Thursday, January 26, 2012

Strange Animal facts

A headless cockroach can survive for a couple of weeks. Its life would finally end due to starvation!
No dentist for this creature! Crocodiles, through their life grow new teeth that replace the old set!
A crocodile can never stick its tongue out of its mouth.
Gaggle is a group of geese waddling on the ground. And the same group up in the air would be renamed skein.
On an average, a hedgehog's heart beats 300 times, per minute.
A standing 4-foot child can fit into the open of a hippopotamus.
A coin is heavier than a hummingbird!
It would take just one night for a mole to dig a tunnel measuring 300 feet in length.
A chicken can fly for more than 13 seconds at a stretch.
The butterfly was originally known as the ‘flutterby’.
The donkey’s eye placement helps it see all its four feet at a time.
All the termites of the world outweigh the human beings of the world. The ratio is 10:1!
The chow is the only dog that does not have a pink tongue.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Where will grizzly bears journey?

The self-governing assessment, written by WCS Senior Conservation Scientist Dr. John Weaver, is a collection and mixture of the latest information on these species and how climate alter may affect them from 30 biologists in the region and from nearly 300 methodical papers. In addition, Weaver spent four months hiking and riding horseback through these distant roadless areas to evaluate their importance for conservation.

The Crown of the Continent is a trans-border bionetwork of dramatic landscapes, pristine water sources, and varied wildlife that stretch more than 250 miles along the Rocky Mountains from Glacier National Park-Bob Marshall Wilderness in Montana north to the Canadian Rockies. Weaver listening carefully his evaluation on public lands in the Montana portion one of the most spectacular and intact ecosystems remain in the lower 48 states. Since 1910 when Glacier National Park was established, citizens and government representatives have worked hard to keep the core wildlands and wildlife in this region.

"These prophet leaders left a great gift and remarkable legacy," said Dr. Weaver, "But new data and up-and-coming threats like climate change point to it may not have been sufficient. There is a rare chance now to total the legacy of conservation for present and prospect generations".........