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Tsetse fly

  Tsetse fly most dangerous insect in the world

 It is the most dangerous insect in the world and carries the deadly trypanosomiasis, which causes a deadly disease for livestock and also causes a serious disease to humans.


most dangerous insect in the world


  It is a small fly of insects ranging from 8 to 17 mm, or the same size as the average house fly, is often considered one of the most dangerous flies in the world, as the color of this fly varies from yellow brown to dark brown, and the age of this species varies Of the flies depending on the sex, the male tsetse fly live from two to three weeks, while the female live from one to four months.

 A female tsetse fly produces one larvae every nine or ten days throughout her life.The lifestyle of this fly varies depending on many different factors; such as temperature, some species of these flies are active in the morning, while others are active in the middle of the day, but Its activity drops dramatically shortly after sunset.

 They are commonly found in sub-Saharan countries, particularly those in the center of the continent including Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Angola. While flies themselves are ugly insects that suck blood, they are usually fed during warm peak hours. Its real danger lies in the tsetse fly in its parasitic tendon parasites known as trypanosomiasis, the causative agent of African sleeping sickness, a disease characterized by neurological symptoms, meningitis and encephalitis, including behavioral changes, poor coordination, as well as disturbance in sleep cycles the name of the disease. 

While there are no vaccines or drugs available to prevent infection, protection methods include wearing clothes of neutral colors, where the tsetse fly is attracted to bright and dark colors, especially blue, avoiding forests and bush during the day, and the use of permethrin - an insecticide used to treat infections Different - when in remote areas. But be careful, it is a disease that can cause death if left untreated.

 Sleeping sickness
When the fly bites the skin it swells and becomes a painful and red knot. Swollen lymph nodes are accompanied by the entire body. The person feels fever, profuse sweat and headaches. And increased tension and anxiety and insomnia at night. He tends to sleep and sleepy. The patient then becomes delirious and weak and enters, if not treated in a timely manner, into a coma followed by death if untreated. According to the World Health Organization.

 Survivor disease
Nagana is a disease caused by tsetse flies for animals and livestock.It is an infectious disease that often results in animal death.As a result of this disease, animals are severely anemic and have a general weakness in the animal's body.It also reduces animal fertility and reduces milk production.

Numerous studies have been carried out on the Tsetse fly and its role in transmitting the disease, and have found that it produces about 4 generations each year, reaching 31 total generation over its entire lifetime.

 There are 23 species of tsetse fly, and diseases transmitted by the tsetse fly kill between 250,000 and 300,000 people each year.

guppy are almost 300 unique kinds

        The guppy are almost 300 unique kinds


The guppy are almost 300 unique kinds


The guppy (otherwise called the millionfish) is a little bright types of freshwater tropical fish that is found normally in the waterways and pools of South America. There are almost 300 unique kinds of guppy spread all through Barbados, Brazil, Guyana, Netherlands Antilles, Trinidad and Tobago, and Venezuela. 


The guppy is one of the most prevalent kinds of aquarium tropical fish on the planet as they are little, beautiful and simpler to keep than numerous different types of fish. The guppy for the most part lives from 3 to 5 years of age in imprisonment and marginally less in nature. 

The guppy has been acquainted with most different nations chiefly as a strategy for mosquito aversion as the guppy eats the mosquito hatchling before they can fly, in this manner hindering the spread of jungle fever. 

The guppy is an incredibly beautiful fish and frequently shows expand designs on its tail balance. The female guppy and the male guppy can be recognized effectively as the female guppy has a little, designed tail where the tail of the male guppy is any longer and by and large has less markings. The female guppy additionally will in general be bigger in size than the male guppy. 

The guppy brings forth live youthful, implying that the eggs are first brooded inside the female guppy and incubate there as well. The brooding time of the guppy is about a month after which the female guppy can bring forth up to 100 infant guppies, which are called fry. When they are conceived, the guppy fry can eat and swim around unreservedly. The guppy fry are additionally ready to detect and stay away from threat which is significant when around more established guppies as they regularly eat the fry. The guppy fry have developed in grown-up guppies inside two or three months. 

Subsequent to mating only once with a male guppy, the female guppy can conceive an offspring various occasions. The female guppy stores the sperm of the male guppy inside her and only hours subsequent to bringing forth her fry, the female guppy is prepared to wind up pregnant again and will do as such utilizing the put away sperm (consequently why the guppy is regularly called the millionfish). 

The guppy is an omnivorous creature and eats a wide scope of natural issue that is accessible in the water. The guppy principally benefits from green growth and salt water shrimp, and regularly eat particles of nourishment from the water that have been left by a bigger fish. 

The guppy has numerous common predators in the wild (and in tanks) for the most part because of their little size and their detailed blades regularly draw in undesirable consideration. Feathered creatures, for example, kingfishers and bigger fish are the essential predators of the guppy, so normally, guppies that are kept in a tank ought to be kept with other little fish to keep them from being eaten.

Chicken

Chicken


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Chicken is one of the most famous birds that humans have been breeding for a long time. It is a major source of both meat and eggs, which are necessary to extend the body with the necessary energy.

The chicken is spread in most parts of the world in large numbers to meet the needs of individuals of meat and eggs, and like the other organisms to die after the end of life, and in the case of any disease is spent immediately, and we will identify in this simple article together on different types of chickens and age Default and other things.

the hyena

Hyena

the Hyena,are hyenas top predators

What are hyenas?
 The hyena (spelled "hyaena" in certain pieces of the world) is Africa's most normal enormous meat eater. There are three hyena species — spotted, darker, and striped. Spotted hyenas are the biggest of the three. They are genuinely enormous in assemble and have moderately short middles with lower rump, and inclining backs. They have magnificent evening vision and hearing.

Behavior & Diet
Hyenas are not picky eaters.
 These carnivores are one of Africa’s top predators; however, there is a common misconception that they are primarily scavengers. On the contrary, about 70 percent of their diet is composed of direct kills. They devour creatures of different sorts and sizes, carcass, bones, vegetable issue, and other creature droppings. Their jaws are among the strongest in relation to the size of any other mammal. Their jaws and digestive tract allow them to process and obtain nutrients from skin and bones. The main pieces of prey not completely processed are hair, horns, and hooves — these are regurgitated in the form of pellets. The high mineral content of the bones makes their droppings a highly visible, chalky white. According to campers, these animals have even been known to consume aluminum pots and pans.

Characteristics of bodily hyena
 He has four toes in his feet, his head is big, his neck is heavy, his back is convex, his eyes are perverted, and he has a frightening luster, and his ears are crossed over the base, It is shaped on the sides and covered by light hair. It is covered with long dark coarse hair, characterized by its thick, strong fangs and forebears; it can crush food, as well as large salivary glands, horny bumps on the tongue and aria, and glands on the anal area.

They have a great sense of humor. 
 Hyenas make a variety of vocalizations, including wailing calls, howling screams, and the well-known “laughter,” which can be heard up to five kilometers away (three miles) and is used to alert other clan members of a food source.

Hyena cubs stick close to their mothers.
 They usually bear litters of two to four cubs. The main pieces of prey not completely processed are hair, but they are suckled for as long as 12 to 18 months — an unusually long time for carnivores. This is presumably a need, as most executes are made a long way from the sanctum, and hyenas, and hyenas, unlike jackals and hunting dogs, do not bring back food and regurgitate it for their young. At around one year, whelps start to pursue their moms on their chasing and rummaging attacks. Up to that point, they are deserted at the sanctum with a keeping an eye on.
They are very territorial.

 Spotted hyenas are sorted out into regional factions of related people.The focal point of faction movement is, where the fledglings are raised, and people meet.They imprint and watch their regions by storing a solid smelling substance delivered by the butt-centric organs on stalks of grass along the limits.

A family with three eagles folks raising along offspring is discovered since 2017

A family with three eagles folks raising along offspring is discovered since 2017

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A nest of bald eagles consisting of 3 chicks, a mother and 2 fathers was noticed 2 years agone within the u.  s. and has since been discovered. The riotous history of this family captivates many of us.

In a life preserve within the state of Illinois, a family of bald eagles, with 2 fathers and a mother, was detected in 2017. A digital camera was placed close to their nest to permit the general public to watch them from the web.

But this can be not the primary documented parental trio. In fact, 3 alternative identical families had been listed within the past: in Last Frontier in 1977, in Minnesota in 1983, and in Golden State in 1992. All were composed of 2 fathers and one mother. however in these 3 previous cases, the second father had no role in copy and served solely as "nanny", whereas in Illinois, the 2 couple with the mother.

The two males, named valiancy I and valiancy II, had a primary partner before the arrival of Richard Starkey, this mother. this modification was caused by a wierd event 2 years agone.

According to the national company artist, it all started with the instauration of the nest by valiancy I and Hope, the primary feminine. The environmental organization has delineate valiancy I as associate irresponsible  father for his brooding and searching roles to bring food to chicks.

"Normally, they modified roles, however what happened was that Hope stayed on the nest for a awfully while," says Pam Steinhaus, the shelter's visitant Services Manager. "He ne'er brought food, therefore she had to induce up and go searching." whereas she was doing of these tasks in her place, valiancy i used to be lazing within the nest every time, then rose and flew away, nobody is aware of wherever ... till the arrival of valiancy II.

"I assume Hope failed to care what he did, therefore he was replaced," says Steinhaus.

The arrival of a brand new father doesn't appear to possess left valiancy I indifferent. Indeed, the latter began to contribute from this moment to the upkeep of the nest, while not showing signs of aggression towards valiancy II.

On an equivalent subject: associate air battle opposes a Haliaeetus leucocephalus and a fox

However, this happy state of affairs was noncontinuous by associate attack of 2 eagles intrusive on the nest in March 2017. Their fight with Hope lasted over associate hour with within the finish the sharp and strange disappearance of the latter, that left no trace of 'she. The shelter officers had started analysis, while not success. They assume that she has lost combat wounds.

Bees

Bees


Bee

bees A group of insects with membrane wings characterized by their absolute association with flowers and sources of sugary and protein fluids. Some live in solitary dwellings in underground mud or in pits made out of worn wood, broken walls or soft rocks. Others live in congenital groups whose members share work and build their discarded leaves in nature or in cavities in rocks and trees. Apis dorsata or large bees. These species of bees have been humanized so that they can get the contents of their tablets from honey and make them suitable boxes to make them close to their place of residence.

Flamingo bird is found in the southern United States

Flamingo bird is found in the southern United States


a bird flamingo


This is news that will cheer PETA: a flamingo who escaped from a zoo in the United States found refuge more than a thousand kilometers, 13 years later. And for an animal deported to another continent, we can say that he is doing well!
The story begins in 2003. 40 flamingos from Tanzania are sent to the Sedgwick County Zoo in Wichita, a city in the state of Kansas, for an exhibition on Africa.
Generally, some of their wings are amputated to prevent them from flying. But it is better to do it when they are still babies, the bones of their wings are not yet fully formed, they do not have all the sensations yet.
Since all the exported flamingos were already adults, zoo officials had decided not to perform amputation so that it would not be painful for them.
They used another way to reduce the feather size of their wings by cutting them slightly, which is enough to keep them on the ground. But this operation must be repeated annually, as flamingos, like most birds, moult at least once a year to replace all their used feathers.
However, in June 2005, the guards had not paid attention to two flamingos and their new feathers that had fully repelled, and who took the opportunity to fly and escape.
The two fugitives, tagged at the zoo with the numbers 347 and 492, stayed a few days in the region (despite several attempts to recapture them in vain), until the day when a big storm finally convince them to go elsewhere and to steal each of their own wings. And what day did it take place? July 4th, independence day in the United States! Simple coincidence?
Escaped zoo flamingo

Escaped zoo flamingo, on the lam since 2005, spotted near Lavaca Bay by our Coastal crew.
The African Flamingo made its break from a Kansas zoo after keepers failed to clip its wings, and has been spotted in several states since.
This is news that will cheer PETA: a flamingo who escaped from a zoo in the United States found refuge more than a thousand kilometers, 13 years later. And for an animal deported to another continent, we can say that he is doing well!
The story begins in 2003. 40 flamingos from Tanzania are sent to the Sedgwick County Zoo in Wichita, a city in the state of Kansas, for an exhibition on Africa.
Generally, some of their wings are amputated to prevent them from flying. But it is better to do it when they are still babies, the bones of their wings are not yet fully formed, they do not have all the sensations yet.
Since all the exported flamingos were already adults, zoo officials had decided not to perform amputation so that it would not be painful for them.
They used another way to reduce the feather size of their wings by cutting them slightly, which is enough to keep them on the ground. But this operation must be repeated annually, as flamingos, like most birds, moult at least once a year to replace all their used feathers.
However, in June 2005, the guards had not paid attention to two flamingos and their new feathers that had fully repelled, and who took the opportunity to fly and escape.
The two fugitives, tagged at the zoo with the numbers 347 and 492, stayed a few days in the region (despite several attempts to recapture them in vain), until the day when a big storm finally convince them to go elsewhere and to steal each of their own wings. And what day did it take place? July 4th, independence day in the United States! Simple coincidence?
He had even found a companion: a flamingo of the Caribbean, who has certainly also moved into the country because of a storm. Friends or couple, no one knows, because the sex of No. 492 was not established during his captivity. Since they appeared to be the same size, they are likely to be of the same sex.
They had been seen together in 2006 and 2013, but when No. 492 was spotted in Texas, he was alone. Arengo explains that his companion is not necessarily dead. They may have quite naturally separated, and they might even find themselves in the future again.
Flamingos live on average 40 years. It is estimated that No. 492 is about 20 years old. He still has good days ahead of him to enjoy the freedom he has achieved, with great luck!