Individuals who want to enjoy a more out of the ordinary aquarium pet than goldfish may want to consider keeping seahorses as pets. Seahorses are actually classified as marine fish and buying and selling them is regulated by international law. It's a good idea to do some investigating first to find a reputable source of … Read more
Keeping a dog in your handbag is pretty cruel, and can be stressful for all parties.
The side-effects of doing so are as follows:
- Your handbag won't live as long. With all that extra weight, and all those little claws, you'll wear it out far more quickly than you usually … Read more
Baboons are diurnal, meaning they are awake during the day and sleep overnight — just like humans.
However, they don't tend to stay up late browsing the internet, so they probably go to bed earlier than we do, and rise when it starts to gets light.
When it starts to … Read more
No, you are not turning into an imaginary creature!
Black panthers (melanistic leopards) certainly exist, and they had an example in London zoo for some years. The reason for the melanism is not really known, and of course they stand out sufficiently well in the wild to be at a bit of a disadvantage when hunting - compared to a "normal" leopard.
Closer examination** … Read more
The entire Cnidaria (the 'c' is silent) which contains over 10,000 species is your answer.
They are aquatic creatures that use "cnidocytes" - special cells on their tentacles to capture and consume prey.
An Olinguito is the latest species to be discovered y scientists. It's being described as a cross between a "teddy bear and a cat" - which means it should make for some hilarious olinguito memes!
However, although the idea of discovering the first new carnivore species in 35 years may sound … Read more
The plural for deer is still deer. However, that is not the case with Doe. The plural for "Doe" is "Does".
Because hanging upside down allows them to roost in places where predators like birds of prey wouldn't be able to find them - dark nooks and crevices. There's also less competition for these kind of spaces, because no birds can perch upside down.
There are also more "osbtacles" and "sounds" on the ground, which would interfere … Read more
I'm sorry to say this, but they MIGHT be tumors. Some, not all tumors are cancerous. They may be something you want to get checked by a vet. It could just be as simple as a non cancerous cyst.
Foxes actually make a plethora of noises. Just think about how a cat is capable of making all sorts of noises - not just simply "miaow".
Overall though, I'd describe fox noises as high-pitched croaks and yelps.
Don't believe me? Watch this video evidence:
That is the Ostrich. Native to Africa, but farmed all over the world.
Have you checked out a rescue Maltese in your area? Your local shelter would be able to guide you on how to go about it. Check our Petfinder.com or search the net, you will get loads of information. I just rescued a Maltese in my area. There are plenty all over the world that need … Read more
Has anything in her cage changed recently? Sounds like a panic attack, if something new is bothering her, she may be freaking out. If not, do you take her out a lot? She could be stressed from lack of enrichment and stimulation in her life.