Iguanas are native to South America and surrounding areas, and you can usually find them treetop in thick forests. The transition from a plush forest habitat to an aquarium can be rather trying, but you'll come to find that these beautiful lizards can make amazingly loyal pets with the right care.
Traveling with one's pet can be an arduous task, but often dog, cat and bird
owners just can't leave home without them. So the issue becomes
how to scout out pet-friendly accommodations in advance of travel to be
assured there will be 'room at the inn' when you
arrive. With today's technology and specific websites dedicated to pet
travel, that job has become a lot easier as a result of certain hotel
brands and even independent inns and B&Bs opening their doors to
This week an international team of researchers from several
universities published its 10-year study that determined the largest
extinct crocodiles had bite forces exceeded 23,000 pounds, a force twice
as great as the T rex. But that's not all. They also succeeded in identifying the the living crocodile with the strongest bite, registering him in the Guinness Book of World Records!
We should all take lessons from the animals around us. Here is Lilli, for example, a cow born with six legs. Humans may shudder at this, but Lilli is just fine about it. Sentenced to death just after birth, she received a stay of execution when...
They could sell their cattle and, usually, their horses. But, in times
of drought, no one in Texas or surrounding drought-ridden states wants a
donkey... unless they still have their cattle and horses. A donkey's
job is to guard the cattle and the horses.
A two-and-a-half inch wasp was recently
identified as a new species of wasp by a professor of entomology at the
University of California, Davis. Professor Lynn Kimsey, who found the scary looking wasp on the Indonesian island Sulawesi, noted that she didn't know how the males of the species could walk, as their jaws are longer than their legs!
What may be already be recognized by most dairy farmers has now been put to the scientific test by a Dutch zoologist at the University of Groningen. Studying black and white Holstein Friesian cows as they developed from calf to cow, Kees van Reenen
put together a group of traits he called 'temperament' and followed the
traits to see the effects of their impact on the animals' health. But,
it is important to note that in this study, 'health' is defined by how
much milk each cow produces.