Wild Life contains 3 pealrtrees and 14 sub pearls
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It is a desperate time for the world's tigers. There were once a lot of these majestic creatures throughout eastern and southern Asia. Now, wild tigers live only in small areas of India , China, eastern Russia, and a few other countries.
Though the tiger is one of the most powerful mammals, it also faces the worst chances of being extinct. In fact, as many as three subspecies of tigers have become extinct in the last 30 years and there is danger of even more of the species becoming extinct. Recent estimates put the population of all tigers (including the ones in captivity) at somewhere between 5000-7500, with only about 3200 in the wild. At the beginning of the century, this number was closer to about 100,000. This shows how fast the population of tigers is diminishing, and if care is not taken, this majestic mammal will soon be extinct.
1. Tigers are solitary hunters and actively search for prey using their eyesight and hearing. They depend on concealment and a stalk and ambush approach to capture prey . a.
February 17th, 2010 at 4:38 pm - Last year, I posted about 28 Examples of Excellent Animal Photography Shots which really get tons of praise from photography community online. Today, I want to show you another animal photography by Mark Vincent Müller . “Reduce to the max” may be one of the best advertising claims ever (SMART car). It also symbolizes for me the essence of what “makes” a great image. Colour, light and composition are everywhere.
British Wild Life contains 33 sub-pearls
African Wild Life
The cheetah is the world’s fastest land animal. Over short distances, it can sprint up to 70 miles per hour. Built for speed, it has long, slim, muscular legs, a small, rounded head set on a long neck, a flexible spine, a deep chest, special pads on its feet for traction and a long tail for balance. It is also the only cat that cannot retract its claws, an adaptation to help maintain traction like a soccer player’s cleats.
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