenogues. And it is quite reasonable, because they just do not have hoofs. Thus, […]

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Camels – information

In nature, camels have almost no enemies, since in the barren deserts in general there are no large animals. However, wolves can be dangerous to young two-humped camels, in the old days one-horned camels were threatened by Berberian lions, and two-humped camels were threatened by Transcaucasian tigers (now these predators are exterminated). Their main enemy […]

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How long do camels live ?

It is interesting that in different sources the life expectancy of a camel varies from 20 to 50 years. Some argue that individual camel individuals survived to 70 years! The period of growth in camels lasts up to 8 years. Maturity is before 20-25 years. But in the work of camels are used from 3 […]

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Millipedes

Millipedes (Myriapoda) – a superclass that combines four classes of terrestrial arthropods (symphylae, gabonopus, two-legged and paueropods, the latter are usually combined into one subclass). Typical representatives of millipedes: scolopendra Californian and scolopendra giant, drupe, flycatcher ordinary, kivsyaki. The sizes of millipedes are ranged from 1mm. Up to 30cm. These are arthropods, breathing tracheas, and […]

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How long do millipedes live ?

The millipedes live for a long time – symphiles, for example, up to 6 years. The centipedes multiply in different ways, but in general terms this way: the male lays the lumps of seminal fluid-spermatophores. The female, accidentally bumping into a spermatophore (and in some species – literally brought to him by the male “by […]

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